|Author:||Floyd, John, 1572-1649.|
|Title:||The ouerthrovv of the Protestants pulpit-Babels conuincing their preachers of lying & rayling, to make the Church of Rome seeme mysticall Babell. Particularly confuting VV. Crashawes Sermon at the Crosse, printed as the patterne to iustify the rest. VVith a preface to the gentlemen of the Innes of Court, shewing what vse may be made of this treatise. Togeather with a discouery of M. Crashawes spirit: and an answere to his Iesuites ghospell. By I.R. student in diuinity.|
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The ouerthrovv of the Protestants pulpit-Babels conuincing their preachers of lying & rayling, to make the Church of Rome seeme mysticall Babell. Particularly confuting VV. Crashawes Sermon at the Crosse, printed as the patterne to iustify the rest. VVith a preface to the gentlemen of the Innes of Court, shewing what vse may be made of this treatise. Togeather with a discouery of M. Crashawes spirit: and an answere to his Iesuites ghospell. By I.R. student in diuinity.
Floyd, John, 1572-1649., Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652,, Rhodes, John,
[Saint-Omer]: Imprinted [at the English College Press], anno M.DC.XII. 
|Alternate titles:||Overthrow of the Protestants pulpit-Babels Overthrow of the Protestants pulpit-Babels.|
I.R. = John Floyd. Also sometimes attributed to Robert Jenison and to John Rhodes.
A reply to "The sermon preached at the Crosse, Feb. xiiii. 1607" and "The Jesuites gospel", both by William Crashaw.
Place of publication and identification of printer from STC.
With two final contents leaves.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Crashaw, William, -- 1572-1626. -- Sermon preached at the Crosse, Feb. xiiii. 1607.
Crashaw, William, -- 1572-1626. -- Jesuites gospel.
Protestantism -- Controversial literature.
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE AND VVORSHIPFVL, THE STVDENTS of the Common Lavv in his Maiesties Innes of Court. THE PREFACE.
THE OVERTHROVV OF THE PVLPIT-BABELS of English Ministers. THE FIRST PART.
THE FIRST CHAPTER, Shewing M. Crashawes, and other Ministers extreme folly, in their ordinary applying the words of his text (VVe would haue cured Babell &c.) to the progeny of Martin Luther, against the Church of Rome.
THE SECOND CHAPTER, LAYING OPEN The vayne and ridiculous braggs of the Bachelour, of foure salues very charitably applied by the Protestant Church, to heale the woundes of the Roman.
THE THIRD CHAPTER. VVHERIN is discouered M. Crashaws impious stage-playing in Pul∣pit, bringing in a Babylonian to speake like a Ca∣tholike; seeking to disgrace therby ancient Chri∣stianity, and the glorious markes of the true Church, taught by the ancient Fathers.
THE FOVRTH CHAPTER. DISCOVERING The Bachelours proud hereticall contempt of Generall Councells: and how notoriously he doth falsify diuers Canons taken out of the Councells of Constance, and of Trent.
THE SECOND PART of this TREATISE.
THE FIRST CHAPTER. CONCERNING the Errours and Blasphemies, tearmed by him Woundes, which the Bachelour doth falsly, and slaunderously impute vnto the Roman Church.
The first of the twenty slaunders: That we teach, the Pope is God.
The second wound and slaunder, That the Pope can doe more then God hath done.
The third slaunder; That we teach to appeale from God to the Virgin Mary.
THE SECOND CHAPTER. OF His slaunders, concerning Scriptures.
An answere to the fourth wound or slaunder; That the Popes Decretalls are made equall to holy Scriptures.
The fifth slaunder; That the Popes Decretals are of more authority, then diuine Scriptures.
The sixt wound; In discouery wherof the Bache∣lour giues aduantage vnto Atheisme.
The seauenth slaunder, or wound; That Images are made Lay-mens bookes.
THE THIRD CHAPTER. THE Eight wound, and slaunder, concerning adoration of holy Images; where the Catholike doctrine in this point is shewed to be far from Idolatry, and false worship; & M. Crashaws manifould slaunders, & corruptions of our Au∣thors are so discouered, that, will he stand to his word, he must publikely recant at the Crosse.
THE FOVRTH CHAPTER. A Confutation of innumerable falshoods, lyes, and slaunders heaped togeather by the Bach. concerning S. Francis, & Indulgences: Which point of Catholike do∣ctrine is cleared from diuers slaunders, and cauills, and proued out of the consent of Antiquity.
The ninth wound; An heap of lyes touching S. Francis, vttered by this Minister.
The tenth, and eleauenth wounds or slaunders, concerning Indulgences graunted by the Pope to Churches, and Graynes.
THE FIFTH CHAPTER. CONCERNING the Sacraments of Baptisme, and the Eucharist, and Sanctuaryes, answering his tweluth and thirteenth wounds.
The second sore of his tweluth wound, concerning Communion in one kind.
The thirteenth wound about Sanctuaryes, as impudent, accusing the Church of Rome, as guilty of all the bloudshed vpon earth.
THE SIXT CHAPTER. CONTAYNING An answere to his fiue next woundes, concerning vn∣cleane matters, wherin he wasteth the rest of his Sermon.
The fourteenth wound, concerning stewes: How per∣fidiously he dealeth with our Authors, namely Nauar, and Graffijs, accusing them of that doctrine, which euen in the places by him cyted, they detest.
His fifteenth wound or slaunder: That a man may keepe a wife, or a whore, as he pleaseth by our practise.
The sixteenth wound or slaunder: That we make Matrimony worse then Whoredome, and Wiues worse then Strumpets.
The seauenteenth and eighteenth slaunders; That we permit Priests to haue Concubines at a yearly rent, and force such as would liue chast to pay the rent, because they may haue Concu∣bines if they will.
An Answere to the nyneteenth wound.
THE SEAVENTH CHAPTER. AN Answer to his last wound, concerning the bad life of Catholicks.
THE EIGHT CHAPTER. Conteyning a Conclusion of this Treatise. SHEVVING The impiety of the Protestant reuolt from the Church of Rome, by the same foure arguments wherwith M. Crashaw vrgeth the Brownists for their Shcismaticall separation from the Church of England.
A TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS handled in this Booke.
Faultes escaped in the Printing.