|Author:||Knott, Edward, 1582-1656.|
|Title:||Mercy & truth. Or Charity maintayned by Catholiques. By way of reply vpon an answere lately framed by D. Potter to a treatise which had formerly proued, that charity was mistaken by Protestants: with the want whereof Catholiques are vniustly charged for affirming, that Protestancy vnrepented destroyes saluation. Deuided into tvvo parts.|
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Mercy & truth. Or Charity maintayned by Catholiques. By way of reply vpon an answere lately framed by D. Potter to a treatise which had formerly proued, that charity was mistaken by Protestants: with the want whereof Catholiques are vniustly charged for affirming, that Protestancy vnrepented destroyes saluation. Deuided into tvvo parts.
Knott, Edward, 1582-1656.
[Saint-Omer: Printed at the English College Press] Permissu superiorum, M.DC.XXXIIII. 
|Alternate titles:||Mercy & truth Charity maintayned by Catholiques.|
Dedication signed: I.H., i.e. Edward Knott.
A reply to: Potter, Christopher. Want of charitie justly charged, on all such Romanists, as dare (without truth or modesty) affirme, that Protestancie destroyeth salvation.
Identification of printer from STC.
Part 2 begins new pagination on 2Q3r.
With three final errata leaves.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Potter, Christopher, -- 1591-1646. -- Want of charitie justly charged, on all such Romanists, as dare (without truth or modesty) affirme, that Protestancie destroyeth salvation -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
Protestantism -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE MOST HIGH Mighty, Iust, and Clement Prince, CHARLES King of Great-Brittaine, France, and Ireland, &c.
Aduertisement of the Printer.
TO THE READER.
A TABLE OF THE Chapters, and Contents of this ensuing First Part of Reply.
THE FIRST PART.
The State of the Question; vvith a Summary of the reasons for vvhich amongst men of different Religi∣ons, one side onely can be saued. CHAP. I.
CHAP. II. VVhat is that meanes, vvherby the reuealed Truthes of God are con∣ueyed to our Vnderstanding, and vvhich must determine Contro∣uersies in Faith and Religion.
CHAP. III. That the distinction of points funda∣mentall and not fundamentall, is neither pertinent, nor true in our present Controuersy. And that the Catholique Visible Church can∣not erre, in either kind of the said points.
CHAP. IIII. To say, that the Creed containes all points necessarily to be belieued, is neyther pertinent to the Question in hand, nor in it selfe true.
CHAP. V. That Luther, Caluin, their associates, and all vvho began, or continue the separation from the externall Cōmunion of the Roman Church, are guilty of the proper, and for∣mall sinne of Schisme.
CHAP. VI. That Luther, and the rest of Pro∣testants, haue added Heresy vnto Schisme.
CHAP. VII. In regard of the Precept of Charity tovvards ones selfe, Protestants are in state of Sinne, as long as they remaine separated from the Roman Church.
THE SECOND PART.
Faults escaped in the Print.
In the Preface.
In the first Part.
In the Second Part.
In the Margent. 1. Part.
In the Margent. 2. Part.