|Author:||Lynde, Humphrey, Sir.|
|Title:||Via tuta the safe vvay. Leading all Christians, by the testimonies, and confessions of our best learned aduersaries, to the true, ancient, and catholique faith, now professed in the Church of England. By Humfrey Lynde Knight.|
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Via tuta the safe vvay. Leading all Christians, by the testimonies, and confessions of our best learned aduersaries, to the true, ancient, and catholique faith, now professed in the Church of England. By Humfrey Lynde Knight.
Lynde, Humphrey, Sir.
London: Printed by G. M[iller] for Robert Milbourne, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Churchyard, at the signe of the Gray-hound, 1628.
|Alternate titles:||Safe way.|
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Running title reads: The safe way.
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Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
To the Religious and well affected Gentrie of this King∣dome.
THE NEW Creed of the Church of Rome. Bulla Pij Quarti pro for∣ma Iuramenti professionis fidei Datum Romae. Anno 1564.
The ten Comman∣dements.
The safe Way.
Sect. 1. The causlesse bitternesse of the Church of Rome against the Reformed Churches.
Sect. 2. The occasion of the contention betwixt the Churches ori∣ginally proceeded from the Romanists by their owne confession.
Sect. 3. Corruptions both in faith and manners confessed by the members of the Romane Church, and yet the refor∣mation denyed by the Pope, and why, &c.
Sect. 4. Many learned Romanists con∣uicted by the euidence of Truth, either in part or in whole, haue renounced Po∣perie before their death.
Sect. 5. Worldly pollicie and profit hin∣ders the Reformation of such things which are alto∣gether inexcusable in them∣selues.
Sect. 6. The common pretence of our Aduersaries refusing Re∣formation, because we can∣not assigne the precise time when errours came in; Re∣futed.
Sect. 7. The Pedegree of the Romish faith drawne downe from the ancient Heretiques, and the Protestant faith deriued from Christ and his Apostles
Sect. 8. The Testimonies of our Ad∣uersaries touching the An∣tiquitie and vniuersalitie of the Protestant faith in generall.
Sect. 9. The testimonies of our Aduer∣saries touching the Prote∣stant and the Romane faith in the particulars.
PARAG. 1. Iustification by faith (onely.)
PARAG. 2. The Sacrament of the Lords Supper, and the doctrine of Transubstantiation.
PARAG. 3. Priuate Masse.
PARAG. 4. The seuen Sacraments.
PARAG. 5. Communion in both kindes.
PARAG. 6. Prayer and seruice in a knowne tongue.
PARAG. 7. Worship of Images.
PARAG. 8. Indulgences.
Sect. 10. The Testimonies of our Ad∣uersaries touching the in∣fallible certaintie of the Protestant faith, and the vncertaintie of the Romish.
Sect. 11. The testimonies of our Aduer∣saries touching the greater safety, comfort, and benefit of the soule in the Prote∣stant faith, then in the Ro∣mish.
Sect. 12. Our Aduersaries conuicted by the euident Testimonies of the Ancient Fathers, ei∣ther ridiculously elude them, or plainely reiect them.
Sect. 13. Our aduersaries conuinced of a bad cause and an euill con∣science, by razing of our Records, and clipping their owne Authors tongues.
Sect. 14. Our Aduersaries conuicted of their defence of a desperate cause, by their blasphemous exception against the Scrip∣ture it selfe.
Sect. 15. Our chiefest Aduersarie Car∣dinal Bellarmine, testifies the truth of our doctrine in the principall points of con∣trouersie betwixt vs.
Sect. 16. Our Aduersaries obiection drawne from the Testimo∣monies of pretended Mar∣tyrs of their Religion: an∣swered.
Sect. 17. Our Aduersaries common ob∣iection, drawne from the charitable opinion of Pro∣testans; touching the salua∣tion of professed Romanists liuing and dying in their Church, Answered.
Sect. 18. Prouing (according to the Ti∣tle of the booke) by the con∣fession of all sides, that the Protestants Religion is sa∣fer, because in all positiue points of our doctrine, the Romanists themselues agree with vs, but in their additions they stand single by themselues.