|Author:||Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713.|
|Title:||A continuation of the accomplishment of the Scripture-prophesies, or, A large deduction of historical evidences proving that the papacy is the real antichristian kingdom to which is added A confirmation of the exposition of the sixteenth chapter of the Revelation concerning the pouring out of the vials / written in French by Peter Jurieu ... faithfully Englished.|
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A continuation of the accomplishment of the Scripture-prophesies, or, A large deduction of historical evidences proving that the papacy is the real antichristian kingdom to which is added A confirmation of the exposition of the sixteenth chapter of the Revelation concerning the pouring out of the vials / written in French by Peter Jurieu ... faithfully Englished.
Jurieu, Pierre, 1637-1713.
London: [s.n.], 1688.
|Alternate titles:||Accomplissement des prophéties. Suite. English|
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
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Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Anti-Catholicism -- Early works to 1800.
THE TRANSLATOR'S ADVERTISEMENT.
THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE.
A TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS.
A CONTINUATION Of the ACCOMPLISHMENT Of the SCRIPTURE PROPHECIES; Or a Large Deduction of HISTORICAL Evidences, Proving that the PAPACY Is the Real ANTICHRISTIAN KINGDOM.
CHAPTER I. The First Character of the Antichristian King∣dom, which is found in the Papacy, viz. a Temporal Dominion, hid under the Ap∣pearance of a Spiritual One.
CHAPTER II. The second Character of the Antichristian Kingdom; purely Human Politicks; 'tis palpable, that they bear sway in the Pa∣pacy.
CHAPTER III. The Pretence of Infallibility, and eternal Duration. The third Character of the An∣tichristian Kingdom.
CHAPTER IV. The fourth Character of Antichristianism that is found in the Roman Church; is the manner of their dealing with the H. Scrip∣tures, the common Rule of all Christians.
CHAPTER V. A continuation of the fourth character of An∣tichristianism, which is found in the Pa∣pacy; the profane abusing of the sacred Scriptures, that it is guilty of.
CHAPTER VI. The Conclusion of the fourth Character of An∣tichristianism, which is found in the Pa∣pacy, viz. the Affronts that it offers to the H. Scriptures, both in words, and actions.
CHAPTER VII. The fifth Character of Antichristianism that is found in Popery. The extreme Corrup∣tion of its Head and Members. First in their Popes.
CHAPTER VIII. A Continuation of the Fifth Character of Antichristianism: an Epitome of the Dis∣orders and Corruptions of the Popes from the ninth Century unto the seventeenth.
CHAPTER IX. A continuation of the fifth Character of An∣tichristianism, that is found in the Papacy; The extreme Corruption of its Members.
CHAPTER X. The Sixth Character of Antichristianism, which is found in the Papacy, viz. Ex∣cessive Pride.
CHAPTER XI. The seventh Character of the Antichristian Kingdom, which agrees to the Papacy; a Spirit of Covetousness and Simony; and its extraordinary Riches.
CHAPTER XII. The Eighth Character of Antichristianism, which agrees to the Papacy. The Spirit of Impurity and Reprobation.
CHAPTER XIII. A Continuation of the Eighth Character of Antichristianism found in the Papacy; the Reprobate Spirit of their Legendary Prea∣chers, Mystical Authors, &c.
CHAPTER XIV. The Ninth Character of Antichristianism, which is found in the Papacy; Idolatry in its height, confess'd by the Papists them∣selves.
CHAPTER XV. An Examination of the Excuses, by which some late Authors endeavour to palliate the Idolatry which hath been set forth in the preceding Chapter.
CHAPTER XVI. The Tenth Character of Antichristianism found in the Papacy: that it is a reviv'd Paganism, built upon Christianity, whose Worship is neither Spiritual, nor Rational.
CHAPTER XVII. The Parallel between Popery and Paganism, in Doctrines and Worship; being a continua∣tion of the tenth character of Antichristia∣nism found in the Papacy.
CHAPTER XVIII. The Eleventh Character of Antichristianism, that is found in the Papacy; a Spirit of Lying and Fables, Falsehoods to sustain the Authority of the Pope: A short account of the Romance of the V. Mary.
CHAPTER XIX. A Continuation of the Romance of the Virgin, invented to support the Idolatry of the Papacy.
CHAPTER XX. A short Account of some of the Fables, which the Papacy hath invented to establish the Worship and Invocation of Saints.
CHAPTER XXI. The fabulous History of Reliques; of Images; of the real Presence; of the Adoration of the Host; of the Sacrifice of the Mass; of Purga∣tory; of Founding the Orders of the Monks.
CHAPTER XXII. A Refutation of the Excuses by which the Pa∣pists attemt to efface this Character of An∣tichristianism in the Romish Religion.
CHAP. XXIII. The Twelfth Character of Antichristianism, that fitteth the Papacy, is Cruelty and Shedding of Blood.
CHAPTER XXIV. The Thirteenth and last Character of Anti∣christianism, that is found in the Papacy; viz. a Long Peace, Abundance, and Prospe∣rity.
CHAPTER XXV. The Conclusion. In all Ages it hath been fore-seen or known, that Rome and her Bishop, are the Seat and Empire of Antichrist.
A CONFIRMATION OF THE EXPOSITION Of the XVI. CHAPTER Of the REVELATION.