Catholick communion defended against both extreams: and unnecessary division confuted, by reasons against both the active and passive ways of separation occasioned by the racks and reproaches of one sort, and the impatience and censoriousness of the other; and the erroneous, tho confident writings of both. And written in compassion of a distracted, self-tearing people, tho with little hope of any great success. In three parts: I. A survey of the unreasonable defender of Dr. Stillingfleet, for separation, pretending to oppose it. II. Reasons of the authors censured communion with the parish-churches. III. The reasons why Dr. J.O's. twelve arguments change not his judgment. By Richard Baxter, a lover of love and peace; and by defending them, displeasing those that labour to destroy them.
printed for Tho. Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, near Mercers-Chappel,
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