|Author:||Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684.|
|Title:||A vindication of the sincerity of the Protestant religion in the point of obedience to sovereignes opposed to the doctrine of rebellion authorised and practised by the Pope and the Jesuites in answer to a Jesuitical libel entituled Philanax anglicus / by Peter Du Moulin.|
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A vindication of the sincerity of the Protestant religion in the point of obedience to sovereignes opposed to the doctrine of rebellion authorised and practised by the Pope and the Jesuites in answer to a Jesuitical libel entituled Philanax anglicus / by Peter Du Moulin.
Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684.
London: Printed by I. Redmayne for John Crook, 1664.
Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Church and state -- Early works to 1800.
Protestantism -- History -- Early works to 1800.
To the Most Reverend Father in God, GILBERT, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury his GRACE, Primate of all England and Metropolitan, my most Honoured Diocesan and Visitor.
To the Roman Catholicks of His Majesties Dominions.
A Vindication of the Protestant Religion in the point of obedience to Sovereigns; opposed to the doctrine of Rebellion, au∣thorized and practised by the Pope and the Jesuits. In answer to a Jesuitical Libel, intituled, Philanax Anglicus.
CHAPTER I. Of the Objections out of the Books of Protestant Writers.
CHAP. II. Whether the Reformation of Religion ought to be charged with Rebellion. Reflections upon the actions of the Protestant party.
CHAP. III The Doctrine of the Protestant Churches about the Obedi∣ence of Subjects to the Higher Powers, as it is set down in the Publick Confessions of the several National Churches.
The Augustan Confession.
The French Confession.
The Belgick Confession.
The Helvetick Confessions.
The Bohemian Confession.
The Saxonick Confession.
The Suevick Confession.
Article XXXVII. Of the Civil Magistrate.
CHAP. IV. Proving by the Bulls and Decrees of Popes, That the Do∣ctrine of the Roman Court in the point of Obedience to Sovereignes, is a Doctrine of Rebellion.
CHAP. V. The Adversaries Defence of the Jesuites examined. Their Doctrine and Attempts against the Crown and life of Kings.
CHAP. VI. Some Assertions of the Libeller are examined.