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"When they burned the New Testament they pretended a zeal very fervent to maintain only Godís honor, which they said with protestation, was obscured by translation in English, causing much error. But the truth plainly to be said, this was the cause why they were afraid, least laymen should know their iniquity."

A Lollard (1450ad)

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A Proper Dialogue between a Gentleman and Husbandman each complaining to other their miserable calamite, through the ambition of the clergy.

A 15th century Apology written by an English Lollard.

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HOME > Library > Books > The History of Popery in Great Britian, An historial account of the Usurpations, Cruelties, &c. of the Bishops of Rome and the Creatures, in matters of Fact, from the Primitive Age to the Council of Trent, which is the principal Standard of Popery to this very Day, To show the Times and Manner of their introducing their several idolatrous and erroneous Innovations into the Church, and to state the Pretences and Arguments, on which they ground their ridiculous Doctrines, and return satisfactory Answers thereunto. by Henry Care (Originally published 1678-1683 Reprinted by Several Gentlemen in the 1735-1736 Edition in 2 Volumes)

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The History of Popery in Great Britian
An historial account of the Usurpations, Cruelties, &c. of the Bishops of Rome and the Creatures, in matters of Fact, from the Primitive Age to the Council of Trent, which is the principal Standard of Popery to this very Day, To show the Times and Manner of their introducing their several idolatrous and erroneous Innovations into the Church, and to state the Pretences and Arguments, on which they ground their ridiculous Doctrines, and return satisfactory Answers thereunto.

by
Henry Care

1735 Edition in 2 Volumes, a Hail & Fire REPRINT

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TO COME: VOLUME 2 of The History of Popery by Henry Care (1735 edition)

EXCERPT: "If Paul were not inferior to the very chief of the Apostles, then Peter had no such superiority: but the first is asserted, 2 Cor 11:5. Ergo ... There is no instance of any appeal, that was ever made to Peter, to decide controversies; but, when a debate arose between Paul and Barnabas, and others, about circumcision, they referred the point, not to Peter, but to the Church, and the Apostles and elders at Jerusalem, who debated upon it, and formed their determination about it, exactly according to James' sentence, which was an improvement of, and addition to what Peter had said upon it; and this they wrote to the gentiles, not as the decree of Peter, (and 'twas indeed rather the decree of James) but as what seemed good to the Holy Ghost, and to the Apostles, and elders, and brethren, who met at Jerusalem on that occasion. Acts 15:2-29. Therefore Peter had no such authority"

Henry Care

The History of Popery in Great Britian by Henry Care

The History of Popery in Great Britian

An historial account of the Usurpations, Cruelties, &c. of the Bishops of Rome and the Creatures, in matters of Fact, from the Primitive Age to the Council of Trent, which is the principal Standard of Popery to this very Day, To show the Times and Manner of their introducing their several idolatrous and erroneous Innovations into the Church, and to state the Pretences and Arguments, on which they ground their ridiculous Doctrines, and return satisfactory Answers thereunto.

by Henry Care

(Protestant Christian)

Originally published 1678-1683
Reprinted by Several Gentlemen in the
1735-1736 Edition in 2 Volumes

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
(click to read by volume as they are made available)

VOLUME I - click to read this volume.

The Articles Treated of in this Volume:

The Pope's Supremacy.

The Celibacy of the Clergy.

The Authority of Councils.

Papal Schisms and Encroachments.

Monks and Friars.

Praying to Saints and Angels.

The Idolatry and Superstition of Mass.

Roman Innovations.

Canonizations.

Fasts, Lent, and Saints-Days.

Adoration of Crosses and Crucifixes.

Popish Pilgrimages.

Popish Doctrines contrary to the Fathers of the first six Centuries.

Popes remarkable Acts and Decrees, etc.

Image Worship.

Prayer in an unknown Tongue.

Peter's Pence in England.

Indulgences and Purgatory.

The Popish Canon of Scripture and Apocrypha.

Popish Editions and Translations of Scripture, except in the vulgar Tongue.

Popish Authority of Scripture, Rules of interpreting it, and vilifying it.

The Popish Rule of Faith.

Popish Traditions.

The Errors of Popes, and of the visible Church.

Popish Vain Pretences to the Catholic Church.

Popish Unity and Certainty.

The Election of Popes, and Opposition of Pope to Pope.

Popes changing their Names.

Kissing the Pope's Feet.

Pope Joan.

The Lives and Characters of Popes and Priests.

Popes Usurpations, deposing Emperors, Rebellions, and dispensing with Oaths.

The Church of England in William the Conqueror's Reign.

Popish Canons, and Canon Laws.

Popish Cruelties.

Cardinals, and their Manner of choosing Popes.

Archbishop Becket.

Popish Persecutions of the Waldenses.

Transubstantiation.

Papists denying the Cup in the Sacrament.

Popery as compared with Turkism.

Popish Curses and Cruelties against King John.

Auricular Confession.

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