Tuesday, December 14, 2010

The Roman Catholic Controversy - 200 Books on DVDrom

The Roman Catholic Controversy - Over 200 PDF (Acrobat) Books on DVDrom - books Mostly Scanned from the Originals

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Contents of DVDrom:
Was Peter Ever in, and Bishop of Rome? article in The New Englander 1871
Priestly Celibacy Exposed by George Fox 1854
Plain reasons against joining the church of Rome by Richard Littledale 1880
The Petrine claims - A Critical Inquiry by Richard Littledale 1889
The Trial and Conviction of a Franciscan Monk by P. M'Loskey 1852
Paul's Rebuke of Peter, article in The Evangelical Magazine 1832
Old Christianity against Papal Novelties by G. Ouseley 1847
Essays on Romanism By Robert Benton Seeley 1839
'The Beast and his Image' or, The Pope and the Council of Trent by Frederic Fysh 1837
Manual of Romish controversy by Richard Blakeney 1875
Fifty years in the Church of Rome by Charles Chiniquy 1888
The Priest, the Woman and the Confessional by Charles Chiniquy 1887
Roman Catholic Claims by Charles Gore 1894
An appeal against the Roman Catholic claims 1812
Purgatory, Transubstantiation and the Mass Examined by the light of Holy Scripture by Henry Roe 1863
The Absurdities of Popery 1840
Transubstantiation tried by Scripture and reason by Charles Smith Bird 1839
The Primitive Church and the Primacy of Rome by Giorgio Bartoli (former Jesuit) 1909
Why Should a Lutheran not join any Sectarian Church by VW Richter 1913
The Privilege of Peter And the Claims of the Roman Church by RC Jenkins 1875
The Catholic Controversy: Maintained in the Periodical Publicationsby John Thayer, George Lesslie - 1809 - 121 pages
Letters in the Roman Catholic Controversyby William Craig Brownlee - 1834 - 364 pages
Catholic Controversy: A Reply to Dr. Littledale's "Plain Reasons"by Henry Ignatius D. Ryder - 1881
The American cardinal - a Novel by John Leavitt 1871
The Devil in Robes - The Sin of Priests by Robert McCallen 1900
The Murder of Abraham Lincoln planned and executed by Jesuit priests by Charles Chiniquy 1893
Who Assassinated Abraham Lincoln? by Charles Chiniquy 1880
The Controversial Methods of Romanism by Arthur Brinkman 1888
Woman, Church and State - A Historical account of the status of woman through the Christian ages by MJ Gage 1893
Demonstration of the Necessity of Abolishing a constrained Clerical Celibacy, exhibiting the Evils of that Institution by DA Feijo 1844
An Historical Sketch of sacerdotal celibacy in the Christian Church by Henry Lea 1884
An Outline of the History of Clerical Celibacy in Western Europe by Early Sperry 1905
The Celibacy of the Romish Clergy, article in The Baltimore Literary and Religious Magazine 1835
The Whole Evidence Against the Claims of the Roman Church by S. Robins 1855
The Idolatry of the Church of Rome by AS Thelwall 1844
Romanism contradictory to the Bible by Thomas Home 1827
The Church of Rome evidently proved heretic by Peter Berault 1830
Ireland Popery and Priestcraft the Cause of her Misery and Crime by JC Colquhoun 1837
Remonstrance against Romish corruptions in the Church by John Purvey 1851
Papal Idolatry, an exposure of the dogma of Transubstantiation and Mariolatry by Charles Chiniquy 1899
Almost a Priest - A Tale that deals in facts by Julia McNair Wright 1870 (first few pages poorly scanned)
The Reign of AntiChrist, or The Great Falling Away, by JM Sjodahl 1913
The Two Babylons by Rev Alexander Hislop 1862
Fathers of the Catholic Church. A Brief examination of the "falling away" of the Church in the First 3 centuries by EJ Waggonner 1888
A Treatise on Infant Baptism by James Robertson 1836
Infant Baptism an Invention of Men by I Chase 1863
Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles Compared: The Gould Prize Essaysby William Thomas Whitley, Gerald Hamilton Beard, Charles Benjamin Dalton 1908
Christian Apologetics: A Defense of the Catholic Faithby Walter Devivier, Sebastian Gebhard Messmer 1903
The End of Religious Controversy, in a Friendly Correspondence Between a Religious Society of Protestants and a Roman Catholic Divineby John Milner - 1887 - 352 pages
The Archpriest Controversy: Documents Relating to the Dissensions of the Roman Catholic Clergyby Thomas Graves Law - 1896
The Infallibility of the Church: A Course of Lectures Deliveredby George Salmon - 1890
The present state of the controversy between the Protestant and Roman Catholic Churchesby Hunter Gordon - 1837
A Discourse against Transubstantiation by John Tillotson 1685
The Religion of the Pope and Primitive Christianity - a contrast by AJ Antisell 1891
Symbolism: Or, Exposition of the Doctrinal Differences Between Catholics and Protestantsby Johann Adam Möhler - 1844 - 575 pages
A Christian peace-offering; an endeavour to abate the asperities of the controversy between the Roman and English Catholic Churchesby Arthur Philip Perceval - 1829
A Debate on the Roman Catholic Religion: Held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting Hallby Alexander Campbell, John Baptist Purcell - 1837 - 350 pages
A Discussion of the Question, Is the Roman Catholic Religion inimical to civil or religious libertyby John Hughes, John Breckinridge - 1867 - 540 pages
A Full Catechism of the Catholic Religionby Joseph Deharbe - 1889 - 320 pages
The Papal Sovereignty: Viewed in Its Relations to the Catholic Religionby Félix Dupanloup - 1860 - 460 pages
The History of Popish Transubstantiationby John Cosin, John Sherren Brewer - 1840 - 260 pages
The Popish Plot: A Study in the History of the Reign of Charles IIby John Pollock 1903
Jesuit Juggling: Forty Popish Frauds Detected and Disclosedby Richard Baxter - 1835 - 305 pages
Popery! As it was and as it is: Also, Auricular Confession; and Popish Nunneriesby William Hogan - 1854
Open Convents, Or, Nunneries and Popish Seminaries Dangerous to the Morals ...by Theodore Dwight - 1836 - 176 pages
The Doctrine of the Real Presence: As Contained in the Fathers...by Edward Bouverie Pusey - 1883 - 700 pages
Christ's Discourse at Capernaum: Fatal to the Doctrine of Transubstantiation ...by George Stanley Faber - 1840 - 245 pages
The Idol Demolished by Its Own Priest: An Answer to Cardinal Wiseman's Lectures on Transubstantionby James Sheridan Knowles - 1852 - 308 pages
The Roman Catholic Religion Viewed in the Light of Prophecy and History ...by William Craig Brownlee - 1843 - 100 pages
Romanism as it is, by Rev. Samuel W Barnum 1871
The Difficulties of Romanism by George Faber 1830
The History of Romanism from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time by Rev. John Dowling 1845
AWFUL DISCLOSURES by Maria Monk (plus several other books on Maria Monk)From wikipedia:"Maria Monk (June 27, 1816 – summer of 1839) was a Canadian woman who claimed to have been a nun who had been sexually exploited in her convent. She, or ghost writers who used her as their puppet, wrote a sensational book about these allegations.Maria Monk's book Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, or, The Hidden Secrets of a Nun's Life in a Convent Exposed was published in January 1836. In it, Monk claimed that nuns of the Sisters of Charity of a Montreal convent of the Hôtel-Dieu were forced to have sex with the priests in the seminary next door. The priests supposedly entered the convent through a secret tunnel. If the sexual union produced a baby, it was baptized and then strangled and dumped into a lime pit in the basement. Uncooperative nuns disappeared. Historians are unanimous in their agreement that the whole account was false."
Archbishop Usher's Answer to a Jesuit with other Tracts on Popery 1885
Crimes of Christianity BY G. W. FOOTE AND J. M. WHEELER
The Monk by Matthew Lewis
Dr. Wiseman's popish literary blunders exposed by Charles Hastings Collette 1860
Catholic and Protestant by FJ Kinsman 1913

On the Bible Canon:
The canon of the Bible: its formation, history and fluctuationsby Samuel Davidson - 1880
How Do I Know What is the Bible, article in Scribner's Monthly 1877
A General Survey of the History of the Canon of the New Testament by Brooke Foss Westcott
The Lost Apocrypha of the Old Testament, Collected, Translated and Discussed by MR James 1920
The Book of God in Light of the Higher Criticism by GW Foote (has a chapter on the Canon)
The Canon of the New Testament, article in THE BIBLICAL WORLD
The Apocrypha Problem and other articles in The Biblical Review 1916
Our Bible; its origin, character and value by Herbert Whillett 1917
2nd Maccabees and Purgatory, article in the Southern Presbyterian review (1847)
Errata of the Protestant Bible - The truth of the English translations examined in a treatise showing some of the errors that are to be found in the English translations of the Sacred Scriptures used by Protestants by Thomas Ward 1876
Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles compared by MW Jacobus 1908
THE BIBLE CATHOLIC OR SCRIPTURE TEXTS FOR CATHOLIC DOCTRINE, article in The Catholic magazine and register 1850
Protestant text book of the Romish controversy (Chapter 2 is on the Apocrypha) by James Todd 1879
A Book about the English Bible by Josiah Penniman 1919
The Apocryphal books of the Old and New Testament by HT Andrews 1908
Chapters include: I. THE OLD TESTAMENT APOCRYPHA, THE APOCRYPHA PROPER, THE HISTORICAL BOOKS, THE DIDACTIC BOOKS, THE RELIGIOUS ROMANCES, PROPHETIC WRITINGS, THE WIDER APOCRYPHA, APOCALYPTIC LITERATURE, THE NEW TESTAMENT APOCRYPHA, NON-CANONICAL BOOKS WHICH WERE USED AS SCRIPTURE BY THE EARLY CHURCH, THE APOCRYPHAL GOSPELS
How the Bible Grew by Frank Lewis 1919
The Protestant Church and the Bible, article in the The Treasury magazine 1891
On the Canon of the Old Testament, article in The Quarterly Christian spectator 1838
Articles on the Canon in the Theological Lectures Magazine
Tobit and the Babylonian Apocryphal writings by Archibald Henry Sayce
The Douay or Catholic Bible, article in the Congregational Review 1867
The Old Testament Apocrypha - Article in the Union Seminary Magazine 1897
The canon of the Old and New Testaments ascertained;by Archibald Alexander - 1831
The Bible Verifiedby Andrew Webster Archibald - 1890 - 245 pagesCHAPTER I. THE CANON; OR, WHAT CONSTITUTES THE BIBLE?
The Origin And Authority Of The Biblical Canon In The Anglican ChurchH. W. HoworthJournal Of Theological Studies, 1906, pp.1-40. (in text format)
The Formation of the Canon of the New TestamentBy B.B. WarfieldPub. 1892, by the American Sunday School Union, Philadelphia, Pa. (in text format)
The Canon and the Text of the New Testament by Caspar Rene GregoryCanonical & Uncanonical Gospels, with a Translation of the Recently Discovered Fragments, 1893, by W.E. Barnes
The Canon and the Text of the New Testament by Alexander Souter
The Text and Canon of the New Testamentby Alexander Souter - 1913 - 250 pages
Canon Muratorianus: The Earliest Catalogue of the Books of the New Testamentby Lodovico Antonio Muratori, Samuel Prideaux Tregelles - 1867 - 105 pages
The Doctrine of Sacred Scripture: A Critical, Historical, and Dogmaticby George Trumbull Ladd - 1883
The Historic Origin of the Bible: A Handbook of Principal Factsby Edwin Cone Bissell - 1889 - 430 pages
The Bible: Its Meaning and Supremacyby Frederic William Farrar - 1897 - 350 pages... CHAPTER I THE BIBLE IS NOT ONE HOMOGENEOUS BOOK, BUT A GRADUALLY COLLECTED CANON.
Origin and Development of the Nicene Theologyby Hugh McDonald Scott - 1896 - 380 pages
The Facts about Lutherby Patrick F. O'Hare - 1916 - 360 pages
Catholic Pocket Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Containing a Brief Explanationby James Joseph McGovern - 1906 - 290 pages
A Glossary of Liturgical and Ecclesiastical Termsby Frederick George Lee - 1877 - 450 pages
English Bible Versions: With Special Reference to the Vulgate, the Douay, the Authorized and Revised Versionsby Henry Barker - 1907 - 370 pages
Origin and History of the Books of the Bible: Both the Canonical and the...by Calvin Ellis Stowe - 1868 - 580 pages
A New and Full Method of Settling the Canonical Authority of the New Testamentby Jeremiah Jones - 1798
Twenty-five Agrapha: Or Extra-canonical Sayings of Our Lordby Blomfield Jackson - 1900 - 70 pages
An apology for the Septuagint, in which its claims to biblical and canonical authority are briefly stated and vindicatedby Edward William Grinfield - 1850
The Books of the Old and New Testaments Canonical and Inspired: With Remarks on the Apocryphaby Robert Haldane 1840 - 185 pages
The Dissonance of the Four Generally Received Evangelistsby Edward Evanson 1805 - 340 page
Canonical & Uncanonical Gospels, with a Translation of the Recently Discovered Gospel of Peterby William Emery Barnes - 1893 - 110 pages
Introduction to the Canonical books of the Old Testamentby Carl Heinrich Cornill - 1907
The End of Religious Controversyby John Milner - 1906 - 480 pages
Milner Refuted: Or Pious Frauds Exemplified in Dr. Milner's "End of Religious Controversy" by Charles Hastings Collette - 1856
Apocrypha of King James Version - 1896 - 170 pages
The Apocrypha: Greek and English, in Parallel Columns1871 - 240 pages
Acta apostolorum apocryphaby Constantin von Tischendorf - 1851 - 270 pagesText in Greek; introductory material in Latin.
Apocrypha Sinaiticaby Margaret Dunlop Gibson - 1896 - 147 pages
The Value of the Apocryphaby Bernard Joseph Snell- 1905 - 127 pages
The Arguments of Romanists from the Infallibility of the Church and the ...by James Henley Thornwell - 1845 - 410 pagesAt head of title: The Apocryphal books of the Old Testament proved to be corrupt additions to the Word of God.
Apocrypha Arabica by Margaret Dunlop Gibson - 1901
Roman Forgeries and Falsifications, Or, An Examination of Counterfeit OR Corrupted Record with Especial Reference to Poperyby Richard Gibbings - 1849 - 135 pages
A list of editions of the holy Scriptures and parts thereofby Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan - 1861 A Protestant Dictionary: Containing Articles on the History, Doctrines ETCby Charles Henry Hamilton Wright, Charles Neil - 1904 - 825 pagesThe three additions made in the Apocrypha to the Book of Daniel are of no historicalvalue. ... The above-mentioned books are popularly "the Apocrypha.
The Ancestry of Our English Bible: An Account of ManuscriptSby Ira Maurice Price - 1920 - 320 pages... CHAPTER XII THE APOCRYPHA 98. The so-called apocryphal books cannot be overlookedin any discussion of the antecedents of the English Bible.
The Evidences Against Christianityby John Shertzer Hittell - 1857Besides, we find that many books referred to it the Bible, are lost—and apparentlythey were books divinely inspired : for we cannot-presume that an ...
An Inquiry Into the Scriptural Import of the Words Sheol, Hades, Tartarusby Walter Balfour - 1825 - 340 pagesBut as the Targums and the Apocrypha are appealed to in proof of this doctrine,it might be deemed wrong in me altogether to overlook the argument...
Old Bibles: An Account of the Early Versions of the English Bibleby John Read Dore - 1888 - 395 pagesIn the place where the Apocrypha ought to be, there is an address from the Synodof Dort, ordering this portion of Holy Scripture to be omitted, ...
An abridgement of the Apocryphaby Caroline Maxwell - 1828
The Difficulties of Romanismby George Stanley Faber - 1830 - 305 pages
On the canon of the Scriptures of the Old and New Testamentby Christopher Wordsworth - 1848
The uncanonical and apocryphal scriptures, with introductions to the several books and fragmentsedited by William Ralph Churton - 1884
The Bible of Bibles: Or, Twenty-seven "Divine Revelationsby Kersey Graves, Lydia M. Graves - 1879 - 440 pages
An Historical Account and Defence of the Canon of the New Testament by Sir William Davenant 1700

On Sola Scriptura:
The religion of Protestants a Safeway to Salvation by William Chillingworth
Dangers of Jesuit Instruction - Brownson's Quarterly Review 1846"If Protestants take the Bible alone, why do they differ so among themselves? why have they so many commentators? and why is it that those born and brought up Presbyrterians, as a general rule, find the Bible teaching Presbyterianism, and those brought up Unitarians find it teaching Unitarianism? Every sect has its traditions, and by these it, consciously or unconsciously, interprets the Bible. It cannot avoid doing so, even if it would."
Popery Calmly Considered by John Welsey"In all cases, the Church is to be judged by the Scripture, not the Scripture by the Church."
The Truths of the Catholic Religion Proved from Scripture Alone by Thomas Bulter 1857, Volume 1
The Truths of the Catholic Religion Proved from Scripture Alone by Thomas Bulter 1857, Volume 2
Theopneusty: Or, The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures by Louis Gaussen - 1844
A Disputation on Holy Scripture Against the Papists by William Whittaker 1849
The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine 1860[IS THE BIBLE ALONE A SUFFICIENT RULE OF FAITH?]
The Inspiration of the Scriptures by Francis Patton 1869
The Divine Authority of the Bible by George Frederick Wright - 1884
Holy Scripture verified; or, The divine authority of the Bible by George Redford 1837
The Westminster Confession of Faith"VII. All things in Scripture are not alike plain in themselves, nor alike clear unto all; yet those things which are necessary to be known, believed, and observed, for salvation, are so clearly propounded and opened in some place of Scripture or other, that not only the learned, but the unlearned, in a due use of the ordinary means, may attain unto a sufficient understanding of them."
How We Got Our Bible by J. Patterson Smyth 1915
The Plenary Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures by Eleazar Lord - 1857
How we got our American Standard Bible
The Judgment of the Anglican Church on the Sufficiency of Holy Scripture 1838
Lectures on the Criticism and Interpretation of the Bible 1842"When Tradition was discarded as a Rule of Faith independent of the Bible, our Reformers of course maintained, that the Bible alone contained all things, which were necessary for salvation. To the Bible alone, to the Bible without Tradition, did they appeal therefore in opposition to the Church of Rome: and, that all men might be enabled to judge, whether they rightly appealed, they wisely insisted, that the privilege of reading the Bible should be common to all men. But the Commentaries, which they wrote, beside the Confessions of Faith, which they composed, may convince us, that when they put the Bible into the hands of the people, they thought it necessary to add an explanation of it."
The Rule of Faith and the Doctrine of Inspiration by Robert Watts 1885
The Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures Asserted by Samuel Noble 1828
The Bible Triumphant - 12 Dozen Skeptical Arguments Refuted by Mrs H.V. Reed 1882
The Sufficiency of Holy Scripture, a Prize Essay 1852 by Richard Glover"Athanasius: "The holy and divinely-inspired Scriptures are of themselves sufficent for the discovery of truth. And again: "In the Scriptures alone the doctrine of Salvation is proclaimed. Let no man add to them, or take anything from them."Jerome: "But the Word of God smites the other things which they spontaneously discover, and feign as it were by an Apostolic authority, without the authority and testimony of the Scriptures."
The Inspiration of the Scriptures - A Review of the Theories by Alexander Carson, John Dick, John Pye Smith, Daniel Wilson 1853
On the Inquisition and Persecutions:
The Origin, Persecutions and Doctrines of the Waldensesby Pius Melia 1870
A History of the Holy Catholic Inquisition by Cyrus 1835
A Short History of the Italian Waldenses by Sofia Bompiani 1899
History of the Waldenses: With an Introductory Sketch of the History of the Christian Churches by Adam Blair 1832
An Historical Defence of the Waldenses Or Vaudoisby Jean Rodolphe Peyran 1826
The Israel of the Alps: A Complete History of the Waldenses of Piedmont Volume 1 by Alexis Muston 1866
Facts and Documents Illustrative of the History, Doctrine and Rites, of the Ancient Albigensis and Waldenses by Samuel Roffey Maitland 1832
The history of the Waldenses and Albigenses Volume 1by Thomas Taylor - 1793
Dealings with the Inquisition by G Achilli 1851
A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Agesby Henry Charles Lea 1887
The Huguenot: A Tale of the French Protestants (Vol. 3, up to 333 pages)by George Payne Rainsford James 1839
A Tale of the Huguenots: Or, Memoirs of a French Refugee Familyby James Fontaine, Francis Lister Hawks, Ann Maury - 1838
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Centuryby Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde Sismondi 1833
An inquiry into the history and theology of the ancient Vallenses and Albigensesby George Stanley Faber - 1838
Book of Martyrs by John Foxe
The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: A New and Complete Edition (Volume 6)by John Foxe, Stephen Reed Cattley, George Townsend 1838
The English Reformation: How it Came About, and why We Should Uphold itby Cunningham Geike 1879
Rome of the Pilgrims and Martyrs: A Study in the Martyrologiesby Ethel Ross Barker 1913
A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths, of the Primitive as Well as the Protestant Martyrs from the Commencement of Christianity to the Latest Periods of Pagan and Popish Persecution by by John Foxe 1853
The Letters of the Martyrs: Collected and Published in 1564by Miles Coverdale 1837
History of the French Protestant Refugees, from the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes to our own Days 1854 by Charles Weiss Volume 1
History of the French Protestant Refugees, from the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes to our own Days 1854 by Charles Weiss Volume 2

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