Baxter’s treatise given in reply to responses to his Whether parish congregations be true christian churches (1684) which itself was an explanation of some passages in A Treatise of Episcopacy (1681). Baxter answers John Owen’s twelve arguments against communion with parish churches citing scripture and church testimony, insisting on the legitimacy 'primitive church-species' and the wrongness of the persecution inflicted on them and the schism effected by such.
Baxter’s A Treatise of Episcopacy explained
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/18
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises i.16
- Dates of Creation[1684-1685]
- Physical Description10 folios (ff 298-307)
Scope and Content
DWL/RB/1/195 (being the 2nd part of this treatise)
Other Finding Aids
Argent / Black i.16; Thomas p.20
Ataxiæ Obstaculum ; being an answer to certain Queries, dispersed in some parts of Glocestershire: (1677) was written by George Vernon, Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. For George Vernon (1637/8-1720) see ODNB.