Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690.
Apology for the true Christian divinity.
Philadelphia, Friends' Book Store 
|注意：||Translation of Theologiae verè christianae apologia.|
|描述：||viii, 560 pages 21 cm|
|内容：||To Charles II, King of Great Britain, and the dominions thereunto belonging --
R.B. unto the friendly reader wisheth salvation --
Theses theologicae : to the clergy, of what sort soever, unto whose hands these may come --
An Apology for the True Christian Divinity. Proposition 1 : Concerning the true foundation of knowledge --
Proposition 2 : Of immediate revelation --
Proposition 3 : Concerning the Scriptures --
Proposition 4 : Concerning the condition of man in the fall --
Propositions 5 and 6 : Concerning the universal redemption by Christ, and also the saving and spiritual light, wherewith every man is enlightened --
Proposition 7 : Concerning justification --
Proposition 8 : Concerning perfection --
Proposition 9 : Concerning perseverance, and the possibility of falling from grace --
Proposition 10 : Concerning the ministry --
Proposition 11 : Concerning worship --
Proposition 12 : Concerning baptism --
Proposition 13 : Concerning the communion, or participation of the body and blood of Christ --
Proposition 14 : Concerning the power of the civil magistrate in matters purely religious, and pertaining to the conscience --
Proposition 15 : Concerning salutations and recreations, &c. --
|責任：||Written in Latin and English by Robert Barclay.|
Thou mayest observe here the Christian religion in all its parts truly established and vindicated, as it is a living, inward, spiritual, pure, and substantial thing, and not a mere form, show, shadow, notion, and opinion, as too many have hitherto held it, whose fruits declare they wanted that which they bear the name of: and yet many of those are so in love with their empty forms and shadows, that they cease not to calumniate us for commending and calling them to the substance, as if we therefore denied or neglected the true form and outward part of Christianity, which indeed is, as God the searcher of hearts knows, a very great slander. - Conclusion.