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Author: Lechmere, John.
Title: The relection of a conference touching the reall presence. Or a bachelours censure of a masters apologie for Doctour Featlie.: bachelours censure of a masters apologie for Doctour Featlie. / By L.I. B. of Art, of Oxford.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The relection of a conference touching the reall presence. Or a bachelours censure of a masters apologie for Doctour Featlie.: bachelours censure of a masters apologie for Doctour Featlie. / By L.I. B. of Art, of Oxford.
Lechmere, John., Lechmere, Edmund, d. 1640? Conference mentioned by Doctour Featly in the end of his Sacrilege.

At Doway: by Laurence Kellam, M. DC. XXXV. [1635]
Subject terms:
Lord's Supper -- Real presence
Waferer, Myrth, -- 1609 or 10-1680. -- Apologie for Daniel Featley.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A72527.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE.
APPROBATIO.
THE ERRATA.
note
title page
TO THE READER.
Heer's Rhodes.
THE RELATION.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
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THE FIRST ARGVMENT.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
THE SECOND Argument, taken out of S. Augustine.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
THE THIRD ARGVMENT.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
THE FOVRTH ARGVMENT.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
THE FIFT ARGVMENT.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
THE SIXT. ARGVMENT.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
THE SEVENTH ARGVMENT.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
THE BREAKING VP of the conference, and the Ministers ter∣guiersation.
THE NOTES OF S. E.
imprimatur
title page
TO THE READERS OF THE TITLE.
TO MASTER MIRTH VVAFERER In oxford; or Odiham, or els-vvhere; Quocumque sub axe;, More vvitt, and more grace.
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ANSWER TO THE EPISTOLARIE PROLOGVE.
THE CENSVRE OF THE APOLOGIE.
answer to argument 1
The second Argument was of Saint Augustines words of eating the flesh of the sonne of man, Figura est &c. lib. 3. de doct. Christiana. And it was answered that this ea∣ting is figuratiue according to the manner, for this flesh is not diui∣ded (in the eating) in it self; as other flesh: but not figuratiue accor∣ding to the thing, the flesh.
The third argument was about the killing letter; out of Origen, who by the killing letter meant (as it was Answered) not the Catho∣like sence, but the Caphar∣naiticall.
The fourth Argument was taken out of Gratian and the Glosse, that the Heauenlie bread is the flesh of Christ secundum quē∣dam modum. It was Answe∣red that the Glosse which doth vse the word Sacramentum, speakes of that which is Sacra∣mentum tantum: and Gratian of the Canon, saith the Heauen∣lie bread which includes the flesh of Christ, is the visible flesh or bodie secundùm quemdam mo∣dum.
The Fift obiection was that Hoc stands for bread, because the Fa∣thers, sometimes call the Sacra∣ment by that name, and the pro∣noune relates to nothing els. The Answer was that Hoc, (who∣se signification of it self is confu∣sed) relates vnto the thing which is vnder the species when the forme is whollie vttered; and that this thing is Heauenlie bread and by the Fathers so called.
The sixt Argument was groun∣ded vpon the word Testament in S. Luke: where it is taken, as my Lord Answered, for an authentick signe of the inte∣riour will or sentence: and in this sence our Sauiours blood, as vnder the forme of wine, is testamentum, a Testament.
The seuenth Argument was ta∣ken out of that place of S. Ma∣thew where the cup our Sauiour drank of, is called the fruit of the vine. It was answered that there were two cups, the Le∣gall and the Sacramentall; and that those wordes (as appeares by by the relation of Saint Luke) were meant of the Legall cup though it had beene easie to ans¦wer the Argument had the beene vnderstood of the Sacr¦mentall.