A defence of the Way to the true Church against A.D. his reply Wherein the motives leading to papistry, and questions, touching the rule of faith, the authoritie of the Church, the succession of the truth, and the beginning of Romish innouations: are handled and fully disputed. By Iohn White Doctor of Diuinity, sometime of Gunwell and Caius Coll. in Cambridge.
White, John, 1570-1615.
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A Table of the Questions and Controuersies, either purposely and largely handled, or, by occasion, briefly falling out, betweene my Aduersary and me, in this Defence.

A

  • ANtichrist and his persecution, with the time of his Reigne, as the Papists hold it. pag. 361. and 378.
  • Apocrypha, not Canonicall Scripture. pag. 61. and 62. in the marg.
  • Assurance of grace and saluation. Chap. 16.
  • Antecedent and Consequent will of God. pag. 212.
  • Authoritie of the Church and Scripture. Chap. 30. nu. 4.

B

  • Baptisme of infants, by Scripture. pag. 151. nu. 3.
  • The Bull against Mich. Baius. pag. 48. nu. 5.

C

  • Catholicke discipline what. pag. 5.
  • Church defined and distinguished. pag. 365. nu. 2.
    • The visiblenesse of the Church, at large. Chap. 37.38.39.
    • In what sense the Church Militant is, sometime, inuisible. pag. 355. 360. 373.
    • Hypocrites not true members of the Church. pag. 369.
    • Where the Church was before Luther. 386. 390. 394.
    • How the Church is subiect to error. pag. 421. nu. 2.
  • Councels subiect to error. Chap. 47.
  • Charles, the Emperor, his booke against Images. pag. 458. nu. 5.
  • Conception of the B. Virgin in sin. Chap. 49.
  • Communion in one kinde. Chap. 55.

E

  • Celebration of Easter. pag. 150. nu. 2.
  • Erre: the Church may erre. pag. 421. nu. 2.
    • And how Councels. Chap. 47.
  • Errors came in by degrees, into the Church. pag. 519. nu. 1.
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F

  • Fathers, their consent with Protestants. pag. 410. and Chap. 45.
    • They professed not Papistrie. Chap. 43.
    • The Papists manner of reiecting them. pag. 177.
  • Fundamentall and not Fundamentall points of faith. Chap. 17.
  • Frankford Councell against images. Chap. 48.

G

  • Grace, assurance of grace. Chap. 16.
  • Gregory what faith he taught. pag. 433.

H

  • Hypocrites no true members of the Church. pag. 369.
  • Hildebrands doctrine touching the Popes power ouer Princes. pag. 27. nu. 2. & inde.

I

  • Iesuites when, and to what purpose, ordained. pag. 13.
    • The maintainers of turbulencie and treasons. pag. 25. and 81.
    • Charged with purging bookes. pag. 56. and 72. with inhumani∣tie. pag. 87. with training vp their people in ignorance. pag. 54. and 92.
  • Inuocation of Saints by praier. Chap. 13. and 14,
  • Implicite faith and all the doctrine of the Papists touching the same. Chap. 23.
  • Image worship, and the doctrine of Rome touching the same. pag. 453. and 528. and Chap. 53.
  • Iustification of the Gentiles. Chap. 22. nu. 1.

L

  • The Laitie forbidden the Scripture. pag. 479.
    • Permitted, in ancient time, to reade them. Chap. 51.
  • Luther whence he had his assurance, and who taught him. pag. 320. nu. 8.
    • His reiecting the Fathers. pag. 310. nu. 2.
    • He sought reformation with all humility. pag. 317.
    • Where the Church was afore his time. pag. 386. and 390. and 394.

M

  • Marriage of Priests. Chap. 52. and Chap. 58. nu. 2.
  • Masse Priests: see Iesuites.
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  • Masse. pag. 74. and Chap. 58. nu. 5.
  • Merits. Chap. 7. and Chap. 58. nu. 4.

N

  • The second Nicen Councell. Chap. 48.

O

  • Originall sin. pag. 530. nu. 6.

P

  • Peters being at Rome, and being Bishop of Rome. pag. 534. nu. 2.
  • Pope, how many Princes he hath bin Traitor to. pag. 34. nu. 3.
    • The Papists make him the rule of faith, and iudge of all. pag. 67. and 79. and 299. and Chap. 34. and 35.
    • His supremacy chap. 54. and pag. 525.
    • His succeeding of Peter. pag. 537. nu. 2. and 3.
    • He hath erred and bene an Hereticke euen in Cathedra. pag. 543. nu. 7.
  • Purging of bookes. pag. 56. and 72.
  • Praier to Saints. Chap. 13. and 14.
    • For the dead. Chap. 57. nu. 3.
  • Protestant religion whether it bring men to desperation. p. 401. nu. 8.
  • Pardons. Chap. 57. nu. 2.
  • Purgatory. Chap. 57. nu. 2.
  • Priests mariage. Chap. 52. and, Chap. 58. nu. 2.
  • Predestination whether for grace foreseene. pag. 220. nu. 10. & inde.
  • Predetermination of mans will by Gods will. pag. 236. nu. 21.
  • Papists cast off the Fathers. pag. 177. maintaine saluation without the knowledge of Christ. pag. 162. haue changed the ancient faith. pag. 339. purged the ancient writings. pag. 56. and 72.

R

  • Rome a whore. pag. 11. n. 2.
  • Romane Clergy, their couetousnesse, Ch. 4. nu. 1. and Ch. 5. Their charity. pag. 23. nu. 3.
  • Reall presence. pag. 76.
  • Rule of Faith and the properties thereof. Ch. 26. and Ch. 35, nu. 6.

S

  • Scripture put downe. pag. 9. and 65. and 79. and 250. Translation thereof into the vulgar tongue. pag. 63. and Ch. 51. Such tran∣slations forbidden the laity. pag. 479. nu. 2. Scripture proues and Page  [unnumbered] expounds it selfe. Ch. 19. and 20. and 32. The sufficiency there∣of against Traditions. Ch. 27. and 30. and 31. and pag. 274. Obscurity and perspicuity of it. Ch. 29. The light of it. pag. 280. What certainty or infallibility there is in translations. Ch. 28. How particular men are assured of the sense of the Scripture. pag. 314.
  • Spirits priuate. Ch. 32. and pag. 315.
  • Saints their inuocation. Ch. 13. and 14. How they are supposed to heare vs. pag. 105.
  • Sufficient grace whether giuen to all. pag. 231. nu. 15.
  • Succession of the true Faith in the Church how it was. Ch. 44.
  • Succession of the Romish faith set forth in Catalogues how answe∣red; pag. 406.
  • Seruice in an vnknowne language. Ch. 50.

T

  • Transubstantiation Ch. 56.
  • Traditions preferred, and Scripture put downe. pag. 9. 65. 79. 250.
  • Treasonable doctrine and traiterous practises defended by Papists. pag. 27. & inde.
  • Translation of the Scripture into the mother tongues. pag. 63. See Scripture.

V

  • Vacancy in the Sea of Rome. pag. 541. nu. 5.
  • Ʋirginity of the B. virgine Mary. pag. 149. nu. 1.
  • Woman Pope, pag. 542. nu. 6.

Scripture expounded at large.

  • 1. Tim. 2.4. God will all men to be saued. pag. 210. nu. 4.
  • 2. Tim. 3.15. All Scripture is inspired of God, &c. Chap. 31.
  • 1. Cor. 14. Ch. 50.