A Collection of Several Treatises in Answer to Dr. Stillingfleet; Viz. 1. Fanaticism Fanatically Imputed by Him to the Catholick Church. 2. the Roman Church's Devotions Vindicated. 3. of Indulgences. 4. His Protestant-Principles Considered

A Collection of Several Treatises in Answer to Dr. Stillingfleet; Viz. 1. Fanaticism Fanatically Imputed by Him to the Catholick Church. 2. the Roman Church's Devotions Vindicated. 3. of Indulgences. 4. His Protestant-Principles Considered

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1672 edition. Excerpt: ...per 'Sacramentufn Paniteam'a, _ine magnis na_/fm jle-: " 1 --nba.; U fueiuris. And in the Councils mentioning bona here, it is flzrange tb what contrary errors and feducements the Roman Church is impeached by het Adverfaries. ' Heretofore her Religion was decried, 'for that Catholirks held Jultitication by, and truiied for Salvation in, the merit of their goed works: K that they denied; but didn them with a faulty intention-, and Rar ' end. And two of Bellurmirh five Books of udiification are written againii: Proteftants in defence ofthe '), and ofthe, of goed Worley, and the Poiiibility of the obferving Gods Commands, as to a CelTati on from all Mortal fin.; But now they are af the other fide; and now Catholicka did rhein indeed, this was not purpofe, but a&ual celfation from all mortal iin fo long, as there. is any continuance ofthe Per-, fon in fnch a liate.; 11:: 1111 manner the 'Pratessant _Clergy deal with Sinners. Coniider we now the Raman-Catholick way. Here the Eccleiiaitical Governors require of one fallen from his Baptifmal Grace by Mortal Sin in the Gril: place Repentance; i.e. not only an hearty forrow for offending God; but alfo aiirm refolution of a new life; butithen', exaa alfo belidestlais, Ifay, for fuch Mortal fin, (which only, and not Venial (ins, as thofe called by Dr. Ham._ ' furreption, ..show more

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  • English
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  • 1236819047
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