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tle truth, and reason, and regard to the interest of our common Christianity, it is fo often said by our Adver: faries, that there are as good arguments for the belief of Tranfubftantiation as of the Doctrine of the Trinity: When they themselves do acknowledge with us that the Doctrine of the Trinity is grounded upon the Scriptures, and that according to the interpretation of them by the consent of the ancient Fathers : But their Doctrine of Transubstantiation I have plainly shewn to have no such ground, and that this is acknowledged by very many learned men of their own Church. And this Doctrine of theirs being first plainly proved by us to be destitute of all Divine Warrant and Authority, our Objections against it from the manifold contradictions of it to Reason and Sense are so many Demonstrations of the falsehood of it. Against all which they have nothing to put in the opposite Scale but the Infallibility of their Church, for which there is even less colour of proof from Scripture than for Transubstantia tion it felf. But fo fond are they of their own Innovations and Errours, that rather than the Dictates of their Church, how groundless and absurd foever,

, should be calld in question ; rather than not have their will of us in imposing upon us what they please, they will overthrow any Article of the Christian Faith, and shake the very our common Reo ligion: A clear evidence that the Church of Rome is not the true Mother, since she can be so well contented that Christianity should be destroyed rather than the Point in question fhould be decided against her.

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A Catalogue of the Jezerot Cafes, &c.

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Persuasive to Communion with the Church of

England. 2. A Resolution of some Cales of Conscience whicha respect Church-Communione

Oro york now The Case of Indifferent things used in the Woria ship of God, proposed and lated, by considering these Questions, C. 4.

A Discourse about Edification. 5. The Resolution of this Case of Conscience, Wber ther the Church of England's Symbolizing forfar as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it unlawful te kold Communion with the Church of England ?

6. A Letter to Anonymus, inanswer to his three Let, ters to Dr. Sherlock about Church-Gommunion.o 200:1

7. Certain Cases of Conscience resolved concerning

7 the Lawfulness of joining with Forms of Prayer in Pub lick Worship. In two parts.

8. The Case of mixt Communion : Whether it be Lawfull to Separate from a Church upon the account of promiscuous Congregations and mixt Communions?

9. An Answer to Disfenters Objections against the Common Prayers and some other parts of Divine Serie vice prescribed in the Liturgy of the Church of England.

10. The Case of Kneeling at the Holy Sacrament stated and resolved, c. In two Partse 119 11. A Discourse of Profiting by Sermons, and of go

A ing to hear where Men think they can profit most.

12. A serious Exhortation, with some important Adı vices relating to the late Cases about Conformity, re: commended to the present Dissenters from the Church of England.

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13. An Argument to Union ; taken from the true interest of those Dissenters in England who profess and call themselves Potestants.

14. Some


A Catalogue of the several Cases, &c. 14.

Some Considerations about the Case of Scandal, or giving Offence to the Weak Brethren.

15. The Case of Infant-baptism, in Five Questions, &c.

16. The Charge of Scandal, and giving Offence by Conformity, Refetted and Reflected

back upon Sepāration, &c.

17. Case of Lay-Communion.
18. A Persuasive to Frequent Communion.

A Defence of Symbolizing.
20. A Vindication of Indifferent Things.
21. The Case of Compelling Men to the Holy Sa-
22. A Cafe of the Oro3 in Baptism To
33. A Discourse of Conscience.

1. A Discourse about the charge of Novelty upon the Reformed Church of England, made by the Papilts

us the Question, Where was our Religion before Lutberico V 2003 Dita

2. & Discourse about Tradition, Thewing what is meant by it, and what Tradition is to be received, and what Tradition is to be rejected.

3. The Difference of the Case between the Separation of Protestants from the Church of Rome, and the Separation of Disfenters from the Church of England.

4. The Protestant Resolution of Faith, &c.

5. A Discourse concerning a Guide in matters of Faith, c.

t. A Discourse concerning Invocation of Saints,

7. A Discourse concerning the Unity of the Catholick Church, maintained in the Church of England.

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8. A Discourse of Auricular Confession.
9. A Discourse against Transubstantiation.


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