A dialogue betwixt two Protestants in answer to a popish catechism called A short catechism against all sectaries : plainly shewing that the members of the Church of England are no sectaries but true Catholicks and that our Church is a found part of Christ's holy Catholick Church in whose communion therefore the people of this nation are most strictly bound in conscience to remain : in two parts.
Rawlet, John, 1642-1686.
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    PART I.
  • CHAP. I. COncerning the True Church and the marks of it, and first of its Unity. Page 1
  • CHAP. II. Of the second Mark of the True Church, viz. Holiness. pag. 14
  • CHAP. III. Of the third Mark of the True Church, that it's Catholick. pag. 33
  • CHAP. IV. Of the fourth Mark of the True Church, that it is Apostolick. p. 41
  • Page  [unnumbered]CHAP. V. Of some particular points in difference betwixt us and the Church of Rome, and first, of the Popes Supremacy. p. 48
  • CHAP. VI. Of Purgatory and Prayers for the Dead, and In∣dulgences. p. 65
  • CHAP. VII. Of Transubstantiation. p. 75
  • CHAP. VIII. Concerning the Sacrifice of the Mass. p. 102
  • CHAP. IX. Of having Prayers in an unknown Tongue. p. 105
  • CHAP. X. Concerning Confession of Sins to the Priest, in order to his forgiveness of them. p. 109
  • CHAP. XI. Of Invocation of Saints. p. 119
  • CHAP. XII. Of the Worship of Images. p. 129
  • Page  [unnumbered]CHAP. XIII. Of Praying by Beads. p. 142
  • CHAP. XIV. Of Distinction of Meats. p. 148
  • CHAP. XV. Of withholding the Scriptures from the Common-People. p. 152
    PART II.
  • CHAP. I. COntaining an Answer to some Arguments a∣gainst Protestants. p. 167
  • CHAP. II. A Resolution of some Doubts and Questions pro∣posed to Protestants. 190
  • CHAP. III. An Answer to some Propositions said to be unan∣swerable by Protestants. p. 200
  • Page  [unnumbered]CHAP. IV. An Answer to a pretended Demonstration, That the Roman Church is the True Catholick Church. p. 225
  • CHAP. V. Of the number of Sacraments, with some other things briefly discust, and the conclusion of the whole. p. 239