|Author:||Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.|
|Title:||The antibarbarian: or, A treatise concerning an unknowne tongue As well in the prayers of particulars in private as in the publique liturgie. Wherein also are exhibited the principall clauses of the Masse, which would offend the people, if they understood them. By Peter Du Moulin, minister of the Word of God in the church of Sedan and professor of divinitie.|
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The antibarbarian: or, A treatise concerning an unknowne tongue As well in the prayers of particulars in private as in the publique liturgie. Wherein also are exhibited the principall clauses of the Masse, which would offend the people, if they understood them. By Peter Du Moulin, minister of the Word of God in the church of Sedan and professor of divinitie.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658., Baylie, Richard.
London: Printed by George Miller, for George Edwards, and are to be sold in the Old Baily, in Greene Arbour, at the signe of the Angell, 1630.
|Alternate titles:||Antibarbare. English|
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Mass -- Controversial literature.
Language question in the church -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT Worshipfull, Right Reverend and VVor∣thy Father of the Law, Sir GEORGE CROOKE Knight, one of his Maje∣sties Iudges of the Kings Bench.
TO MY NEPHEW Mounsieur Bochart Pastor of the Church of Caen.
A Table of the Chapters.
A TREATISE; Concerning a strange language in prayers and in the service of GOD.
CHAP. I. That false religions love obscu∣ritie: But the true Religi∣on setteth forth to the view her doctrine, & holdeth nothing hidden.
CHAP. II. Two differences betweene us and the Church of Rome, touching an unknowne tongue.
CHAP. III. Of prayers of particular per∣sons in a tongue not under∣stood by themselves that pray.
CHAP. IV. That in the Primitive Church every one pray∣ed in his owne tongue.
CHAP. V. That publique service in a tongue not understood, is contrary to the Word of God, and to reason.
CHAP. VI. Proofe hereof even by the ex∣ample of the Church of the old Testa∣ment.
CHAP. VII. That the Primitive Christian Church thorow out the whole world, used a tongue understood in the publique service.
CHAP. VIII. Two causes which move the Pope and his Clergie, to will that the Masse, and the whole ordinary ser∣vice be said in the Latine tongue.
CHAP. IX. The third cause for the which they will not have the Masse understood by the people. The clauses of the Masse which would offend the people if they under∣stood them.
CHAP. X. An examination of our Adversaries reasons: es∣pecially of those of Mounsieur the Cardinal du Perron.
CHAP. XI. An examination of the proofes which Mounsieur the Car∣dinall du Perron draw∣eth from antiquitie for service in a tongue not under∣stood.
CHAP. XII. By what meanes the Latine tongue is brought into divine service in France and in Spaine.
CHAP. XIII. Of England and Germany, and and how the Romish service and the Latine tongue were thither brought in.
CHAP. XIIII. Concerning Africa, and how the service in the Latine tongue entred thi∣ther.