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2. In the second Dialogue, entituled: The second part of the Conuerted Iew, is discussed; whether in euery age since the Apostles; or rather whether but in any one Age sin [...]e that tyme, till Luthers dayes, there can be giuen any Instances of Professours of Protestancy? It is proued, that no such Instances can be giuen.
Now to descend to the second Dialogue; The subiect wherof is to demonstrate, that the visibility of the Protestant Church cannot be iustifyed from the Primitiue Church, (much lesse from the Apostles dayes) till Luthers reuolt: And which is more, that not any one Man, during all that long Period of tyme (nor Luther himselfe) can be truly insisted vpon, for a perfect & absolute Protestant; and such as the present Church of England can, or will acknowledge to be a member of it. Which point being once euicted, How deadly it woundeth the Protestants, may easily appeare; in regard of the euer necessary and vndeniable visibility of Christs true Church; whose expansion, enlargment, and vneclypsed radiancy at all tymes, is much celebrated in Holy writ: Esay. 60. (Her sunne shall not be set, nor her Moone hid) as will more fully appeare bereafter in it due place.
But to reflect vpon the subiect of this second Dialogue: And here I do auouch, that to maintayne, that Protestancy was euer before the breaking out of Luther (though euen then it was not in [Page] it perfection) is no lesse absurd in reason; then to maintayne, that, the byrth of any thing can precede it conception; and the effect the cause.
Be it then, that some Innouatours in seuerall Centuryes haue contumactously defended some one or other Theoreme or principle, without which the entyre frame of Protestancy cannot subsist; Will any of you from hence conclude (and yet many Protestants do so conclude) that such Mens Religion was perfect Protestancy? By the like reason you may inferre (to insist in similitudes within your owne spheare) that Vnity is a Number; a Poynt, Quantity; & an Instant, Tyme: Wheras you know well, that these are only beginnings or Elements of Number, Quantity, and Tyme; and without which these later can haue no being. In regard then of such want of visible Protestants, informer tymes, It is lesse wounder, that some Protestant wryters haue thought good to Idëate & frame in their mynd [...] a certayne mathematicall and airy Church, within which a number only of supposed inuisibilities are comprehended. Thus much touching this second Dialogue; to the which I haue thought good to subnect (as an Appendix) a short view, taken of an Anonymous and froathy Pamphlet entituled: A Treatise of the perpetuall visibility and succession of the true Church, in al Ages; written some few yeares since and set forth (as is supposed) by Doctour Featly.
The doctrine, that all Sinnes are mortall, was first stamped by Pelagius. He further taught, that the Baptisme of children was not necessary. The firsts of these his doctrines was writen against by Lib. 2. cotra Pelagianum. S. Hierome; the second by In Re scripto ad M [...]l [...]ui [...] Concilium post [...]. Innocentius, and Hae [...] 88. S. Augustine, his followers Pelagiani.
HEARE now (Worthy Academicks) is my penne come to it full stop, and our seconde Dialogue to it last Period: Where you haue seene the true and vnfeigned downe fall of the two former Protestants, Ochinus and Neuserus: and the stumbling block, occasioning this their miserable precipitation. Yf any of you do reape profit hereby (and I hope you may, if you vouchsafe to peruse it with Ind [...]sterency) ô how fully then is my labour recompensed? As for those, who out of an affected morosity, do detractiuely preiudge of our labours in this kind: and through their owne inueterate auersiō to the Catholicke faith, do betrample with all scorne and indignation our best endeuours (though I hope, few or no such spydars do breede in your Colledges) I pryze not their Censures; only I do, and still will pray incessantly to God, to giue them more supple and docible harts; with whom wee may perhapps truly expostulate in the Psalmists phraza: Filij Psal. 4. hominum, vs (que) quo graut corde?
But M. Napper in an other place dealeth more bountifully with vs herein; for thus he witnesseth: During Vbi supra p. 191. euen the second and third ages, the true temple of God and light of the Gospell, was obscured by the Roman Antichrist.
And as touching this precedent Catholicke Treatise of the second part of the Conuerted Iew. Though it be indeed purposely and principally written against all eminent Protestants in generall (as appeareth by the alledging of their names and testimonyes therein) who heretofore haue mantained by their penns, the continuall visibility of the Protestant Church; yet may it with all be iustly reputed, as a full answere to this discourse here examined; seeing the whole scope, drift, and cheïfe examples of Protestancy (I meane of Hus, Wicklefe, Waldo, & diuers others) insisted vpon by this Anonymous and namelesse Authour, are discouered in the former Dialogue, for false, idle, and impertinent; as being alledged long since by other more famous Protestants: Thus we see, that this Authour is glad to licke vp the arguments of his former Brethren, & to feed vpon their reuertions. Now what other things of lesser moment may occurre herein (especially touching the impostures and calumnyes here practized and the names of some obcure men, suggested for Protestants only by this Authour,) they shall in this short Suruey be displayed and refuted. What is here set downe by me, is set downe with all affected and labored playnes of words or style; purposely forbearing all excursions or amplifications of discourse; and this to the end, that the Reader may with the lesse distraction of Iudgment and Memory, haue at once a short and whole Synopsis and sight of this Authours falshoods, subt [...]ltyes, and snares; where with he labours to illaqueate & entangle the simple and ignorant.
The Vice-Chancelour of Oxford, hearing thereof, apprehendeth Michaeas, conuenteth him before the right Honourable the Lord Cheife-Iustice of England; before whome he stands arraigned of three Crymes. The first, that (according to the falsely supposed Principles of the Roman Religion) he laboreth to plant disloyalty in the Schollars mindes. The which Michaeas absolutly denyeth; and thereupon retorteth (by way of recrimination) the cryme of Disloyalty vpon the Protestants, both [Page 4] for their doctrine thereof, and for their practise. The second offence vrged by the Vice-Chancelour is, that Michaeas did write certayne short Discourses of diuers points of Catholicke Religion, and diuulged them to the Schollars of his acquaintance: Of which discourses the Vice-Chancelour getting a copie (of Michaeas his owne hand wryting) deliuereth it (in the presence of Michaeas) to the Lord Cheife-Iustice. This Action Michaeas acknowledgeth it, as true, and warranteth it by force of Reason, and strong example. The third Cryme. That, Michaeas (being a Roman Priest) vndertaketh to reconcile some Schollars to the Church of Rome, and daily celebrateth Masse. 2b1af7f3a8