A Defence of the Sincere and True Translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English Tongue: Against the Cavils of Gregory Martin

A Defence of the Sincere and True Translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English Tongue: Against the Cavils of Gregory Martin

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A Defence of the Sincere and True Translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English Tongue: Against the Cavils of Gregory Martin

A Defence of the Sincere and True Translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English Tongue: Against the Cavils of Gregory Martin

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THE ARGUMENTS OF EVERY CHAPTER, WITH THE PAGE WHERE EVERY CHAPTER BEGINNETH.

CHAPTER I. PAGE That the Protestants translate the holy Scripture falsely of purpose, in favour of their heresies, throughout all controversies 95

CHAPTER II. Against apostolical traditions 164

CHAPTER III. Against sacred images 179

CHAPTER IV. The ecclesiastical use of words turned into their original and profane significations 217

CHAPTER V. Against the Church 225

CHAPTER VI. Against priest and priesthood. Where much also is said of their profaning of ecclesiastical words 240

CHAPTER VII. Against purgatory, Limbus Patrum, and Christ's descending into hell 278

CHAPTER VIII. Concerning justification, and God's justice in rewarding good works 332

CHAPTER IX. Against merits, meritorious works, and the reward for the same 343

CHAPTER X. Against free will 375

CHAPTER XI. For imputative justice against true inherent justice 401

CHAPTER XII. PAGE For special faith, vain security, and only faith 415

CHAPTER XIII. Against penance and satisfaction 428

CHAPTER XIV. Against the holy sacraments, namely baptism, and confession 450

CHAPTER XV. Against the sacrament of holy orders, and for the marriage of priests and votaries 460

CHAPTER XVI. Against the sacrament of matrimony 492

CHAPTER XVII. Against the blessed sacrament, and sacrifice, and altars 497

CHAPTER XVIII. Against the honour of saints, namely, of our blessed lady 526

CHAPTER XIX. Against the distinction of Dulia and Latria 539

CHAPTER XX. Adding to the text 547

CHAPTER XXI. Other heretical treacheries and corruptions worthy of observation 557

CHAPTER XXII. Other faults Judaical profane, mere vanities, follies, and novelties 571

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