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" Secondly, That it is not lawful to call a wicked person to swear, to pray, as being actions of God's worship. '"Thirdly, That it is not lawful to hear any of the ministers of the parish assemblies in England. ' " Fourthly, That the civil magistrate's... "
A Manual of American Literature - Página 15
por Theodore Stanton - 1909 - 493 páginas
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1607-1676

Moses Coit Tyler - 1897
...Finally, he held another doctrine—at that time and in that place sadly eccentric and disgusting—that the power of the civil magistrate " extends only to...Roger Williams to abide anywhere within her borders. With respect to the sympathy of Roger Williams with the Indians, it concerns us, at present, to note...
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Columbian Cyclopedia

1897
...to require a wicked person to take a judicial oath or to pray, which both were forms of worship; and that the power of the civil magistrate extends only to the bodies, goods, and outward stale of men, and not to their souls and consciences. Banished from the colony 1635,...
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Illustrated History of the Rhode Island Central Trades and Labor and ...

1899 - 339 páginas
...was not lawful to require a wicked person to swear or pray, which were both forms of worship ; and that the power of the civil magistrate extends only to the bodies, goods, and outward state of men, and not to their souls and consciences. As a result, he was ordered...
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Christ in Creation and Ethical Monism

Augustus Hopkins Strong - 1899 - 524 páginas
...separation of Church and State ; or, to use his own words, his holding that " the civil magistrate's power extends only to the bodies and goods and outward state of men." This is the reason why he was warned off from Plymouth, after he had unwittingly taken refuge within...
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The Inland Educator, Volumes 1-2

1895
...it was not lawful to require a wicked person to swear or pray, which were both forms of worship; and that the power of the civil magistrate extends only to the bodies, goods and outward state of men, and not to their souls and consciences." 8. "The Navigation Act. the...
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Ten New England Leaders

Williston Walker, William Bradford, John Cotton, Richard Mather, John Eliot, Increase Mather, Jonathan Edwards, Charles Chauncy, Samuel Hopkins, Leonard Woods, Leonard Bacon - 1901 - 471 páginas
...any of ihe Ministers of the Parish Assemblies in England. "Fourthly, That ihe Civil Magistrates power extends only to the Bodies and Goods, and outward State of men." It was about the views expressed in the third and fourth of these articles that the controversy with...
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Ten New England Leaders

Williston Walker - 1901 - 471 páginas
...of the Ministers of the Parish Assemblies in England. " Fourthly, That the Civil Magistrates power extends only to the Bodies and Goods, and outward State of men." It was about the views expressed in the third and fourth of these articles that the controversy with...
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The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century: The chartered colonies ...

Herbert Levi Osgood - 1904
...not lawful to hear any of the ministers of the parish assemblies in England, the last to his theory that the power of the civil magistrate extends only to the bodies, goods, and outward state of men. Then the sentence of banishment4 was pronounced against him, its words...
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The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century: The chartered colonies ...

Herbert Levi Osgood - 1904
...not lawful to hear any of the ministers of the parish assemblies in England, the last to his theory that the power of the civil magistrate extends only to the bodies, goods, and outward state of men. Then the sentence of banishment4 was pronounced against him, its words...
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The Hyde Park Historical Record, Volumes 5-9

1905
...of the ministers of the parish assemblies in England. "'Fourthly. That the civil magistrate's power extends only to the bodies and goods and outward state of men, etc.' " Williams acknowledged that " the particulars were lightly summed up." agreed that he might...
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