Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity - Vol. 2

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Of the Laws of
Ecclesiastical Polity

Richard Hooker

Introductions; Commentary
Books V-VIII

W. Speed Hill
General Editor

with the assistance of
Egil Grislis

John E. Booty, Georges Edelen,
Lee W. Gibbs, William P. Haugaard &
Arthur Stephen McGrade
Contributing Editors

MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE TEXTS & STUDIES
Binghamton, New York
1993

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Commentary Books V-VIII 651
  • Book V 653
  • Book VI 833
  • Book VII 895
  • Book VIII 985
  • Fragments from the Trinity College, Dublin, Ms 120 1049
  • Supplement I - The Causes of the Continuance of These Contentions concerning Church Government 1053
  • Supplement II - Hooker’s Autograph Notes from Trinity College, Dublin, Ms 364, Fols. 69-84 1055
  • Index to Scriptural References 1101
  • Bibliography 1157
  • Secondary 1205
  • Glossary - (Volumes 1–5) 1209
  • Errata and Corrigenda 1241
  • Addenda 1247
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