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Author: Mumford, J. (James), 1606-1666.
Title: The question of questions vvhich rightly resolved resolveth all our questions in religion this question is : vvho ought to be our iudge in all these our differences? : this book answereth this question, and hence sheweth a most easy, and yet a most safe way, how among so many religions the most vnlearned, and learned may find the true religion / by Optatus Ductor.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The question of questions vvhich rightly resolved resolveth all our questions in religion this question is : vvho ought to be our iudge in all these our differences? : this book answereth this question, and hence sheweth a most easy, and yet a most safe way, how among so many religions the most vnlearned, and learned may find the true religion / by Optatus Ductor.
Mumford, J. (James), 1606-1666.

Gant (Holland): Printed by Maximilian Graet, 1658.
Notes:
Errata: prelim. p. [9].
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Doctrines.
Authority (Religion)
Apologetics -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A51593.0001.001

Contents
title page
tables of contents
The Table. The four cheife Points handled in this Book.
table of contents questions and sections
A Table of some particular Matters incidently treated in this Book.
Before thou readest this Book take a pen and correct the chief faults thus.
THE QVESTION OF QVESTIONS VVho ought to be our Iudge in all Controversies?
THE PREFACE.
THE FIRST QVESTION.
THE SECOND QVESTION.
THE FIRST SECTION.
SECTION II. A SIXTH ARGVMENT.
SECTION III. A SEAVENTH ARGVMENT
SECT: IV. AN EIGHT ARGVMENT,
SECT: V. A NINTH ARGVMENT.
SECT: VI. A TENTH ARGVMENT.
SECTION THE VII. AN ELEVENTH ARGVMENT.
SECT: VIII. A TWELFTH ARGVMENT.
SECT: IX. A THIRTEENTH ARGVMENT.
SECT: X, A FOVRTEENTH ARGVMENT.
SECT: XI. A FIFTEENT ARGVMENT.
SECT: XII. A SIXTEENTH ARGVMENT.
THE THIRD QVESTION.
SECT: XIII.
SECT: XIV.
SECT: XV.
SECT: XVI.
THE FOVRT AND LAST QVESTION.
SECT: XVII.
SECT: XVIII.
SECT: XIX.
SECT: XX.
SECT: XXI.
SECT: XXII.
SECT: XXIII.
SECT: XXIIII.
THE LAST SECTION.