Joshua Redivivus, Or, Three Hundred and Fifty-Two Religious Letters: To Which Is Added a Testimony to the Convenanted Work of Reformation Between 1638 And 1649

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BiblioBazaar, 3 sep. 2015 - 434 pagina's
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Samuel Rutherford (1600 1661) was a Scottish minister and covenanter best known for his political book, "Lex Rex; or, The Law and the Prince", for which he was charged with high treason and imprisoned. The book argued for limited government, as well as limitations on the current idea of the divine right of kings.

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