|Author:||Sharpe, Leonel, 1559-1631.|
|Title:||A looking-glasse for the Pope. Wherein he may see his owne face, the expresse image of Antichrist. Together with the Popes new creede, containing 12. articles of superstition and treason, set out by Pius the 4. and Paul the 5. masked with the name of the Catholike faith: refuted in two dialogues. Set forth by Leonel Sharpe Doctor in Diuinitie, and translated by Edward Sharpe Bachelour in Diuinitie.|
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A looking-glasse for the Pope. Wherein he may see his owne face, the expresse image of Antichrist. Together with the Popes new creede, containing 12. articles of superstition and treason, set out by Pius the 4. and Paul the 5. masked with the name of the Catholike faith: refuted in two dialogues. Set forth by Leonel Sharpe Doctor in Diuinitie, and translated by Edward Sharpe Bachelour in Diuinitie.
Sharpe, Leonel, 1559-1631., Sharpe, Edward, 1557 or 8-1631,
London: Printed by Edward Griffin dwelling in the little old Bayly neere the Kings-head, 1616.
|Alternate titles:||Speculum Papæ. English Speculum Papæ. English|
A translation, by Edward Sharpe, of: Sharpe, Leonel. Speculum Papaæ.
Many pages misnumbered.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Papacy -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
THE EPISTLE DEDICATORY to the most Reuerend Cler∣gie of ENGLAND.
THE EPISTLE to the Christian READER; Wherein the glasse of Christ, and Chri∣stianitie is conteyned.
The Translator to the READER.
THE POPES LOOKING GLASSE.
CHAP. I. The dedication of the worke.
CHAP. II. Wherein, as in diuerse following Chapters, is set downe what Antichrist is. In this the mistaking of the Prophet Daniel and the Apostle Iohn.
CHAP. III. The state of the question, and diuers significations of Antichrist.
CHAP. IV. The diuers kindes of Antichrists, wherein it is farther proued to be a succession.
CHAP. V. Wherein is inquired what manner of one Antichrist is.
CHAP. VI. Wherein Antichrist is proued an Apostata, and vniuersall Bishop.
CHAP. VII. Antichrist within the Church in stead of God, and how he lifts vp himselfe against God.
CHAP. VIII. How Antichrist doth denie Christ.
CHAP. IX. The Pope taketh away the properties of ech nature in Christ.
CHAP. X. The Pope denieth the three offices of Christ.
CAHP. XI. Wherein the smoakie Kingdome of Antichrist is plenti∣fully described out of Iohn.
CHAP. XII. Antichrist his ministers are Locusts, whose pro∣perties are described.
CHAP. XIII. Other properties of Locusts.
CHAP. XIV. Wherein is set downe actions of the Beast.
CHAP. XV. The decayed Emperour reuiued by the Pope.
CHAP. XVI. Of bringing downe fire from heauen.
CHAP. XVII. Of the Popes Character.
CHAP. XVIII. Of the name and number of the second Beast.
CHAP. XIX. Wherein is shewed the place where Antichrist sitteth.
CAHP. XX. Wherein the qualities of the Whore of Babylon are described.
CHAP. XXI. How the Church of Rome may be said to be the Church of GOD.
CHAP. XXII. An aduise to Princes to ioyne against the Pope.
CHAP. XXIII. The ouerthrow of Rome.
CHAP. XXIV. Wherein is set downe the time when Antichrist is reuealed.
CHAP. XXV. How the old Empire was taken away.
CHAP. XXVI. A recapitulation of that which went before.
CHAP. XXVII. Wherein is shewed what kinde of one Antichrist is not.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of the Nation, Religion, Office, and seat of ANTICHRIST.
CHAP. XXIX. Wherein it is disputed, whether Antichrist be, that is, whether hee bee come.
CHAP. XXX. Of the second token going before Anti∣christs comming.
CHAP. XXXI. Wherein the third demonstration is refuted.
CHAP. XXXII. The fourth Note concurring.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of the loosing and binding of Sathan.
CHAP. XL. Of the 5. note of the continuance of An∣tichrists kingdome.
CHAP. XLI. Of the sixt and last Note.
CHAP. XLII. The scope and conclusion of the whole worke.
CHAP. XLIII. THE PROSOPOPEY.
PRAGMATI∣CALL ANTICHRIST, OR HJLDEBRAND BROVGHT TO LIFE: OR The first Dialogue of Christian obedience due to Kings against Antichristian rebellion couered vnder the shew of Catholike RELIGION.
DOGMATICAL ANTICHRIST, OR The Popes Creede, OR The Pastor raigning. The second booke of the Dialogue.
A Table of the principall matters con∣teyned in this Treatise.