Definition of Confutative. Meaning of Confutative. Synonyms of Confutative

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Definition of Confutative

Confutative
Confutative Con*fut"a*tive, a. Adapted or designed to confute. --Bp. Warburton

Meaning of Confutative from wikipedia

- The Con****atio Augustana was the Roman Catholic re****ation (con****ation) of the Augsburg Confession, often referred to in the theological literature as...
- Apparent Con****ation of an Astrological Discourse lately published to the discomfort (without cause) of the weak and simple sort. With the Con****ation was...
- was a determined antagonist of Bishop John Jewell, and published: ‘A Con****ation of a Sermon pronounced by M. Iuell, at Paules crosse, the second Sondaie...
- Way of Holiness,' 1630. 'The Doctrine of the Sabbath Vindicated, in Con****ation of a Treatise of the Sabbath written by Mr. Edward Brerewood against...
- Vatican representatives, the official response known as the Pontifical Con****ation of the Augsburg Confession was produced to the Diet, though the do****ent...
- and after the 1530 Diet of Augsburg as a response to the Pontifical Con****ation of the Augsburg Confession, Charles V's commissioned official Roman Catholic...
- the country, where he acted as tutor to the sons of a gentleman (Plays Con****ed. "To the Reader," 1582). Anthony à Wood places this earlier and ****igns...
- con****ed’ (two sermons preached at St. Mary's, one on 26 June 1768 and the other on 6 August 1769). The first was answered by ‘The Oxford Con****ation...
- of a Christian Man, by Luther, 1579. 4. The Pope Con****ed — the Holy and Apostolical Church Con****ing the Pope — the First Action, by John Foxe, 1580....
- argument. He began by applauding the prosecution of the author he was con****ing; Daniel Waterland came in 1730 to his defence. He calculated the mercy...