Of scandal together with a consideration of the nature of Christian liberty and things indifferent. Wherein these weighty questions are fully discussed: 1. Whether things indifferent become necessary, when commanded by authority? Neg. 2. Whether scandalous things, being enjoyned, may lawfully be done? Neg. 3. Whether a restraint laid upon things indifferent, without a reasonable ground, be not an infringement of Christian liberty? Aff. 4. Who is to be judg [sic], whether there be a reasonable ground or no, in such cases? 5. How far forth we are bound in conscience to obey humane laws.
printed for Benj. Alsop, at the Angel and Bible in the Poultrey over against the Church,
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