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Author: Turberville, Henry, d. 1678.
Title: A manuel of controversies clearly demonstrating the truth of Catholique religion by texts of Holy Scripture, councils of all ages, Fathers of the first 500 yeers, common sense and reason, and fully answering the principal objections of Protestants and all other sectaries / by H.T.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A manuel of controversies clearly demonstrating the truth of Catholique religion by texts of Holy Scripture, councils of all ages, Fathers of the first 500 yeers, common sense and reason, and fully answering the principal objections of Protestants and all other sectaries / by H.T.
Turberville, Henry, d. 1678.

At Doway: by Laurence Kellam, 1654.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Doctrines.
Catholic Church -- Catechisms.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A63860.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO The truly Noble, Sir C. F. Knight and Baronet, And the perfectly vertuous, Mistris S. H.
To the Reader.
APPROBATIO.
Ad H. T. post visum Euchiridion ipsius.
APPROBATIO.
table of contents
ERRATA.
A MANUEL OF CONTROVERSIES.
A MANUEL OF CONTROVERSIES.
ARTICLE I. The true Church of God demonstrated by her continu∣ed Succession.
The Argument.
analysis
church hierarchy
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 100.
Catholique Professors to the year 200.
church hierarchy
The Decrees of Popes in these Ages.
Catholique Professors to the year 300.
Catholique Professors to the year 400.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
church hierarchy
church hierarchy
Catholike Profssors to the year 500.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 600.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholike Professors to the year 700.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholike Profssors to the year 800.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 600.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 1000.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 1100.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 1200.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 1300.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 1400.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholique Professors to the year 1500.
Nations converted.
church hierarchy
Catholike Professors to the year 1600.
Nations converted.
Fathers for the Churches continued Succession.
Objections against the Churches continued Suc∣cession solved.
ARTICLE II. That Protestants have no conti∣nued Succession.
THE ARGUMENT.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A third Argument.
analysis
Objections solved.
ARTICLE III. The Catholique Churches visibili∣ty asserted.
argument
analysis
A second Argument.
Fathers for the Churches visibility.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE IV. The true Church demonstrated by her Ʋnity and Ʋniversality.
The Argument for Ʋnity.
analysis
A second Argument for its Ʋnity.
analysis
The Argument for Ʋniversality.
analysis
Fathers for Ʋnity and Ʋniversality.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE V. The Churches Infallibility de∣monstrated.
The first Argument for her infallibility.
analysis
A second Argument for her Infallibility.
analysis
A third Argument for her Infallibility.
analysis
The fourth and last Argument for her Infallibility.
analysis
An Argument for the Churches Supreme power of Judicature.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
argument
analysis
Objections from Scripture and Reason solved.
Objections from Fathers and Councils solved.
ARTICLE VI. The true Church demonstrated by her Sanctity and Mira∣cles.
THE ARGUMENT.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE VII. The Popes Supremacy assert∣ed.
The first Argument.
analysis
Another Argument.
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
argument
ARITCLE VIII. Of Apostolical Tradition.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A third Argument.
analysis
The last Argument for Tradition.
analysis
Testimonies of Antiquity for Tradition.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE IX. Of Schism and Heresie.
The Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this Point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE X. Of the reall and substantiall presence of Christs Body & Bloud in the Sacrament of the B. Eucharist.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument, proving that the words of Institution ought to be taken literally and properly.
analysis
A third Argument.
analysis
Another Argument in proof of this verity.
analysis
A fourth Argument from Reason.
analysis
A fifth Argument from Reason.
analysis
Fathers for the reall and substantiall pre∣sence of Christs Body and Bloud in the Sacrament.
Objections from Scripture solved.
Objections out of Fathers solved.
Objections from pretended reason solved.
ARTICLE XI. Of Transubstantiation.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections out of Scripture solved.
Objections out of Fathers solved.
Objections from reason, and sense, answered.
ARTICLE XII. Of Communion under one kind.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A Third Argument.
analysis
A fourth Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XIII. Of the unbloudy Sacrifice of the Masse.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A third Argument.
A fourth Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XIV. Of the Liturgie, and publike Prayer in an unknown Tongue.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A third Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XV. Of Sacramentall Confession, and Absolution.
The Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XVI. Of Purgatory.
The Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XVII. Of Prayer for the Dead.
The Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Obiections solved.
ARTICLE XVIII. Of ndulgences.
argument
The first Argument.
analysis
The second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Obiections solved.
ARTICLE XIX. Of sin, both Mortall, and Veniall.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A third Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Obiections solved.
ARTICLE XX. Of the worship and invocation of Angels and Saints.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A third Argument.
analysis
A fourth Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XX. I Of Reliques.
The first Argument.
analysis
The second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Obiections solved.
ARTICLE XXII. Of sacred Images.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
A third Argument.
analysis
A fourth Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XXIII. Of free Will.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XXIV. Of saving or justifying faith.
The first Argument.
analysis
The second Argument, affirmative.
analysis
Fathers for this Point.
Objections solved.
ARTICLE XXV. Of the merit of Works.
The first Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this Point.
Objections Solved.
ARTICLE. XXVI. Of Vows.
The first Argument.
analysis
A Second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this Point.
Objections Solved.
ARTICLE. XXVII. Of the possibility of keeping the Commandements.
The First Argument.
analysis
A Second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this Point.
Objections Solved.
ARTICLE. XXVIII. Of the Sacraments.
The Argument.
analysis
A second Argument.
analysis
Fathers for this point.
Objections Solved.
Fathers for confirmation.
Objections Solved.
Fathers for Penance.
Objections Solved.
Fathers for Extream Ʋnction.
Objections solved.
Fathers for Holy Order.
Fathers for Matrimony.
Objections solved.
The Conclusion.
AN APPENDIX TO THE Article concerning the Popes Supremacy. Pag. 90.