|Title:||A rejoynder unto William Malone's reply to the first article. Wherein the founders of unwritten traditions are confounded, out of the sure foundation of Scripture, and the true tradition of the Church. By Roger Puttocke, minister of Gods word at Novan.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A rejoynder unto William Malone's reply to the first article. Wherein the founders of unwritten traditions are confounded, out of the sure foundation of Scripture, and the true tradition of the Church. By Roger Puttocke, minister of Gods word at Novan.
Printed at Dublin: By [William Bladen for] the Company of Stationers, anno Domini 1632.
|Alternate titles:||Rejoynder to Fryar Malone touching traditions.|
A reply to: Malone, William. A reply to Mr. James Ussher his answere.
Actual printer's name from STC.
Running title reads: A rejoynder to Fryar Malone touching traditions.
With a final errata leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Some print slightly faded, and page 198 marked, with slight loss of print.
Malone, William, -- 1586-1656. -- Reply to Mr. James Ussher his answere -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Bible -- Evidences, authority, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Tradition (Theology) -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE THOMAS LORD VICE-COVNT VVENTVVORTH, LORD DEPVTIE GENERALL of the Kingdome of IRELAND, LORD PRESIDENT of his MAIESTIES Councell established in the North parts of England, and one of the Lords of his MAIESTIES most Honourable Privie Councell.
TO THE READER.
A REIOYNDER TO FRYAR MALONE touching Traditions.
SECT. I. The Iesuite shrinketh from the Question.
SECT. II. VVhether Christ and his Apostles delivered unto the Church many things which are not written.
SECT. III. VVhether unwritten Traditions are of equall authoritie with the written word.
SECT. IIII. Of the nature, and quality of unwrit∣ten Traditions.
SECT. V. The Iesuite useth most silly shifts in an∣swering the Scripture which is produced against unwrit∣ten Traditions.
SECT. VI. VVherein the Iesuite produceth senselesse exceptions against the Iury of the Fathers, giving their ver∣dict against him.
SECT. VII. Of the originall of unwritten Traditions.
SECT: VIII. [For what cause all Heretickes have beene accustomed to reject Apostolicall Traditions.]
SECT. IX. The vvhole summe of the Iesuit's Re∣ply being cast up, the remain∣der is nothing.
Faults to be amended.