|Author:||Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644.|
|Title:||Mr. Chillingworth's book called The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation made more generally useful by omitting personal contests, but inserting whatsoever concerns the common cause of Protestants, or defends the Church of England : with an addition of some genuine pieces of Mr. Chillingworth's never before printed.|
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Mr. Chillingworth's book called The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation made more generally useful by omitting personal contests, but inserting whatsoever concerns the common cause of Protestants, or defends the Church of England : with an addition of some genuine pieces of Mr. Chillingworth's never before printed.
Chillingworth, William, 1602-1644., Patrick, John, 1632-1695.
London: Printed for R. Chiswell ... C. Harper ... W. Crook ... and J. Adamson ..., 1687.
|Alternate titles:||Religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation|
Also attributed to John Patrick. Cf. Wing.
"An answer to some passages in Rushworth's dialogues": p. 103-134.
"An advertisement concerning this edition": p. -
Index: p. - at end of pt. 1.
Separate t.p. on p.  of pt. 2: Additional discourses of Mr. Chillingworth never before printed.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York, and Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
Entry for P730 cancelled in Wing (2nd ed.).
Rushworth, William. -- Dialogues.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Protestantism -- Early works to 1800.
An Advertisement concerning this Edition.
TO THE Most High and Mighty PRINCE, CHARLES BY THE GRACE OF GOD, KING of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
THE PREFACE TO THE AUTHOR OF Charity Maintained. With an Answer to his Direction to N. N.
THE ANSWER TO THE PREFACE.
CHAP. I. The ANSWER to the First CHAPTER.
CHAP. II. The ANSWER to the Second CHAPTER.
CHAP. III. The ANSWER to the Third CHAPTER.
CHAP. IV. The ANSWER to the Fourth CHAPTER.
CHAP. V. The ANSWER to the Fifth CHAPTER.
CHAP. VI. The ANSWER to the Sixth CHAPTER.
CHAP. VII. The ANSWER to the Seventh CHAPTER.
OUT OF Mr. Chillingworth's Manuscript. A LETTER TO Mr. LEWGAR, CONCERNING THE Church of Romes Being the Guide of Faith and Judge of Controversies.
A TABLE OF Contents. Note that the first Figure refers to the Chapter, the other to the divisions of each Chapter.
A CONFERENCE BETWIXT Mr. CHILLINGWORTH AND Mr. LEWGAR.
Mr. Chillingworths Answer.
Mr. Lewgars Reply.
Mr. Chillingworths Answer.
II. A Discourse against the Infallibility of the Ro∣man Church, with an Answer to all those Texts of Scripture that are alledged to prove it.
Out of the New Testament they alledge these Texts.
III. A Conference, concerning the Infallibility of the Roman Church: Proving that the pre∣sent Church of Rome either errs in her worship∣ping the Blessed Virgin Mary, or that the Anci∣ent Church did err in condemning the Collyridi∣ans as Hereticks.
IV. An Argument drawn from the admitting Infants to the Eucharist, as without which they could not be saved, against the Churches Infallibility.
V. An Argument drawn from the Doctrin of the Millenaries, against Infallibility.
VI. A Letter relating to the same Subject.
VII. An Argument against the Infallibility of the present Church of Rome, taken from the Con∣tradictions in your Doctrin of Transubstan∣tiation.
VIII. An account of what moved the Author to turn a Papist, with his own Confutation of the Argu∣ments that perswaded him thereto.
AN ANSWER To some passages in Rushworths Dialogues.