The power of the Christ of God, or, A treatise of povver, as it is originally in God the Father, and by him given to Christ his Sonne
The power of the Christ of God, or, A treatise of povver, as it is originally in God the Father, and by him given to Christ his Sonne: and that considered, as either 1 reserved and kept in his owne hands. 2 committed by him to others, whether, 1 ecclesiasticall, for the good, and government of his church, or, 2 politicall, for the guidance of common-wealthes: together with, 3 the power permitted 1 of the Pope, and his locusts. 2 of the Turke, and his armies. In principles and conclusions, gathered out of Holy Scripture.Published by order of the Committee of the House of Commons, for licencing of bookes, &c. By Richard Byfield, pastor in Long-Ditton, Surrey.
City of Publication
printed by R. Cotes for Jo. Bellamie, and Ralph Smith, dwelling at the signe of the three Golden Lyons, in Corn-hill neer the Royall Exchange, 1641.
Wing (2nd ed., 1994), B6392; Thomason, E.170; ESTC Citation R9339
, 46 p.,  lead of plates : table; 4⁰.