1 19. A sampling of the literature on the Episcopal/Presbyterian debate includes: Thomas Bilson, The Perpetual Government of Christ’s Churches. (1593); Richard Baxter, Five Disputations of Church Government, and Worship. (London: Printed by R. W., 1659); Thomas Brett, The Divine Right of Episcopacy and the Necessity of an Episcopal Communion for preaching God’s word, and for the Valid Ministration of Christian Sacraments. (London: Henry Clements, 1718); Edmund Calamy, A Defence of Moderate Non-Conformity. (London: 1703–1705); Charles Chauncy, A Compleat View of Episcopacy. (Boston: Printed by Daniel Kneeland, 1771); John Checkley, A Modest Proof of the Order and Government Settled by Christ and his Apostles in the Church. (Boston: Thomas Fleet, 1723); John Gauden, Analusis: The Loosing of St. Peter Bands; Setting forth the True Sense and Solution of the Covenant in point of Conscience so far as it Relates to the Government of the Church by Episcopacy. (London: Printed by J. Best, 1660); Joseph Hall, (1574–1656). The works of Joseph Hall, D.D., successively Bishop of Exeter and Norwich: with some account of his life and sufferings. (Oxford : D.A. Talboys, 1837–1839); Benjamin Hoadly, A Serious Admonition to Mr. Calamy, occasion’d by the first part of his Defence of Moderate Non-conformity. (London: 1705); Richard Hooker, The Folger Library Edition of the Works of Richard Hooker. 6 vols. Edited by W. Speed Hill. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1977–93); Richard Hooker, Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker: with an Account of his Life and Death by...
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