Reflexions on the Council of Trent

Publication Date1679
Remainderin three discourses. I. That the Protestants, without any necessity of inquiring into the decrees of the Council of Trent, have sufficient reason to reject it. II. That the doctrine of the Council of Trent is contrary to the antient doctrine of the Catholic Church. III. That the Council of Trent was so far from reforming the disorders which had crept into the church, that it really made the breaches in its discipline wider, and cut off all hopes of correcting the antient abuses. A conclusion of the foregoing discourses. Concerning the state of the Church of England, and how she hath bin more successful in the reformation of her faith and manners, then the Church of Rome. By H.C. de Luzanci, Mr. of Arts of Christ Church in Oxford
Extent[16], 111, [1], 121-213, [1] p.
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