Lawson's queries on propositions in Baxter's 'Assembly to the Westminster Confession', including 55 numbered queries.
Answer to certain queries – from George Lawson
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Argent / Black ii.39(4); Thomas p.27
- The reference to the 'Assembly to the Westminster Confession', is first published in The humble advice of the Assembly of Divines, now by authority of Parliament sitting at Westminster, concerning part of a Confession of faith(1646).
- George Lawson (d 1678), rector of More, in Salop, wrote Politica sacra & civilis: or, A modell of civil and ecclesiasticall government. Wherein, besides the positive doctrine concerning state and church in general, are debated the principall controversies of the times. Concerning the constitution of the state and Church of England, tending to righteousness, truth and peace. (1660).