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37o

The

L

I F

E áf

the

.,

L

f

BA.

t a. Some have

put

Scorns

upon the two

Books

of

Homilies, calling them either

Popular

Difcourfes,

or

a

Doctrine

ufeful

for thofe Times wherein they were

fer

forth.

x

;.

Some have

defended the whole

grofs

Stab

ftance

of

Arminianifm,

that

Eleilo

efi

exfide

prarvifa,That the A& of Convetfion depends upon the Concurrence

of

Man's

Freewill; That the

¡unified

Man

may fall finally and

totally

from Grace.

14. Some

have

defended IJniverfal Grace,

as

imparted

as

much to Reprobates

as

to

the

Elea,

and have proceeded

ufgue

ad

falutem Etbnüorum,

which the Church

of

England

hath Anathematized.

e

ç.

Some

have abfolutely denied

Original

Sin, and

fo evacuared. the Croß

of

Cbrifi,

as

in

a

Difputation

at. Oxon.

-

16.

Some have given excellive Caufe

of

Scandal

to the Church

: as

being

fu.

fpeeted

of

Socinianifm.

17. Some have defended

that Concupifcence

is

no

fin,

either in the habit, or

firft

motion.

18. Some have

broacht out of

Socinur

a

molt uncomfortable and.defperate Do-

&rine, That

late

Repentance,

that

is,

upon

the

laft Bed

of

Sicknefs,

i,

unfrúirful,

at

leafs

to reconcile the Penitent to God.

ddd

unto tbefe, fame dangerous

and

molt reproveable

Boolar.

a.

The

Reconciliation

of

Sancta Clara,

to knit the Romiíh and

Proteffant

in one

5.

Memorand.

That

he be caufed

to produce

Bifhop

Watforis

Book

of

the

like

Reconci-

liation

which he

fpeaks of.

z.

A

Book called

Brevù

Dsfguíßtio,

printed

.(as

it

is

thought)

in

London,

and

vul-

garly

to

be-

had, which impugneth the Doetrine of the Holy

Trinity,

and

the

ve-

rity

of

Chrif's

Body

(which he took of

the

Bleffed

Virgin) in Heaven,

and

the

verity

of

our

-Refurre&ion.

;.

A

Book called

Timotlieur Pbilalether

ele

Pace

Eccleßa,

which

holds

that

every Re-

ligion

will

fave a

Man,

if

he holds the

Covenant.

Innovations

in

Difeipline,

T.

The

turning of the

holy

Table Altar

-wife, and molt commonly calling it an

Altar.

z. Bowing towards

it,

or

towards the Eaft, many times, with three Congees,

but ufually

in

every

motion,

accefs,

or

reed's in

the

Church.

;.

Advancing

Candlefticks

in

many Churches upon the Altar

fo called.

4.

In making Canopies over the Altar

fo

called,

with

Traverfes and Curtains

on

each

fide ,

and before ir.

ç.

In

compelling

all

Communicants

to

come up before

the

Rails, and

there to Re-

ceive.

6.

In

advancing

Crucifixes

and

Images

upon the

Parafrons,

or

Altar

-

cloth,

fo

called.

7.

In

reading

Come

part

of the Morning Prayer

at the Holy

Table,

when there

is

no Communion

celebrated.

8. By

the Miniller's turning

his

back

to theWeft, and

his face

to the

Eaft,

when

he

pronounceth the

Creed,

or

reads Prayers.

9.

By

reading the Litany

inthe

midi

of the

Body

of

the Church in

many

of

the

Parochial

Churches.

ea.

By

pretending

for

their Innovations

,

the Injunetions and

Advertifements

of

Queen

Elizabeth,

which

are

not in

force, but by

way

of

Commentary

and Im-

pofition, and by

putting to

the Liturgyprinted

feecundo,

tertio

Edwards fexti,

which

the Parliament hath

Reformed and laid

afide.

IL

By

offeringof Bread and Wine by the hand

of

the Churchwardens

or

others,

before

the Confecration of the Elements.

Ia.. By

having a

Credentia,

or

Side

-

Table, beides

the

Lord's Table,

for

divers

ufes

in the Lord's Supper.

t

;.

By

introducing

an

Offertory

before the Communion, dallant from

the

giving

of

Alms

to the

Poor.

14. By