Christianography Or The Description of the Multitude and Sundry Sorts of Christians in the World Not Subject to the Pope
By: Pagitt, Ephram
1635. Also found in this book is their unity, and how they agree with us in the principal points of difference between us and the Church of Rome. Amongst the usual and false pretenses, our adversaries of Rome have long gone about to deceive the simple and ignorant. One of the principal is the paucity of the professors of the reformed religion, and the multitude and amplitude of them, and their religion, as if all the Christian Kings, Emperors and Bishops, before King Henry VIII; and Archbishop Cranmer and also the whole church of God has been subject to the Bishop of Rome. To discover the falsehood of these, their vain and glorious boasting, Mr. Pagitt proposes to set before the reader. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English.