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aryreed

in,

and

what

not.

p.

r

2.

The Papifts

confers

that

their

Church

bath

not

kept

God's

own

written

word

with-

out

many

hundred errours,

and

fo

not all

that

is

de

fide.

p.

13.

Therefore

they

mutt

needs dijtinguifh

the Elíentials

of

Chriftianity

from

other points.

Of

Implicite

belief

in

the

Pope

and

Councils.

p.

13. &c.

,

II. whether

it

was

or is nece(fary to

receive Chriftianity

its

from

the

Infallibility

or'Authority

of

the

Pope

and

Papifts

(or

Councils)

p. 19. &c.

we have

much more

and

fryer

Tradition for

our Religion

than

that

which

the

Papifts

would

have

iss

truft

to.

20.

The

difference

of

oar

Tra.

dition

from

theirs.

whether

Rome

or

a

church there

may

not

ceafe.

p. 22.

whether

the Seat,

the Eleflion,

or

what

Both

prove

the

Pope

to

be

St. Peter's

fuccef

our. p.

23. whe-

ther

Books

or

oral

Tradition

by

Memory

of

all

Generati-

ons,

be

the

Parer prefervative

of

the

Faith. p. 24.

CHAP.

II.

THe

Puritan

is

ambiguoufly

named,

and

fall?), de

fcribed.

P.

25.

Of

Imputed

Righteougne

fs.

p. 30. Puritanes

not

again;

external

worfbip,

nor all Ceremonies.

p. 36.

Of

their

Urage.

ibid.

The

Puritans

judgment

about

Falls

Holy

-days,

Cere-

monies,

&c.

p. 38.

The

Papifl':

writer

knoweth not

what

the

Puritans

Religion

is.

p.

4o.

The

true

Religion

of

a

Puritane

defcribed.

p.

41,

42.

1.

The

writer

wrongeth

his

Relations.

2.

He

declareth

that

he wao

before

an

rn-

godly

perfidious Hypocrite,

and

no

trj+e

Puuritane,

and

there

fore

no

wonder

that

he

turned

Papift.

p.

43.

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