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Author: Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621.
Title: Synopsis papismi, that is, A generall viewe of papistry wherein the whole mysterie of iniquitie, and summe of antichristian doctrine is set downe, which is maintained this day by the Synagogue of Rome, against the Church of Christ, together with an antithesis of the true Christian faith, and an antidotum or counterpoyson out of the Scriptures, against the whore of Babylons filthy cuppe of abominations: deuided into three bookes or centuries, that is, so many hundreds of popish heresies and errors. Collected by Andrew Willet Bachelor of Diuinity.
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Print source: Synopsis papismi, that is, A generall viewe of papistry wherein the whole mysterie of iniquitie, and summe of antichristian doctrine is set downe, which is maintained this day by the Synagogue of Rome, against the Church of Christ, together with an antithesis of the true Christian faith, and an antidotum or counterpoyson out of the Scriptures, against the whore of Babylons filthy cuppe of abominations: deuided into three bookes or centuries, that is, so many hundreds of popish heresies and errors. Collected by Andrew Willet Bachelor of Diuinity.
Willet, Andrew, 1562-1621.

At London: Printed by Thomas Orwin, for Thomas Man, dwelling in Pater noster row at the signe of the Talbot, 1592.
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Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
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Contents
THE FIRST BOOKE OR CEN∣TVRIE CONTEINING THE CONTRO∣VERSIES OF RELIGION, WHICH ARISE IN QVE∣stion betweene the Church of God and the Papistes, about the word of God conteined in the Scriptures, and the Church Mili∣tant here vpon earth, with the partes and members thereof.
THE FIRST GENERALL CONTROVER∣sie of the holie Scriptures.
THE SECOND GENERALL CONTROVERSIE, CONCER∣NING THE CHVRCH.
THE FOVRTH GENERALL CONTROVERSIE CONCERNING THE BISHOP OF ROME, COMMON∣LIE CALLED THE POPE.
THE FIFT GENERAL CON∣TROVERSIE CONCERNING SPI∣RITVAL PERSONS, COMMONLY CALLED THE CLERGIE.
THE SIXT GENERAL CON∣TROVERSIE CONCERNING THE SVPERSTITIOVS ORDERS AND SECTS OF MONKES AND FRIERS.
HERE FOLLOW THE controuersies concerning the Church Triumphant.
THE NINTH GENERALL CONTROVERSIE CONCERNING SAINTS DEPARTED.
THE SECOND PART OF THIS CONTRO∣uersie, of the Saints departed that are in ioye and blisse.
HERE FOLLOW SVCH CONTROVERSIES, as concerne the Sacraments of the Church.
OF the Sacraments then, wee must first intreate in generall, and afterward handle them in particular.
THE THIRTEENTH GENE∣RALL CONTROVERSIE, OF THE SACRAMENT OF THE LORDS SVPPER OR EVCHARIST.
HERE ENSVE THE CONTRO∣VERSIES OF THE FIVE OTHER PO∣pish Sacraments: Penance, Matrimony, Confirma∣tion, Orders, Extreme Vnction.
THE FOVRTEENTH CONTROVERSIE, of popish Penance.
HERE ENSVE SVCH QVES∣TIONS AND CONTROVERSIES AS ARE MOOVED CONCERNING THE BENE∣fites of our redemption, purchased vnto vs by the death of Christ.
THE THIRD PART, OF THIS controuersie of Iustifi∣cation.
HERE FOLLOW SVCH CONTROVERSIES AS doe arise betweene the Protestants and Papists, about the natures of Christ.