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Author: Osiander, Lucas, 1571-1638.
Title: A manuell or briefe volume of controuersies of religion betweene the Protestants and the Papists wherein the arguments of both sides are briefely set downe, and the aduersaries sophismes are plainely refuted. Written in Latine in a briefe and perspicuous method by Lucas Osiander, and now Englished with some additions and corrections.
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Print source: A manuell or briefe volume of controuersies of religion betweene the Protestants and the Papists wherein the arguments of both sides are briefely set downe, and the aduersaries sophismes are plainely refuted. Written in Latine in a briefe and perspicuous method by Lucas Osiander, and now Englished with some additions and corrections.
Osiander, Lucas, 1571-1638.

At London: Printed by Humfrey Lownes, 1606.
Alternate titles: Enchiridion controversiarum. English Enchiridion controversiarum. Manuell of briefe volume of controversies of religion betweene the Protestants and the Papists.
Notes:
A translation of: Osiander, Lucas. Enchiridion controversiarum.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Anabaptists -- Germany -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08562.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
A Table of the Chapters and Questions.
A Manuell or briefe volume of Controuersies, betweene the Protestants and the Papists.
CHAP. 1. Of the holy Scriptures.
REASONS.
The Position of our Aduersaries.
Their reasons are.
Hence arise these questions following.
The first question.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason thus.
Answer, 1.
Answer. 1.
Answer.
Question 2.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason thus.
Question, 3.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason thus.
CHAP. 2.
Contrariwise our aduersaries reason thus:
CHAP. 3
Reasons prouing our opinion.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe argue.
CHAP, 4. Of Traditions.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe argue.
CHAP. 5. Of the Letter and the Spirit.
Contrarily our Aduersaries doe argue.
Answer. 1.
CHAP. 6. Of Councells.
Contrarily thus our Aduersaryes reason thus.
Answere.
CHAP. 7. Of the Church.
Question. 1.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason thus.
On the contrarie side that we haue the Church of God with vs we proue
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do reason thus.
Question, 2 Whether we must grant that there is an inui∣sible Church.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason.
Answer. 1.
Answer. 1.
Question. 3. Whether the Church may erre.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason thus.
CHAP 8. Of the Bishop of Rome
Question, 1
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason.
Question. 2.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
Now in the second place, let vs treate also ofthe power of knowledge, or domi∣nion of faith.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason thus.
Question, 3
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason thus.
Question. 4.
1. Not in doctrine.
2, Peter and the Bishops of Rome differ very much in manners.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
Answer, 1.
An other (or the first) Question, coincident with the former.
CHA. 9 Of Freewill.
QVESTION 1.
Answer. 1.
QVESTION, 1. Of Originall sinne.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries reason: thus.
QVESTION 3. Of the workes of infidels.
Contrariwise our aduersaries do reason thus,
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
CHAP. 10. Of Iustification.
Question: 1.
Contrariwise our aduersaries do reason.
QVESTION, 2, Whether the grace of Iustification bee bestowed equally vpon all them, that be iustified.
Contrariwise our aduersaries do reason thus
Question: 3.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do argue thus.
Answere.
Question: 4.
(1) The Gospell of Iohn.
(2) The Acts of the Apostles.
(3) The Epistle to the Romanes.
(4) The first Epistle to the Corinthians
(5) The Epistle to the Galatians.
(6) The Epistle to the Ephesians.
(7) The Epistle to the Philippians.
(8) The Epistle to the Hebrewes.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe argue.
QVESTION. 5.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do reason.
CHAP. 11. Of Faith.
Question, 1.
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe reason,
Contrariwise our aduersaries reason,
Contrariwise our aduersaries do reason thus
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe reason,
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
Question: 2. Of the certainetie of saluation:
CHAP. 12. Of good Workes,
Question: 1.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
Answere.
Question: 2.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason:
Answere, 1.
QVESTION, 3.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason thus
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe reason,
CHAP. 13. Of Renovation, or Regeneration, and the obedi∣ence, which is begun in the iustified and the regenerate.
QVESTION. 1.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
QVESTION. 2.
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe reason thus.
Answere, 1.
CHAP. 14: Of the Number of the Sacraments.
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe reason,
Answere 1.
Answere 1.
Answere,
A particular Examination of the fiue Papisticall Sacraments.
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe reason.
1 Confirmation:
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
Answere. 1.
(2) Penance;
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
Answer. 1.
Answere.
(3) Order.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason thus.
4. Matrimonie.
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe dispute.
(5) Extreame vnction.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
Answer. 1.
CHAP. 15. Of Transsubstantiation.
Contrariwise our aduersaries doe dispute.
Answere.
Answere.
Heere follow certaine shiftes of our Aduersaries.
CHAP. 16. Of the adoration, inclusion, and carying about of the Eucharist: as also of the Sacraments out of their vse.
Question. 1.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
Answere. 1.
Answere. 1.
Answere. 1.
Question. 2.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
QVESTION, 3.
CHAP. 17. Of the Masse.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
Answer. 1.
Answer.
Answere.
Answer.
Answere. 1:
Answer. 1.
An appendix of other abuses of the Masse.
Contrariwise our aduersaries do dispute.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
Answere. 1:
Answer. 1.
Answere. 1.
Answer.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do reason thus.
Answere. 1.
Answere. 1.
CHAP. 18. Of Communion vnder one kind.
Contrariwise our aduersarie do dispute.
Ans, 1,
Answer, 1,
Answere. 1.
Answere.
CHAP. 19. Of Purgatorie.
Question: 1.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do reason.
Answ, 1,
Answ. 1.
Answ. 1.
QVESTION, 2.
Contrariwise our aduersaries do dispute.
Answer, 1,
Answ, 1.
CHAP. 20. Of the Inocation of Saints.
QVESTION, 1.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do dispute.
QVESTION, 2.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason thus.
Answ. 1.
Answ. 1.
QVESTION, 3.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do dispute.
CHAP. 21. Of the Single life, and Vowes of Eccle∣siasticall persons.
Question. 1.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do dispute.
Ans, 1,
Answ, 1,
Answ, 1,
Answ. 1.
Question, 2.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do dispute.
Answ. 1.
Heere follow certaine other generall arguments of our Aduersaries for the prerogatiue. of single life.
Answ, 1.
Ans, 1,
Question. 3.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe dispute.
CHAP. 22. Of the Popish Fastes.
(1) Error 1
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
(2) Error.
(3) Error.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do dispute.
(4) Error.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries doe reason.
(5) Error.
(6) Error.
The iudgment of the holy Ghost of such man∣ner of Fastes.
A Popish shifte.
CHAP. 23. Of Repentance.
(1) Error.
(2) Errour.
(3) Error.
(4) Errour.
(5) Errour.
Contrariwise our Aduersaries do dispute.
The Conclusion.