|Author:||Du Mont, Joseph.|
|Title:||The reasons for which an ecclesiastick of the Romish Church hath left the errors of that communion for to embrace the truth of the Gospel in the reformed religion|
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The reasons for which an ecclesiastick of the Romish Church hath left the errors of that communion for to embrace the truth of the Gospel in the reformed religion
Du Mont, Joseph.
London: [s.n.], 1681.
TO Mr. RICHARD BAXTER, a most Worthy Minister of the Word of God.
PROLOGUE. Gratia Dei sum id quod sum; 1 ad Cor. c. 15. v. 10. By the grace of God I am what I am.
CHAP. I. Against the Authority of the Pope.
CHAP. II. Against Indulgences.
CHAP. III. Against the Merit of Good Works.
CHAP. IV. Against Purgatory.
CHAP. V. Against the Invocation of Saints.
CHAP. VI. Against the Adoration of Images.