The nullity of the Romish faith. Or, A blovv at the root of the Romish Church,
being an examination of that fundamentall doctrine of the Church of Rome concerning the Churches infallibility, and of all those severall methods which their most famous and approved writers have used for the defence thereof. Together with an appendix tending to the demonstration of the solidity of the Protestant faith, wherein the reader will find all the materiall objections and cavils of their most considerable writers, viz. Richworth (alias Rushworth) in his Dialogues, White in his treatise De fide and his Apology for tradition, Cressy in his Exomologesis, S. Clara in his Systema fidei, and Captain Everard in his late account of this pretended conversion to the Church of Rome discussed and answered. By Matthevv Poole minister of the Gospell,
|Main Creator:||Poole, Matthew, 1624-1679.|
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Oxford : printed by Hen: Hall printer to the University, for Ric: Davis, 1667.
|Edition:||The second edition.|
With a preliminary imprimatur leaf.
Vertical half-title (A8v) reads: Poole's Nullity of the Romish faith.
"An appendix by way of reflection upon Captin Robert Everards Epistle, and account of his conversion and submission to the Romish Church; and Mr. Cressy's Exomologesis" (caption title) begins new pagination on R3r.
Physical description: , 244, 100 p. ; 8o.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), P2844
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