A plaine refutation of M. Giffards booke, intituled, A short treatise gainst the Donatistes of England Wherein is discouered 1 the forgery of the vvhole ministerie, 2 the confusion, 3 false vvorship, 4 and antichristian disorder, of these parish assemblies, called the Church of England. Here also is prefixed a summe of the causes of our separation, & of our purposes in practise, vvhich M. Giffard hath tvvice fought to confute, and hath novv vvise receiued ansvver, by Henry Barrovve. Here is furder inserted a brief refutation of M. Giff. supposed consimilitude betvvixt the Donatistes & vs. VVherin is shevved hovv his arguments haue be[n] & may be by the Papists more iustly retorted against himself & the prese[n]t estate of their Church. By Io. Greenwood. Here are also annexed a fevv obseruations of M. Giff. his last reply, not printed heretofore: as the other aforesaid vvere in the yeare 1591.
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Gifford, George, > d. 1620. > Short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists > Controversial literature.
Gifford, George, > d. 1620. > Plaine declaration that our Brownists be full Donatists, by comparing them together from point to point out of the writings of Augustine.
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