|Author:||Smith, William, Priest.|
|Title:||Qvi non credit condemnabitvr Marc. 16. Or A discourse prouing, that a man who beleeueth in the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Passion &c. & yet beleeueth not all other inferiour articles of Christian fayth, cannot be saued: And consequently, that both the Catholike, and the Protestant (seeing the one necessarily wanteth true fayth) cannot be saued. Written by William Smith, Priest.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Qvi non credit condemnabitvr Marc. 16. Or A discourse prouing, that a man who beleeueth in the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Passion &c. & yet beleeueth not all other inferiour articles of Christian fayth, cannot be saued: And consequently, that both the Catholike, and the Protestant (seeing the one necessarily wanteth true fayth) cannot be saued. Written by William Smith, Priest.
Smith, William, Priest.
At S. Omers: [by the English College Press] for Iohn Heigham, with permission, anno 1625.
THE EPISTLE DEDICATORY TO THE READER.
QVI NON CREDIT CONDEMNABITVR MARC. 16.
That a man, who belieueth in the Trinity, the Incar∣nation, the Passion &c. and yet beleeueth not all o∣ther articles of Christian Faith, cannot be saued. And first of the definition of Heresy and an Heretike. CHAP. I.
That euery Christian, though beleeuing in the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Passion &c. cannot be saued in his owne Religion, proued from holy scripture. CHAP. II.
The same proued from want of vnity in Fayth between Catholikes and Protestants, touching the Articles of the Creed: and from that, that the Catholike & Protestant do agree in the beliefe of diuers ar∣ticles necessarily to be beleeued, and yet not expressed in the Creede. CHAP. IIII.
CHAP. V. The same proued from the want of vnity in fayth be∣tweene Catholikes and Protestants, in articles neces∣sary to be beleeued, and yet not expressed in the Creede.
CHAP. VI. The same proued from the authority and priuiledges of the Church, in not erring in her definitions, and con∣demnation of Heresies; and first by Councells.
The same proued from the authority of the Church, condemning heresies, manifested by the writinges of particuler Fathers. CHAP. VII.
The same proued from that principle, that neither He∣retikes nor Schismatikes, are members of Christs Church. CHAP. VIII.
The same proued by arguments drawne from reason. CHAP. VIIII.
The same proued from the different effects of vertue, and vice, which Catholike and Protestant Reli∣gion do cause in their Professors. CHAP. X.
The same proued from the fearefull deaths of the first preachers of Protestancy. CHAP. XI.
The same proued from the doctrine of Recusancy, taught by Catholikes and Protestants. CHAP. XII.
The same proued from the writings of Catholikes and Protestants, wherin they reciprocally charge one an∣other with heresy. As also from the Insurrecti∣ons, warres, and Rebellions originally vn∣dertaken only for Religion. CHAP. XIII.
The same proued from the Protestants mutually con∣demning one another of heresy & for Heretikes. CHAP. XIIII.
The truth of the former doctrine proued from the ma∣ny absurdityes, necessarily accompanying the con∣trary doctrine. CHAP. XV.
THE CONCLVSION. CHAP. XVI.
The contents of the Chapters.