|Author:||Stratford, Nicholas, 1633-1707.|
|Title:||The necessity of reformation, with respect to the errors and corruptions of the Church of Rome the second part : wherein is shewed, the vanity of the pretended reformation of the Council of Trent, and of R.H.'s vindication of it : in his fifth discourse concerning the guide in controversies.|
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The necessity of reformation, with respect to the errors and corruptions of the Church of Rome the second part : wherein is shewed, the vanity of the pretended reformation of the Council of Trent, and of R.H.'s vindication of it : in his fifth discourse concerning the guide in controversies.
Stratford, Nicholas, 1633-1707.
London: Printed for Richard Chiswell ..., 1686.
Reproduction of original in University of Illinois Library.
Appears as the second part of "A preservative against Popery" edited by Edmund Gibson in 1738.
Attributed to Nicholas Stratford. cf. DNB.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines.
Council of Trent -- (1545-1563). :
Reformation -- England -- Early works to 1800.
The Necessity of Reformation, with respect to the Errors and Corruptions of the Church of Rome.
CHAP. I. No hope of Reformation from the CHURCH of ROME.
CHAP. II. The Authority of Father Paul's History of the Council of TRENT asserted.
SECT. I. The Author's sufficiency for the Work, and his sincerity in performing it.
SECT. II. The credit of his History so far from being overthrown, that it is rather established by those that endeavoured to destroy it.
CHAP. III. The Vanity of the pretended Reformation of the Council of TRENT.
SECT. I. In those matters in which a Reformation was most necessary, not the least Reformation was made, or so much as pretended.
SECT. II. In those matters in which a mighty Reformation was pretended, little or rather none was really made.
SECT. III. Instead of Reformation, the Council produced a greater Deformati∣on: What it found bad, it left in many respects worse.
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