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#A papist mis-represented and represented, or, A twofold character of popery the one containing a sum of the superstitions, idolatries, cruelties, treacheries, and wicked principles of the popery which hath disturb'd this nation above an hundred and fifty years, fill'd it with fears and jealousies, and deserves the hatred of all good Christians : the other laying open that popery which the papists own and profess, with the chief articles of their faith, and some of the principle grounds and reasons, which hold them in that religion / by J.L. one of the Church of Rome ; to which is added, a book entituled, The doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome, truly represented, in answer to the aforesaid book by a Prote#

##Gother, John, d. 1704.## A papist mis-represented and represented, or, A twofold character of popery the one containing a sum of the superstitions, idolatries, cruelties, treacheries, and wicked principles of the popery which hath disturb'd this nation above an hundred and fifty years, fill'd it with fears and jealousies, and deserves the hatred of all good Christians : the other laying open that popery which the papists own and profess, with the chief articles of their faith, and some of the principle grounds and reasons, which hold them in that religion / by J.L. one of the Church of Rome ; to which is added, a book entituled, The doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome, truly represented, in answer to the aforesaid book by a Prote Gother, John, d. 1704.

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  1. A PAPIST Mis-represented and Represented: OR, A twofold Character of Popery. To which is added, The Doctrine and Practices of the Church of Rome, truly Represented, &c

  2. An Answer to the Introduction.

  3. A Papist Mis-represented and Represented. A Papist Mis-represented, Worships Stocks and Stones for Gods. He takes no notice of the Second CommA Papist Represented, believes it damnable, to Worship Stocks and Stones for Gods, to Pray to Pictur

  4. I. Of Praying to Images.

  5. II. Of Worshipping Saints. HE makes Gods of Dead Men, such as are departed hence, and now are no more able to hear, or see, or HE believes there's only one God; and that 'tis a most damnable Idolatry to make Gods of Men, either

  6. II. Of Worshipping Saints.

  7. III. Of Addressing more Supplications to the Virgin Mary than to Christ. HE believes the Virgin Mary to be much more powerful in Heaven than Christ, and that she can commandHE believes it damnable to think the Virgin Mary more powerful in Heaven than Christ; Or that she ca

  8. III. Of Addressing more Supplications to the Virgin Mary, than to Christ.

  9. IV. Of paying Divine Worship to Relicks. HE believes a kind of Divinity to remain in the Relicks of his reputed Saints, and therefore adores HE believes it damnable to think there's any Divinity in the Relicks of Saints, or to adore them wit

  10. IV. Of paying Divine Worship to Reliques.

  11. V. Of the EUCHARIST. HE believes it lawful to commit Idolatry, and makes it his daily practice to Worship and adore a BreHE believes it unlawful to commit Idolatry; and most damnable to Worship or Adore any Breaden God, o

  12. V. Of the Eucharist.

    _ I. Of the Adoration of the Host.

    _ II. Of Transubstantiation.

  13. VI. Of Merits and Good Works. HE believes Christ's Death and Passion to be ineffectual, and insignificant, and that he has no depeHE believes it damnable to say that Christ's Death and Passion is ineffectual and insignificant: And

  14. VI. Of Merits and good Works.

  15. VII. Of Confession. HE believes it part of his Religion to make Gods of Men; foolishly thinking that these have power toHE believes it damnable in any Religion to make Gods of Men. However he firmly holds, that when Chri

  16. VII. Of Confession.

  17. VIII. Of Indulgences. HE believes, that his Holy Father the Pope can give him leave to commit what sins he pleaseth; especHE believes it damnable to hold, that the Pope or any other Power in Heaven or Earth, can give him l

  18. VIII. Of Indulgences.

  19. IX. Of Satisfaction. HE believes very injuriously of Christs Passion, being perswaded, that his Sufferings & Death were nHE believes it damnable, to think injuriously of Christs Passion. Nevertheless he believes, that tho

  20. IX. Of Satisfaction.

  21. X. Of Reading the Holy Scripture. HE believes it part of his Duty to think meanly of the Word of God, to speak irreverently of the ScrHE believes it damnable in any one to think, speak, or do any thing irreverently towards the Scriptu

  22. X. Of Reading the Holy Scripture.

  23. XI. Of Apocryphal Books. HE believes it lawful to make what Additions to Scripture his Party thinks good; and therefore takesHE believes it damnable to add any thing to the Scripture. And yet allows the Books of Toby, Iudith,

  24. XI. Of Apocryphal Books.

  25. XII. Of the Vulgar Edition of the Bible. HE makes no Conscience of abusing the Scripture, and perverting, for the maintenance of his Errors aHE believes it a damnable sin, to abuse the Scripture, or any ways to pervert it, for the maintenanc

  26. XII. Of the Vulgar Edition of the Bible.

  27. XIII. Of the Scripture as a Rule of Faith. HE believes it lawful; nay, that it is his obligation to undervalue the Scripture, and take from it HE believes it damnable to undervalue the Scripture, or take from it the Authority given it by Chris

  28. XIII. Of the Scriptures as a Rule of Faith.

  29. XIV. Of the Interpretation of Scripture. HE believes that his Church, which he calls Catholick, is above the Scripture; and profanely, allowsHE believes, that the Church is not above the Scripture; but only allows that Order between them, as

  30. XIV. Of the Interpretation of Scripture.

  31. XV. of Tradition. HE believes the Scripture to be imperfect: And for the supplying of what he thinks Defective in it, HE believes the Scripture not to be imperfect, nor to want Humane Ordinations, or Traditions of Men,

  32. XV. Of Tradition.

  33. XVI. Of Councils. HE believes that the Faith of his Church may receive new Additions every day: And that he is not onlHE believes that the Faith of his Church can receive no Additions; and that he is oblig'd to believe

  34. XVI. Of Councils.

  35. XVIII. Of Infallibility in the Church. HE believes that the Pastors and Prelates of his Church are Infallible, and that like so many DivineHE believes that the Pastors and Prelates of his Church are Fallible; that there is none of them, bu

  36. XVII. Of Infallibility in the Church.

  37. XVIII. Of the POPE. HE believes the Pope to be his great God, and to be far above all the Angels. That Christ is no longHE believes the Pope to be none of his God, neither Great nor Little; That he is not above the Angel

  38. XVIII. Of the POPE.

  39. XIX. Of Dispensations. HE believes, that the Pope has Authority to pispense with the Laws of God; and absolve any one from HE believes, that the Pope has no Authority to dispense with the Law of God; and that there's no Pow

  40. XIX. Of Dispensations.

  41. XX. Of the Deposing Power. HE believes, that the Pope has Authority to dispence with his Allegiance to his Prince; and that he 'TIS no part of his Faith to believe, that the Pope has Authority to dispence with his Allegiance to

  42. XX. Of the Deposing Power.

  43. XXI. Of Communion in one kind. HE believes, that he is no longer oblig'd to obey Christ's Commands than his Church will give him leHE believes, that he is oblig'd to obey all the commands of Christ: and that neither his Church nor

  44. XXI. Of Communion in one kind.

  45. XXII. Of the MASS. HE believes an insufficiency in the Sacrifice made by Christ upon the Cross: and that his Death willHE believes that the Sacrifice made by Christ upon the Cross was altogether sufficient: That by it h

  46. Of the MASS.

  47. XXIII. Of Purgatory. HE believes, (contrary to all Reason,) the Word of God, and all Antiquity, that (besides Heaven and HE believes it damnable to admit of any thing for Faith that is contrary to Reason, the Word of God,

  48. XXIII. Of PVRGATORY.

  49. XXIV. Of Praying in an Unknown Tongue. HE it counsell'd by his Church, to be present at Sermons, but never permitted to hear any he is ableHE is counsell'd by his Church to be present at Sermons, such as he is able to understand, they b•in

  50. XXIV. Of Praying in an unknown Tongue.

  51. XXV. Of the Second Commandment. HE is kept in Ignorance as to an Essential part of his Duty towards God; never being permitted to knHE is instructed in his whole Duty towards God, and most especially in the Ten Commandments. He is t

  52. XXV. Of the Second Commandment.

  53. XXVI. Of Mental Reservations. HE is taught to keep no Faith with any that are reputed Hereticks by his Church; and that whatsoeverHE is taught, to keep Faith with all sorts of People, of whatsoever Iudgment or Perswasion they be,

  54. XXVI. Of Mental Reservations.

  55. XXVII. Of a Death-Bed Repentance. HE is bred up in a total neglect of the service of God, of all Virtue and Devotion, while he is wellHE is bred up in the Service and Love of God, taught to work his Salvation in fear and trembling to

  56. XXVII. Of a Death-bed-Repentance.

  57. XXVIII. Of Fasting, HE is contented with the appearance of Devotion, and looking not beyond the name of Mortification, hHIS Church te•ches him, that the Appearance of Devotion, the Name of Mortification, and pretence to

  58. XXVIII. Of Fasting.

  59. XXIX. Of Divisions and Schisms in the Church. HE is of a Religion in which there are as many Schisms as Families: And they are so divided in theirHE is of a Religion in which there are no Schisms or Separations; all the Members of it (however spr

  60. XXIX. Of Divisions and Schisms in the Church.

  61. XXX. Of Fryars and Nuns. HE is taught to have a high esteem for all those of his Communion, who cloistering themselves up, beHE is taught to have a high esteem for those of his Communion who undertake that sort of Life, which

  62. XXX. Of Friars and Nuns.

  63. XXXI. Of Wicked Principles and Practices. HE is Member of a Church which is called Holy; but in her Doctrine and Practices so Foul and AbominaHE is Member of a Church, which, according to the ninth Article of the Apostles Creed, he believes t

  64. XXXI. Of Wicked Principles and Practices.

  65. XXXII. Of Miracles. HE is so given up to the belief of idle Stories and ridiculous Intentions in favour of his Saints, wHE is not oblig'd to believe any on•Miracle, besides what is in the Scripture; and for all others, h

  66. XXXII. Of Miracles.

  67. XXXIII. Of Holy Water. HE highly approves the Superstitius use of many inanimate things, and attributes wonderful effects tHE utterly disapproves all sorts of Superstition. And yet is taught to have an esteem for Holy-Water

  68. XXXIII. Of Holy Water.

  69. XXXIV. Of Breeding up People in Ignorance. HE is train'd up in Ignorance; and 'tis the chief means made use of by his Church, for preserving MeHE has all the liberty, encouragement, and convenience of becoming learned, of any People or Perswas

  70. XXXIV. Of breeding up People in Ignorance.

  71. XXXV. Of the Uncharitableness of the Papists. HIs Church teaches him to be very uncharitable; it being her constant Doctrine, that none out of herHIs Church teaches him no uncharitableness at all, and the Doctrine she delivers concerning the desp

  72. XXXV. Of the Vncharitableness of the Papists.

  73. XXXVI. Of Ceremonies and Ordinances. HIS Church, upon the presumption of being Apostolical and Commissioned by Christ, has brought in sucHIS Church has appointed a great number and variety of Ceremonies to be used in the Celebrating Divi

  74. XXXVI. Of Ceremonies and Ordinances.

  75. XXXVII. Of Innovations in Matters of Faith. HIS Church has made several Innovations in matters of Faith, and howsoever she lays claim to AntiquiHIS Church has never made any Innovation in Matters of Faith; what she believes and teaches now bein

  76. XXXVII. Of Innovation in matters of Faith.

  77. The CONCLUSION.

  78. An Answer to the Conclusion.

    _ Wherein Popery consists as represented by this Author.

    _ Our Reasons against it in the several Particulars.

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