The works of the Right rev. John Sage, a bishop of the church in Scotland; with memoir and notes, 3 vols., Spottiswoode Society, 2 1844-6 1. [The fundamental charter of presbytery. From thw first edition, London 1695. 6 The Works of the Right Rev. John Sage, A Bishop of the Church in Scotland; Together with Memoir and Notes. In Three Volumes. Volume 21846 I. The Principles of the Cyprianic Age, with regard to Episcopal Power and Jurisdiction, Asserted and Recommended from the Genuine Writings of St. Cyprian himself, and his Contemporaries, by which it is made Evident that the Vindicator of the Kirk.
The Works of the Right REV. John Sage, a Bishop of the Church in Scotland This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. The Principles of the Cyprianic age with regard to episcopal power and jurisdiction. Asserted and recommended from the genuine writings of St. Cyprian himself and his contemporaries: by which it is made evident that the vindicator of the Kirk of Scotland is obligated by his own concession to acknowledge that he and his associates are schismaticks. SAGE, the Right Reverend JOHN, was born in 1652, in the parish of Creich, in the north-east part of the county of Fife, where his ancestors had lived with much respect, but little property, for seven generations; his father was a captain in lord Duffus’s regiment, which was engaged in the defence of Dundee, when it was stormed and taken by the partilamentary general, Monk, on the 30 th.
Mar 01, 2009 · Acknowledging the considerable degree of identity which developed between Episcopalianism and the Jacobite movement in Scotland, this study investigates the character of Episcopalian thought at the end of the seventeenth and in the first decade of the eighteenth century, making particular use of the writings of Bishop John Sage 1652–1711 and Principal Alexander Monro. Sage, John 1652–1711. An account of the late establishment of presbyterian government by the Parliament of Scotland anno 1690. 1693. ——The principles of the Cyprianic age, with regard to episcopal power and jurisdiction, asserted. 1695. [John Sage], A Vindication of a Discourse Entitled The Principles of the Cyprianic age, with Regard to Episcopal Power and Jurisdiction London, 1701, 535. 40 [Alexander Cunningham], An Essay Concerning Church Government, Out of the Excellent Writings of.
The Case of the Present Afflicted Clergy in Scotland, by John Sage 1690 Prayers for the Use of All Persons who Come to the Baths for Cure, by Thomas Ken 1692 The principles of the Cyprianic age with regard to episcopal power and jurisdiction. Asserted and recommended from the genuine writings of St. Cyprian himself and his contemporaries. 80 Sage, Works, i, 336. 81 Allan, Philosophy and Politics, 12 and 121. 82 Ian D.L. Clark, ''From protest to reaction: The Moderate regime in the Church of Scotland, 1752–1805,'' in Scotland in.
However, works of his friend and disciple, Bishop John Sage, who, as a Scottish Episcopalian, had a vocation to serve in this struggle, display the original utility of the notion of the Cyprianic age. 39 The concept emerged partly by chance and, moreover, was held rather lightly, in that it was never meant to deny either medieval or post. John Sage. The works of the Right Rev. John Sage, a bishop of the Church of Scotland - with memoir and notes. Shelf number H.eccl. 1004 g-2, Edinborough 1844. John Wilkins. The Mathematical and Philosophical Works Of the Right Reverend John Wilkins, Late Lord Bishop of Chester - Containing, I. The Discovery of a New World.
The principles of the Cyprianic age with regard to episcopal power and jurisdiction asserted and recommended from the genuine writings of. stands justified by the principles of the Church of Scotland from the Reformation to this day, especially by the Westminster Confession of faith, and Solemn league and covenant. Works of the Rev. John. May 23, 2019 · See Hooker, op. cit., Book VII, chapters four to fourteen as well as William Sclater IV, An Original Draught of the Primitive Church, London, Geo. Strahan, 1717, and Bishop John Sage, The Principles of the Cyprianic Age, London, Walter Kettilby, 1695 for the case from Scripture and early Christian literature that no form of church government. The works of the Right Rev. John Sage, a bishop of the church in Scotland; with memoir and notes Volume 1 A vindication of a discourse entituled The principles of the Cyprianic age: with regard to episcopal power and jurisdiction: being a reply to Gilbert Rule's Cyprianic bishop examin'd and found not to be a diocesan. 167 ‘Memoir of the Life and Times of bishop Sage’, in, Sage, Principles of the Cyprianic Age, Spottiswoode Society, 1819, p. xxx.; [Sage], An Account of the Persecution, p. 24. 168 [Sage] Case of the Present Afflicted Clergy, ‘Third Collection of Papers, containing the sufferings of those Ministers who complied’, pp. 62-75.
The works of the Rev. John Maclaurin / Edinburgh: J. Maclaren, 1860, by John Maclaurin, John Gillies, and W. H. Goold page images at HathiTrust The history of the Church of Scotland: from the Reformation to the present time / London: Printed for Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1848, by Thomas Stephen page images at HathiTrust. 1736, The Rev. John Berney, A. M. the present rector, was instituted at the presentation of the master and fellows. He is now D. D. Archdeacon of Norwich, chaplain to the Bishop, rector of the two consolidated rectories of the Saxlinghams in Norfolk, and of. Daniel Chamier. Journal de son voyage à la còur de Henri IV en 1607 et sa biographie - Par Charles Read. Pag. 75 - 199. Daniel Chamier's icon. By John Quick. Angl. et Gall.. A memoir of the Right Rev. David Low, D.D., Ll.D.: formerly Bishop of the United Diocese of Ross, Moray, and Argyle: comprising sketches of the principal events connected with the Scottish Episcopal Church during the last seventy years / London: Rivingtons, 1855,.
Alexander Henderson c. 1583 – 19 August 1646 was a Scottish theologian, and an important ecclesiastical statesman of his period. He is considered the second founder of the Reformed Church in Scotland. He was one of the most eminent ministers of the Church of Scotland in the most important period of her history, namely, previous to the middle of the seventeenth century. / By John Saltmarsh, preacher of the gospel. London,: Printed for G. Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle at the West-end of Pauls., 1646, by John Saltmarsh HTML at EEBO TCP A solemn discourse upon the grand covenant, opening the divinity and policy of it: by John Saltmarsh, Master of Arts, and not long since, pastour of Heslerton in Yorkshire.
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