Author:Thomas Gataker

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Thomas Gataker
(1574–1654)

Works[edit]

  • Of the Nature and Use of Lots (1619)
  • A Just Defence (of the preceding, against J. Balmford and E. Elton) (1623)
  • A Discourse of Transubstantiation (1624)
  • Certaine Sermons (1637, fol. (a collection, most having been separately printed).
  • Antithesis (1638)
  • Francisci Gomari Disputationis … Elenchus (1640)
  • Animadversiones in J. Piscatoris et L. Lucii … de causa … justificationis (1641)
  • Master Anthony Wotton's Defence (1641)
  • A True Relation of Passages between Master Wotton and Master Walker (1642)
  • An Answer to Master George Walker's Vindication (1642)
  • De Nomine Tetragrammato (1645)
  • De Diphthongis (1646)
  • A Mistake … removed … answer to … a treatise of Mr. J. Saltmarsh (1646)
  • Shadows without Substance (1646)
  • De Novi Instrumenti Stylo Dissertatio (1648)
  • Mysterious Clouds and Mists (1648)
  • God's Holy Minde touching Matters Morall (1648)
  • Cinnus, sive Adversaria Miscellanea (1651)
  • Marci Antonini De Rebus Suis (1652)
  • De Baptismatis Infantilis Vi … disceptatio … inter … S. Wardium … et T. Gatakerum (1652)
  • Vindication of the Annotations … against … W. Lillie, J. Swan, and another (1653)
  • A Discours Apologetical, wherein Lilies lewd and lowd Lies … are cleerly laid open (1654)
  • Adversaria Miscellanea (1659)
  • An Antidote against Errour concerning Justification (1670)
  • The Life and Death of Master William Bradshaw in Clarke's ‘Lives of Thirty-two English Divines,’ (1677)

Works about Gataker[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1927 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.