Primary Sources ~ Church

Christ’s government in and over his people. Delivered in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons (1642) by Thomas Temple
Featl├Ži palggenesia: or, Doctor Daniel Featley revived (1660) by Daniel Featley
Gods fidelity, the churches safety: opened in a sermon (1659) by Edward Reynolds
Irenicum; or, An essay towards a brotherly peace & union, between those of the congregational and presbyterian way (1659) by Matthew Newcomen
Katabaptistai katapt├╝stoi. The dippers dipt, or, the Anabaptists dvck’d and plvng’d over head and eares, at a disputation in Southwark. (1645) by Daniel Featley
Of schisme (1653) by Henry Hammond
Of the povver of the keyes (1647) by Henry Hammond
Roma ruens, Romes ruine (1644) by Daniel Featley
Sermons of Christ his last discovery of himself, of The spirit and bride (1656) by William Greenhill
Superstitio superstes: or, The reliques of superstition newly revived. (1641) by Daniel Cawdrey
Temple-defilers defiled, vvherein a true visible Church of Christ is described (1645) by Richard Byfield
The churches triumph over death. Opend in a sermon preached Septemb. 11. 1660 (1662) by Edward Reynolds
The dippers dipt, or, The Anabaptists duck’d and plung’d over head and eares (1646) by Daniel Featley
The grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome, in taking away the sacred cup from the laiety at the Lords Table (1630) by Daniel Featley
The great necessity of unity and peace among all protestants, and the bloody principles of the papists made manifest (1688) by James Ussher
The head of the church, the iudge of the world (1647) by Lazarus Seaman
The Lords property in his redeemed people (1660) by Edward Reynolds
The militant church, triumphant over the dragon and his angels (1643) by Thomas Hill
The pastoral office. Opened in a visitation-sermon preached at Ipsvvich October 10. 1662 (1663) by Edward Reynolds
The rise, growth, and danger of Socinianisme (1643) by Francis Cheynell