Divine physick for devout souls: or, Four serious vvords to the most grave and solid christians that scruple at The book of common prayer. Viz. I. To serve God by a liturgie, is part of the publick worship of God. II. The forms of the generall part of the Liturgie, used in the Church of England, compared with such formes as we finde in Scripture. III. An help to scrupulous consciences touching some things most excepted against in the other parts of the rubrick appointed to be used on particular occasions. IIII. Wee ought not to refuse the rubrick or common-prayer because it is imposed by authority from men, but therefore to use it. By a moderate son of the church.
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