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HER CREEDS, CATECHISMS, DECISIONS OF COUNCILS, PAPAL BULLS, ROMAN CATHOLIC

WRITERS, THE RECORDS OF HISTORY, ETC. ETC.:

IN WHICH

THE PECULIAR DOCTRINES, MORALS, GOVERNMENT, AND USAGES OF

THE CHURCH OF ROME ARE STATED, TREATED

AT LARGE, AND CONFUTED.

BY REV. CHARLES ELLIOTT, D. D

VOLUME II.

New-York:
PUBLISHED BY LANE & SCOTT,

200 MULBERRY-STREET.
JOSEPH LONG KING, PRINTER.

1851.

THE NEW YORK
PUBLIC LIBRARY

474351

ASTOR, LENUX AND
TILDEN FOUNDATIONG.

1909

“ Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1841, by

GEORGE LANE, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New-York."

CONTENTS.

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BOOK III.

Page

14. Adhesion to the pope no proper

GOVERNMENT OF THE CHURCH OF mark of unity

Ten arguments on this head 39

ROME.

5. No parallel between the agree-

ment of Scripture and the decrees

of popes and councils

CHAPTER I.

6. The decrees of councils differ

among themselves

THE CHURCH

7. So do those of popes

1. Name and definition

8. True character of Roman Catholic

1. Meaning of the word in general

unity

2. Particular meaning

Seven characteristics of it

3. Bellarmine's definition

9. Alterations in their divinity at dif-

Its absurdity

ferent times

4. Not supported from antiquity

Five species given

II. Scripture character of the true 10. Are internally divided by their

church

| different orders, schools, &c.

1. It receives and holds the true doc 11. Are divided on the rule of faith

trine

12. Their unity defective in its head 45

2. Has an apostolic minstry

24 13. Are divided on the limits and ex-

3. And true sacraments

tent of the pope's authority

48

4. Exercises a pure discipline 26 14. And the extent and prerogatives

III. Members of the church

I of the church

1. Are of two classes

26 15. On the doctrines of grace, pre-

2. Some improper persons become destination, human liberty, and

members

original sin

:3 The proper members of the

16. On morals

church

17. The sacraments

4. The views given defended

28 18. And the mode of instructing

5. Their definition of a church

Christians

faulty

2919. On the immaculate conception

6. Of the unbaptized as members

The bull unigenitus

7. Heretics and apostates

29 20. Their principles necessarily divi-

8. Schismatics

sive

9. The excommunicate

Instances of this

10. They teach that open and scan-

21. Exact uniformity of opinion not

dalous sinners and concealed here-

necessary

tics are members

Six proofs of this

Their divines cited

22. Protestants united to a good de-

Their discordant sentiments

gree

IV. Of the church as visible or indi-

Points of agreement

23. Their unity preferable to that of

1. Sentiments of Protestants faulty

Rome

2. Protestant distinction

32 24. Importance of Scriptural unity

3. Definition of Dens

Mistakes of the early Christians

4. Renovation of heart and newness

on this point

of life necessary

Four proofs of this

5. Outlines of morality from the Ge-

CHAPTER II.

ral Rules of the Methodists

6. Notes of the church

35 The Church-SUBJECT CONTINUED 63

V. Unity of the church

35 VI. Sanctity of the church

1. The union taught in Scripture 35 1. This belongs to the church
2. Unity of itself not a true note 38 2. Three defects of the Church of
3. Their plea for unity unfounded 39! Rome on this point ..

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