|Author:||Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.|
|Title:||The examination and confutation of a certaine scurrilous treatise entituled, The suruey of the newe religion, published by Matthew Kellison, in disgrace of true religion professed in the Church of England.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The examination and confutation of a certaine scurrilous treatise entituled, The suruey of the newe religion, published by Matthew Kellison, in disgrace of true religion professed in the Church of England.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.
London: Printed by E. Allde for Richard Serger and Edmund Weauer, & are to be solde at the great north dore of S. Paules Church, 1606.
|Alternate titles:||Examination and confutation of a certaine scurrilous treatise entituled, The survey of the newe religion Examination and confutation of a certaine scurrilous treatise entituled, The survey of the newe religion, published by Matthew Kellison, in disgrace of true religion professed in the Church of England. Reuew and examination of Kellisons scurrilous Suruey. Revew and examination of Kellisons scurrilous Survey.|
Dedication signed: Matthew Sutcliffe.
Running title reads: The reuew and examination of Kellisons scurrilous Suruey.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Kellison, Matthew. -- Survey of the new religion -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE HONORABLE Sir Thomas Fleming Knight, Lord chiefe Baron of his Ma∣jesties Court of the Exchequer.
The Contents of the Booke.
THE PREFACE TO THE READER: Conteyning a briefe Censure vpon the Title and the front of Kellisons Suruey, and his two liminare Epistles and Praeambles.
THE EXAMINATION and Confutation of Kellisons scur∣rilous Suruey of the newe Religion, as he tearmeth it.
Chap, 1. Kellisons fond conceit and error, concerning the founda∣tions of our Religion.
Chap. 2. The foundations of Popish religion discouered to be most weake and foolish.
Chap. 3. Kellisons Motiues to Popish religion compared with the Motiues, that may enduce men to embrace true Christian re∣ligion. Therein also the true motiues to Popery are touched.
Chap. 4. Of the markes and properties of Heretickes.
Chap. 6. A collection of certaine absurd and blasphemous assertions of the Papistes, concerning Christ his incarnation, person, na∣tures and offices.
Chap. 7. An answer to Kellisons calumniations, charging vs eyther to haue no Religion at all, or a gracelesse Religion.
Chap. 8. The Surueyors calumniations against our Doctrine con∣cerning God, refuted.
Chap. 9. That our Doctrine giueth due obedience and respect both to Princes and to their Lawes.
Chap. 10. That our Doctrine leadeth men to vertue, & deterreth them from all vices.
Chap. 11. A reiection of Kellisons slaunderous accusations, imputing in his 8. Booke, Atheisme, and contempt of Religion to the pro∣fessors of true and Christian Religion in the Church of Eng∣land.
An aduertisment to the Reader.