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    EDITED BY WILLIAM H. GOOLD VOLUME This Edition of THE WORKS OF JOHN OWEN first published by Johnstone & Hunter, 1850-53 CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14.

    ANIMADVERSIONS ON ATREATISE ENTITLED “FIAT LUX.”

    PREFATORY NOTE BY THE EDITOR To the Reader Preface Chap. 1. — Our author’s preface, and his method 2. — Heathen pleas — General principles 3. — Motive, matter, and method of our author’s book 4. — Contests about religion and reformation, schoolmen etc. 5. — Obscurity of God, etc. 6. — Scripture vindicated 7. — Use of reason 8. — Jews’ objections 9. — Protestant pleas 10. — Scripture, and new principles 11. — Story of religion 12. — Reformation 13. — Popish contradictions 14. — Mass 15. — Blessed Virgin 16. — Images 17. — Latin service 18. — Communion 19. — Saints 20. — Purgatory 21. — Pope 22. — Popery A VINDICATION OF THE ANIMADVERSIONS ON “FIAT LUX.”

    PREFATORY NOTE BY THE EDITOR To the Reader Chap 1. — An answer to the preface or introduction of the reply to the “Animadversions” 2. — Vindication of the first chapter of the “Animadversions” — The method of “Fiat Lux” — Romanists’ doctrine of the merit of good works 3. — A defense of the second chapter of the “Animadversions” — Principles of “Fiat Lux” re-examined — Of our receiving the gospel from Rome — Our abode with them from whom we received it 4. — Farther vindication of the second chapter of the “Animadversions” — Church of Rome not what she was of old — Her falls and apostasy —Difference between idolatry, apostasy, heresy, and schism — Principles of the church of Rome condemned by the ancient church, fathers, and councils — Imposing rites unnecessary — Persecution for conscience — Papal supremacy — The branches of it — Papal personal infallibility — Religious veneration of images 5. — Other principles of “Fiat Lux” re-examined — Things not at quiet in religion, before reformation of the first reformers — Departure from Rome no cause of divisions — Returnal unto Rome no means of union 6. — Scripture sufficient to settle men in the truth — Instance against it examined, removed — Principles of Protestants and Romanists in reference unto moderation compared and discussed 7. — Unity of faith, wherein it consists — Principles of Protestants as to the settling men in religion and unity of faith, proposed and confirmed 8. — Principles of Papists, whereon they proceed in bringing men to a settlement in religion and the unity of faith, examined 9. — Proposals from protestant principles tending unto moderation and unity 10. — Farther vindication of the second chapter of the “Animadversions” — The remaining principles of “Fiat Lux” considered 11. — Judicious readers — Schoolmen the forgers of Popery — Nature of the discourse in “Fiat Lux” 12. — False suppositions, causing false and absurd consequences — Whence we had the gospel in England, and by whose means — What is our duty in reference unto them by whom we receive the gospel 13. — Faith and charity of Roman Catholics 14. — Of reason — Jews’ objections against Christ 15. — Pleas of prelate Protestants — Christ the only supreme and absolute head of the church 16. — The power assigned by Papists and Protestants unto kings in matters ecclesiastical — Their several principles discussed and compared 17. — Scripture — Story of the progress and declension of religion vindicated — Papal artifices for the promotion of their power and interest — Advantages made by them on the Western Empire 18. — Reformation of religion — Papal contradictions — “Ejice ancillam” 19. — Of preaching — The mass, and the sacrifice of it — Transubstantiation — Service of the church 20 — Of the blessed Virgin 21. — Images — Doctrine of the council of Trent — Of the second Nicene — The arguments for the adoration of images — Doctrine of the ancient church — Of the chief doctrine of the Roman church — Practice of the whole — Vain foundations of the pretenses for image-worship examined and disproved 22. — Of Latin service 23. — Communion 24. — Heroes — Of the ass’s head, whose worship was objected to Jews and Christians THE CHURCH OF ROME NO SAFE GUIDE.

    PREFATORY NOTE BY THE EDITOR Preface SOME CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT UNION AMONG PROTESTANTS.

    PREFATORY NOTE BY THE EDITOR Some Considerations, etc.

    A BRIEF AND IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT OF THE NATURE OF THE PROTESTANT RELIGION.

    PREFATORY NOTE BY THE EDITOR The State and Fate of the Protestant Religion

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