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Author: Welch, John, 1568?-1622.
Title: Popery anatomized, or, A learned, pious, and elaborat treatise wherein many of the greatest and weightiest points of controversie, between us and papists, are handled, and the truth of our doctrine clearly proved : and the falshood of their religion and doctrine anatomized, and laid open, and most evidently convicted and confuted by Scripture, fathers, and also by some of their own popes, doctors, cardinals, and of their own writers : in answer to M. Gilbert Brown, priest / by that learned, singularly pious, and eminently faithful servant of Jesus Christ M. John Welsch ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Popery anatomized, or, A learned, pious, and elaborat treatise wherein many of the greatest and weightiest points of controversie, between us and papists, are handled, and the truth of our doctrine clearly proved : and the falshood of their religion and doctrine anatomized, and laid open, and most evidently convicted and confuted by Scripture, fathers, and also by some of their own popes, doctors, cardinals, and of their own writers : in answer to M. Gilbert Brown, priest / by that learned, singularly pious, and eminently faithful servant of Jesus Christ M. John Welsch ...
Welch, John, 1568?-1622., Craford, Matthew.

Glasgow: By Robert Sanders ..., 1672.
Alternate titles: Reply against Mr. Gilbert Browne, priest
Notes:
"Preface" signed: Matt. Craford; "Epistle dedicatory" and "To the Christian reader" signed: M. John Welsch.
"A brief discovery of the bloody, rebellious and treasonable principles and practises of papists": p. [441]-519.
Originally published in Edinburgh, 1602, under title: A reply against Mr. Gilbert Browne, priest. Cf. NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Errata: p. [1] at end.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Theology, Doctrinal.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A65422.0001.001

Contents
title page
In hanc pij & docti Auctoris Diatriben, & pij & docti viri M. Matth. Crafordij addi∣tamentum decastichon Latino-Scoticum.
THE PREFACE TO THE LOVERS OF THE RE∣formed Religion in Britain and Ireland.
TO THE RIGHT EXCELLENT AND MIGHTY PRINCE, JAMES THE VI. KING OF SCOTLAND, &c. Grace and Peace be multiplied.
UNTO THE GODLY AND CHRISTIAN READER IN THIS LAND, Grace, Mercy and Peace, from GOD the Father, and JESƲS CHRIST his Son, our LORD and only Savior. Amen.
table of contents
A LEARNED, PIOUS, AND ELABORAT Treatise; wherein many of the greatest and weightiest points of Controversie betwixt the Reformed Churches and Papists, are solidly de∣bated, and the truth of the doctrine of the Re∣formed Churches (especially of the Churches of Scotland) evidently demonstrated, and the falshood and error of the Popish Religion and doctrine plainly discovered, and solidly refuted by Scripture, Fathers, and also by some of their own Popes, Doctors, Cardinals, and other Po∣pish Writers. By way of Reply to one M. Gil∣bert Brown Priest.
SECTION I. THE INTRODƲCTION.
M. Gilbert Brown. An Answer to a certain Libel or Writing, sent by M. JOHN WELSCH to a Catholick, as an Answer to an ob∣jection of the Roman Church, &c.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
M. Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION II. Whither the Church of Rome is the Catholick Church?
SECTION III. Concerning the Churches infallibility, and immunity from error.
M. John Welsch.
M. Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION IV. Whither the Church of Rome be the only true Church, and the Reformed not true Churches?
M. John Welsch his Reply.
M. Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
M. John Welsch his Answer to the objection.
M. Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION V. Concerning the Judge of Controversies, namely whither GOD speaking in the Scripture be Judge of Controversies?
Maister Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION VI. Concerning the necessity of Baptism to Infants.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Maister John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION VII. Whither a man by the help of the grace of GOD, may perfectly keep the Commandments?
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION VIII. Whither a man by his Free-will may resist the will of GOD.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION IX. Concerning Transubstantiation, and Christs real and substantial Body and Blood in the Sacrament of the Lords Supper.
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
M. Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Maister John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION X. Concerning the Sacrifice of the Mass.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XI. Concerning the Degrees and Means whereby the Sacrifice of the Mass crap in. First, I will set down the estat of the publick worship of God in the primitive Church, the first three hundred or four hundred years after Christ, and then the means and degrees whereby this abominable Sacrifice crap in.
Master Gilbert Brown.
SECTION XII. Of the manifold abuses of the Mass.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XIII. Concerning Confession and Absolution by the Priest.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XIV. Of Extreme Ʋnction, and whither it be a Sacrament?
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XV. Concerning Imposition of hands, and whither it be a Sacrament?
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XVI. Concerning Matrimony, and whither it be a Sacrament?
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XVII. Concerning Merit of Good Works.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Maister John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XVIII. Concerning Works of Supererogation.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XIX. Concerning Christs descending into Hell.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XX. Concerning the difference betwixt Popery, and the Reformed Religion.
Master John Welsch.
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
Master John Welsch.
SECTION XXI. Concerning Justification by Faith.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Maister John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XXII. Concerning the Authority of the Fathers.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master John Welsch.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XXIII. Concerning the Visibility of the Church, and whither the Visible Church may make defection?
Master John Welsch.
M. Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
Master John Welsch.
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
M. John Welsch.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Maister John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master John Welsch.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
M. John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XXIV. Where our Religion was before Luther? Or a Catalogue of them who professed our Religion in the midst of Popery.
Master John Welsch.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XXV. That the Reformed Churches have not renewed old condemned Heresies.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
M. Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XXVI. That the Church of Rome hath renewed and maintaineth old condemned Heresies.
SECTION XXVII. Concerning Antichrist.
Master Johns Conclusion.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
SECTION XXVIII. That the Pope is Antichrist.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
Master Gilbert Brown.
Master John Welsch his Reply.
A BRIEF DISCOVERY OF THE BLOODY, RE∣BELLIOUS AND TREASONABLE Principles and Practises of Papists: Wherein is evidently demonstrated,
TO THE LOVERS OF THE Reformed Religion, in Britain and Ireland, Grace, mercy, and peace.
A BRIEF DISCOVERY OF THE BLOODY, REBEL∣lious and treasonable Principles and Practises of Papists.
SECTION I.
SECTION II.
SECTION III.
SECTION IV.
SECTION V.
THE CONCLƲSION.
Errata.