|Author:||Wake, William, 1657-1737.|
|Title:||A defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England against the exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, and his vindicator : the contents are in the next leaf.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England against the exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, and his vindicator : the contents are in the next leaf.
Wake, William, 1657-1737.
London: Printed for Richard Chiswell ..., 1686.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Attributed to William Wake. cf. NUC pre-1956.
Errata: p. - at end.
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, -- 1627-1704. -- Exposition de la doctrine de l'Eglise catholique sur les matières de controverse.
Church of England.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
A TABLE OF THE ARTICLES Contained in the following TREATISE.
THE EXPOSITION OF THE Doctrine of the Church of England, Vindicated, &c.
ARTICLE I. Introduction.
ARTICLE II. That Religious Worship is terminated only in God.
ARTICLE III. Invocation of Saints.
Appendix to ARTIC. III. A Specimen of the Church of Rome's Service to Saints, taken out of their Publick Litur∣gies.
ARTICLE IV. Images and Reliques.
ARTICLE V. Of Justification.
ARTICLE VI. Of Merits.
ARTICLE VII. §. 1. Of Satisfactions.
ARTICLE VII. §. 2. Of Indulgences.
Purgatory. §. 3.
ARTICLE VIII. Of the Sacraments in General.
ARTICLE IX. Of Baptism.
ARTICLE X. Of Confirmation.
ARTICLE XI. Of Penance.
ARTICLE XII. Of Extreme Unction.
Ex S. Gregorii Libr. Sacram. p. 66.
In the Office of Visiting the Sick, several Introdu∣ctory Prayers, all for the Bodies Recovery, are first said: such as this, pag. 251, &c.
Some of these being said, the Priest goes on thus:
Then the sick Person kneels down upon the right Hand of the Priest, and this Antiphona is sung:
Then follows this Prayer.
Afterwards this Antiphona.
Then follows another Psalm, and after it this An∣tiphona:
After this is said the 6th Psalm, from whence the Antiphona was taken; which being ended, they anoint the sick Person in several parts, but espe∣cially in that where the pain lies; saying this Prayer:
Then follows this Prayer.
ARTICLE XIII. Of Marriage.
ARTICLE XIV. Of Holy Orders.
ARTICLE 15, 16, 17, 18. Of the Eucharist.
ARTICLE XIX. Of the Sacrifice of the Mass.
ARTICLE XX. Of the Epistle to the Hebrews.
ARTICLE XXI. Reflections upon the foregoing Doctrine.
ARTICLE XXII. Communion under both Species.
ARTICLE XXIII. Of the Written and Ʋnwritten Word.
ARTICLE XXIV, XXV. Of the Authority of the Church.
ARTICLE XXVI. Of the Authority of the Holy See, and of Episcopacy.
table of contents
NUM. I. The Extract of a Letter written from Paris con∣cerning Monsieur de Meaux's Pastoral Let∣ter.
NUM. II. An Extract of Father Crasset's Doctrine concern∣ing the Worship which the Roman Church allows to the Blessed Virgin.
NUM. III. Cardinal BONA's Doctrine and Practice of this Worship.
NUM. IV. Copie d'une Lettre ecrite à Monsieur l'E∣vêque de Meaux, cy devant Evêque de Condom.
The Copy of a Letter sent to Monsieur the Bi∣shop of Meaux, formerly Bishop of Con∣dom.
NUM. V. The Epistle of St. Chrysostome to Caesarius, cut by some of the Doctors of the Sorbonne, out of the Greek Edition of Palladius, pub∣lished by Monsieur Bigot, 1680. with a Dissertation premised, containing an Histori∣cal Account of the whole Affair.
REFLECTION I. Of APOLLINARIUS and his HERESIE.
REFLECTION II. St. Chrysostme's Argument from the Eucharist against the Apollinarians, consider'd and explain'd.
REFLECTION III. Of the Epistle it self, and the Attempts that have been made against it.
NUM. VI. Having, to satisfie the Vindicator, used such exactness in my Quotations, as to refer, for the most part, to the very Pages where they are; it was thought fit, if it may be, to prevent all future Cavil, that I should here subjoyn this following Account of the Editions made use of by me.
Add to pag. 114. lin. 24.