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Author: Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708.
Title: The third part of Naked truth, or, Some serious considerations, that are of high concern to the ruling clergy of England, Scotland, or any other Protestant nation and also a discovery of the excellency of the Protestant religion as it stands in opposition to papistical delusions, being a representation of what is the true glory of Protestants, and what are the base, contemptible and ridiculous principles, on which those that are called Roman Catholicks do build, as upon the sand, being very necessary for all Protestant families in this present juncture of time.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The third part of Naked truth, or, Some serious considerations, that are of high concern to the ruling clergy of England, Scotland, or any other Protestant nation and also a discovery of the excellency of the Protestant religion as it stands in opposition to papistical delusions, being a representation of what is the true glory of Protestants, and what are the base, contemptible and ridiculous principles, on which those that are called Roman Catholicks do build, as upon the sand, being very necessary for all Protestant families in this present juncture of time.
Hickeringill, Edmund, 1631-1708.

London: Printed for Richard Janeway ..., 1681.
Alternate titles: Naked truth., Part 3
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Protestantism.
Anti-Catholicism -- Great Britain.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A43640.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE, BY A Friend of the Author.
The Glory of PROTESTANTS, And the Shame of PAPISTS.
The Glory of the Protestant Religion is,
The first Effect.
The Second Effect.
We judging it lawful enough to forsake the Church, when we once judge the Church in what it believes, or in what it acts, or practiseth toward God to have forsaken his Word.
The Third Effect.
The Fourth Effect.
The Character of a Papist.
The Character of a Protestant.
It will hence follow,
What the Guilt of the Church of Rome is.
But which of these two,
The Pertinancy, Weight and Importance of which Prophesie of Christ with re∣ference Page  25even to the Theme we have at present in hand, will appear very clear upon the Grounds or Arguments following, which are these.
The First Proposition is,
The Second Proposition is,
A Description of the Absurd, Ridiculous and Contemptible Grounds and Foundations on which the Papists Build.
And is not this rare Policy?
The Use of this last preceding Discourse.
The horrible Wickedness of the Church of Rome further manifested.