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Author: Almond, Oliver.
Title: The vncasing of heresie, or, The anatomie of protestancie. Written and composed by O.A.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The vncasing of heresie, or, The anatomie of protestancie. Written and composed by O.A.
Almond, Oliver.

[Douai: Printed by Pierre Auroi] Cum licentia superiorum, Anno DC.XXIII. [sic, i.e. 1623]
Alternate titles: Uncasing of heresie Uncasing of heresie, or, The anatomie of protestancie. Anatomie of protestancie.
Notes:
O.A. = Oliver Almond.
Printer's name and address from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Protestantism -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A01858.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
summary
THE CONTENCE of the first Chapter.
The contents of the second Chapter.
The contence of the third Chapter.
The contence of the fourth Chapter.
TO THE RIGHT worshipfull Doctors: to the Worshipfull Maisters: and to the worthie Students of the Vniuersitie of Oxford.
THE VNCASING OF HERESIE. OR THE ANATOMIE OF PROTESTANCIE.
CHAPTER I. That Luther, Caluin, Zuinglius, and all other prime-doctors of Protestanisme, were (by their owne confessions baptized and brought vp, in the now Roman Re∣ligion; and onely by their apostacies, gaue life and being to Protestancie. And that Protestant Martyrologies, Callendars, and genealogicall tables, consist either of confessed Papists, knowne schismatikes, detested heretikes, wicked Atheists, ac∣cursed Magitians, sacrilegious thieues, or notorious traitours.
CHAPTER II. That all the chiefe doctrines and principles of Protestancie, are old condemned here∣sies; and that the most damned heresies that euer were hatched in any age, haue bene cherished, fostered, and defended by the chiefe Doctors in the Protestant Church.
CHAPTER III. That the Protestants (especially those of the Caluinean sect) beleeue aright, no one Article of the Apostles Creede: Euident∣lie proued out of their best Doctors, and their owne mutual confessions.
ARTICLE I. I beleeue in God the Father Almightie, maker of Heauen and Earth.
ARTICLE II. And in IESVS CHRIST his only Sonne our LORD.
ARTICLE III. Which was conceiued by the Holy Ghost; borne of the Vir∣gin MARIE.
ARTICLE IIII. He suffered vnder Pontius Pilate, was crucified dead & buried.
ARTICLE V. He descended into hell, the third day he rose againe frō the dead.
ARTICLE VI. He ascended into Heauen, and sitteth at the right hand of God the Father Almightie.
ARTICLE VII. From thence he shall come to Iudge both the quicke and the dead.
ARTICLE VIII. I beleeue in the Holie Ghost:
ARTICLE IX. I beleeue the Catholike Church, the Communion of Saints.
ARTICLE X. I beleeue the remission of sinnes.
ARTICLE XI. I beleeue the Resurrection of the bodie.
ARTICLE XII. And the life euerlasting.
CHAPTER IV. That the god of the Protestants, especially those of the Caluino-Puritan sect, ac∣cording to their chiefe doctrines, and the famous confessions of some of the same fraternitie, is no other but a diuell of Hell.