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#Sacrilegious desertion of the holy ministery rebuked, and tolerated preaching of the gospel vindicated, against the reasonings of a confident questionist, in a book called Toleration not abused; with counsil to the nonconformists, and petition to the pious conformists / by one that is consecrated to the sacred ministry, and is resolved not to be a deserter of it ...#

##Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.## Sacrilegious desertion of the holy ministery rebuked, and tolerated preaching of the gospel vindicated, against the reasonings of a confident questionist, in a book called Toleration not abused; with counsil to the nonconformists, and petition to the pious conformists / by one that is consecrated to the sacred ministry, and is resolved not to be a deserter of it ... Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.

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  1. CHAP. I.

    _ SECT. I. Sect. 2. Who the Author is, and why he reſolveth his Queſtion on the Presbyterian Principles, and paSect. 3. As the Author honoureth himſelf with the praiſe of being a Lover of the Truth and Peace (wh

  2. CHAP. II. Sect. 1. BE it known to the Reader, that the name of Nonconformiſts was not made by our ſelves, but Sect. 2. As to the Point of Church-Government & Worſhip (the quarrel of the preſent age)

  3. We eaſilSect. 3. We take not the name of Nonconformiſts to be ſuch a Cothurnus or Hoſe drawn over the ſeveraSect. 4. But we that ſuffer from you (Hear it now, for you ſhall hear it from God ere long,) all theSect. 5. 1. They take a Miniſtry to be ordinarily neceſſary to the propagating of the Goſpel & the ſ

  4. CHAP. III. Sect. 1. HAving diſclaimed the Approving and Cenſuring His Majeſties Declaration, he queſtioneth [WhSect. 2. Here note, 1. That the Epiſcopal, or Eraſtian Nonconformiſts, have none of his eſpecial advSect. 3. My Anſwer is, 1. It is not adviſeable for any Nonconformiſts, who before held the Pariſh CoSect. 4. When you ſay [They cannot but underſtand the Declaration to be a very ſtrict Prohibition ofSect. 5. As to your three wayes, I anſwer •ou;1. I believe the Presbyterians will joyn with the IndeSect. 6. You underſtand neither the Men that you talk of, nor their Cauſe: they take not the IndepenSect. 7. O the confidence of this Adviſer in his own underſtanding; that dare ſay [That he is ſure tSect. 8. And this man that is ſure they have no reaſon for it, could inſtance in no greater than theSect. 9. But he ſaith (p. 6.) Their ingenuity and gratitude to God and the King will be better expreSect. 10. His next Suppoſition is, that the matter of this Liberty is evil. I am glad it is not evil

  5. CHAP. IV. Sect. 1. THe proving the Affirmative is his work, pag. 7, &c. But the Preſbyterians do not love confSect. 2. He next queſtioneth, 1. [Do you not allow our Parochial Churches to be true Churches?]Anſw.Sect. 3. And hence follows the cry of Schiſm, Independents, Browniſts, rank Separatiſts, &c. As if tSect. 4. The reſt, p. 8, 9, 10. need no other anſwer, then1. That the old Puritanes never held it unSect. 5. The love of peace, and the fear of frightning any further from Pariſh-communion than I deſiSect. 6. But with full ſail of ſelf-conceitedneſs he next comes upon us, with this as an undeniable Sect. 7. But factious Diſputers ſee but on

one ſide. You thought not that you your ſelf were all thSect. 8. But as to his ſecond Objection, I will take his part; and though we differ not at all from

  1. CHAP. V. Sect. 1. HIs Sect. 2. Pro. 2. is impertinent. For, 1. He knoweth little, if he know not, that the NoSect. 2. But pag. 14. he thinks he may ſafely ſay, [that the Declaration doth not ſo much as uncommaSect. 3. But he ſubtilly tells us that the Declaration meddles neither with the Preceptive nor PunitSect. 4. But all this is utterly impertinent to them whoſe Conſciences never allowed them to forbearSect. 5. pag. 16. Let Mr. Crofton anſwer for himſelf, but the other two named by you, Ball and BaxteSect. 6. His reviving his pitiful Objection, That we have the approbation of Authority for ſeparatioSect. 7. But p. 18. he will bring us to Vtopia (Morus invented it) and there he will ſuppoſe [the Vi

  2. CHAP. VI. Sect. 1. NOthing more eaſie than for men that have ſome great advantages, to force inconveniencies uSect. 2. His firſt inconvenience is, that [We ſhall lay down the Cudgels and beg the peace, &c. of tSect. 3. He would next raiſe a ſuſpicion, [That our Principles change with the times,] and yet ſaithSect. 4. He addeth [Conſider I beſeech you, how like to Independent-Ape• your new Congregations willSect. 5. [1. Your Churches will be gathered as theirs.]Anſw. As much as all the Churches for three hSect. 6. [2. You can adminiſter Baptiſms or the Lords Supper, to none but thoſe of your ſelect numbeSect. 7. [3. You cannot exerciſe Diſcipline but by the conſent of your people.]Anſw. 1. We cannot beSect. 8. [4. Neither can you have any Church. Government but in your ſingle Congregations, and that Sect. 9. He addeth [Thus as others are Independents by choice and Profeſſion, you will make your ſelSect. 10. He addeth [In vain do you think to help your ſelves, and to ſatisfie the World, by pleadin

  3. CHAP. VII. Sect. 1. HIs next Section, pag. 21, &c. is as meer deluſion as any of the reſt.Firſt, he argueth froSect. 2. Any more than you, did I ſay? Sir, vilifie not the wits of thoſe Clergy men that chiefly coSect. 3. But his next hath no bounds, and grieveth me to read it (O poſterity, how will you know whaSect. 4. And he addeth old ſpeeches againſt Toleration, Univerſal intolerable Toleration: Wherein weSect. 5. Once more Reader, peruſe all the Citations of this Author, out of Mr. Edwards, Mr. Trap (a Sect. 6. But the man will ſeriouſly prove what he ſaith, p. 25. [Can you more ſignally own, recognizSect. 7. But this is ſpoken conjunctively with what followeth: And what's that?

  4. [To live quietly Sect. 8. But the utmoſt is [Erecting ſeparate Congregations to your ſelves.]Anſw. 1. You mean, it is

  5. CHAP. VIII. Sect. 1. IN all this Section, let the Reader conſider,1. How few words there be, which a Papiſt PrieSect. 2. Do not you excommunicate and drive from your ſeveral Pariſhes the Members of Chriſt, for noSect. 3. We ſtill hold that Members of the ſame particular Church, ſhould not live at a diſtance ſo Sect. 4. We take your Warning: Independents, as you ſay, may over-reach us; Peoples inconſtancy and Sect. 5. But your Will ſeemeth to bear down your Experience, while you would tempt us, by the diſcouSect. 6. When you ſay, that a Toleration may reduce the common ſort to an indifferency in Religion.ISect. 7. But, (pag. 29.) you too boldly make your ſelves the Stewards of God's Bleſſings; and as Mag

  6. CHAP. IX.

    _ Sect. 1.

  7. CHAP. X. Sect. 1. I Love this Author much the better, becauſe he ſpeaks againſt diviſions, and becauſe he ſeeSect. 2. And really, Will Popery come in ever the more for our Preaching? (do you think we ſhall Pre

  8. CHAP. XI.

  9. CHAP. XII. Sect. 1. FAthers and Brethren, though I preſumed to counſel the Non-Conformiſts as my equals, I willSect. 2. It is not in my thoughts to confound all Conformiſts, as if there were no difference among Sect. 3. II. And I would there were no Miniſters ſo pittifully dark, and young, and raw, or ſo much Sect. 4 III. There are alſo ſome called Latitudinarians, who love not Fopperyes or violence, but areSect. 5. IV. And there are other Godly ſober unwilling Conformiſts, who by the benefit of ſubſcribinSect. 6. To all of them that yet have ears to hear, I humbly preſent theſe following Requeſts.I. O b #####Back#####

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