Shields, Alexander, 1660?-1700
VIAF ID: 5273712
|A hind let loose : Or, An historical representation of the testimonies of the Church of Scotland, for the interest of Christ. With the true state thereof in all its periods: together with a vindication of the present testimony against the Popish, prelatical, and malignant enemies of that church, as it is now stated, for the prerogatives of Christ, privileges of the church, and liberties of mankind; and sealed by the sufferings of a reproached remnant of presbyterians there, witnessing against the corruptions of the time: wherein several controversies of greatest consequence are enquired into, and, in some measure cleared; concerning hearing of the curates, owning of the present tyranny, taking of ensoaring oaths and bonds, frequenting of field-meetings, defensive resistance of tyrannical violence, with several other subordinate questions useful for these times. By Mr. Alexander Shiels, minister of the Gospel, in St. Andrews.
|A letter concerning the due boundaries of chr[istian] fellowship; specially, with whom 'tis lawful to join in divine worship, and from whom 'tis duty to withdraw : Written to the prisoners for conscience, in Dunnottar-Castle, who then were many, in summer 1685. By Mr. Alexander Shields, preacher of the Gospel, then prisoner at Ediburgh. Deligently compared with the best manuscripts.
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