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ENGLAND'S CHURCH;

THE PRACTICAL RECOGNITION OF THEM SHOWN TO BE

UNSCRIPTURAL, UNREASONABLE, AND CIVILLY AND

ECCLESIASTICALLY UNLAWFUL.

BY LEX ANGLICANA.

"Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they
are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world."-
1 John iv. 1.

“ Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but
inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits.
Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles ?”Matthew vii. 15, 16.

“This is the mystery of the Man of Sin. This maze the
Church of Rome doth cause her followers to tread, when they ask
her the way to Justification. I cannot now stay to unrip this build-
ing, and sift it piece by piece; only I will pass it by in few words, that
that may befall Babylon in the presence of that which God hath builded,
as happened unto Dagon before the Ark."- Hooker. Discourse on Justi-
fication.

LONDON:

WERTHEIM, MACINTOSH, AND HUNT,

24, PATERNOSTER-ROW,
AND 23, HOLLES-STREET, CAVENDISH-SQUARE.

1860.

119.2.73 .

LONDON: WERTHEIM, MACINTOSH, AND RUNT,

24, PATERNOSTER-ROW, AND 23, HOLLES-STREET, CAVENDISH SQUARE.

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The Case stated

Form of Abjuration used with Romanists

renouncing their Apostate Creed

Remarks thereupon
The Rev. H. Melvill's Views upon English and

Komish Ordinations
His excellent Remarks on the Errors of Popery
The Assertion of the Roman Church being “ True

and Apostolic” considered
Whom the Church of England regards as Ministers

rightfully called and sent - Twenty-third

Article quoted
Insuperable Difficulties in the way of believing the

Doctrine of the Apostolic Succession
Strictures on Dr. Christopher Wordsworth's Argu-

ments on the Validity of Rome's Orders, as

set forth in his “ Theophilus Anglicanus ?

The Doctrine of the Church of England on its

6 Orders”

Power of Ordination in whom vested, Scripturally

considered

Diocesan Episcopacy, the Appeal to the History of
Timothy in proof thereof, considered

The same to that of Titus
The same to St. John' ddresses to the

Angels of the Sevud uhurches

Archbishop Potter's Argument on this Subject refuted

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