An essay on the thirty nine articles of religion, agreed on and revised in 1562, 1571; wherein (the text being first exhibited in Latin and English, and the minutest variations of 18 the most ancient and authentic copies carefully noted) an account is given of the proceedings of Convocation in framing and setling the text of the Articles; the controverted clause of the 20th Article is demonstrated to be genuin; and the case of subscription to the Articles is consider'd in point of law, history, and conscience. With a prefatory epistle to Anthony Collins, Esq; wherein the egregious falshoods and calumnies of the author of Priestcraft in perfection, are exposed. By Tho. Bennet, D.D. Rector of St. James's in Colchester.