|Author:||Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686.|
|Title:||A peaceable method for the re-uniting Protestants and Catholicks in matters of faith principally in the subject of the Holy Eucharist : proceeding upon principles agreed-on and waving points in dispute : upon occasion of the late conceit concerning the perpetuity of faith touching that great mystery / written in French by Lewis Mainbourg.|
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A peaceable method for the re-uniting Protestants and Catholicks in matters of faith principally in the subject of the Holy Eucharist : proceeding upon principles agreed-on and waving points in dispute : upon occasion of the late conceit concerning the perpetuity of faith touching that great mystery / written in French by Lewis Mainbourg.
Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686., T. W.
Paris: [s.n.], 1672.
Caption title: A method for re-uniting Protestants and Catholicks.
"Epistle dedicatory" signed: T.W.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
To the Honourable WILLIAM PETRE OF STANFORD ESSEX, Esq
The Translatours Preface to the Reader.
A Method for RE-UNITING OF PROTESTANTS AND CATHOLICKS.
CHAP. I. That in matters of Religion there is little gotten by Disputation, and that for the avoiding this inconve∣nience there ought to be an Agree∣ment concerning some Principles on both sides.
CHAP. II. The settling of this general Maxime: That that Church in which are found the two Parties concern'd has ever had the Power to determine all differences, and to declare that as matter of Faith which before there was no obligation to believe. And that we are bound to acquiesce unto her decisions, under the penalty of being Schismaticks.
CHAP. III. The applying this agreed-on Prin∣ciple to the Subject of the Ho∣ly Eucharist.
CHAP. IV. The Consequences which natural∣ly flow from this Principle, by a due application thereof.
An Extract of the National Synod held at Alez 1620.
The Form of the Oath.
An Appendix of the Tran∣slatour.