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§ II.-Reign of Edward VI.
16. The Duke of Somerset, as Guardian of Edward VI, governs the Kingdom.
17. He declares himself a Heretic, and gives leave to the Heretics to preach ;
invites Bucer, Vermigli, and Ochino to England, and abolishes the Roman
Catholic Religion. 18. He beheads his Brother, the Lord High-Admiral.
19. He is beheaded himself. 20. Death of Edward ; the Earl of Warwick
makes an attempt to get possession of the Kingdom, and is beheaded, but is
converted, and dies an edifying Death.
§ III.—Mary's Reign,
21. Mary refuses the title of Head of the Church ; repeals her Father's and
Brother's Laws; Cranmer is condemned to be burned, and dies a Heretic :
Mary sends off all Heretics from her Court. 22. Cardinal Pole reconciles
England with the Church ; her Marriage with Philip II., and Death.
$ IV.-The Reign of Elizabeth,
23. Elizabeth proclaimed Queen ; the Pope is dissatisfied, and she declares
herself a Protestant. 24. She gains over the Parliament through the Influence
of three of the Nobility, and is proclaimed Head of the Church, 25. She esta-
blishes the form of Church Government, and, though her Belief is Calvinistic,
she retains Episcopacy, &c. 26. Appropriates Church Property; abolishes the
Mass; the Oath of Allegiance ; Persecution of the Catholics. 27. Death of
Edmund Campion for the Faith. 28. The Pope's Bull against Elizabeth.
29. She dies out of Communion with the Church. 30. Her Successors on the
Throne of England ; Deplorable State of the English Church. 31. The English
Reforination refutes itself.
ARTICLE II.-- The Anti-Trinitarians and Socinians,
$ 1.—Michael Servetus.
32. Character of Servetus ; his Studies, Travels, and False Doctrine.
32. He goes to Geneva ; disputes with Calvin, who has him burned to Death.
§ II.- Valentine Gentilis, George Blandrata, and Bernard Ochino, 351
34. Valentine Gentilis ; his impious Doctrine. 35. He is punished in
Geneva, and retracts. 36. Relapses, and is beheaded. 37. George Blandrata
perverts the Prince of Transylvania ; disputes with the Reformers; is mur-
dered. 38. Bernard Ochino; his Life while a Friar; his Perversion, and
Flight to Geneva. 39. He goes to Strasbourg, and afterwards to England,
with Bucer : his unfortunate Death in Poland.
§ III.— The Socinians,
40. Perverse Doctrine of Lelius Socinus. 41. Faustus Socinus; his Travels,
Writings, and Death. 42. Errors of the Socinians.
ARTICLE II.-The Errors of Michael Baius,
6. Michael Baius disseminates his unsound Doctrine, and is opposed.
7. St. Pius V. condemns seventy-nine Propositions of Baius, and he abjures
them. 8. Retractation written by Baius, and confirmed by Pope Urban VIII.
ARTICLE III.-The Errors of Cornelius Jansenius,
9. Cornelius, Bishop of Ghent, and Cornelius, Bishop of Ipres; his Studies
and Degrees. 10. Notice of the condemned Work of Jansenius. 11. Urban
VIII, condemns the Book of Jansenius in the Bull" In eminenti;" the Bishops
of France present the Five Propositions to Innocent X. 12. Innocent con-
demns them in the Bull “ Cum occasione ;" Notice of the Propositions.
13. Opposition of the Jansenists; but Alexander VIII. declares that the Five
Propositions are extracted from the Book, and condemned in the sense of
Jansenius; Two Propositions of Arnold condemned. 14. Form of Subscription
commanded by the Pope to be made. 15. The Religious Silence. 16. The
Case of Conscience condemned by Clement XI. in the Bull Vineam Domini.
17. The opinion, that the Pontificate of St. Paul was equal to that of St. Peter,
18. Quesnel is dismissed from the Congregation of the Oratory. 19. He
publishes several unsound Works in Brussels. 20. Is imprisoned, escapes to
Amsterdam, and dies excommunicated. 21. The Book he wrote. 22. The
Bull “Unigenitus," condemning the Book. 23. The Bull is accepted by the
King, the Clergy, and the Sorbonne; the Followers of Quesnel appeal to a
future Council. 24. Several Bishops, also, and Cardinal de Noailles, appeal
to a future Council, likewise; but the Council of Embrun declares that the
Appeal should not be entertained. 25. The Consultation of the Advocates
rejected by the Assembly of the Bishops; Cardinal de Noailles retracts, and
accepts the Bull; the Bull is declared Dogmatical by the Sorbonne and the
Bishops. 26. Three Principles of the System of Quesnel.
ARTICLE V.-The Errors of Michael Molinos,
29. The unsound Book of Molinos called the “Spiritual Guide.” 30. His im-
pious Doctrine, and the Consequences deduced from it. 31. His affected Sanc-
tity; he is found out and imprisoned, with two of his Disciples. 32. He is
condemned himself, as well as his Works; he publicly abjures his Errors and
dies penitent. 33. Condemnation of the Book entitled “ The Maxims of the
Refutation of the Heresy of Nestorius, who taught that in Christ
there are two Persons, .
§ I.-In Jesus Christ there is but the one Person of the Word
alone, which terminates the two Natures, Divine and Human,
which both subsist in the same Person of the Word, and,
therefore, this one Person is, at the same time, true God and
§ II.-Mary is the real and true Mother of God,
The Objections of the Nestorians answered,
The Heresy of Berengarius, and the pretended Reformers, concerning
the Most Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist,
I.Of the Real Presence of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ
in the Eucharist,
Objections against the Real Presence answered,
§ II.-Of Transubstantiation—that is, the Conversion of the Sub-
stance of the Bread and of the Wine into the Substance of the
Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, .
Objections against Transubstantiation answered,
§ III.-Of the Manner in which Jesus Christ is in the Eucharist;
the philosophical Objections of the Sacramentarians answered, 503
§ IV.—The Matter and Form of the Sacrament of the Eucharist, 509
Errors of Luther and Calvin,
Summary of the principal Points, viz. :- 1. Free Will exists. 2. The Divine
Law is not impossible. 3. Works are necessary. 4. Faith alone does not
justify us. 5. Of the Uncertainty of Justification, Perseverance, and Eternal
Salvation. 6. God is not the Author of Şin. 7. God predestines no one to
Hell. 8. Infallibility of General Councils.
$ 1.-Of Free Will,
§ II.-That it is not impossible to observe the Divine Law, . 516
§ III.—That Good Works are necessary for Salvation, and that
Faith alone is not sufficient,
§ IV.—The Sinner is not justified by Faith alone,
S V.–Faith alone cannot render us secure of Justice, or Per-
severance, or Eternal Life,
§ VI.—God cannot be the Author of Sin,
S VII.—God never predestined any one to Eternal Damnation,
without regard to his Sins,
§ VIII.—The Authority of General Councils,