|Author:||Lechmere, Edmund, d. 1640?|
|Title:||A consultation about religion, or, What religion is best to be chosen with an appendix upon this question, whether every one may be saved in his own religion / translated out of Latin in which it was written by an eminent professor of divinity.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A consultation about religion, or, What religion is best to be chosen with an appendix upon this question, whether every one may be saved in his own religion / translated out of Latin in which it was written by an eminent professor of divinity.
Lechmere, Edmund, d. 1640?
London: [s.n.], 1693.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
Catholic Church -- Apologetic works.
Salvation outside the Catholic Church.
What Faith and Religion, is best to be imbrac'd.
The first Consideration drawn from the tending to Perfection, which Christian Religion excites us to.
The Second Consideration, in that it ex∣cludes all Licentiousness to Sin.
The Third Consideration from the Sanctity of the Professors.
The Fourth Consideration from the Miracles of its Professors.
The Fifth Consideration from the Conversion of Nations.
The Sixth Consideration from the Name of Catholick, and the thing signified by this Name.
The Seventh Consideration from Succession.
The Eighth Consideration from the consent of the Ancient Fathers, and Doctors, and their decision of Controversies, without which there is no certainty.
The Ninth Consideration, proceeding from divers Reasons, why these New Religions are to be suspected and avoided.
The First Reason, from the Novelty of it.
The Second Reason, from a defect of Suc∣cession.
The Third Reason, from the defect of Mission.
The Fourth Reason from a want of Miracles.
The Fifth Reason, from the Life and Man∣ners of the First Reformers.
The Sixth Season from their Errors, and inconstancy of Doctrine.
The Seventh Reason, from tht malicious De∣ceits and Frauds they make use of.
The Eighth Reason, from their overthrow of Good Works.
The Ninth Reason, from the licentiousness of Life, which they allow.
The Tenth Reason, from raking up, and re∣viving old Heresies.
The Eleventh Reason from the want of a Rule of Faith.
The Twelfth Reason, from another great absurdity.
The Tenth Consideration, and Conclusion of the whole Consult.
An APPENDIX to the foregoing Consultation.
The First Question.
The Second Question.