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The words Church, Church of Christ, Catholick
Church, often used to signify a part of the Univerfal Church,
p. 113 The Church of Rome may perish, and yet the Ca
tholick Church be preserved, By the word CHURCH to be understood the Faith,
Worship, and Polity of the Church, p. 130
CH A P. VII.
Dr. Hickes's farther Vindication of his Answer to
the Miffoner's Challenge, Name your Bishops, Writers, &*c. 900 or 1000 Years before the Separation,
p. 135 The difference shewn between a Church morally and metaphysically True,
p. 139 Idolatrous Worship proved upon the Roman Church,
p. 145 The Sin of Idolatry does not destroy the Being of a Christian,
p. 147 dr Idolatrous Church may become a pure and ma
rally Holy Church upon Repentance and Reformation,
p. 150 The Doctor's Charity for the Church of Rome,
CHA P. VIII.
The Church of Rome no Visible Church of Christ,
i. e. of faithful Men, mbere the Sacraments ere duly administred.
p. 152 Allom d to be a Real ( though an Impure ) Church,
The Church of England no new (but a renew'd and reform’d) Religion
CH A P. IX.
The promise of Indefe&tibility falsly arrogated to
the Roman Church, Several other Churches have visibly continu'd (tho'
not always flourished) from their Foundation to this present day,
p. 170 Our Ancestors 900 Years ago bad no such occasion as we, to protest against. Popish Innovations,
p. 171 Our Faith the same it was 900 or 1000 Years before Luther,
ibid. Tbe Council of Trent a pack'd Council, neither Free nor General,
p. 172 The Church of England defended from the Charge of Herely,
P. 174, 175 Multitude no Argument for Universality in the Ró
man Church, Christ the only Head, under which the whole Body
of the Catholick Church is united,
C H A P. X.
The Doctor's repeated Challenge to the Missioner's
to shew the Antiquity, Universality, and Succeñon for the Trent Do&rines during the firfi five or fix Centuries.
p. 188, 189 Some Letters which passed between the Miffi
oner and Dr. Hickes, before the Do&or fent :: him an Answer to his Reply,
p. 197 The Missioner's Letter with this Query, By what Linage do you make your Descent good from
Seeki I. p. 232
the 4th Century to the pretended Reförination.
ibid. The Doctor's Answer,
p. 198 The Query turn'd upon the Misioner, p. 200 The Miffoner's Reply to the Doctor's Answer,
P. 204 The Character of Coccius, to whom he refers the Do&or, in the Margin,
p. 208 The Answer written to the Misfioner's Reply by one of the Doctor's Friends,
p. 211 A Letter of Monsieur de Meaux to Robert Nelson, Esq; in French,
p. 227 -Translated into English,
p. 229 Dr. Bull's Answer to that Letter, The Roman Church and the Catholick Church not convertible Terms,
p. 233 The great danger of their Salvation, who live in
Communion with the Church of Rome, p. 234 The infallible affiftance of the Holy Ghost in the Coun
cil of Nice, or any other truly General Council
, no. Argument for Communion with the Church of Rome,
p. 235 The Doctor's Answer to the Bishop's Question, What is meant by the Catholick Church?
p. 237 The Corruptions of the Church of Rome detected,
Seit. II. In Government,
p. 239 ---- In the Rule of Faith,
Se£t. II, p. 243 The Reverend Mr. Leslie's Answer to the aforesaid
Bishop's Letter. What is to be meant by the Catholick Church,
p. 303 The Government of the Church committed to Bishops, who were distinguished by the Titles of
Diocesan Bishops, Metropolitans, Primates, and Patriarchs,
p. 304 From whence the Council of Bishops in the Empire were stiled Oecumenical,
p. 305 The Patriarch of Constantinople claimed the Pri
macy upon the seat of the Empire's being tranflated thither from Rome,
ibid. An Universal Primacy disclaimed and protested as gainst by Pope Gregory the Great, Bishop of Rome,
p. 306 The Pope's Supremacy limited by tho Gallican Church,
p. 306, 307 That limitation disputed,
p. 307 Reafon for disowning the Pope's Supremacy,
ibid. The fame Reasons might be urged for an Universal Monarch, as for an Universal Bishop,
p. 312 His Answer to the Bishop's Question, How several
Churches can be that Kingdom of Christ not divided in it felf, and which can never fail?
p. 313, 314 The Schifm of fuch as have broke off from sub
jeltion to their lawful Bishops, justly charged
upon the Pope's pretended Sovereignty, p. 318 Every Bishop in his op'n Diocess may condemn an
Heresy, but no Council of Bishops can alter any Fundamental Article of Faith,
p. 321 The Dispute not yet determined where the Infallis bility is placed,
p. 322 A Letter to an English Priest of the Roman Com
munion at Rome, from Robert Nelson, Esq; His Opinion of a pretended Miracle, p. 325 Infallibility has no foundation either in Holy Scripture, or primitive Antiquity,
P. 327, 328
The Holy Scriptures and Fathers afpersed by some of the Romish Writers,
Mr. Herbert Thorndike's Fudgment of the Church of Rome,
Paper I. Mr. Chillingworth's Letter of the Infallibitiry of the Church of Rome,
Paper II. The Creed of Pope Pius IV.
Paper III. Bp. Cofin's Letter to the late Countess of Peterborough, concerning the difference in the chief points of Religion between the Church of Rome and the Church of England,
Pap. IV. A publick Office of daily Devotion for the Seven
Canonical Hours used in the time of the Saxons, with a Translation and Notes of the Reverend Mr. Ellob.
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