|Author:||Sutton, William, 1561 or 2-1632.|
|Title:||The falshood of the cheife grounds of the Romish religion. Descried and convinced in a briefe answere to certaine motiues sent by a priest to a gentleman to induce him to turne papist. By W.S.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The falshood of the cheife grounds of the Romish religion. Descried and convinced in a briefe answere to certaine motiues sent by a priest to a gentleman to induce him to turne papist. By W.S.
Sutton, William, 1561 or 2-1632., Sutton, William, b. 1607 or 8,
[Oxford: L. Lichfield], Printed for the author Anno Dom. 1635.
|Alternate titles:||Seminary priest put to a non-plus Seminary priest put to a non-plus.|
A corrected edition of: Sutton, William, senior. A seminary priest put to a non-plus.
Place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Edited by the author's son; since William Sutton, senior, died in 1632, the "author" referred to in the imprint is probably his son.--STC.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE WORSHIPFVLL his much honoured Vncle EDWARD SMYTH Esquire.
Motiues sent by a Priest to a Gentle∣man, to Induce him to turne Papist.
THE ANSWERE to the Priests Motiues.
The true Catholique Church.
Scripture a competent judge of the true Church.
A lawfull Councell the Church representatiue.
A description of the Catholique Church.
The Pope not the head of the Church.
2. How farre the Clergy are to bee obeyed.
The perpetuity of Christs Church on earth.
Saint Peter not the ministeriall head of the Church.
St Peters supremacy.
How long Saint Peter sate Bishop there.
St Peters successors.
The foure first gener all Councells not called by Popes.
The corruptions of Rome.
Indeficiency of faith not promi∣sed to one particular Church.
The Patriarchall and Episcopall seates of the Apostles not extinguished.