Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici, or, The divine right of church-government

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Naphtali Press , Dallas, TX
Presbyterianism -- Early works to 1800., Presbyterian Church -- Government -- Early works to
Other titlesJus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici, Divine right of church-government
Statementoriginally asserted by the ministers of Sion College, London, December 1646.
Series17th century Presbyterians
ContributionsHall, David W., 1955-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9175.2 .J87 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationlii, 282 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL409586M
ISBN 100941075214, 0941075222
LC Control Number98111009
OCLC/WorldCa33385605

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Edited by David W. Hall. Case bound. Introductory matter, 52pp, pp. New Edition. Historical Introduction; Subject & Bibliographical Index; $ Paperback Edition, $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The text of this edition was taken from Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici, or, The divine right of church-government, asserted and evidenced by the Holy Scriptures, etc.

(London: Printed by J.Y. for Joseph Hunscot and George Calvert, and are to be sold at the Stationers Hall, ). Part One of Jus Divinum establishes the nature of a divine right, and the different ways things may be accounted as having a divine right according to the Scriptures.

Part Two takes up what form of church government is established by Scripture to be of divine right. Or book espouses jus divinum Presbyterianism.

The Southern Presbyterian Thomas Brand: Colwell, Chris. Excerpt from Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici, or the Divine Right of Church-Government, Asserted and Evidenced by the Holy Scriptures: According to the Light Whereof (Besides Many Particulars Mentioned After the Preface), 1.

The Nature of a Divine Right Is Delineated, 2. The Church-Government Which Is of Divine Right Is Described, EtcFormat: Paperback. Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici, or, The divine right of church government asserted and evidenced by the Holy Scriptures by William Aspinwell,Printed by J.Y.

for Joseph Hunscot & George Calvert edition, in English - 2d : The Divine Right of Church Government (Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici), Wherein it is Proved that the Presbyterian Government, By Preaching and Ruling Elders, in Sessional, Presbyterial, and Synodical Assemblies, May Lay the Only Lawful Claim to a Divine Right, According to the Holy Scriptures, c.ed.

It can be seen here that it was the strong conviction of the majority of English divines at Westminster that Presbyterianism is the only form of church government that is instituted by God in His Word. In The Divine Right of the Gospel Ministry these same authors, later, give us a glimpse of their jus divinum Presbyterianism.

Get this from a library. Jus divinum. The Westminster Assembly and the divine right of church government. Why the Assembly did not complete its answers: some historical sidelights ; Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici ; An ambiguous end.

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[By] The Ministers of Sion College London, Revised and Edited by David W. Hall,Naphtali Press, P. BoxDallas TX Reviewed by Rev. Ralph A. Pontier, pastor of the Redeemer Alliance Reformed Church in Orange City, Iowa. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Full text of "Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici, or, The divine right of church government asserted and evidenced by the Holy Scriptures : in all Which it is apparent that the presbyteriall government by preaching and ruling presbyters, in congregational, classicall and synodall assemblies may lay the truest claim to a divine right, according to the scriptures;".

Different book. I understand the confusion. The one you are thinking of is Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici by the London Provincial Assembly. This is John R. de Witt's doctoral thesis on the Assembly and it's debate over a.

NP just did Divine Right of Church Government. David Hall and I have talked about doing Divine Right of the Gospel Ministry over the years as a companion volume, but it would be a lot of work and I cannot afford another project where I wasn't supposed to be editing or even co-editing.

David had based his text on a first edition he had bought. Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici The Divine Right of Church Government Chapter 10 That the community of the faithful, or body of the people, are not the immediate subject of the power of Church government.

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Thus we see, that Jesus Christ our Mediator did not commit any proper formal ecclesiastical power for church government to the. Click to read more about Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici: The Divine Right of Church Government by London Ministers of Sion College. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers5/5.

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Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici CHAPTER IV. Of a Divine Right by obligatory Scripture Examples. By obligatory scripture examples (which God’s people are bound to follow and imitate) matters of religion become of divine right, and by the will and appointment of Jesus Christ, by whose Spirit those examples were recorded in Scripture, and.

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David Hall, editor. Dallas: Naphtali Press, + lii. $ limited hardback edition; $ student edition. Pre-order this important book on presbyterian church government: Puritan and Reformed books at discounted prices. Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici: The Divine Right of Church Government (Coldwell) Puritan and Reformed books at discounted prices/5(6).

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Aa2, pp. 5–6, 9–Author: Christopher Haigh. divine right. of church government was raised by Parliament. However, the Parliament had other matters before it that were considered more urgent and tabled the Assembly's report; but the differences between the Assembly and the Parliament on the question of church government and.

Jus Divinum. continued to fester. At the end of this controversy, a book was published called Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici or, The Divine Right of Church Government Asserted and Evidenced by the Holy Scriptures. By sundry Ministers of Christ within the City of London.”. The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication, by Samuel Rutherford, is over pages in length.

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Those may be available second hand, or in facsimile form. Also, Naphtali Press has published in book form the London Ministers’ Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici: Or The Divine Right of Church Government (), edited by David Hall.

Hall’s introduction to the work is very good, and having such a work in printed form is a blessing. Henry mentioned Jus Divinum which refers to Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici, or The Divine Right of Church Government, by sundry Ministers of London,which was reprinted by Naphtali Press and edited by David Hall, but unfortunately, it is out of print, so maybe a used copy could be purchased if one is desired.

The book sets forth the. Excerpt from Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici; or, The Divine Right of Church Government. Various Ministers in London. London, Pp. ————— III. That the edification of the Church of Christ is that eminent Scope and End why Christ gave Church-government and all other Ordinances of the New Testament to his Church.

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America: Secular or Christian? Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici or The Divine Right of Church Government, originally asserted by the Ministers of Sion College, London () Nor is this only our private judgment, or the opinion of some few particular persons touching the granting or bounding of the magistrate's.

Samuel Hudson, in his book entitled A Vindication of the Essence and Unity of the Church-Catholick Visible (), cites approvingly the London Ministers who authored Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici (The Divine Right of Church Government), a famous work defending presbyterian church government, on the difference between presbyterianism and Author: Mark Hausam.