|Title:||The ground of Christianitie composed in maner of a dialogue between Paule and Titus, contayning all the principall poyntes of our saluation in Christ.|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The ground of Christianitie composed in maner of a dialogue between Paule and Titus, contayning all the principall poyntes of our saluation in Christ.
At London: Printed by Robert walde-graue, and are to be sold at the signe of the Beare in Paules Church-yard, by Thomas VVoodcocke, Anno Dom. 1584.
Dedication signed: Alexander Gee.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
¶ To the right Honourable Lord, Fraun∣ces, Earle of Bedford, one of her maie∣sties most Honourable priuy Councell, Knight of the Noble order of the Garter: A. G. wisheth prosperity in this world, with increase of peace, mercy, and grace, and in the worlde to come life euerla∣sting.
The ground of Christiani∣tie. In maner of a Dialogue, betweene PAVLE and TITVS.
A Prayer contayning the effect of that which goeth before.
A Table declaring three manner of presence, eating, and vnion, with diuers and sundry respectes, hovv the holy reall body of Christ our sauiour, both in the Sacrament and besides the Sacrament, i present, eaten, and vnited to vs.
How a man ought to prepare himselfe tre∣ceiue these mysteries.