|Author:||Savage, J. (John), 1645-1721.|
|Title:||Rome's conviction, or, A vindication of the original institution of Christianity in opposition to the many usurpations of the Church of Rome, and their frequent violation of divine right : cleerly evinced by arguments drawn from their own principles, and undeniable matter of fact / by John Savage ...|
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Rome's conviction, or, A vindication of the original institution of Christianity in opposition to the many usurpations of the Church of Rome, and their frequent violation of divine right : cleerly evinced by arguments drawn from their own principles, and undeniable matter of fact / by John Savage ...
Savage, J. (John), 1645-1721.
London: Printed by T.N. for Gabriel Kunbolt ..., MDCLXXXIII 
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Protestant authors.
TO THE MOST RENOWNED MONARCH Charles the II. OF England, Scotland, France and Ireland KING, Defender of the Faith, &c.
TO THE Reader.
Dispute I. Of the pretended Infallibility of the Church of Rome.
SECT. I. Wherein consists the true Notion of In∣fallibility?
SECT. II. The Grounds of the pretended Infallibi∣ty of the Church of Rome are pro∣posed.
SECT. III. The Decision of the present Contro∣versie.
SECT. IV. An Answer to the Objections proposed against the nullity of the Church of Rome's Infallibility.
Dispute II. Of the Intrenchments of the Church of Rome upon Di∣vine Right, by changing the Essentials of their pretend∣ed Sacraments.
SECT. I. Of the Doctrine of the Church of Rome relating to this present Controversie.
SECT. II. The Practise of Antiquity in the Collation of Priesthood.
A Pontisial written Eleven hundred years since for the Ordination of Priests according to the Latines.
Allocutio ad Populum in Ordina∣tione Presbyteri.
Oratio ad Presbiteros Ordinandos.
The Speech to the People at the Ordi∣nation of a Priest.
The Prayer at the Ordination of Priests.
The Consummation of the Priest.
Consecration of the Hand.
A Ritual taken out of the Fourth Council of Carthage.
Another taken out of the Fourth Council of Carthage.
The Ritual of Gelatius Pope, Writ∣ten 900 years since.
The Ritual of Gelatius the Pope, Written 900 years since.
Ad Ordinandos Presbyteros.
A Ritual of above 800 years standing.
A Ritual of above 800 years standing.
A Ritual taken out of a very antient Manuscript of the Vatican.
SECT. III. A briefe Account of the Rituals of the Greeks, Maronites, &c.
Another Greek Ritual of about 700 years standing.
Another Greek Ritual, or Liturgy of about 300 years standing, be∣longing to the French Kings Library, differs nothing from the former.
Another Greek Ritual kept in the Vatican.
Another Greek Ritual taken out of a later Manuscript.
The Order of conferring Priesthood by the Syrian Maronites, as followeth.
The Ritual for Priesthood used by the Nestorians.
The Order of conferring Priesthood practised by the Eutichians, and the Jacobites.
The Ritual of the Cophticks, or Aegyptians for the Ordina∣tion of Priests.
The Cophticks and Aegyptians.
A Draught of the Roman Pontifi∣cal for the Ordination of Priests now in use.
SECT. IV. Shewing, That the Church of Rome pla∣ceth the Essence of the Ordination of Priests in touching the Vessels, and the Form annexed to it.
SECT. V. The Order of Priesthood, according to the present Institution, cannot be va∣lidly conferr'd by touching the Vessels with this Forme, Accipe potestatem, &c.
SECT. VI. An Answer to the Objections Proposed by the Doctors of the Church of Rome, against the Invalidity of their Ordi∣nation.
SECT. VII. The Solution of other Objections against the same Doctrine.
SECT. VIII. An Illation drawn from the Premises, of the Invalidity of Ordination in the Church of England. Solved.
SECT. IX. Consectaries drawn from the Proofes of the precedent Assertion.
SECT. X. Of Clandestine Marriage.
SECT. XI. The Arguments to vindicate the Nullity of Clandestine Marriage, Answer∣ed.
Dispute III. Of Communion in One Kind.
SECT. I. The Grounds of the Church of Rome for denying the Chalice to the Lai∣ty.
SECT. II. The Decision of this Controversie.
SECT. III. The Objections Solved.
SECT. IV. Corallaries drawn from the Romanists Doctrine of their pretended Sacrifice of the Mass.
Dispute IV. Of Transubstantiation.
SECT. I. The Romanists Doctrine relating to Transubstantiation.
SECT. II. The Orthodox Doctrine against Transub∣stantiation proposed and proved.
SECT. III. Of the Possibility of Transubstantiation, as held by the Church of Rome.
SECT. IV. Objections for Transubstantiation Sol∣ved.
Dispute V. Of the Reall Presence.
SECT. I. The Church of Rome's Definitions con∣cerning the Real Presence.
SECT. II. Other Subtilties arising from the former Decisions not fully determin'd.
SECT. III. The Inutility of Multiplying Definitions of this nature.
SECT. IV. The Objections Solved.
SECT. V. When, and from whom this Doctrine of the Real Presence took its first rise?
SECT. VI. A briefe account of some passages of the life and death of John Erigène.
SECT. VII. Some Passages of the Life and Doctrine of Retram.
SECT. VIII. An Account of the Doctrine of Retram, in reference to the Second Question.
SECT. IX. Animadversions on the Premises.
AN INDEX OF THE Disputations and Sections.