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D. of P
Edward ((biskup Worcester))
Edward (évêque de Worcester)
Edward (Lord Bishop of Worcester)
P, D. of
Stillingfleet, Edward (Bp. of Worcester)
Stillingfleet, Edward (Dr)
Stillingfleet, Edward (évêque)
Stillingfleet, Edward (vesc. di Worcester)
Worcester, Edward Stillingfleet (Lord Bishop of)
Chiswell, Richard (Londen)
Church of England Diocese of Worcester Bishop (1689-1699 : Stillingfleet) (see also from)
Fowler, Edward (1632-1714)
Lloyd, William (1627-1717)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Mortlock, Henry (Londen)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Rogers, William (Londen)
Rosemond, Jean-Baptiste de (1657-17.)
Sell, Alan P.F
Ubelman, Johannes -1715
Answer to J. S's catholick letters
Answer to Mr. Cressy's "Epistle apologetical to a person of honour, touching his vindication of Dr. Stillingfleet", by Edw. Stillingfleet,..., An
answer to some papers lately printed, concerning the authority of the Catholick Church in matters of faith, and the reformation of the Church of England., An
Answer to the paper delivered by Mister Ashton at his execution, An
Answer to the paper delivered by Mr Ashton at his executionto Sir Francis child, An : sheriff of London, &c. Together with the paper it self
Bishop of Worcester's answer to Mr. Locke's letter, concerning some passages relating to his Essay of humane understanding ... 1697, The
bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Letter concerning some passages relating to his essay of humane understanding, The ; The bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Second letter wherein his notion of ideas is prov'd to be inconsistent with itself
Bishop of Worcester's [Edward Stilllingfleet] Answer to Mr. Locke's letter, concerning some passages relating to his "Essay of human understanding", mention'd in the late "Discourse in vindication of the Trinity", with a postscript in answer to some reflections made on that treatise in a late Socinian pamphlet, The
case of an oath of abjuration considered, The
Copies of two papers written by the late King Charles II together with a copy of a paper written by the late Duchess of York : to which is added an answer to the aforesaid papers all printed together
council of Trent examin'd and disprov'd by catholick tradition ... To which a preface is prefixed concerning the true sense of the council of Trent and the notion of transubstantiation., The
Defence of "the Discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome", in answer to a book entituled, "Catholicks no, idolaters" by Thomas Godden.] The two Ist parts, A
defence of the papers written by the late King of blessed memory and duchess of York, against the answer made to them [by Edw. Stillingfleet], A
Défense de la religion chrétienne et de l'Écriture sainte contre les déistes
Directions for the conversation of the clergy Collected from the visitation charges of the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward Stillingfleet, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Worcester
discourse concerning bonds of resignation of benefices ... 1695:, A
discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the church of Rome and the hazard of salvation in the communion of it, A : in answer to some papers of a revolted Protestant. Wherein a particular account is given of the fanaticisms and divisions of that church. The fourth edition corrected. By Edward Stillingfleet .., 1676:
Discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome, and the hazard of salvation in the communion of it, in answer to some papers of a revolted protestant. The 4th edition corrected... by Edward Stillingfleet,..., A
Discourse in vindication of the doctrine of the Trinity, with an answer to the late Socinian objections against it from Scripture, antiquity and reason, and a preface concerning the different explications of the Trinity, and the tendency of the present Socinian controverse, by... Edward [Stillingfleet] lord bishop of Worcester. The 2d edition, A
doctrine of the Trinity and Transubstantiation compared as to Scripture, reason and tradition .., The
Dr. Stillingfleet's answer to J. S's catholick letters
Ecclesiastical cases relating to the duties and rights of the parochial clergy stated and resolved according to the principles of conscience and law: by the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward, late Lord Bishop of Worcester
Eduard Stillingfleets Bisschops van Worchester 12 predikatien over verscheide texten des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments ...
Eduard Stillingfleets Bisschops van Worchester XII predikatien over verscheide texten des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments, waar by ghevoeghd is desselfs redenvoeringe over de waare oorsaak van 't lyden van Christus, waar in 't gevoelen van F. Socinus en J. Crellius grondig wederleid, en dat van Hugo de Groot kragtig verdedigd en nader bevestigd word
Fifty sermons preached upon several occasions. By the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward Stillingfleet ...
[Four religious miniature books, written in shorthand, in the George Fabyan Collection]
Free but modest censure on the late controversial writings and debates ... 1698:, A
grand question, concerning the bishops right to vote in Parlament in cases capital, stated and argued, from the Parlament-rolls, and the history of former times. With an enquiry into their peerage, and the three estates in Parlament., The
Grand question concerning the bishops right to vote in Parlament in cases capital, statued and argued from the Parlament-rolls and the history of former times, with an enquiry into their peerage and the three estates in Parlament, The
Irenicum, a weapon salve for the Churches wounds, or the Divine right of particular forms of Church government discussed and examined... by Edward Stillingfleete... The 2d edition, with an Appendix concerning the power of excommunication in a christian Church
Irenicvm. A weapon-salve for the churches wounds. Or The divine right of particular forms of church-government: : discussed and examined according to the principles of the law of nature, the positive laws of God, the practice of the Apostles, & the primitive church, and the judgment of reformed divines. Whereby a foundation is laid for the churches peace, and the accommodation of our present differences. Humbly tendered to consideration.
Jesuits loyalty, The : manifested in three several treatises lately written by them against the oath of allegeance : with a preface, shewing the pernicious consequence of their principles as to civil government : also three other treatises concerning the reasons of the penal laws, viz. I. The execution of justice in England, not for religion, but for treason, II. Important considerations, by the secular priests, III. The Jesuits reasons unreasonable.
Letter to a deist, in answer to several objections against the truth and authority of the Scriptures, A
Origenes britannicæ; or, The antiquities of the British churches.
"Origines Britannicae", or the Antiquities of the British Churches, with a preface concerning some pretended antiquities relating to Britain in vindication of the bishop of St. Asaph [W. Lloyd], by Ed. Stillingfleet...
Origines sacrae, of Heylige oorspronklykheeden, zynde een redelĳk bewĳs van de gronden des christelĳken geloofs, ...
Origines sacrae, or A rational account of Christian faith, as to the truth and divine authority of the Scriptures, and the matters therein contained
"Origines sacrae", or a Rational account of the grounds of christian faith, as to the truth and divine authority of the Scriptures... by Edward Stillingfleet,... The 3d edition...
"Origines sacrae", or a Rational account of the grounds of natural and reveal'd religion. The 7th edition, to which is now added part of another book upon the same subject, written A. D. 1697, publish'd from the author's own manuscript, by... Edward Stillingfleet,...
Origines sacræ: or, a rational account of the grounds of natural and reveal'd religion The eighth edition. To which is now added part of another book upon the same subject, Written A. D. MDCXCVII. Publish'd from the Author's Own Manuscript. The second volume
Origines sacræ: or, A rational account of the grounds of natural and revealed religion The eighth edition. To which is now added, part of another book upon the same subject. Written A.D. M,DC,XCVII. Published from the author's own manuscript. By the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward Stillingfleet, D.D. late lord bishop of Worcester.
Origines sacræ: or a rational account of the grounds of natural and revealed religion To which is added part of another book upon the same subject, left unfinished by the author. Together with A letter to a deist. In two volumes. ..
Origines sacræ: or, A rational account of the grounds of the Christian faith as to the truth and divine aithority of the scriptures, and the matters therein contain'd. By Edward Stillingfleet, M.A.
Origines sacrae: or a rational account of the grounds of the Christian faith as to the truth and divine authority of the scriptures, and matters therein contain'd
philosophy of Edward Stillingfleet, The : including his replies to John Locke
Proposals tender'd to the consideration of both Houses of Parliament for uniting the Protestant interest for the present and preventing divisions for the future : together with the declaration of K. Charles II concerning ecclesiastical affairs and some proposals of terms of union between the Church of England and dissenters, long since published by the Reverend Dean of S. Pauls.
rational account of the grounds of Protestant religion being a vindication of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury's Relation of a conference, &c. from the pretended answer by T.C. Wherein the true Grounds of Faith are cleared, and the False discovered; The Church of England Vindicated from the imputation of Schism, and the most important particular Controversies between Us and Those of the Church of Rome throughly Examined. With a Reply to Mr. J. Serjeant his Third Appendix, containing some Animadversions on this Book, A
Rational account of the grounds of protestant religion, being a vindication of the Lord [Land]'s archbishop of Canterbury Relation of a conference [between himself and J. Fisher, S.J.]... from the pretended answer by T. C. [Carwell],... by Edward Stillingfleet,... the 2d edition, A
Reformation of manners, the true way of honouring God. With the necessity of putting the laws in execution against vice and profaneness In a sermon preach'd at White-Hall. By the late Right Reverend Father in God, Edward Stillingfleet Lord Bishop of Worcester. And published by their Majesties special command.
relation of a conference, held about religion, at london, the third of april, 1676., A
Replies to John Locke
Scripture and tradition compared in a sermon preached at Guild-Hall Chapel, Novemb. 27, 1687;
second letter to mr. G. in answer to two letters lately published concerning the conference at the D. of P., A
sermon preached before the king at the White-Hall, March 7. 1678/9, A
sermon preached on the fast-day, November 13. 1678, A : at S[t.] Margarets VVestminster, before the honourable House of Commons
Sermons preached on several occasions. To which a discourse is annexed concerning the true reason of the sufferings of Christ. Wherein Crellius his answer to Grotius is considered.
Several conferences between a Romish priest, a fanatick-chaplain, and a divine of the Church of England concerning the idolatry of the Church of Rome: being a full answer to the late Dialogues of T.G. The sixth volume
Six sermons: with a discourse annexed, concerning the true reason of the sufferings of Christ. : Wherein Crellius his answer to Grotius is considered.
Taité où est examinée la question si un protestant peut se sauver dans la communion rom.
Three criticisms of Locke
Traité où est examinée à fond la question agitée en ce temps, scavoir si un protestant, laissant la religion protestante pour embrasser celle de Rome, peut se sauver dans la communion romaine ; composé en anglois par M. Stillinfleet,...
Unreasonableness of separation, or an Impartial account of the history, nature and pleas of the present separation from the Church of England, to wich several late letters are annexed of eminent protestant divines abroad... by Edward Stillingfleet,... The 3d edition corrected, The
unreasonableness of separation: or, An impartial account of the history, nature, and pleas of the present separation from the communion of the Church of England, The
vindication of the answer to some late papers, A : concerning the unity and authority of the Catholic Church and the reformation of the Church of England
vindication of their Majesties authority to fill the sees of the deprived bishops in a letter out of the country, occasioned by Dr. B's refusal of the bishoprick of Bath and Wells., A
vnreasonableness of separation: or, An impartial account of the history, nature, and pleas of the present separation from the communion of the Church of England., The : To which, several late letters are annexed, of eminent protestant divines abroad, concerning the nature of our differences, and the way to compose them.
works of that eminent and most learned prelate, Dr. Edw. Stillingfleet ... Together with his life and character. In six volumes. ..., The
XII predikatien over verscheide texten des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments