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Author: Minister of the Gospell.
Title: No popery, or, A catechism against popery wherein the heretical doctrins, idolatrous worship, and superstitious practices of the Roman Church are briefly yet plainly refuted, and the Protestant principles proved by testimonies of Holy Scripture, and evidence of reason / by a minister of the Gospell.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: No popery, or, A catechism against popery wherein the heretical doctrins, idolatrous worship, and superstitious practices of the Roman Church are briefly yet plainly refuted, and the Protestant principles proved by testimonies of Holy Scripture, and evidence of reason / by a minister of the Gospell.
Minister of the Gospell.

London: Printed for the Author, and Sold by Tho. Parkhurst ..., 1682.
Notes:
Errata: prelim. p. [5].
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52371.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
The Order of Sections.
ERRATA.
A CATECHISM AGAINST POPERY.
SECT. I. Of the Scripture.
SECT. II. How the Scripture may be known to be Divine.
SECT. III. Of the Authority of the Scripture.
SECT. IV. Of the Perfection of the Scripture.
SECT. V. Of Reading the Holy Scripture.
SECT. VI. Of the Church.
SECT. VII. If the Church can err.
SECT. VIII. Of the marks of the True Church.
SECT. IX. Of our Separation from the Ro∣man Church.
SECT. X. Of the Head of the Church.
SECT. XI. Of the Invocation of Saints.
SECT. XII. Of the Intercession of Saints.
SECT. XIII. Of Images.
SECT. XIV. Concerning Praying for the Dead.
SECT. XV. Of Purgatory.
SECT. XVI. Of Human Satisfactions.
SECT. XVII. If the Sufferings of Christ were ac∣complished on the Cross.
SECT. XVIII. Of Pilgrimages.
SECT. XIX. Of Monkish Vows, and first of that of a Single Life.
SECT. XX. Of Vowing Poverty.
SECT. XXI. Of Vowing Obedience.
SECT. XXII. Of Lawful Vows.
SECT. XXIII. Concerning Fasts.
SECT. XXIV. Of Holy Days.
SECT. XXV. Of the Providence of God.
SECT. XXVI. Of Man's Free Will in the State of Sin.
SECT. XXVII. Of Man's Free Will in a State of Grace.
SECT. XXVIII. Of Justification.
SECT. XXIX. Of Merits.
SECT. XXX. Of Predestination.
SECT. XXXI. Of Perseverance.
SECT. XXXII. Of the Certainty of Perseverance and Salvation.
SECT. XXXIII. Of Sin, and if all Men are Sinners.
SECT. XXXIV. Of Venial and Mortal Sins.
SECT. XXXV. Of Works of Supererogation.
SECT. XXXVI. Of Repentance.
SECT. XXXVII. Of Auricular Confession.
SECT. XXXVIII. Of Absolution.
SECT. XXXIX. Of Satisfactions and Indulgences.
SECT. XL. Of the Sacraments.
SECT. XLI. Of Confirmation.
SECT. XLII. Of the Sacrament of Penitence.
SECT. XLIII. Of Marriage.
SECT. XLIV. Of Extream Ʋnction.
SECT. XLV. Of the Sacrament of Orders.
SECT. XLVI. Of the Order of Priesthood.
SECT. XLVII. Of the Sacrifice of the Mass.
SECT. XLVIII. Of Baptism.
SECT. XLIX. If Original Sin continues after Baptism.
SECT. L. Of the Necessity of Baptism.
SECT. LI. Of the Lords Supper.
SECT. LII. Of Communion under both Kinds.