Full and easie satisfaction which is the true and safe religion in a conference between D. a doubter, P. a papist, and R. a reformed Catholick Christian : in four parts ...
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.
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THE CONTENTS.

    PART I.
  • WHat is the Protestants Religion, and what the Papists? pag. 1.
  • Chap. 1. The occasion of the Conference: with an humbling consideration to staggerers. ibid.
  • Chap. 2. The Conditions of the Conference. p. 6.
  • Chap. 3. What is the Religion of the Protestants. Of the name Protestant: The Augustane and other Con∣fessions: The thirty nine Articles: The Essentials of Christianity to be distinguished from the Integrals and Accidentals. p. 9.
  • Chap. 4. What is the Papists Religion: out of Veron, Davenport, &c. p. 25.
    PART II.
  • Fourteen Principles in which the Papists and Protestants seem agreed; by which the Protestant Religion is by the Papists confessed and maintained to be all true. p. 40.
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    PART III.
  • Twenty five Charges against Popery enumerated, to be all in order proved; as Reasons why no one that hath Religion, or Sense and Reason, should turn Papist. p. 61.
    PART IV.
  • The first Charge made good, viz. against Transub∣stantiation: In which Popery is fully proved to be the shame of Humane Nature; contrary to SENSE, REASON, SCRIPTƲRE and TRADITION, or the Judgement of the antient and the present Church; devised by Satan to expose Christianity to the Scorn of Infidels. p. 75.
  • Chap. 1. The first Reason to prove that there is Bread after the Consecration, from the certainty of the In∣tellects Perception by the means of sense. ibid.
  • Twenty Reasons against the denying of common senses. p. 77.
  • Chap. 2. The Papists Answers to all this confuted. p. 88.
  • Chap. 3. The second Argument against Transubstanti∣ation from the contradictions of it. p. 96.
  • Chap. 4. The third Argument from the certain falshood of their multitudes of feigned Miracles in Transub∣stantiation. Thirty one Miracles in it enumerated; with Twenty aggravations of those Miracles. p. 99.
  • Chap. 5. The Minor proved, viz. That these Miracles are false or feigned. p. 110.
  • Page  [unnumbered]Chap. 6. Arg. 4. Transubstantiation contrary to the express Word of God. p. 117.
  • Chap. 7. Arg. 5. All these Miracles are proofless: yea, the Scripture abundantly directeth us otherwise to ex∣pound, This is my Body. p. 123.
  • Chap. 8. Arg. 6. Transubstantiation nullifieth the Sa∣crament. p. 128.
  • Chap. 9. The Novelty of Transubstantiation, as con∣trary to the faith of the antient Christians: And the singularity, contrary to the Judgement and Tradition of most of the Christian world. p. 132.
  • Chap. 10. The second part of the Controversie: That it is not Christs very flesh and blood into which the Bread and Wine is turned. p. 146.
  • Chap. 11. The Conclusion: The Scandal of our diffe∣rence removed. Whether the falshood of one Article prove the Papists foundation false? Whether it do so by the Protestants? Whether Papists have any more Infallibility than others? The necessity of discerning the Essentials of Christianity. The distinction of Ex∣plicite and Implicite faith considered. How come so many Princes, Nobles, Learned men, and whole Nati∣ons to be Papists? All Christians besides Papists, are of one Church, though of many opinions. How come so many among us at home of late inclinable to Po∣pery? What hope of Concord with the Papists? How to help them off their Councils? Snares in the point of Transubstantiation. Of their denying the Cup to the Laity. p. 152.