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Author: Powel, Gabriel, 1576-1611.
Title: A refutation of an epistle apologeticall written by a puritan-papist to perswade the permission of the promiscuous vse and profession of all sects and heresies wherein the vnlawfulnesse and danger of such wicked licence is fully declared by auctoritie of Scriptures, canons, councels, fathers, lawes of Christian emperours, and iudgement of reason. Together with the punishment of heretiques and idolaters.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A refutation of an epistle apologeticall written by a puritan-papist to perswade the permission of the promiscuous vse and profession of all sects and heresies wherein the vnlawfulnesse and danger of such wicked licence is fully declared by auctoritie of Scriptures, canons, councels, fathers, lawes of Christian emperours, and iudgement of reason. Together with the punishment of heretiques and idolaters.
Powel, Gabriel, 1576-1611.

London: Printed by Arnold Hatfield for Thomas Man Iunior dwelling in Pater-noster-Row at the signe of the Talbot, 1605.
Alternate titles: Refutation of an epistle apologeticall written by a puritan-papist to perswade the permission of the promiscuous use and profession of all sects and heresies Refutation of an epistle apologeticall written by a puritan-papist to perswade the permission of the promiscuous use and profession of all sects and heresies.
Notes:
"To the Christian reader" signed: Gabriel Powel.
A reprinting of and reply to the anonymous: An epistle, or apologie, of a true, and charitable brother of the Reformed Church.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Epistle, or apologie, of a true, and charitable brother of the Reformed Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Puritans -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Religious tolerance -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09885.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Christian Reader.
The vnlawfulnesse and danger of Toleration of diuers Religions, and Conniuency to contrarie Wor∣ship in one Monarchie or Kingdome.
CHAP. I. ¶ Of the diuersitie of Opinions concerning Pacification.
CHAP. II. Reasons against Toleration and Permission of diuers Religions, out of the Old Testament.
CHAP. III. Reasons against Toleration and Permission of diuers Religions out of the New Testament.
CHAP. IIII. Reasons against Toleration and Permission of di∣uerse Religions, out of the Ancient Canons, Councels and writings of the Fathers of the Primitiue Church.
CHAP. V. Reasons against Toleration and Permission of diuers Religions, from the ancient Fa∣thers practise and carriage in their examplar liues.
CHAP. VI. Reasons against Toleration and Permission of di∣uerse Religions, from the Acts, Lawes, Con∣stitutions, Rescripts, Decrees and Edicts of Christian Emperours.
CHAP. VII. That most of these Lawes against Toleration and mixture of diuers Religions, were promulgated at the instance and request of the Auncient Fathers. And that when the Emperours began to slacke the execution of Iustice, to be indulgent and to collude with Heretiques, they were either greatlie bla∣med, or, at least, admonished by them. Also the Cause wherefore some Emperours were more conniuent and indulgent towards Heretiques.
CHAP. VIII. Of the certaine danger, mischiefe, inconueniences and confusions, which Toleration and mixture of diuers Religions bringeth vnto the Common-wealth. And how the iudgements of God prosecuted such Magistrates as permitted licencious profession, and also the Common-weales wherein such dissolutenesse hath beene exercised.
CHAP. IX. A Consideration of an Epistle apologeticall written by a Puritane-Papist, in fauour of Protestants, Papists, and those of the Reformation.
CHAP. X Of the Punishment which ought to be inflicted vpon Heretiques and Idolaters.
The Chapters of this Booke.