De jure laicorum sacerdotali, ex sententiâ Tertulliani aliorumque veterum dissertatio. Adversùs anonymum dissertatorem, Henry Dodwell.
De jure laicorum sacerdotali, ex sententiâ Tertulliani aliorumque veterum dissertatio. Adversùs anonymum dissertatorem,

De jure laicorum sacerdotali, ex sententiâ Tertulliani aliorumque veterum dissertatio. Adversùs anonymum dissertatorem,

London: Benj. Took, 1635 (i.e., 1685). First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. (ii),406pp. Contemporary full calf. Spine in 5 compartments with raised bands, boards ruled in blind with blind tooling at the corners; edges stained red. The title page reads MDCXXXV, but has been altered in ink to show the correct imprint date: MDCLXXXV. Hinges and boards at the hinge sides have been mended and patched; wear to the edges and spine tips, else a good copy. With an old seminary bookplate on the front paste down.


One of Dodwell's many theological treatises, this one taking the side of Patavius on the subject of the priesthood of the laity and the celebration of the Eucharist where pastors are absent.


See Goode, The Divine Rule, II, 54; Bomberger, Protestant Theological and Ecclesiastical Encyclopedia, II, 124. Wing D1804B; ESTC R42697.

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Price: $175.00

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