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Description: 1 online resource (47,  pages) Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online. Other Titles: Plausible arguments of a Romish priest from antiquity answered. The plausible Arguments of a Romish Priest answered from Scripture by an English Protestant, London, ; ; ; ; York [?].]'A Discourse concerning the daily frequenting the Common Prayer, London, A Discourse of Duels, London, In eighteenth-century law and print, English Catholics were portrayed as 13 Thomas Comber, The plausible arguments of a Romish priest from antiquity, answered; by the author of the answer to the plausible arguments from scripture (London: ), sig.
A3r. Brown. 13 Comber, Thomas, The plausible arguments of a Romish priest from antiquity, answered; by the author of the answer to the plausible arguments from scripture (London: ), sig. A3r. A Dialogue Between A Popish Priest And An English Protestant.
Wherein The Principal Points and Arguments of both Religions are truly Proposed and fully Examined. By Matthew Poole Minister of the Gospel. Author POOLE, Matthew () Book condition Used Binding Hardcover Publisher. The Priest-Elder. But even if a Protestant accepts the notion of Christians being priests and accepts the Catholic interpretation of 1 Timothy and Hebrew in this respect, this in no.
in English by an English Romish priest, who performed the pilgrimage and communicated his views to the Month, a Romish monthly, under the initials of R. 0., and has since published a separate volume, under the name of Richard F. Clarke, of the Society of Jesus, Farm Street, Berkeley Square.
COMBER, THOMAS, D.D. (–), dean of Durham, was descended from an ancient family at Barkham, Sussex. His father, James Comber, was the fourth son of John Comber, who was uncle to Thomas Comber [q.
v.], dean of Carlisle. His mother was Mary, daughter of Bryan Burton of Westerham, Kent, and widow of Edward Hampden. Give me Protestant variations, whatever a man like Bossuet may say about them, rather than Romish ignorance, Romish superstition, Romish darkness, and Romish idolatry.
Give me the Protestant diversities of England and Scotland, with all their disadvantages, rather than the dead level, both intellectual and spiritual, of the Italian peninsula. The Plausible Arguments of a Romish Priest from Scripture Answered, by an English Protestant. Published in the Year Format: Pasta blanda.
Full text of "Dialogue between a Popish priest and an English Protestant: wherein the principal points and arguements of both religions are truly proposed, and fully examined" See other formats.
The Answer of Sir Humfrey Lynde, touching diuers passages in the Protestant Relation, about the occasion and issue of the Conference, excepted against by the Iesuite, p. A Reply to Master Fisher 's Answer, or, the defence of the Protestant Relation, diuided into Paragraphs.
Paragraph 1. touching the entry into the Conference, page (i. Tegg's edition.) Such were Romish priests in Latimer's youth, when Popery was last rampant in England.
To say that they were generally ignorant, covetous, sensual, and despotic tyrants over the souls and bodies of men, is not saying one jot more than the truth. Collection of Anti Catholic Pamphlets Church of England Protestant SermonsA collection of four anti-Catholic pamphlets from around the turn of the 17th-century.
These treatises are bound together as one fine tome. John Williams and Thomas Comber each wrote numerous small works and sermons promoting the Church of England and seeking to expose many of the issues to the Roman Catholic. Reasons Why a Protestant Should Not Turn Papist: or, Protestant Prejudices Against the Roman Catholic Religion, Propos'd in a Letter to a Romish Priest (London: Printed by H.
Clark for J. Taylor, ), by Robert Boyle (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Protestantism -- History. The History of Protestantism, by J. Wylie. An answer to the Animadversions on the History of the rights of princes, &c.
by Gilbert Burnet The plausible arguments of a Romish priest answered by an English Protestant: English Protestant Right of tithes asserted, Author of the. Author of Friendly and seasonable advice to the Roman Catholicks of England, A companion to the temple, or, A help to devotion in the daily use of the common prayer, The church history clear'd from the Roman forgeries and corruptions found in the councils and Baronius, Short discourses upon the whole common-prayer, Religion and loyalty supporting each other, or, A rational account.
The English Church has not only ceased, according to the Romish form, to offer up the elements of bread and wine; she has removed the Altar from the Church, and substituted a table instead of it; she has shrunk even [15/16] from the use of the word "Altar," which occurred in her earlier Prayer Book--that of Edward VI.; and, instead of it, the.
In crafting a virtual encyclopedia of anti-Catholicism and Catholic urban legends, Gavin levies about every attack possible on the Church from the perspective of an eighteenth-century Protestant.
“Having abjured the errors of the Romish religion,” an introduction states. The following is as fair a sketch as I can, with due regard to decency, give of the questions which a Romish priest puts to a young female, who goes to confession to is, however, but a very brief synopsis.
But first let the reader figure to himself, or herself, a young lady, between the age of from twelve to twenty, on her knees, with her lips nearly close pressed to the cheeks of the. A practicing Catholic defends the faith and offers a passionate response to current anti-Catholic opinion. In Why Catholics Are Right, author, columnist, and practicing Catholic Michael Coren examines four main aspects of Catholicism as they are encountered, understood, and more importantly, misunderstood ing with a frank examination of the tragedy of the Cath/5(41).
The terms "Romish Catholic" and "Roman Catholic", along with "Popish Catholic", were brought into use in the English language chiefly by adherents of the Church of England.
The reign of Elizabeth I of England at the end of the 16th century was marked by conflicts in Ireland. Those opposed to English rule forged alliances with those against the Protestant Reformation, making the term "Roman.
A friend of mine gave me a book titled The 10 Most Important Things You Can Say to a Catholic. The book presents the Protestant arguments against Catholic teachings.
I have been going throught the book point by point with great success rebutting the arguments, except I currently don’t have a reply for the following point. Please help if you can.
The Orthodox Response to the Latin Doctrine of Purgatory Given at the Pseudo-Synod of Ferrara-Florence. In the third sitting of the Council, Julian, after mutual congratulations, showed that the principal points of dispute between the Greeks and Latins were in the doctrine (a) on the procession of the Holy Ghost, (b) on azymes in the Eucharist, (c) on purgatory, and (d) on the Papal supremacy.
After he went over to Rome, he wrote an indelicate book, "Lady Alice, or the New Una," intended to reconcile Romanism and Catholicism. He also wrote "Alban," supposed to be an autobiography, a strange book, in which the hero of the story professed a belief in Moses, a denial of Christ, and talked of being circumcised.
Reasons Why a Protestant Should Not Turn Papist: or, Protestant Prejudices Against the Roman Catholic Religion, Propos'd in a Letter to a Romish Priest (London: Printed by H. Clark for J. Taylor, ), by Robert Boyle (multiple formats at ).
Question, but why are you a Protestant?: an answer attempted (in vain). by: Cressy, Serenus, Published: () Reasons why a Protestant should not turn papist, or, Protestant prejudices against the Roman Catholick religion;: propos'd in a letter to a Romish priest, /.
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Full text of "Popery in alliance with heathenism: letters proving the conformity which subsists between the Romish religion and the religion of the ancient heathens". The New Zealanders' answer to the Romish priests, when they first went among them, was an answer never to be forgotten. They heard these priests urge upon them the worship of the Virgin Mary.
They heard them recommend prayer to the dead saints, the use of images, the mass, and the confessional. Pope Francis Unmasked and Classic Reformation Teaching On Antichrist and the Jesuits by Richard Bennett (Former Roman Catholic Priest), Jonathan Edwards, Greg Price, Charles Spurgeon, Dr.
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The Council of Trent in added to the Romish canon many books, which Protestants don't consider inspired. This makes the Romish and Protestant canons significantly different. Some Protestant printings include an intertestament, which isn't considered God's word, and.
Antichrist stormed, or, Mystery Babylon the great whore, and great city, proved to be the present Church of Rome wherein all objections are fully answered: to which is added, the time of the end, or a clear explanation of Scripture prophecies, with the judgment of divers learned men concerning the final ruine of the Romish Church, that it will be in this present age: together with an account.
The Roman Church attempted to bring those deemed heretics back into the fold by conversing, by warnings, and when they persisted, by putting them on trial.
Luther had several hearings, such as the Diet of Worms, where he could defend himself. A fe. by Matt Slick. The following quotes are taken from the book by Richard Bennet, Far from Rome, Near to God: Testimonies of 50 Converted Roman Catholic Priests, Carlisle, PN: The Banner of Truth Trust, They are quite interesting and valuable since they give an insight to Catholicism from those who were priests in the Catholic Church and then left it to find salvation in Jesus.
Go to Him for the pardon of all your sins. Make to Him your confessions. He can absolve you, and will, yea, does, if you truly believe in Him. Priestly absolution is a lie. It is a blasphemous pretense. The sentence, "I absolve thee," whether from the mouth of Romish priest or Protestant minister, is profane.
A priest is a special mediator between man and God (1 Timothy ). In God’s economy, the Old Testament used priests for this purpose.
One of their main jobs was to offer sacrifice for the people to be saved from their sins. In those days, the debt of sin was not yet paid for mankind.Catholic Bibles have shared the same fate as Protestant ones when they found their way into popular use.
On May 18th,some three thousand copies of the Catholic New Testament were seized and destroyed in Tuscany. Roman priests are ignorant of the Bible. The Bible is not used as a text-book in the Papal seminaries.I am personally acquainted with several respectable Protestant Americans, both male and female, whose ideas of confession in the Romish church have often amused me, though not unaccompanied with feelings of grief and sorrow, at their unacquaintance with this, what may be called man-trap, or rather woman-trap in the Romish church.