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Independency A Great Schism By Daniel Cawdrey
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This work by Daniel Cawdrey is extremely important on the doctrine of church government. Cawdrey writes against Dr. John Owen’s work, the “Tract on Schism” published in 1657. He... More > masterfully deals with Owen’s work, and explains the nature of Dr. Owen’s mistakes on attempting to justify Independency. Cawdrey not only demonstrates that Dr. Owen is biblically wrong, but also that the position of Independency is in fact a “great schism” to the church of Jesus Christ. Chapters include: Of the Nature of Schism in Scripture Causeless Separation from a true Church is Schism Of the Church Catholic Mystical, and its Union Of the Church Catholic visible, and its Union Independentism in Donatism Of the particular Church, and its Union Independentism, a Great Schism This work also contains “an appendix to the former discourse of schism; showing the inconstancy of the Dr. and the inconsistency of his former and present opinions.” This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
Family Reformation Promoted, and Other Works By Daniel Cawdrey
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Daniel Cawdrey was a Calvinistic Presbyterian minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, eminently learned, and a noted member of the Westminster Assembly. He was among the best puritan scholars of his... More > day. This new work, the final compilation of Cawdrey’s writings, was his most popular and well-received treatise on Family Reformation. This work on Family Reformation became exceedingly popular. It covers the duties of husbands to wives, wives to husbands, children’s duties, as well as master and slaves. Cawdrey also includes a catechism to confirm the teachings of biblical truth in a reformed family. Also included in this volume are the last of Cawdrey’s known works covering humility, the effects of a good man on the community in which he lives, as well as a short scholarly treatise on the role of the magistrate called “The Depths of Satan Discovered.” This is not a scan or a facsimile, but a newly typeset work updated and made easily readable with an active table of contents.< Less
Family Reformation Promoted, and Other Works By Daniel Cawdrey
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Daniel Cawdrey was a Reformed minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a noted member of the Westminster Assembly. In this final compilation of Cawdrey’s writings was his most popular and... More > well-received treatise on Family Reformation. Cawdrey took the task of shortening William Gouge’s work on the family with Gouge's blessing. As a result, this work on Family Reformation became exceedingly popular. It covers the duties of husbands to wives, wives to husbands, children’s duties, as well as master and slaves. Also included in this volume are the last of Cawdrey’s known works covering humility, the effects of a good man on the community in which he lives, as well as a short scholarly treatise on the role of the magistrate called “The Depths of Satan Discovered.” This is not a scan or a facsimile, but a newly typeset work updated and made easily readable with an active table of contents.< Less
A Vindication of the Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven into the Hands of the Right Owners By C. Matthew McMahon & Daniel Cawdrey
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Dr. Edmund Calamy called Daniel Cawdrey, “a man of great consideration, eminently learned, and a noted member of the assembly of divines.” Over 10,000 documents on the subject of church... More > government during the time of the Westminster Assembly were written and published. Daniel Cawdrey was among the most able writers in defense of Presbyterial Government. In this work Cawdrey deals with the issue of authority, power, rule, ordination, church planting and lawful preaching. He writes against the prolific writer and minister of New England congregationalism, John Cotton. Cotton had written a number of tracts, and Cawdrey answers them ably. In Cawdrey’s lucid arguments, one must take notice of the quandary that John Cotton falls quickly into; contradiction and confusion. Cawdrey's desire is to unite the churches of Jesus Christ, not separate them. He is writing against schism, with a desire for people to think rightly about the topic, to see Christ’s church united, not ripped apart.< Less

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