Reformation -- England -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : A late dialogue betwixt a civilian and a divine, concerning the present condition of the Church of England. In which, among other particulars, these following are especially spoken of. 1 The sinne and danger of delaying reformation. 2 That there is a certain form of church-government jure divino. 3 That there was an ecclesiasticall excommunication among the Jews. 4 That excommunication is an ordinance in the New Testament. 5 Concerning the toleration of all sects and heresies. 6 Some answer to a late book come from Oxford. Published by authority.
Reformation -- England -- 17th century -- Sermons. : Right reformation: or, The reformation of the church of the New Testament represented in gospel-light. : In a sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons, on Wednesday, November 25. 1646. Together with a reply to the chief contradictions of Master Love's sermon, preached on the same day. Published according to order, for the good of the faithfull, at their desire. / By William Dell, minister of the Gospel, attending on his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax.
Reformation -- England -- Anecdotes. : A demonstration of the uninterrupted succession and holy consecration of the first English bishops. [electronic resource] : Being an extract from Mr. Ward's second canto of his England's reformation. : With an introduction, notes, and an appendix, containing the solemn funeral song of the native Irish. Very useful for all Christians.
Reformation -- England -- Catholic authors. : England's Reformation : from the time of King Henry the Eighth, to the end of Oate's plot. A poem in four cantos. By Thomas Ward. With Marginal Notes to justify the Facts related: As also the Author's Life, with several Alterations and Additions faithfully extracted from the Author's Manuscript, hitherto not extant in any of the three Editions of this Work already printed.
Reformation -- England -- Controversial literature. : God's call to England, for thankfulness after gracious deliverances : wherein is shewed, that our deliverances, not answered with reformation, will be followed with sorest destruction / by Thomas Gouge.
Reformation -- England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : Antisanderus : duos continens dialogos non ita pridem inter viros quosdam doctos venetijs habitos: in quibus variæ Nicholaj Sanderi, alioruḿque Romanemsium calumniæ in haec Anglorum ab excusso pontifice tempora vaferrimè confictae, licèt obitèr [et] fortuitò, verè tamen candidé̀que refelluntur.
Reformation -- England -- Early works to 1800 -- Sources. : Seasonable and sober advice to the respective counties and corporations in whose good or bad choice of members to serve in this next ensuing Parliament : (in this present juncture of time) consisteth the probable weale or woe of these three nations, and the safety or hazard of our dear-bought liberties and reformation begun / by several ministers of the Gospell, both in citty and countrey, lovers of reformation, and studious of the peace and prosperity of these nations.
Reformation -- Europe, Eastern. : Luther und Luthertum in Osteuropa : Selbstdarstellungen aus der Diaspora und Beiträge zur theologischen Diskussion / herausgegeben von Gerhard Bassarak und Günter Wirth.