A scholastical history of the canon of the Holy Scripture: or, The certain and indubitate books thereof as they are received in the Church of England

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Printed by E. Tyler and R. Holt for R. Pawlett, 1672 - Bible - 224 pages
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Page 13 - ... afterwards made, and the order of them was somewhat altered, (as in divers respects they may well be,) but the books were still the same ; and, as the number of them was never augmented during the time of the Old Testament, so there were no additional pieces brought in, or set to any of them at all. XXI. It is generally received, that, after the return of the Jews from their captivity in Babylon, all the books of the Scripture, having been revised by Ezra1, (then their priest and their leader,)...
Page 71 - Hierome (who lived in the end of the fourth, and in the beginning of the fifth century...
Page 223 - Ecclesiastical books into the volume of the Bible, did not thereby intend to make them equal to the Books of Moses and the Prophets, but only to recommend them unto the private and public reading of the Church, both for the many excellent precepts and examples of life that be in them, and for the better knowledge of the history and estate of God's people from the time of the Prophets to the coming of Christ...
Page 13 - Ezra, (then their priest and their leader,) who digested them likewise into those several classes before rehearsed, were by him, and the Prophets of God that lived with him, consigned and delivered over to all posterity. But this is sure, that after his age, and the time of the prophet Malachi, (who was one among...
Page 199 - Sign1f1cations and Uses in English ; and how to render them into Latin according to the Propriety and Elegancy of that Language. With a Praxis upon the same.
Page 223 - ... the private and public reading of the Church, both for the many excellent precepts and examples of life that be in them, and for the better knowledge of the history and estate of God's people from the time of the Prophets to the coming of Christ ; That it is not in the power of the Roman Church, nor any other, either to make new articles of Faith, or to make any books sacred and Canonical Scriptures (so as to be the binding rules of our Faith and Religion) which were not such in their own nature...
Page v - For Nath. Brook at the Angel in Cornhill," 1658. COSIN (JOHN), p. 52. Master 1635. *A Scholastical History of the Canon of the Holy Scripture, or the Certain and Indubitate books thereof as they are received in the Church of England. Compiled by Dr Cosin. Dn of P. and Mr of St PC in the University of Cambridge. (Now Sequestered.) Sm. 4to. R. Norton for Tim. Garthwaite. London, 1657. Hymn "Come, Holy Ghost, our Souls inspire.
Page x - Prophets the less. And the other Books, as Hierome saith, the Church doth read for example of life and instruction of manners, but yet doth it not apply them to establish any doctrine: such are these following: — The Third Book of Esdras. Baruch the Prophet The Fourth Book of Esdras. The Song of the Three Children. The Book of Tobias. The Story of Susanna. The Book of Judith. Of Bel and the Dragon. The rest of the Book of Esther.
Page 199 - Books thereof, as they are received in the Church of England. By JOHN COSIN, DD, late Lord Bishop of Durham : Collected Werks, New Edition, 2 vols.
Page 11 - Chethubim, or BOOKS that were written by the holy men of God, who were not...

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