|Title:||A treatise of the schism of England.: Wherein particularly Mr. Hales and Mr. Hobbs are modestly accosted. / By Philip Scot. Permissu superiorum.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A treatise of the schism of England.: Wherein particularly Mr. Hales and Mr. Hobbs are modestly accosted. / By Philip Scot. Permissu superiorum.
Amsterdam [i.e. London: s.n.], printed anno Dom. 1650.
Hales, John, -- 1584-1656
Hobbes, Thomas, -- 1588-1679
THE EPISTLE DEDICATORY.
A TREATISE OF THE Schism of England.
CHAP. I. The Church of Rome taken in the latitude of her Communion is God's onely Church.
CHAP. 2. Catholicks may certain∣ly be saved.
CHAP. 3. Schism is an enormous Crime.
CHAP. 4. Catholicks and Prote∣stants divided by Schism.
CHAP. 5. Of what use Reason is in disoussing of Faith.
CHAP. 6. A digression against Mr. Hales, the supposed Author of the Trea∣tise of Schism: And a farther proof of Schism in England.
CHAP. 7. Protestants have made this Schism.
CHAP. 8. Protestants have made the Schism with∣out any cause or ground.
An Exhortation of the Author.