Freedom of religious worship, or, The Iubilee of ordinances now all for free from their long bondage under the pænall laws, statutes, and ordinances of men : wherein is held forth, that worldly governments (parilamentary [sic] or military) have nothing to doe in the churches of Christ, neither ought to impose upon any, in any matters of faith or worship : and that the churches have nothing to doe with the governments of the world, but onely to submit to them, Rom. 13. [1?]. though in the hands of wicked men, and unbeleevers

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