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PART FIRST: ON THE QUESTIONS BETWEEN THE CHURCH

OF ENGLAND AND THE CHURCH OF ROME.

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I. A SERIOUS DISSUASION FROM POPERY. To W. D. RE."
VOLTED, &c. ..........

..................................... 3

II. NO PEACE WITH ROME. WHEREIN IS PROVED, THAT, AS

TERSIS NOW STAND, THERE CAN BE NO RECONCILIATION

OF THE REFORMED RELIGION WITH THE ROMISH: AND

THAT THE ROMANISTS ARE IN ALL THÉ FAULT. WRITTEN

FIRST IN LATIN, AND NOW ENGLISHED.

Dedication to the True, Sound, and Holy Church of God.............

Opinion of George Cassander

INTRODUCTION:

Sect. 1. THE STATE OF THE NOW ROMAN CHURCH 29

Sect. 2. THE COMMODITIES AND CONDITIONS OF

PEACE..................

...............

Chap. I. Impossibility of Reconciliation, from the OBSTI-

NATE AND ADVERSE DISPOSITION OF THE

ROMANISTS...............

................. 33

Chap. II. Impossibility of Reconciliation, from the NATURE

OF THE MATTERS CONTROVERTED.

Sect, 1. FROM THE IMPURATION OR CORRUPTION

OF THE ROMAN CHURCH..............

Sect. 2. FROM THE WILFUL FABLE OF THE Pope's

INFALLIBILITY..........

Sect. 3. FROM THOSE OPINIONS OF THE ROMAN-

ISTS, WHICH CHIEFLY RESPECT MEN:-

Concerning

(1.) Justification................. ... ... ... ... ... .........

(2.) Free-Will..........................................

(3.) Merits........................... ...........

(4.) Satisfaction.....................................

(5.) Purgatory .............

(6.) Indulgences and Pardons........

(7.) Mortal and Venial Sins........
Sect. 4. FROM THOSE OPINIONS OF THE ROMAN-

ISTS, WHICH CHIEFLY RESPECT Gon:-

(1.) Concerning Scripture: .....

[1.] Its Canon............

[2.] Its Insufficiency..............................

[3.] Its Authority.................................

(2.) Concerning the person and Offices of Christ:

[1.] Against his Person, are

(å.) Transubstantiation.......

(b.) The Multi-presence of his Body 64

[2.] Against his Priestly Office, are

(a.) The Sacrifice of the Mass........

(b.) The Number of Mediators, and

the Invocation of Saints.

(3.) Concerning the Superstitious, Heathenish,

and Ridiculous Worship of the Papists.. 69

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