A preservative against popery : in several select discourses upon the principal heads of controversy between Protestants and papists: written and published by the most eminent divines of the Church of England, chiefly in the reign of King James II.
By: Gibson, Edmund [ed].Material type: TextPublisher: London : Printed for H. Knaplock, 1738Description: 3 v. ; 36 cm.Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Protestant authors | Catholic Church -- England | Church of England -- History | Early printed books -- 18th century
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Vol. 3 has imprint: London, Printed for J. Walthoe [etc.] [1738?]
v. 1. Of the English reformation. Against the doctrine of papal supremacy. Of the Catholick church. The popich rule of faith examined and disproved. The Protestant rule of faith explained and vindicated -- v. 2. The worship of the church of Rome justly condemned. The popish doctrine concerning the sacraments, confuted. The popish methods for the pardon of sin, groundless. An appendix, containing some general discourses against popery -- v. 3. The doctrines in dispute between the Church of England and the church of Rome, truly represented. Examination of the doctrines contained in the new creed of Pope Pius IV. The authority of general councils examined. and Roman forgeries therein, detected. The Virgin Mary truly represented, against the inventions and misrepresentations of papists. Arts and practices of missionaries and papists discovered, and laid open. Appendix. General discourses against popery.
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