Theses Sabbaticae, or the Doctrine of the Sabbath: Wherein the Sabbaths I. Morality, II. Change, III. Beginning, IV. Sanctification, Are Clearly ... in Sundry Sermons in Cambridge in New-England Book

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Wiihall a Change of that fir/l feventh day, and hench thought t fomething in it wao' Mora/l in reffiefl' of the Command, and yet [omething' Ceremoniall heccu/z' of the Change and therefore they facd their thought: here, that it We: partly Mora/l and partly C e. Remoniall, and hence their ohfervation of the day hath heen( anfwer. Ahle to their judgement: more lax and loo/e Whofe argument: to prove the day examination made it wholly C eremonially; tt hoing argument: at are produced in defence of a lejfer 'erreur, to grow hig th fitme man - child in them, Which in time growe: up; and fo ferve only to maintaine a farre greater; and hence h} that part of the controver e the] have laid foundation loo/end]? Upon that them/elva, and have unaware: laid the corner flone: of point: of Familifme, and firengthned hereh} the hand: of Malignant: and Prelate:, a: to prophane the Sahhath, u/e of their Principle: for the introdutiion of all humane invention: under the name and fhadow of the Church; which if it hath power rto authorize and e ahli/h fach a living then name What invention he can, ea ly he ujhered in upon the fame ground though pofleo rity hath canfe for ever to admire God: goodne 'e for that ahundance out h] tho/e vejjirl: of glory in the fir he ginning: of Reformation, yet in thi: narrow of the Sahhath it ia no won der if they fiept a little hefide the truth; and it i: to he charitahl] hoped and heleeved, that had the] then fore/hone what i in 'after age: would no otherwzfe minded then fome of their follower: and iend:, efiecially in the, Churahe: of Sc0tland and England who might well [he a little farther (are they it]? To fiteak) when the] [hood upon fuch tall men.
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