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Author: Knott, Edward, 1582-1656.
Title: Infidelity vnmasked, or, The confutation of a booke published by Mr. William Chillingworth vnder this title, The religion of Protestants, a safe way to saluation [i.e. salvation]
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Infidelity vnmasked, or, The confutation of a booke published by Mr. William Chillingworth vnder this title, The religion of Protestants, a safe way to saluation [i.e. salvation]
Knott, Edward, 1582-1656.

Printed in Gant: By Maximilian Graet, 1652.
Notes:
Written by Edward Knott, alias of Matthew Wilson; used name Knott throughout his life. Cf. Wing and Records of the English Province of the Society of Jesus, 1883, v. 7, pt. 2, p. 850.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Chillingworth, William, -- 1602-1644. -- Religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A66580.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
A TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS.
Touching the necessity of diuine Grace for all vvorkes of Christian Piety.
SECTION I. The necessity of Grace for all actions of Christian Piety, in generall.
SECTION II. The Necessity of Grace to Belieue.
SECTION III. The necessity of Grace to Hope as vve ought for saluation.
SECTION IV. Grace necessary for Charity.
SECTION V. The Necessity of Grace for keeping the Commandements, and ouercoming temptations.
SECTION VI. Grace Necessary for true Repentance
SECTION VII. Grace is necessary for perseuerance.
SECTION VIII That Habituall or justifying Grace is ne∣cessary to keepe the commandements.
SECTION IX. Of Habituall, or justifying Grace in it selfe.
CHAP I. CHRISTIAN FAITH, NECESSARY TO SALVATION, IS INFALLIBLY TRVE.
CHAP. II. ALL THINGS NECESSARY to be believed, ARE NOT IN PARTICVLAR, Evidently contayned in Scripture alone.
CHAP: III. A CONFVTATION OF MR. CHILLINGVVORTHS ERROVRS AGAINST HOLY SCRIPTVRE.
CHAPTER IV. A LIUING INFALLIBLE IVDG IS NECESSARY FOR DECIDING CONTROVERSYES IN MATTERS OF FAITH.
CHAP: V. IN WHAT MANNER AND ORDER WE PROVE THE INFALLIBILITY OF THE CHVRCH
CHAP. VI. ABOVT FVNDAMENTALL AND NOT FVNDAMENTALL POYNTS OF FAITH.
CHAP: VII. PROTESTANTS ARE GVILTY OF THE SINNE OF SCHISME.
CHAP: VIII. Mr. CHILLINGVV ORTHS ERROVRS CONCERNING REPENTANCE, ARE EXAMINED, AND CONFVTED.
CHAP: IX. THE ANSWER TO THE PREFACE OF CHARITY MAINTAYNED IS EXAMINED.
CHAP: X. The Ansvver to his FIRST CHAPTER, ABOVT THE STATE OF THE QVESTION: And VVhether amongst men of DIFFERENT RELIGIONS one side only can be saved.
CHAP: XI. The Ansvver to his second Chapter CONCERNING THE MEANES WHERBY THE REVEALED TRVTHS OF GOD ARE CONVEYED TO OVR VNDERSTANDING, And vvhich must determine Controversyes in Faith and Religion.
CHAP: XII. THE ANSWER TO HIS THIRD CHAPTER ABOVT FVNDAMENTALL AND NOT FVNDAMENTALL POINTS.
CHAP: XIII. THAT THE CREED CONTAINES NOT ALL POINTS NECESSARILY TO BE BELIEVED: IN ANSWER TO HIS FOVRTH CHAPTER.
CHAP: XIV. THE ANSWER TO HIS FIFTH CHAPTER ABOVT SCHISME.
CHAP: XV. THE ANSWER TO HIS SIXTH CHAPTER ABOVT HERESY.
CHAP: XVI. THE ANSWER TO HIS SEAVENTH CHAPTER? That Protestants are not bound by the CHARITY WHICH THEY OWE TO THEMSELUES to re-unite themselves to the ROMAN CHVRCH.
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