|Author:||Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.|
|Title:||A defence of the Catholicke faith contained in the booke of the most mightie, and most gracious King Iames the first, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. Against the answere of N. Coeffeteau, Doctor of Diuinitie, and vicar generall of the Dominican preaching friars. Written in French, by Pierre Du Moulin, minister of the word of God in the church of Paris. Translated into English according to his first coppie, by himselfe reuiewed and corrected.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership. Searching, reading, printing, or downloading EEBO-TCP texts is reserved for the authorized users of these project partner institutions. Permission must be granted for subsequent distribution, in print or electronically, of this text, in whole or in part. Please contact project staff at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or permissions.
A defence of the Catholicke faith contained in the booke of the most mightie, and most gracious King Iames the first, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. Against the answere of N. Coeffeteau, Doctor of Diuinitie, and vicar generall of the Dominican preaching friars. Written in French, by Pierre Du Moulin, minister of the word of God in the church of Paris. Translated into English according to his first coppie, by himselfe reuiewed and corrected.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658., Sanford, John, 1564 or 5-1629,
London: Printed by W. Stansby for Nathaniel Butter and Martin Clerke, 1610.
|Alternate titles:||Defense de la foy catholique. Book 1-2. English Defense de la foy catholique. Book 1-2.|
Translator's dedication signed: Iohn Sanford.
A translation of books 1 and 2 of: Defense de la foy catholique contenue au livre de .. Jacques I.
A defence of the "Premonition" forming part 1 of "Triplici nodo, triplex cuneus" by James I, against "Responce áa l'advertissement, adressé par le adressé par le sérénissime roy de la Grande Bretagne, Jacques I. áa tous les princes et potentats de la chrestienté" by Nicolas Coeffeteau.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
James, -- I, -- King of England, -- 1566-1625. -- Triplici nodo, triplex cuneus -- Early works to 1800.
Coeffeteau, Nicolas, -- 1574-1623. -- Responce áa l'advertissement, adressé par le sérénissme roy de la Grande Bretagne, Jacques I. 'a tous les princes et potentats de la chrestienté -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
To the KINGS most Excellent MAIESTIE.
To the most Mighty and Graci∣ous King, IAMES the first, King of great Brittaine, and of Ireland.
The Translator to the Reader.
TO THE READER.
A Table of the principall matters contai∣ned in this worke.
THE FIRST BOOKE. ¶ Of the Vsurpation of Popes ouer Kings.
THE SECOND BOOKE. ¶ A defence of the Confession of IAMES the first, King of great Britaine.
THE THIRD BOOKE.
OF THE VSVR∣PATION OF POPES Ouer KINGS.
THE FIRST BOOKE.
CHAP. I. The occasion that moued IAMES the first, King of great Britaine to write his booke, with the iudgement on COEFFETEAV his booke.
CHAP. II. Certaine Remonstrances of COEFFETEAV his iudgement, touching the Treasons and attempts vp∣pon the life of the King of England.
CHAP. III. Of Cardinals.
CHAP. IIII. Of the Iesuites.
CHAP. V. Of the power of the Pope ouer the temporalities of Kings; and that he cannot take from Kings their Crownes, nor free subiects from the Oath of fidelity. And thereupon the reasons of Bellarmine are exa∣mined.
CHAP. VI. Of the Clergie and of their Liberties, and Exemption.
CHAP. VII. The authoritie of Emperours and Kings ouer the Bi∣shop of Rome, that they haue elected, degraded, and censured them, that Princes haue had authoritie o∣uer their Bishops, and their temporalties: The first beginning of Poperie in England.
CHAP. VIII. That they which haue written against the King of great Britaines booke, doe vniustly call him Apostata and Hereticke.
THE DEFENCE OF THE CONFESSION Of the Faith, of IAMES the first, King of Great BRITAINE. THE SECOND BOOKE.
ARTICLE I. Touching the Creede.
ARTICLE II. Touching the Fathers in generall.
ARTICLE III. Touching the Authority of the Fathers in particular.
ARTICLE IIII. Touching the authority of the holy Scriptures.
ART. V. Touching the Canonicall and Apocryphall bookes of Scripture.
ARTICLE VI. Touching the memory of Saints and of their Feasts and holy dayes.
ARTICLE VII. Touching the Virgin Mary.
ARTICLE VIII. Touching prayers to Saints, and the seruice that is due vnto them.
ARTICLE IX. Touching Masses without Communicants and without Assistants.
Of the Sacrifice of the Masse.
ARTICLE X. Of the Communion vnder one kinde.
ARTICLE XI. Of Transubstantiation.
ARTICLE XII. Touching the Adoration of the Host.
ARTICLE XIII. Touching the Eleuation of the Host to haue it to be Adored.
ARTICLE XIIII. Touching the carrying of God in the Procession.
ARTICLE XV. Touching workes of Supererogation, and of Su∣perabounding satisfactions, and of the treasure of the Church.
Of superaboundant Satisfactions, and of the treasure of the Church.
ARTICLE XVI. Of the baptising of Bels.
ARTICLE XVII. Of the Reliques of Saints.
ARTICLE XVIII. Of Images.
ARTICLE XIX. Of the Image of God.
ARTICLE XX. Of the Crosse.
ARTICLE XXI. Of Purgatory.
The opinion of the Church of Rome.
The decision of this difference by the word of God,
The opinion of the auncient Fathers, touching prayer for the dead, and Purgatory.
ARTICLE XXII. Of Anarchy, and of the degrees of superiority in the Church.
ARTICLE XXIII. Of the Popes Supremacy.
Passages of Scripture touching this matter.
Of the Titles of quality of the Romane Bishop, and whether he be S. PETERS Successor, or no.
Titles of greater Antiquity.
Faults necessarily to bee corrected. The first number noteth the Page, the second the Line: The letter R. standeth for Reade, L. signi∣fieth the line in the same PAGE.