|Author:||Rogers, Henry, ca. 1585-1658.|
|Title:||An answer to Mr. Fisher the Iesuite, his fiue propositions concerning Luther. By Mr. Rogers, that worthy Oxford diuine. VVith some passages also of the said Mr. Rogers with the said Mr. Fisher. Hereunto is annexed Mr. VV.C. his dialogue of the said argument, wherein is discouered Fishers folly.|
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An answer to Mr. Fisher the Iesuite, his fiue propositions concerning Luther. By Mr. Rogers, that worthy Oxford diuine. VVith some passages also of the said Mr. Rogers with the said Mr. Fisher. Hereunto is annexed Mr. VV.C. his dialogue of the said argument, wherein is discouered Fishers folly.
Rogers, Henry, ca. 1585-1658., Crashaw, William, 1572-1626.
[London?]: Printed, M.DC.XXIII. 
|Alternate titles:||Answer to Mr. Fisher the Jesuite, his five propositions concerning Luther Answer to Mr. Fisher the Jesuite, his five propositions concerning Luther. Dialogue concerning this question, Where was your church before Luther and Calvin. Dialogue concerning this question, VVhere was your church before Luther and Caluin.|
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"A dialogue concerning this question, VVhere was your church before Luther and Caluin" by William Crashaw has separate dated title page; register and pagination are continuous.
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Fisher, John, -- 1569-1641 -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Protestantism -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
MR. FISHER THE IESVITE, HIS FIVE PROPOSITIONS CONCERNING
TO THE CHRISTIAN READER.
THE ANSWER TO THE MASSE-PRIESTS DEMANDS, CONCERNING 1. Doctrine. and 2. Names.
The Names of such as professed the faith of the Protestants in all ages, since the incarnation of Christ.
Thus hauing gon halfe the way, I conclude with this Argument.
As I admonished Mr. Fisher to distinguish betweene Affirmation and Negation, so I do these men: and that faith is Affirmation, not Negation, for no man beleeueth which he denieth. Secondly in point of faith I like Mr. Fe. rule.
An other Argument.
An Admonition to the Reader.
Some passages had between Master Rogers, and Master Fisher the Iesuite, as followeth.
Mr. W. C. his Dialogue concerning this question, VVhere was your Church before Luther?
An Advertisement to the Reader concer∣ning Polanus his Symphonia Catholica, and Mr. Robert Cooke his booke concerning counterfet Fathers.