|Author:||Lover of truth and peace.|
|Title:||Vindiciæ revindicate being an answer to Mr. Baxters book intituled Catholick communion doubly defended, by Dr. Owen's vindicator and Richard Baxter, and Mr. Baxter's notions of the saints repentance and displeasure in heaven, considered / by a lover of truth and peace in sincerity.|
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Vindiciæ revindicate being an answer to Mr. Baxters book intituled Catholick communion doubly defended, by Dr. Owen's vindicator and Richard Baxter, and Mr. Baxter's notions of the saints repentance and displeasure in heaven, considered / by a lover of truth and peace in sincerity.
Lover of truth and peace.
London: Printed by George Larkin ..., 1684.
Errata: preliminary p. 
Imperfect: print show-through.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Baxter, Richard, -- 1615-1691. -- Catholick communion doubly defended.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
AN EPISTLE TO THE READER.
AN ANSVVER TO Mr. Baxters Book, INTITULED, Catholick Communion doubly Defended, by Dr. Owens Vindicator, and Richard Baxter.
SECT. I. No Consent of Dr. Owens Vindicator to the Catholick Communion defended by Mr. Baxter.
SECT. II. Mr. Baxter hath not proved the Charge of Errors on Dr. Owen, alias the Manuscript, sufficiently.
SECT. III. The Remains of what Mr. Baxter saith in his Defence, against my Discharge of Dr. Owens pretended Er∣rors, Considered.
SECT. IV. Mr. Baxters Concessions to the Doctors personal Worth, and Sence of his ill-treating the Doctors Name, thank∣fully acknowledged.
SECT. V. Mr. Baxters fourth Section Considered, being a Mis∣cellaneous Collection of various matters Contained in the Vindicator, and his Animadversions on them.
SECT. VI. Of Repentance in Heaven, and the Displeasure of Glory∣fied Saints there, at their Mistakes defended on Earth, asserted by Mr. Baxter.