5. 'It doth dishonour God, and honour his aduersarye: a disgrace to the Churche, a ioye and comfort to heresie.' A iiib. 6. 'It is not onely glorious, but necessarye, to confesse our faith openly.' A v. 7. 'It argueth a neuter, that is, suche a one as is not affected to eyther religion, and consequently of no religion.' A vb. 8. 'Or if thou haue a conscience towarde the Catholike Religion, and doest cleane contrarye, that is damnable.' A vi. 9. 'But it is possible that thy conscience is indifferent to both religions and so thou art excused from doing against thy conscience.' A viii. 10. 'It is scandalous, and maketh thy brother to sinn, which is a very weightie consideration as appereth by our Sauiours.' B iib. 11. 'Mariage with Infidels, and with heretikes is forbid, because of the daunger of peruerting one the other.' B vib. 12. 'Al open professors of heresie or knowen heretikes are ipse facto excomminicati, in so doing they are excommunicate forthwith, without further sentence, as appereth in Councels decrees.' B viib. 13. 'It is excommunication to enter into ye Jewes Sinagoge at the time of their ceremonies.' B viii. 14. 'Keep not company with anye such, as being a Christian man, is a fornicatour, or couetous, or foule speaker, with such a one I say not to take meate.' B ixb. 15. 'Euery Catholike must confesse that the Church of Christ upon earth is visible, the members wherof must needes be tyed together with some societe of visible signes or Sacramentes.' C. 16. 'If nothing els did moue, yet verye zeale against the enemyes of Christe and his Churche should cause a good Christian to absteine.' C ii. 17. 'other wayes of consenting to Infidels.' C iib. 18. 'this dissimulation and indifferencie pertaineth to old heresies.' C ivb. C vi D vb: 'The 2 Chapter. Examples out of Scripture.' D vib F ivb: 'The Third Chapter. Examples out of ecclesiastical Histories.' 'By these examples doth appere how exactly the practice of Christian people hath alwayes agreed with scripture and with reason for auoyding of heretikes and their conuenticles.' Ceir is-raniad i'r bennod: E vi-F ivb: 'Sacramentes not to be receaued of heretikes or schismatikes.' F ivb-L iib: 'Aunsweres to the chiefe obiections. The fourth Chapter'. 'But let vs see moreouer, for the better satisfying of them whom this former discourse of reason, Scripture and practise doth not satisfie what they are wont to pleade for their dis- simulation, ad excusandas excusationes in peccatis.' Dyma rai dyfyniadau o'r bennod hon: 1. 'Idolaters and heretikes are to be shunned alike' G iii. 2. 'Caluinists and Lutheranes are as much to be abhored as any olde condemned heretikes.' H iib. 3. 'I haue proued that they (a Lutheran, a Zuinglian, a Caluenist) that blaspheme the Church, are to be auoided alike.' I. 4. 'They (good men among heretics)' are described excellently under the names of Locustes They are not Christians, but merchants of Christe.' I v.