The Meaning of “For Christ’s Crown and Covenant”

Under Construction

 

 

‘For Christ’s Crown and Covenanter’

1639 first use of ‘For Christ’s Crown and Covenant’

http://rpc.org/page/bluebanner

Informatory Declaration Christ’s crown is always the Church

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?ALLSELECTED=1&xc=1&g=eebogroup&type=simple&rgn=full+text&q1=christ%27s+crown&cite1=&cite1restrict=author&cite2=&cite2restrict=author&Submit=Search&c=eebo&c=eebo2

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?ALLSELECTED=1&xc=1&g=eebogroup&type=simple&rgn=full+text&q1=christs+crown&cite1=&cite1restrict=author&cite2=&cite2restrict=author&Submit=Search&c=eebo&c=eebo2

In Sanquar document, ‘crown’ appears to refer to Church

 

‘Let King Jesus arise and all of his enemies be scattered’

‘Let King Jesus arise and all of his enemies be scattered’

All attributing of the civil magistrate under Christ from the National Covenants, etc, must be regarded as untrue.

In the document the “Master’s Crown” and the “prerogative royal of our only Kingly Lawgiver” is equated with