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Bagshaw, Christopher – A Sparing Discovery of our English Jesuits, and of Father Parson’s Proceedings under Pretense of Promoting the Catholic Faith in England, for a caveat to all true Catholics, our very loving brethren and friends, how they embrace such very uncatholic, though Jesuitical designments (London, 1601) 70 pp.
Bagshshaw (d. 1625)
Wadsworth, James – The English Spanish Pilgrim, or a New Discovery of Spanish Popery & Jesuitical Stratagems, with the Estate of the English Pentioners & Fugitives under the King of Spain’s Dominions, and elsewhere at this present. Also Laying Open the New Order of the Jesuitrices & Preaching Nuns. Composed by James Wadsworth, Gentleman, newly Converted into his True Mother’s Bosom, the Church of England, with the motives why he Left the Sea of Rome, a Late Pentioner to his Majesty of Spain… (London, 1629) 95 pp.
Wadsworth (1604-1656?) was born of an English Jesuit father. In 1625 he professed himself a convert from Romanism to Protestantism, becoming involved with the Church of England.
Anti-Papist – Fair Warning to Take Heed of Popery, or a Short & True History of the Jesuits’ Fiery Practices & Powder-plots to destroy kings, ruin kingdoms & lay cities waste ([London, 1674-79?]) 136 pp.
Against Jesuit Teachings
Davenant, John – Question 17, ‘The Papal Jesuits Cannot be Good Subjects’ in The Determinations, or Resolutions of Certain Theological Questions, Publicly Discussed in the University of Cambridge trans. Josiah Allport (1634; 1846), pp. 307-312 bound at the end of John Davenant, A Treatise on Justification, or the Disputatio de Justitia... trans. Josiah Allport (1631; London, 1846), vol. 2
Turretin, Francis – Institutes of Elenctic Theology, tr. George M. Giger, ed. James Dennison Jr. (1679–1685; P&R, 1992)
13. ‘Is there a middle knowledge in God between the natural and the free? We deny against the Jesuits, Socinians & Remonstrants.’ 212-18
3, ‘Are there conditional decrees? We deny against the Socinians, Remonstrants and Jesuits.’ 316
4. ‘Is providence occupied only in the conservation and sustentation of things; or also in their government (through which God Himself acts and efficaciously concurs with them by a concourse not general and indifferent, but particular, specific and immediate)? We deny the former and affirm the latter, against the Jesuits, Socinians and Remonstrants.’ 501
12. ‘Whether it is lawful to use ambiguous equivocations and mental reservations in oaths. We deny against the papists and especially the Jesuits.’ 70
Voet, Gisbert – 8. ‘The New Jesuit Skepticism about the Principles of the Christian Faith’ in Select Theological Disputations (Utrecht: Waesberg, 1648), vol. 1, pp. 106-114