|Title:||An answer to the challenge of Mr. Henry Jennings (Protestant Arch-Deacon of Dromore) which evidently makes-out the present Church of Romes doctrine to have been maintain'd in the first five ages, & the adversarys principles to be only a heap of heresies lawfully condemn'd by the primitive Church. To which is annexed An answer to one Whealy. Set forth by James O Shiell reader of Divinity.|
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An answer to the challenge of Mr. Henry Jennings (Protestant Arch-Deacon of Dromore) which evidently makes-out the present Church of Romes doctrine to have been maintain'd in the first five ages, & the adversarys principles to be only a heap of heresies lawfully condemn'd by the primitive Church. To which is annexed An answer to one Whealy. Set forth by James O Shiell reader of Divinity.
[S.l.: s.n.], Permissu Superiorum. 1699.
"An answer to what one Whealy alleages (in his almanack) against St. Peters supremacy" has caption title and separate pagination; register is continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Jennings, Henry, -- Protestant Arch-deacon of Dromore -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE QUEEN
An Answer to Mr. Iennings Challenge.
Chap. 2 Prov•ng that the Communio• was admīnistred under one kind in th• Primitive Church
C•ap 3 provi•g •hat t•e Co•m•n Prayers were 〈…〉 gen••al∣ly unde•stood by all •hose of the Pr•mi∣tive Chu•ch.
Chap 4 Proving the Pope of Rome's Supremacy in the Premitive Church.
Chap: 5 Proving, that the Real Presen∣ce, was believ'd by those of the Primiti∣ve Church
Chap. 6 Proving that the holy Eucha∣rist was ador'd, & worshipp'dby those of the Primit•ve Church.
Chap. 7 Proving that Transubstātia∣•• was believ'd by those of the Primi∣••ve Church.
Chap. 8. Proving the use, and vene¦ration of Images, in the Primitive Church.
Chap. 9 Proving the invocation of Angels, and Saints to be lawfull, • practis'd by those of the Primitive Church
Chap. 10 Proving that Purgatory, was believ'd by those of the Primitive. Church.
Chap 11 Proving that all those of the Primitive Church had not the word of God in their Mother to•gue, and that the reading thereof is not profita∣ble (or genera•ly allowed) to all people.
Chap. 12 Proving that the preten∣ded reformers Doctrines are but a heap of several old heresies lawfully condem∣n'd by the Primitive Church
An Answer to what o•e Wealy •lleages (in his Almanack) against St. Peters Supremacy.