|Author:||Knott, Edward, 1582-1656.|
|Title:||Christianity maintained. Or a discouery of sundry doctrines tending to the ouerthrovve of Christian religion: contayned in the answere to a booke entituled, mercy and truth, or, charity maintayned by Catholiques.|
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Christianity maintained. Or a discouery of sundry doctrines tending to the ouerthrovve of Christian religion: contayned in the answere to a booke entituled, mercy and truth, or, charity maintayned by Catholiques.
Knott, Edward, 1582-1656.
[Saint-Omer: English College Press]Permissu superiorum., 1638.
|Alternate titles:||Discovery of sundry doctrines tending to the overthrowe of Christian religion: contayned in the answere to a booke entituled, mercy and truth, or, charity maintayned by Catholiques|
Epistle dedicatory signed I.H. [i.e. Edward Knott, the name Matthew Wilson adopted in 1602 and kept for the rest of his life].
Printer and place of publication from STC.
A reply to: Chillingworth, William. The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation.
Errata on verso of K4, final leaf.
Formerly also STC 5149.
Identifed as STC 5149 on UMI microfilm, reel 1302:4.
Appears at reel 1053:3 (British Library copy), and at reel 1302:4 (University of Dublin, Trinity College Library copy).
Title page marked and stained; some print faded and show-through.
Reproductions of the originals in the British Library and the Trinity College, University of Dublin. Library.
Chillingworth, William, -- 1602-1644. -- Religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation -- Controversial literature.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE HIGH AND MIGHTY PRINCE, CHARLES King of Great-Brittaine, France, and Ireland, &c.
To the Christian Reader.
The Doctrines confuted in the ensuing Treatise.
CHRISTIANITY MAINTAINED. OR The discouery of sundry Doctrines tending to the Ouerthrow of Christian Religion.
The first Doctrine. That Fayth necessary to Saluation is not Infallible.
The Grounds of this Doctrine leade to Atheisme.
The second Doctrine. That the assurance which we haue of Scriptures, is but morall.
The third Doctrine. That the Apostles were not infallible in their writings, but erred with the whole Church of their time.
The fourth Doctrine. Iniurious to the miracles of our Sauiour, and of his Apostles.
The fifth Doctrine. By resoluing Fayth into Reason, he destroyes the nature of Fayth and beliefe of all Christian verityes.
The sixth Doctrine. Destructiue of the Theologicall Vertues of Christian Hope, and Charity.
The seauenth Doctrine. Takes away the grounds of rationall discourse.
The eight Doctrine. Opens a way to deny the B. Trinity, and other high misteryes of Christian Fayth.
The ninth Doctrine. Layes grounds to be constant in no Religion.
The tenth Doctrine. Prouides for the impunity & preseruation of what∣soeuer damnable errour against Christian Fayth.