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Author: Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644.
Title: The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation, or, An answer to a book entituled, Mercy and truth, or, Charity maintain'd by Catholiques, which pretends to prove the contrary to which is added in this third impression The apostolical institution of episcopacy : as also IX sermons ... / by William Chillingworth ...
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Print source: The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation, or, An answer to a book entituled, Mercy and truth, or, Charity maintain'd by Catholiques, which pretends to prove the contrary to which is added in this third impression The apostolical institution of episcopacy : as also IX sermons ... / by William Chillingworth ...
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644., Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. Apostolical institution of episcopacy., Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644. Sermons. Selections.

London: Printed by E. Cotes for J. Clark, and are to be sold by Thomas Thornicroft ..., 1664.
Subject terms:
Knott, Edward, 1582-1656. -- Mercy and truth.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Protestantism -- Early works to 1800.
Episcopacy -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A32857.0001.001

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TO THE Most HIGH and MIGHTY PRINCE, CHALES By the Grace of God, KING of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, Defendor of the Faith, &c.
The CONTENTS of the Chapters, with the Answers thereunto.
THE PREFACE To the AUTHOR of CHARITY MAINTAINED: WITH An Answer to his Pamphlet, entituled A Direction to N. N.
The AUTHOR of CHARITY MAINTAINED, His Preface to the READER.
The Answer to the PREFACE.
The FIRST PART.
CHAP. I. The State of the Question; with a summary of the Reasons for which, amongst men of different Religions, one Side only can be saved.
The ANSWER to the FIRST CHAPTER. Shewing, that the Adversary grants the Former Question and proposeth a New one: And that there is no reason, why among men of different opi∣nions and Communions, one Side only can be saved.
CHAP. II. What is that means, whereby the revealed Truths of God are conveyed to our Understand∣ing, and which must determine Controversies in Faith and Religion.
An ANSWER to the SECOND CHAPTER. Concerning the means, whereby the revealed Truths of God are conveyed to our Understanding; and which must determine Controversies in Faith and Religion.
CHAP. III. That the distinction of Points Fundamental and not Fundamental, is neither pertinent, nor true in our present Controversie. And that the Catholique Visible Church cannot err, in either kind of the said Points.
The ANSWER to the THIRD CHAPTER. Wherein it is maintained, That the distinction of Points Fundamental and not Fundamental, is in this present Controversie good and pertinent: And that the Catholique Church may err in the latter kind of the said Points.
CHAP. IV. To say, that the Creed contains all Points necessarily to be believed, is neither pertinent to the Qustion in hand, nor in it self true.
The ANSWER to the FOURTH CHAPTER. Wherein is shewed, that the Creed contains all necessary Points of meer Belief.
CHAP. V. That Luther, Calvin, their Associates, and all who began or continue the Separation from the external Communion of the Roman Church, are guilty of the proper, and for∣mal sin of Schism.
The ANSWER to the FIFTH CHAPTER. The separation of Protestants from the Roman Church, being upon just and necessary causes, is not any way guilty of Schism.
CHAP. VI. That Luther, and the rest of Protestants have added Heresie unto Schism.
The ANSWER to the SIXTH CHAPTER, That Protestants are not Heretiques.
CHAP. VII. In regard of the Precept of Charity towards ones self, Protestants are in state of Sin, as long as they remain separated from the Roman-Church.
The ANSWER to the SEVENTH CHAPTER.
THE CONCLƲSION.
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THE Apostolical Institution OF EPISCOPACY DEMONSTRATED.
SECT. I.
SECT. II.
SECT. III.
SECT. IV.
SECT. V.
SECT. VI.
SECT. VII.
SECT. VIII.
SECT. IX.
SECT. X.
SECT. XI.
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TO THE READER.
The First Sermon.
The Second Sermon.
The Third Sermon.
The Fourth Sermon.
The Fifth Sermon.
The Sixth Sermon.
The Seventh Sermon.
The Eighth Sermon.
The Ninth Sermon.
Errata's in the Sermons
A Table of the Texts of the foregoing SERMONS.