Author:Robert Baillie

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Robert Baillie
(1602–1662)
Scottish presbyterian divine

Works[edit]

  • Antidote against Arminianism (1641)
  • The Unlawfulness and Danger of a Limited Prelacie and Episcopacie (1641)
  • A Parallel or Briefe Comparison of the Liturgie with the Masse-Book, the Breviarie, the Ceremoniall, and other Romish Ritualls (1641)
  • Ladensium αὐτοκατάκρισις, an answer to Lysimachus Nicanor, an attack on Laud and his system, in reply to a publication which charged the Covenanters with Jesuitry (1641)
  • The Canterburian's Self-Conviction; or an Evident Demonstration of the avowed Arminianisme, Poperie, and Tyrannie of that Faction, by their owne Confessions; with a Postscript to the Personat Jesuite Lysimachus Nicauor (1641)
  • The Life of William (Laud) now Lord Archbishop of Canterbury Examined (1643)
  • Satan the Leader in Chief to all who resist the Reparation of Sins; as it was cleared in a Sermon to the Honourable House of Commons at their late Slemn Fast (1643)
  • Errours and Induration are the great Sins and the great Judgments of the Time; preached in a Sermon before the Right Honourable the House of Peers in the Abbey Church of Westminster (1645)
  • An Historicall Vindication of the Government of the Church of Scotland, from the manifold base Calumnies which the most malignant of the Prelates did invent of old, and now lately have been published with great industry in two pamphlets at London: the one intituled "Issachars Burden," &c., written and published at Oxford by John Maxwell, a Scottish Prelate, &c. (1646)
  • A Dissuasive from the Errours of the Time; wherein the Tenets of the Principall Sects, especially of the Independents, are drawn together in a Map (1645-6)
  • Anabaptism, the True Fountaine of Independency, Brownisme, Antinomy, Familisme, &c., or a Second Part of the Dissuasive from the Errours of the Time (1647)
  • A Review of Dr. Bramhall, late Bishop of Londonderry, his Faire Warning against the Scotes Disciplin (1649)
  • A Scotch Antidote against the English Infection of Arminianism (1652)
  • The Dissuasive from the Errours of the Time, vindicated from the Exceptions of Mr. Cotton and Mr. Tombes (1655)
  • Opus Historicum et Chronologicum (1663)
  • Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie (1637–1662) (1841-2), in 3 vols.

Works about Baillie[edit]

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