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CONTENTS.

FAGS

Twelfth

Assumption

SUPREME

JUDGE.

Synods

have condemned erroneous

popes,

341

Thirteenth Assumption

INFALLIBILITY.

Popes

have erred,

in

the

judgment of

Papists

themselves

Many

popes

must

have been

heretics,

.

.

343

Fourteenth Assumption

SUPERIORITY To

COUNCILS,

.

346

Fifteenth

Assumption

SUPERIORITY To

ICINGS,

.

.

1,

347

Sixteenth

Assumption

CONFIRMATION OF MAGISTRATES,

.

.

348

Other

Assumptions briefly disposed

of,

.

.

349

SEVENTH PAPAL SUPPOSITION,

That

the

papal

supremacy is

indefectible

and

unalterable.

No

power on

earth

indefectible Ecclesiastical discipline may be

changed

Papal

succession

often

interrupted

The

pope's power may be forfeited Doctrine

of

Scripture

Opinions of

the fathers

Duty

of withdrawing from erroneous supe-

riors

Popes

not

exempted from

this rule

Popes

may be judged heretics

Various papal

heresies

Idolatry

Heresies on

justification

Discharging

alle-

giance

The

Apocrypha

Heresies

on

the Scriptures

On

marriages Refusalof

the

cup

Causeless

cursing

The

end,

.

.

.

.

.

350

A

DISCOURSE CONCERNING

THE

UNITY

OF

THE

CHURCH.

PREFATORY NOTE

BY

THE EDITOR, .

376

The

true

universal

church

Titles

of

the

invisible applied to

the

visible church

The church is

one

in faith,

one

in charity,

one

in brotherly

concord, one

in

dis-

cipline,

.

.

377

Reasons

against

the

Romish notion of

unity

Independence of churches Romish

unity

opposed

to

the

genius of

the

gospel

Inconvenience and inexpediency of

Romish

unity

Arguments for Romish

unity

answered

Objection from

the

Independent

theory

Corollaries from

the

preceding argument

The

Romish

church

chargeable

with

schism,

-

.

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