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Edward Stillingfleet
(1635–1699)
British theologian and scholar
Edward Stillingfleet

WorksEdit

  • Origines Sacræ: or, A rational account of the grounds of Christian faith, as to the truth and divine authority of the Scriptures, and the matters therein contained (1662)
  • Irenicum, a weapon-salve for the churches wounds; or, The divine right of particular forms of church-government ... with an appendix concerning the power of excommunication in a Christian church (1662)
  • A Rational Account of the Grounds of the Protestant Religion; being a Vindication of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury's “Relation of a Conference between him and John Fisher the Jesuit,” from the Pretended Answer of T. C. (1664)
  • Sermon Preached Beforethe Honourable House of Commons (1666)
  • A sermon preach'd before the King Feb. 24. 1674/5 (1675)
  • The unreasonableness of separation; or, An impartial account of the history, nature, and pleas of the present separation from the communion of the Church of England. (1681)
  • Of the nature of superstition : a sermon preached at St. Dunstans West, March 31, MDCLXXXII (1682)
  • Origines Britannicæ: or, The antiquities of the British churches. With a preface concerning some pretended antiquities relating to Britain, in vindication of the Bishop of St. Asaph (1685)
  • The doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome truly represented; in answer to a book intituled, A Papist misrepresented, and represented, &c (1686)
  • The Bishop of Worcester's charge to the clergy of his diocese in his primary visitation, begun at Worcester, Sept. 11, 1690 (1691)
  • The works of the eminent and most learned prelate Dr. Edw. Stillingfleet, late Lord Bishop of Worchester: together with his life and character (1710), in 6 vols.
  • Discourse of the True Antiquity of London’ ( )
  • Ecclesiastical Cases (1695)
  • Miscellaneous Discourses on Several Occasions (1735)

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