Irenicum. 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 Aspostles, and the Primitive Church. Rector of Sutton in Bedforshire Edward Stillingfleete.
Irenicum. 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 Aspostles, and the Primitive Church...

Irenicum. 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 Aspostles, and the Primitive Church...

London: Printed by R.I. for Henry Mortlock, 1662.

Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition / No Dust Jacket. Item #045255
ISBN: NoISBN

Later paneled calf, rebacked, black lettering piece, added marbled endpapers. Small burn mark on front corner. Two bookplates: Thomas Maitland of Dundrennan & Geddes MacGregor. Internally, some age toning, light soiling, scattered small tears to corners. [24], 416 (i.e. 418), [2], 31, [1]pp

The second edition (with an appendix concerning excommunication) of Stillingfleete's first work - it attempts to heal divisions in the Protestant church following the Interregnum. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Inventory No: 045255.

Price: $400.00