Wise, Thomas. : The unbloody sacrifice, and altar, unvail'd and supported. : In which the nature of the Eucharist is explain'd according to the Sentiments of the Christian Church in the four first Centuries. Proving, That the Eucharist is a proper Material Sacrifice, That it is both Eucharistick, and Propitiatory, That it is to be offer'd by proper Officers, That the Oblation is to be made on a proper Altar, That it is properly consum'd by Manducation. To which is Added, A Proof, that what our Saviour speaks concerning Eating his Flesh, and Drinking his Blood, in the vith Chapter of St. John's Gospel, is principally meant of the Eucharist. With a Presatory Epistle to the Lord Bishop of Norwich. Animadversions on the Reverend Dr. Wise's Book, which he calls The Christian Eucharist rightly Stated: And some Reflections on a stitch'd Book, Entituled, An Answer to the Exceptions made against the Lord Bishop of Oxford's Charge. By John Johnson, M. A. Proctor for the Clergy of the Diocese of Canterbury.
Christian evidences -- See Apologetics --subdivision Apologetic works under individual denominations, e.g. Catholic Church--Apologetic works
Watson, Samuel, approximately 1618-1708. -- Early works to 1800. : A short account of the convincement, gospel-labours, sufferings and service of. that Ancient and Faithful Servant and Minister of the Lord Jesus Christ, Samuel Watson. : Being a collection of his works, with Christian Exhortation upon several Subjects, and given forth on Sundry Occasions.
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. : A brief reply to two papers given into the House of Lords since my book was given in : the one call'd The Christian faith, &c. signed by G. Whitehead and 17 more, the other stil'd The Ancient testimony, &c. not signed at all : in the first to the Lords the Quakers declare. That they believe in and confess to Jesus Christ ...
Christian family -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Directions to all masters and mistresses of families : and to their sons and daughters, in several chapters, containing their duties in their various stations of life, from the King to the lowest Subject. By a country curate, formerly domestic Chaplain to a Nobleman.
Christian fiction -- See also the narrower term Catholic fiction --subdivision Catholic authors under headings for fiction in particular languages or from particular places, e.g. English fiction--Catholic authors
Christian fiction -- Early works to 1800. : Social bliss considered : in marriage and divorce; cohabiting unmarried, and public whoring. Containing Things necessary to be known by all that seek mutual Felicity, and are ripe for the Enjoyment of it. With the speech of Miss Polly Baker; and notes thereon. By Gideon Archer.