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Author: Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605.
Title: An euident display of Popish practises, or patched Pelagianisme. Wherein is mightelie cleared the soueraigne truth of Gods eternall predestination, the stayd groundworke of oure most assured safetie by Christ. Written in Latin by that reuerend father, mayster Theodore Beza, and now lately Englished by VV.H. preacher of the Gospell.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An euident display of Popish practises, or patched Pelagianisme. Wherein is mightelie cleared the soueraigne truth of Gods eternall predestination, the stayd groundworke of oure most assured safetie by Christ. Written in Latin by that reuerend father, mayster Theodore Beza, and now lately Englished by VV.H. preacher of the Gospell.
Bèze, Théodore de, 1519-1605., Hopkinson, William,

At London: Imprinted by Ralph Newberie, and Henry Bynnyman, Anno. 1578.
Alternate titles: Evident display of Popish practises, or patched Pelagianisme Display of popish practises. Evident display of Popish practises, or patched Pelagianisme.
Notes:
Dedication signed: VVilliam Hopkinson.
Identified as STC 2018a on UMI microfilm.
Running title reads: A display of popish practises.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Predestination -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09918.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the right reuerende fa∣ther in Christ, Iohn, by the proui∣dence of God Bishop of London, VV. H. wisheth increase of that grace which hath promises of this life and the life to come.
¶ THE PREFACE OF the Slaunders against the Doctrine of Iohn Caluin, (or rather of euery faithfull Congregation) of the secrete Prouidence of God.
answer
The title of the Slaunders.
ANSVVERE.
The first Article, that is, the firste Slaunder.
REFVTATION.
The Sicophantes Arguments agaynst the first Article.
REFVTATION.
An other of the Slaunderers Argumentes.
REFVTATION.
An other of the Slaunderers Arguments.
REFVTATION.
An other of the Slaunderers Argumentes.
REFVTATION.
Other arguments of the slaunderer.
REFVTATION.
Another Argument of the Sclaunderer.
REFVTATION.
An other of the Slaunderers Argumentes.
REFVTATION.
Another Argument of the Sclaunderers.
REFVTATION.
An other Argument of the Sycophantes.
REFVTATION.
An other of the Sycophantes Argumentes.
REFVTATION.
The second sclaunder.
The censure of the Sycophant.
THE REFVTATION.
The thirde sclauuder.
THE AVNSVVERE.
The Sycophantes first Argumente to the thirde Sclaunder.
REFVTATION.
The seconde Argument of the Sycophante to the thirde Slaunder.
REFVTATION.
The Sycophants third Argument to the thirde Slaunder.
REFVTATION.
The Sycophants fourth Argument to the thirde slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophantes fifth Argumente to the thirde Slaunder.
REFVTATION.
The Sycophants sixth Argument to the thirde slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants seauenth Argument to the thirde Slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants eight Argument to the thirde slaunder.
REFVTATION.
The fourth Slaunder.
THE ANSVVERE.
The Sycophants arguments to the fourth Slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The fifth Slaunder.
THE AVNSVVER.
The sixth Slaunder.
THE AVNSVVER.
The Sycophants Arguments to the fifth and sixth Sclaunder.
THE AVNSVVERE.
The seauenth Slaunder.
THE AVNSVVERE.
The Arguments of the lying Sycophant, to the seauenth flaunder.
REFVTATION.
The Sycophantes second Argument to the seauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants third Argument to the seauenth slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants third Argument.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophantes fourth Argument to the seauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants fifth Argument to the seauenth slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants sixth Argument to the seauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants seauenth Argument to the seauenth Slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants eyght Argument to the seauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants ninth Argument to the seauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants tenth Argument to the seauenth Slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The eigth Sclaunder.
THE AVNSVVERE.
The ninth Sclaunder.
THE AVNSVVERE.
The Sycophants Argumentes to the eight and ninth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The tenth Slaunder.
THE AVNSVVERE.
The Sycophants Argument to the tenth Slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The second Argument of the Sycophant to the tenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The eleuenth Sclaunder.
THE AVNSVVER.
The Sclaunderers Argumentes to the eleauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Second and third argument to the eleuenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Slaunderers fourth argument to the eleuenth Slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sclaunderers fifth Argument to the eleauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sclaunderers sixth Argument to the eleauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants seuenth Argument to the eleuenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION,
The Sycophants eighth Argument to the eleauenth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The twelfth Sclaunder.
The Sclaunderers Arguments to the twelfth Sclaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The thirtenth Sclaunder.
The fourtenth Sclaunder.
THE AVNSVVER.
The Sycophants first Argument to the thirtenth and fourtenth slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants second Argumente to the thirtenth and fourtenth slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The Sycophants third Argument to the thirtenth and fourtenth slaunder.
THE REFVTATION.
The nature of the false God, by the false supposition of the Sclaunderer.
The nature of the true God, after the opinion of the Sclaunderer.
THE REFVTATION.
The conclusion of the Sycophants Sclaunders.
THE AVNSVVERE.
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