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Fri Mar 21 17:11:57 2014 UTClccn-n841213920.00Sure-footing in Christianity, or Rational discourses on the rule of faith. With three appendixes relating to Dr. Pierce Mr. Whitby, and Mr. Stillingfleet. Second edition. Adding a fourth, subverting fundamentally and manifoldly my Ld. of Down's dissuasive. With a letter to Dr. Casaubon, and another to his answerer. By J.S0.821.00Diaphana, or, Three Attendants on Fiat Lux wherein Catholik religion is further excused against the opposition of severall adversaries ... and by the way an answer is given to Mr. Moulin, Denton and Stillingfleet42187262Daniel_Whitbyn 841213921204684Author of a little tract entituled Obedience due to the present king, 1638-1726Clergyman in the countryClergyman in the country, 1638-1726Cordial friend to the Protestant religionCordial friend to the Protestant religion, 1638-1726Divine of the church of England, 1638-1726Obedience due to the present King, Author of a little tract entituled, 1638-1726Well-wisher to the churches peace, 1638-1726Whitbie, Daniel, 1638-1726Whitbie, Mr. (Daniel), 1638-1726Whitby, DanielusWhitby, Dr. (Daniel), 1638-1726lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-n50011355Stillingfleet, Edward1635-1699lccn-n84121468Pierce, Thomas1622-1691lccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-n82268522Sergeant, John1622-1707lccn-n85355814Mill, John1645-1707lccn-n82253646Fullwood, Francis-1693lccn-n83043709Barlow, Thomas1607-1691lccn-n85089582Lowth, William1660-1732Whitby, Daniel1638-1726Controversial literatureHistoryApologetic worksCommentariesParaphrasesSermonsCriticism, interpretation, etcCatholic ChurchTrinityEthicsChurch of EnglandWhitby, Daniel,Great BritainBible.--New TestamentStillingfleet, Edward,EnglandDissenters, ReligiousLiberty of consciencePierce, Thomas,MetaphysicsLord's Supper--Communion in both elementsConstitutional historyTradition (Theology)Holy SpiritApologeticsHeresyDisciplineGod--Worship and loveNorris, John,OathsAllegianceJesus ChristPrayerChristologyPolitical sciencePhilosophyChurch historyChurch--FoundationSocialismSocinianismArianismLiturgical language--LatinCouncil of TrentLanguage question in the churchControversial literature--Protestant authorsChurch and stateRomish doctrines not from the beginning (Whitby, Daniel)Rule of faithAuthority--Religious aspectsChristian heresiesCasaubon, Meric,Nicene CreedChristian hereticsControversial literature--Catholic authorsFathers of the churchArminianismCalvinism1638172616441664166516661669167116741675167616791682168316841685168716881689169016911694169616971699170017031705170617071708170917101711171217131714171517161717171817191720172117231724172517261727172817301733173517361738173917401741174417481750175117531754175617571760176117751793180118031806180718081809181018111815181618171822182318241829184118421845184618471848184918511853185418561859187719001975198019811983198419851986199920052008201020112012121633971236231.044AC4ocn863528758ocn863499913ocn846511088ocn46089567556141ocn008246066book16840.86Whitby, DanielEthics compendium, in usum academicæ juventutis44949ocn645785824com17030.81A paraphrase and commentary on the New Testament. In two volumes. ... By Daniel Whitby37914ocn508807879file17030.59A paraphrase and commentary on the New Testament. In two volumes. The first, containing the four Gospels, and the Acts of the Holy Apostles. The second, all the Epistles, with a discourse of the Millennium. To which are added, a chronology of the New Testament, a map and alphabetical table of all the places mentioned in the Gospels, Acts, or the Epistles. With tables of the matters contained and of the words and phrases explained throughout the whole work ; and the Examen Millii. ... By Daniel Whitby, D.D. late Chantor of the Church of SarumCommentariesParaphrases37224ocn012336562book16880.88Whitby, DanielA treatise of traditionsApologetic worksControversial literature32119ocn012336587book16830.90Whitby, DanielThe Protestant reconciler humbly pleading for condescention to dissenting brethren, in things indifferent and unnecessary, for the sake of peace, and shewing, how unreasonable it is to make such things the necessary conditions of communionControversial literature29523ocn186546782file17270.79Whitby, DanielHysterai phrontides. Or, the last thoughts of Dr. Whitby Containing his correction of several passages in his commentary on the New Testament. To which are added, five discourses. Published by his express orderCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesControversial literature25016ocn642625073file17140.73Whitby, DanielA dissuasive from enquiring into the doctrine of the Trinity or, the difficulties and discouragements which attend the study of that doctrine. In a letter to a friend21710ocn011983660book16900.88Whitby, DanielAn historical account of some things relating to the nature of the English government and the conceptions which our fore-fathers had of it with some inferences thence made for the satisfaction of those who scruple the Oath of allegiance to King William and Queen MaryHistory2167ocn014581969book16870.88Whitby, DanielA treatise in confutation of the Latin service practised and, by the order of the Trent Council, continued in the Church of RomeControversial literature2138ocn012336694book16880.86Whitby, DanielA demonstration that the Church of Rome, and her councils have erred by shewing, that the councils of Constance, Basil, and Trent, have in all their decrees touching communion in one kind, contradicted the received doctrine of the Church of Christ : with an appendix, in answer to the XXI. chapter of the author of A papist misrepresented, and representedControversial literature20811ocn642601775com17140.76Whitby, DanielHē Logikē latreia or a sermon proving that reason is to be our guide in the choice of our religion And That nothing ought to be admitted as an Article of Faith, which is Repugnant to the Common Principles of reason, or is Unintelligible to Human Understanding. By Daniel Whitby, Chantor of the Church of SarumSermons20823ocn085882749file17180.76Whitby, DanielDisquisitiones modestæ in clarissimi Bulli defensionem fidei Nicenæ Authore Daniele Whitby, D.DCriticism, interpretation, etc2058ocn011258779book16890.88Whitby, DanielConsiderations humbly offered for taking the oath of allegiance to King William and Queen MaryHistory18913ocn014581157book16740.84Whitby, DanielA discourse concerning the idolatry of the Church of Rome wherein that charge is justified, and the pretended refutation of Dr. Stillingfleet's discourse is answeredApologetic worksControversial literature1877ocn508515049file17170.70Whitby, DanielAn answer to the Reverend Dr. Snape's second letter to the Right Reverend Father in God, Benjamin lord bishop of Bangor. By Daniel Whitby, D.D. and chantor of the Cathedral-Church of SarumHistoryControversial literature1829ocn018207396book16910.88Whitby, DanielA discourse, confirming the truth and certainty of the Christian faith from the extraordinary gifts and operations of the Holy Ghost vouchsafed to the apostles and primitive professors of that faithHistory1818ocn009440469book16900.86Whitby, DanielBrevissimum metaphysicæ compendium, secundum mentem nominalium18111ocn011732834book16820.86Barlow, ThomasA discourse concerning the laws ecclesiastical and civil made against hereticks by popes, emperors and kings, provincial and general councils, approved by the church of Rome with a preface against persecuting and destroying hereticksHistoryControversial literature1749ocn012368943book16970.88Whitby, DanielA discourse of the love of God shewing that it is well consistent with some love or desire of the creature, and answering all the arguments of Mr. Norris in his sermon on Matth. 22, 37, and of the letters philosohical and divine to the contrary17217ocn012364605book16910.90Whitby, DanielTractatus de vera Christi deitate, adversus Arii & Socini hæreses1715ocn011982795book16650.86Sergeant, JohnSure-footing in Christianity, or Rational discourses on the rule of faith with short animadversions on Dr. Pierce's sermon : also on some passages in Mr. Whitby and M. Stillingfleet, which concern that ruleControversial literature1273ocn018771924book16650.92Sergeant, JohnSure-footing in Christianity, or, Rational discourses on the rule of faith with three appendixes relating to Dr. Pierce, Mr. Whitby, and Mr. StillingfleetApologetic worksControversial literature1023ocn642588721com17150.76Eyre, RichardThe necessity of grace with our Reason, in Christian Faith. A sermon preach'd at the cathedral church of Sarum, on Whit-Sunday, May 16. 1714. By Richard Eyre, Canon Residentiary of the Church of Sarum. Imprimatur, Bern. Gardiner, Vice-Canc. Oxon102ocn681508622com18420.79Gill, JohnThe cause of God and truth in which are considered the several passages of scripture made use of by Dr. Whitby and others in favour of the universal scheme and against the Calvinistic schemeControversial literature103ocn008005682book17110.88Edwards, JohnThe Arminian doctrines condemn'd : by the Holy Scriptures by many ancient fathers by the Church of England and even by the suffrage of right reason in answer to the Revd. Daniel Whitby ; together with an answer to his four discourses ; to which is added an Appendix reflecting on Mr. Lightfoot's last pamphlet91ocn697895147com16850.88Sherlock, WilliamA vindication of the rights of ecclesiastical authority being an answer to the first part of the Protestant reconciler32ocn228674011book16840.47An awakening word in season, to the Grand-Jury-Men of the nationHistory21ocn223846279book16651.00J. V. CDiaphana, or, Three Attendants on Fiat Lux wherein Catholik religion is further excused against the opposition of severall adversaries ... and by the way an answer is given to Mr. Moulin, Denton and Stillingfleet11ocn159940204book18060.98Belsham, ThomasThe importance of right sentiments concerning the person of Christ; a sermon preached at Essex Chapel, April 10, 1806, before the London Unitarian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue by the Distribution of BooksSermons11ocn082212067book17360.47Carpov, JakobIacobi Carpovii ... Comentatio de imputatione facti proprii et alieni speciatim vero peccati Adami in posteros adversus Danielem Whitby ... : ordine scientifico concinnata12ocn083327309book1665Sergeant, JohnSure-footing in Christianity, or Rational discourses on the rule of faith. With three appendixes relating to Dr. Pierce Mr. Whitby, and Mr. Stillingfleet. Second edition. Adding a fourth, subverting fundamentally and manifoldly my Ld. of Down's dissuasive. With a letter to Dr. Casaubon, and another to his answerer. By J.SApologetic works11ocn002056355book19750.47Heisler, Robert LeonardAn analysis of Daniel Whitby's treatise on post-millennialism11ocn084624732book17200.47Woolston, ThomasOrigenis Adamantij Epistola secunda ad Doctores Whitbeium, Waterlandum, Whistonium, aliosque literatos hujus saeculi disputatores. Circa fidem vere orthodoxam & scriptarum interpletationem. [sic]11ocn700136529book17200.47Woolston, ThomasOrigenis Adamantij Epistola secunda : ad doctores Whitbeium, Waterlandum, Whistonium, aliosque literatos hujus sæculi disputatores. Circa fidem verè orthodoxam [et] scripturarum interpletationem11ocn367551036book17280.98Whitby, DanielYsterai phrontides, or, the last thoughts of Dr. Whitby : containing his correction of several passages in his commentary on the new testament, to which are added five discoursesCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesControversial literature11ocn077818835book17201.00Woolston, ThomasOrigenis Adamantij Renati epistola ad doctores Whibeium, Waterlandium, Whistonium, aliosque literatos hujus saeculi disputatores. Circa fidem virè orthodoxam & Scripturarum interpretationem11ocn756674476mix1.00Brainerd's commentary on apostolic successionHistoryApologetic worksCollection comprises a volume (approx. 248 pgs, including several pgs. laid-in) containing an nineteenth-century commentary primarily on apostolic succession, with discussions of the divine right of clergy and lay ministry. The apologist may have been the owner of the volume, who is identified as "Mr. Brainerd, Lyme, Ct." This may possibly indicate David Smith Brainerd (1812-1875), before his installation as pastor of the Old Lyme (Conn.) Congregational Church, in 1841. In addition to extensive biblical passages, the author references commentaries by Edward Stillingfleet, Daniel Whitby, William Cave, Philip Doddridge, and John Cosin, and provides a history of Christianity from the apostolic age forward11ocn054164708book17201.00Woolston, ThomasOrigenis Adamantij Epistola secunda ad doctores Whibeium, Waterlandium, Whistonium, aliosque literatos hujus saeculi disputatores. Circa fidem virè orthodoxam & Scripturarum interpletationem [!]11ocn054274050book1.00Gill, JohnThe cause of God and truth: being an examination of the principal passages of Scripture made use of by the Arminians, in favour of their scheme; particularly by Dr. Whitby, in his discourse on the five pointsControversial literatureFri Mar 21 15:56:07 EDT 2014batch41629