|Author:||Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686.|
|Title:||An historical treatise of the foundation and prerogatives of the Church of Rome and of her bishops written originally in French by Monsieur Maimbourg ; and translated into English by A. Lovel ...|
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An historical treatise of the foundation and prerogatives of the Church of Rome and of her bishops written originally in French by Monsieur Maimbourg ; and translated into English by A. Lovel ...
Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686., Lovell, Archibald.
London: Printed for Jos. Hindmarsh ..., 1685.
|Alternate titles:||Traité historique de l'établissement et prérogatives de l'Eglise de Rome et de ses evãeques. English|
Translation of: Traité historique de l'établissement et prérogatives de l'Eglise de Rome et de ses evãeques.
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Catholic Church -- Government.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Papacy -- History.
The TRANSLATOR to the READER.
The Authors Epistle Dedicatory TO THE FRENCH KING.
A TABLE OF The Chapters and of their Contents.
AN Historical Treatise Concerning the FOUNDATION AND PREROGATIVES OF THE CHURCH of ROME, And of her BISHOPS.
CHAP. I. The Design and Draught of this Work, and the Principle on which it moves.
CHAP. II. Of the Foundation and Establishment of the Church of Rome.
CHAP. III. That the Church of Rome hath been founded by St. Peter; that he was the first Bishop of it; and that the Popes are his Successours therein.
CHAP. IV. Of the Primacy of St, Peter, and that he hath been established by Jesus Christ head of the Ʋniversal Church.
CHAP. V. Concerning the rights and advantages that the Primacy gives to the Bishop of Rome over all other Bishops.
CHAP. VI. The Question stated concerning the Infallibility of the Pope.
CHAP. VII. What Antiquity hath concluded from St. Peter's being reprehended by St. Paul.
CHAP. VIII. What follows Naturally from the great debate that Pope Victor had with the Bishops of Asia.
CHAP. IX. What inference is to be made from that famous contest that happened betwixt the Pope, St. Stephen, and St. Cyprian, concerning the Bap∣tism of Hereticks.
CHAP. X. The fall of Liberius.
CHAP. XI. The instance of Pope Vigilius.
CHAP. XII. The Condemnation of Honorius in the Sixth Council.
CHAP. XIII. Of the Popes Clement III. Inno∣cent III. Boniface VIII. and Six∣tus V.
CHAP. XIV. The Instance of Pope John XXII.
CHAP. XV. The Tradition of the Church of Rome as to that.
CHAP. XVI. The state of the Question touching the Superiority of a Council over the Pope, or of the Pope over a Coun∣cil.
CHAP. XVII. That it is the Holy Ghost, which in the Definitions of Faith pronounces by the Mouth of the Council.
CHAP. XVIII. That Ancient Councils have examined the Judgments of Popes, that they might pronounce the last and defini∣tive Sentence upon them.
CHAP. XIX. That the ancient Popes have always acknowledged, and protested, that they were subject to Councils.
CHAP. XX. That the ancient Popes have belie∣ved, That they were subject to the Canons.
CHAP. XXI. What General Councils have decided as to that Point.
CHAP. XXII. Of the Writing of the Sieur Emma∣nuel Schelstrate against these two Decrees of the Council of Con∣stance.
CHAP. XXIII. A Refutation of the first Chapter of the Dissertation of M. Schelstrate.
CHAP. XXIV. A Refutation of one of the two Chap∣ters of M. Schelstrate.
CHAP. XXV. A Refutation of the other Chapter of M. Schelstrate.
CHAP. XXVI. The state of the question, touching the Power that some Doctors have attributed to Popes over the Temporal.
CHAP. XXVII. What Jesus Christ and his Apostles have Taught us as to that.
CHAP. XXVIII. What hath been the Judgment of the Ancient Fathers of the Church as to that Point.
CHAP. XXIX. The Judgment of Ancient Popes touching the Power over Tem∣porals, that some Doctors of late times attribute to the Pope.
CHAP. XXX. What hath always been the opinion of the Gallican Church, and of all France as to that. The conclusion of this Point and of the whole Treatise.
Books Printed for, and sold by Joseph Hindmarsh, at the Black Bull in Cornhill, over against the Royal Exchange.