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Author: Walpole, Michael, 1570-1624?
Title: A treatise of Antichrist. Conteyning the defence of Cardinall Bellarmines arguments, which inuincibly demonstrate, that the pope is not Antichrist. Against M. George Downam D. of Diuinity, who impugneth the same. By Michael Christopherson priest. The first part.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A treatise of Antichrist. Conteyning the defence of Cardinall Bellarmines arguments, which inuincibly demonstrate, that the pope is not Antichrist. Against M. George Downam D. of Diuinity, who impugneth the same. By Michael Christopherson priest. The first part.
Walpole, Michael, 1570-1624?

[Saint-Omer: English College Press], Imprinted with Licence, M. DC. XIII. [1613]
Notes:
Michael Christopherson = Michael Walpole.
Printer and place of publication from STC.
Errata on Eee4v, final page.
Some print faded.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Downame, George, -- d. 1634. -- Treatise concerning Antichrist -- Early works to 1800.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, -- Saint, -- 1542-1621 -- Early works to 1800.
Popes -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14688.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE KINGS MOST EXCELLENT MAIESTY.
THE PREFACE to the Reader.
A TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS of this first Part of Antichrist.
CARDINALL BELLARMINES THIRD BOOKE of the Pope.
THE FIRST CHAPTER. VVherin the disputation of Antichrist is propounded.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE SECOND CHAPTER. That Antichrist shalbe a certaine determinate Man.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE THIRD CHAPTER. Wherein it is shewed, that Antichrist is not yet come.
M. Dovvnams addition, and reply confuted.
THE FOVRTH CHAPTER. In which is explicated the first demonstration, that Antichrist is not yet come.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE FIFTH CHAPTER. Conteyning the second Demonstration.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE SIXT CHAPTER. Conteyning the third Demonstration.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE SEAVENTH CHAPTER. Conteyning the fourth demonstration.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE EIGHT CHAPTER. conteyning the fifth Demonstration.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE NINTH CHAPTER. Conteyning the sixt Demonstration.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE TENTH CHAPTER. Of Antichrists name.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE ELEAVENTH CHAPTER. Of the Character of Antichrist.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE TVVELVTH CHAPTER. Of Antichrists Generation.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE THIRTENTH CHAPTER. Of Antichrists Seate.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE FOVRTENTH CHAPTER. Of Antichrists Doctrine.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE FIFTENTH CHAPTER. Of Antichrists Myracles.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE SIXTENTH CHAPTER. Of the Kingdome, and Warres of Antichrist.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE SEAVENTENTH CHAPTER. Of Gog, and Magog.
M. Dovvnams Ansvvere confuted.
THE EIGHTEENTH CHAPTER. The Dotages of the Heretikes are refuted, with which they do not so much proue, as impudently af∣firme, that the Pope is Antichrist.
THE NINTEENTH CHAPTER. The trifles of the Smalchaldicall Synod: of the Lutherans are confuted.
THE TVVENTITH CHAPTER. Caluins lyes are refuted.
THE XXI. CHAPTER. The lyes of Illyricus are refuted.
THE XXII. CHAPTER. The foolries of Tilemanus are refuted.
THE XXIII. CHAPTER. The lyes of Chytraeus are refuted.
§. I. Of the true Knowledge, and Inuocation of God.
§. II. Of the Office and Benefits of Christ.
§. III.
§. IIII.
§. V.
§. VI.
§. VII.
§. VIII.
§. IX.
§. X.
§. XI.
§. XII.
THE XXIIII. CHAPTER. The arguments of Caluin, and Illyricus are con∣futed, who go about to proue that the Pope is no longer a Bishop; where also the fable of Pope Ioane the Woman is confuted.
A TABLE OF THE PARTICVLER MATTERS CONTEYNED IN THIS BOOKE.
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