|Title:||Roman Catholicks uncertain whether there be any true priests or sacraments in the church of Rome evinced by an argument urg'd and maintain'd (upon their own principles) against Mr. Edward Goodall of Prescot in Lancashire / by Thomas Marsden ...|
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Roman Catholicks uncertain whether there be any true priests or sacraments in the church of Rome evinced by an argument urg'd and maintain'd (upon their own principles) against Mr. Edward Goodall of Prescot in Lancashire / by Thomas Marsden ...
London: Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1688.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Goodall, Edward, -- of Prescot.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
THE EPISTLE TO THE PROTESTANT READER.
table of contents
THE UNCERTAINTY Of any True Priests or Sacraments In the ROMAN CHURCH: Proved against Mr. EDWARD GOODALL.
SECT. I. Matter of Fact related.
SECT. II. Mr. G. unseasonably calls for Explication of Terms. His request is granted. The Order of proceeding in it set forth.
SECT. III. What Councils have dealt with the Intention. The Roman Church requires it as necessary to a Sacrament.
SECT. IV. The Intention of doing the Exterior Action is not required, but presupposed.
SECT. V. The Intention defined. That of the End required.
SECT. VI. The End particularly considered is not required; but gene∣rally. The Virtual Intention is required, and held suffi∣cient.
SECT. VII. Roman Catholicks not certain of their Priesthood taken in general by any simple or absolute Certainty. Nor certain of it taken in special by any simple, or so much as a Moral Certainty.
SECT. VIII. The several Explications before given, Summ'd up. And the Question resolved into its Parts.
THE SECOND PART BEING Argumentative.
SECT. I. The general Order of proceeding. The first part of Mr. G's. Letter set down and examined.
The Examination of it follows.
SECT. II. Mr. Goodall sets forth the Argument, and his Answer to it, as follows.
SECT. III. Mr. G's Answer summ'd up, and some strictures made upon it.
SECT. IV. The Intention proved not to be Knowable by Reason.
SECT. V. The Intention is not knowable by Authority, whether Divine or Humane.
SECT. VI. Roman Catholicks have but a bare Opinion to secure them of the point.
SECT. VII. The Ordaining Bishops not certain whether. there be true Priests in the Roman Church.
SECT. VIII. Consequences drawn from the Ʋncertainty of the Roman Priesthood: and the feeble condition of that Church, issuing from thence, shewn.
SECT. IX. The Banks Mr. G. hath cast up to secure the Roman Priest∣hood, taken in general, cast down.
SECT. X. Mr. G.'s Argument, urged by way of Retort, examined and enervated.