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Chap. V. On the SACRIFICE OF THE MASS.

Sect. l. Its Newness

258

Sect. 2. Against Scripture

259

Sect. 3. Against Reason

260

Chap. VI. On the WORSHIP OF IMAGES.

Sect. I. Its Newness .

261

Sect. 2. Against Scripture.

203
Sect. 3. Against Reason

20+

Chap. VII. On INDULGENCES and PURGATORY.

Sect. 1. Their Newness

265

Sect. 2. Against Scripture

268

Sect. 3. Against Reason

269

Chap. VIII. On DIVINE SERVICE IN AN UNKNOWN TONGUE.

Sect. I. Its newness

270

Sect. 2. Against Scripture

271

Sect. 3. Against Reason ....

272

Chap. IX. On FULL AND FORCED SACRAMENTAL CONFESSION.

Sect. 1. Its Newness

274

Sect. 2. Against Scripture

275

Sect. 3. Against Reason

276

Sect. 4. The Norelty of Absolution before Satisfaction 277

Chap. X. On THE INVOCATION OF SAINTS.

Sect. 1. Its Newness .....

278

Sect. 2. Against Scripture

280

Sect. 3. Against Reason

281

Chap. XI. On SeVEN SACRAMENTS.

Sect. 1. Their Newness

282

Sect. 2. Against Scripture

284

Sect. 3. Against Reason

Chap. XII. On the Romish Doctrine of TRADITIONS.

Sect. 1. Its Newness

285

Sect. 2. Against Scripture.

287

Sect. 3. Against Reason

289

Chap. XIII. On the ENCROACHMENTS OF THE BISHOP OF Rome.

Sect. I. The Newness of the Universal Headship of the

Bishop of Rome

290

Sect. 2. The Newness of Challenged Infallibility

293

Sect. 3. The Newness of the Pope's Superiority to General

Councils

ib.

Sect. 4. The New Presumption of Papal Dispensations .......... 294

Sect. 5. The New Challenge of Popes' domineering over

Kings and Emperors

...... 295

Chap. XIV. The EPILOGUE, both of EXHORTATION and

APOLOGY ............

297

An Apologetical Advertisement to the Reader

301

VI. THE RECONCILER. AN EPISTLE PACIFICATORY OF THE

SEEMING DIFFERENCES OF OPINION, CONCERNING THE

NEWNESS AND VISIBILITY OF THE ROMAN CHURCH.

Address from Bp Hall to Edward Earl of Norwich ....

309

Letter from Bp. Hall to the Bishop of Coventry and Litchfield ... 317

Answer from the Bishop of Coventry and Litchfield to Bp. Hall ... 318

Letter from Bp. Hall to the Bishop of Salisbury

319

Answer from the Bishop of Salisbury to Bp. Hall

320

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16. The Motherhood of the Church of England, how far it obligeth

us ......

411

17. The want of pretended Ordinances of God, whether sinful to us;

and whether they are to be set up without Princes 412

18. The Bonds of God's Word unjustly pleaded by the Separatists 414

19. The Necessity of their pretended Ordinances

415

20. The Enormities of the Church, in common

416

21. The Church of England is the Spouse of Christ

417

22. How the Church of England hath separated from Babylon 418

23. The Separation made by our holy Martyrs.....

421

24. What Separation England hath made.

422

25. The Main Grounds of Separation ....

423

The Prelacy of the Church of England

424

26. The Truth and Warrant of the Ministry of England

425

27. Confused Communion of the Profane

427

28. Our Errors, intermingled with Truth

428

29. Whether our Prelacy be Anti-christian ......

430

30. The Judgment and Practice of other Reformed Churches 432

31. Our Synod's determination of things indifferent

433

32. Sins sold in our Courts ......

435

3.3. Our Loyalty to Princes cleared: their's questioned .

437

34. Errors of Free-will, &c. feigned upon the Church of England ... 438

35. Kneeling at the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper

439

36. Whether our Ordinary, and Service-Book be made Idols by us... 140

37. Marriage not made a Sacrament by the Church of England 444

38. Commutation of Penance in our Church ....

446

39. Oath Ex Officio-Necessity of Confession

447

40. Holy-days how observed in the Church of England ....

448

41., Our Approbation of an Unlearned Ministry disproved

449

42. Penances enjoined in the Church of England ....

450

43. The Practices of the Church of England concerning the Funerals

of the Dead .....

451

44. The Churches still retained in England

....... 454

45. The Founders and Furnitures of our Churches

455

46. On what ground Separation or Ceremonies were objected. 457

47. Estimation of Ceremonies, and Subjection to the Prelates 158

48. The State of the Temple, and of our Church in resemblance 461

49. Whether Ministers should endure themselves silenced ... ....

462

50. Power of Reforming Abuses given to the Church: and the Issue

of the Neglect of it .....

....... 464

51. The View of the Sins and Disorders of others, whereupon ob-

jected, and how far it should affect us

466

Separation from the world how required

467

52. The Nearness of the State and Church, and the Great Errors

found by the Separatists in the French and Dutch

Churches

468

53. Conversation with the World

471

54. The Impure Mixtures of the Church of England. 1. Canops.

2. Sin uncensured. 3. Hierarchy. 4. Service-Book ........ 472

55. The Judgment of our own and our Neighbours of our Church ... 474

56. The issue of Separation .........

476

57. The Brownists' scornful Opinion of our People

478

Conclusion. From the fearful Answer of Separation

479

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UI. A LETTER FOR THE OBSERVATION OF THE FEAST OF

490

CHRIST'S NATIVITY.

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Dedication to the King ..

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Seven Irrefragable Propositions, concerning Oaths and Covenants 502

Two, as undoubted, Propositions, concerning Church-Government. 504

V. EPISCOPACY BY DIVINE RIGHT, ASSERTED.

Dedication to King Charles

507

INTRODUCTION.

1. An Expostulatory Entrance into the Question

510

2. The Difference of the Condition of Foreign Churches and

Divines, from those of our Northern Neighbours.

512

3. The Judgment of the German Reformers, concerning the retain-

ing of Episcopacy ....

514

4. The Attestation of Famous Divines abroad to our Episcopacy ... 515

5. The Particularity of the Difference in our Freedom, and the

Benefit of a Monarchical Reformation

517

6. The Project and Substance of the Treatise following ... ...... 521

Part First. POSTULATA.

Section

1. The First Ground, or Postulate:

That Government, whose Foundation is laid by Christ, and

whose Fabric is raised by the Apostles, is of Divine In-

stitution

522

9. The Second Ground:

The Practice and Recommendation of the Apostles, is sufficient

Warrant for an Apostolical Institution

.... 523

3. The Third Ground:

The Forms, ordained for the Church's Administration by the

Apostles, were for Universal and Perpetual Use

524

4. The Fourth Ground:

The Universal Practice of the Church immediately succeed-

ing the Apostolic Times, is a sure Commentary upon the

Practice of the Apostles, and our best Direction.—The

Two Famous Rules of Tertullian and St. Augustine, to

this purpose, asserted

525

5. The Fifth Ground :

The Primitive Saints and Fathers neither would nor Jurst set

up another Form of Government, different from that they

received of the Apostles

531

6. The Sixth Ground:

If the next Successors would have innovated the Form

of Government; yet they would not, in so short a space,

have diffused it through the whole Christian World ........ 533

7. The Seventh Ground:

The Ancientest Histories of the Church and Writings of the

First Fathers, are rather to be believed in the report of

the Primitive State of the Church, than the latest Authors 534

8. The Eighth Ground;

Those, whom the Ancient Church of God and all the Holy

Fathers of the Church since, have condemned for Heretics,

are no fit guides for us to follow, in that their judgment of

the Government for which they were so condemned ..... 536

9. The Ninth Ground :

The Accession of Honourable Titles and Compatible Privi-

leges, makes no Difference in the substance of a Lawful

and Holy Calling ...

537

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