The faith, doctrine, and religion, professed and protected in the realm of England and dominions of the same; expressed in thirty nine articles. Concordably agreed upon by the reverend bishops and clergy of this kingdom, at two several meetings, or convocations of theirs, in the years of our Lord, 1562, and 1604. The said articles analysed into propositions, and the propositions proved to be agreeable both to the written Word of God, and to the extant confessions of all the neighbor churches Christianly reformed. The adversaries also of note, ... Perused, and by the lawfull authority of the Church of England allowed to be publick.
|Main Author:||Rogers, Thomas, d. 1616.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
printed by John Streater, and are to be sold by George Sawbridge living on Clerken-well Green,
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