Q. 2. May the oath of supremacy be lawfully taken, in which
the king is pronounced supreme governor in all causes, as
well ecclesiastical as civil? ...,
Q. 3. Doth not this give the pastor's power to the magistrate? ibid.
Q. 4. Hath the king power of church discipline and excom-
> Q. 5. If kings and bishops differ, which must be obeyed?..
Q. 6. Is he obliged to suffer, who is not obliged to obey?.. 64
Of Admonition of Rulers
Q. 1. Whether the sound authors of politics be against mo-
Q. 2. Whether civilians be against it?..
Q. 3. Are historians against it? Greek, Roman, or Christian? ibid.
Q. 4. Whether Athens, Rome, Aristotle, philosophers, acade-
mies be against it?....
Q. 5. Are divines and church discipline against it?
Q. 6. Are Scripture and Christianity against it?
Q. Are Papists, Prelatists, and Puritans against it?
Bilson's and Andrews's Vindication of the Puritans
Christianity is the greatest help to government ..
Q. Whether man's laws bind the conscience?...
Q. Is it a sin to break every law of man? More fully an-