A seasonable discourse, wherein is examined what is lawful during the confusions and revolutions of government :
especially in the case of a king deserting his kingdoms, and how far a man may lawfully conform to the powers and commands of those, who with various successes hold kingdoms : whether it be lawful, I. In paying taxes. II. In personal service. III. In taking oaths. IV. In giving himself up to a final allegiance : as also, whether the nature of war be inconsistent with the nature of the Christian religion.
|Main Author:||Ascham, Antony, -1650.|
London : Printed, and are to be sold by Rich. Janeway, in Queens-Head Court in Pater-Noster Row, 1689.
War / Religious aspects /
War / Religious aspects / Christianity /
Early works to 1800.
Government, Resistance to > Government, Resistance to / Early works to 1800.
, 72 p. ;
23 cm (4to)
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