|Author:||La Placette, Jean, 1629-1718.|
|Title:||Six conferences concerning the Eucharist wherein is shewed, that the doctrine of transubstantiation overthrows the proofs of Christian religion.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Six conferences concerning the Eucharist wherein is shewed, that the doctrine of transubstantiation overthrows the proofs of Christian religion.
La Placette, Jean, 1629-1718., Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715,
London: Printed Printed for Richard Chiswell ..., 1687.
Attributed to Jean La Placette. Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Transubstantiation -- Early works to 1800.
Books lately printed for Richard Chiswell.
The CONTENTS Of the Six Conferences concerning the EUCHARIST.
SIX CONFERENCES Concerning the EUCHARIST.
CONFERENCE I. That Transubstantiation absolutely destroys the certainty of our Senses, which is the Foundation of the strongest Proofs of Christianity.
CONFERENCE II. The Second Proof, That Transubstantiation discrediting the Testimony of our Senses, does absolutely overthrow the principal Reasons which confirm the Truth of Christian Religion.
CONFERENCE III. Wherein are confirmed the two Proofs contained in the two preceding Discourses.
CONFERENCE IV. The Third Proof, That Transubstantiation establishes Scepticism in its full perfection; and especially de∣stroys the certainty of Demonstration.
CONFERENCE V. Wherein is sinally shew'd, That Transubstan∣tiation establishes Scepticism; and abso∣lutely destroys the certainty of first Prin∣ciples.
CONFERENCE VI. Wherein the Proofs contained in the foregoing Discourses are defended, and the impossi∣bility of using them against the Doctrine of the Trinity, is Demonstrated.