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OF

CALIFORITIA

THE SKETCH
THE ROMISH CONTROVERSY ;

PART TIE SECOND,
EXTRACTS FROM THE FATHERS,
EXTRACTS FROM THE ROMAN BREVIARY,

THE COUNCIL OF TRENT,

IBRAR
(UNIVERSITY

ETC.,

EXPLANATORY OF ROMISH DOCTRINES ;

AND

MINIATURE CONTROVERSIAL SKETCHES

OF

“ TRANSUBSTANTIATION,” “ THE MASS,” “ PAPAL

'SUPREMACY,” ETC.

VOL. II.

LONDON:

PUBLISHED BY THE BRITISH SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE
RELIGIOUS PRINCIPLES OF THE REFORMATION,

8, EXETER HALL, STRAND.

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PREFATORY remarks upon the Fathers
The
difficulty of separating the true works of the Fathers

from the spurious works described by the Benedic-
tines

3, 4, 5 Some of the Fathers shewn to have erred by Jerome 6,7 Augustine finds fault with Jerome's interpretation of a passage in the Galatians

8 Dr. Delahogue admits the fallibility of the Fathers

9 Bellarmine furnishes two remarkable instances of patristic differences of interpretation

9 Remarks on the Church of Christ

: 17 THE CHURCH OF CHRIST AUGUSTINE

19 CHRYSOSTOM

25 JEROME AND SOME ANCIENT FATHER

27 CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS

29 BASIL.

29 CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA

33 TERTULLIAN

38 JUSTIN MARTYR

38 LACTANTIUS

39 TRANSUBSTANTIATION AND THE MASS. AUGUSTINE

39 Sacraments called by the names of the things signified

42 The Christian sacrifice is praise

43 CHRYSOSTOM

46 Judas partook of the Sacrament The Christian sacrifice

48 Only one sacrifice

50,53 The Eucharist, a memorial

51 The sacrifice of praise

52-3-4-5-6 Strongly figurative language, quoted by Romanists 59,&c. JEROME The Christian sacrifice

74 Figurative language

77 CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS

83 Prayer the best sacrifice

89 BASIL

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91 Figurative language The one sacrifice

94 Believers took the Communion home with them VOL. II.

92, 95

:: 96

101, 109

105

PAGE. CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA, spiritual sacrifices

97 Figurative language

98 TERTULLIAN

99 Malachi's offering is the sacrifice of praise

100 Justin MARTYR-Prayer and Praise the only accept

able sacrifice LACTANTIUS-Praise the true sacrifice

101 AMBROSE

101 QRIGEN

104 EUSEBIUS, Bishop of Cæsarea THEODORET

106, 112 CYPRIAN

106 HILARY

106 IRENÆUS

107 GREGORY NYSSEN

107 GREGORY NAZIANZEN

108 IGNATIUS

108 THEODORET-against transubstantiation

112 FACUNDUS

115 EPHREM, SYRUS

115 THE SUPREMACY OF PETER.

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CYPRIAN
THEODORET
AMBROSE
· AUGUSTINE

CHRYSOSTOM's account of Paul
EXPOSITION OF " THOU ART PETER,” &c.

AUGUSTINE
CHRYSOSTOM
JEROME
CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA
ORIGEN

:
ATHANASIUS
AMBROSE
HILARY
THEODORET

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THE EXPOSITION OF “THE KEYS.

AUGUSTINE
ORIGEN
TERTULLIAN
AMBROSE

HILARY
THE EXPOSITION OF “FEED MY SITEEP."

AUGUSTINE

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THE TRADITION OF PETER'S RESIDENCE AT ROME.
JEROME

130
LACTANTIUS

130
PAPAL SUPREMACY.
CYPRIAN

131
AUGUSTINE

131
JEROME

132
TERTULLIAN

132
6 The Western bishops rebuke Victor

133
The acts of the Council of Sinuessa are false

133
• The Emperor Constantine called the Council of Nice 135
The Emperor Theodosius called the Council of Ephesus

137
The election of bishops confirmed by the metropolitan
bishops 31/12)

138
Pope Sylvester's letter to the Council of Nice and the
reply to it are spurious

141
The General Council of Constantinople, an. 381

142
Its canons for a long period disapproved of by the
Bishops of Rome

144
The Council of Milevi*

144
Council of Chalcedon

145
Council of Sardis .

147
The Eastern bishops refuse to submit to the bishop of

Rome when he rebukes them on account of Atha-
nasius

Sozomen 148
Gregory the Great.-Peter, though first, only a member 149
Gregory—he who calls himself universal bishop—the
forerunner of Antichrist

150
Gregory,--the title of universal bishop profane, &c.
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AUGUSTINE

152
EUSEBIUS

152
CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS

153
TERTULLIAN

153
AMBROSE

153
CYPRIAN

154
LACTANTIUS

154
EPIPHANIUS

154
ORIGEN

154
ATHANASIUS

158
GREGORY THE GREAT

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159
CONCILIUM ELIBERITANUM

159
* The canon of this Council was recited under the head of Augustine :
it is here repeated to fill up the conciliar evidence.

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