|Author:||Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705.|
|Title:||A Protestant antidote against the poyson of popery clearly proving the religion of the Church of Rome to be 1. superstitious, 2. idolatrous, 3. damnable, 4. bloody, 5. novel, 6. inconsistent with the publick peace, 7. irreconciliable to true Christianity ... / by Christopher Nesse ...|
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A Protestant antidote against the poyson of popery clearly proving the religion of the Church of Rome to be 1. superstitious, 2. idolatrous, 3. damnable, 4. bloody, 5. novel, 6. inconsistent with the publick peace, 7. irreconciliable to true Christianity ... / by Christopher Nesse ...
Ness, Christopher, 1621-1705.
London: Printed for Dorman Newman ..., 1679.
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Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
To the Right Honourable, the Lords and Commons of England.
TO THE READER.
AN ANTIDOTE AGAINST POPERY.
CHAP. I. In General. The seven bad Properties of Popery, viz. 1. Superstitious. 2. I∣dolatrous. 3. Damnable. 4. Bloody. 5. Novel. 6. Inconsistent with publick peace. 7. Irreconciliable to the Prote∣stant Christian Religion. Those seven bad Properties are as the seven Unclean Spi∣rits which possessed the empty house. Matth. 12.43, 45
CHAP. II. The Second Property, is the Idolatry of the Romish Religion.
CHAP. III. The Third Property. 'Tis unsafe to Live and Dye in; Or, A Damuable Reli∣gion.
CHAP. IV. The Fourth Property, 'Tis a Bloody Reli∣gion.
CHAP. V. The Fifth Property is, The Novelty of Popery.
CHAP. VI. The Sixth Property, Its Inconsistency with Publick Peace.
CHAP. VII. The Seventh and last Property is, Its Ir∣reconciliableness to the Protestant Re∣ligion.
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