The Romish Fisher Caught and Held in His Owne Net or, A True Relation of the Protestant Conference and Popish Difference. A Justification of the One, and Refutation of the Other. In Matters of Fact and Faith.
Featley, who helped in the translation of the KJV wrote this book in response to a famous conference wherein he disputed the differences between the Roman Catholic Church and Protestantism. A helpful treatment of the issues, this volume is detailed and thorough.
Daniel Featley was an English theologian and controversialist. A leading Calvinist disputant of the 1620s, he fell into difficulties with Parliament due to his loyalty to Charles I in the 1640s, and he was harshly treated and imprisoned at the end of his life.
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