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Author: Barnes, Robert, 1495-1540.
Title: A supplicatyon made by Robert Barnes doctoure in diuinitie, vnto the most excellent and redoubted prince kinge henrye the eyght. The articles for which this forsayde doctoure Barnes was condemned of our spiritualtye, are confirmed by the Scripture, doctoures and their awne [sic] lawe. After that he disputeth certayne comon places which also he confermeth with the Scripture, holye doctoures and their awne [sic] lawe.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A supplicatyon made by Robert Barnes doctoure in diuinitie, vnto the most excellent and redoubted prince kinge henrye the eyght. The articles for which this forsayde doctoure Barnes was condemned of our spiritualtye, are confirmed by the Scripture, doctoures and their awne [sic] lawe. After that he disputeth certayne comon places which also he confermeth with the Scripture, holye doctoures and their awne [sic] lawe.
Barnes, Robert, 1495-1540.

[Antwerp: S. Cock, 1531?]
Alternate titles: Supplicatyon made by Robert Barnes doctoure in divinitie unto the most excellent and redoubted prince kinge henrye the eyght Supplicatyon made by Robert Barnes doctoure in divinitie unto the most excellent and redoubted prince kinge henrye the eyght.
Notes:
Imprint from STC.
Signatures: A-U X4.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Protestantism -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Church history -- 16th century -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04582.0001.001

Contents
title page
The comen places which he disputeth are these
Grace and peace from God ye father of ou¦re sauiour Iesus Christ be with youre most noble and excellent grace for euer. Amen
articles
The fyrst artycle
The seconde Article
The thirde Artycle.
¶The .iiij. Artycle.
¶The .v. Article
The .6. Article.
The .7. Article.
The .8. Article
The .9. Article.
The .10. Artycle.
The .11. Article.
The .12. Article
The .13. Article.
The .14. article
The .15. Article.
The .16. Article.
The .17. Article.
The .18. Article.
The .19. Article.
The .20. Article
The .21. Article
The .22. Article
¶The .xxiij. Artycle
¶The .xxiiij. Artycle
The .25. Article
part
Vvhat is holy churche / ād who be ther¦of ād wher by men may know hyr.
Vvhat the keyes of the chur¦che are and to whome they be geuyn.
¶ Fre wille of man / after the faulle of Adam / of hys naturalle strength / cane doo nothynge but synne. ☜
¶It ys lawfulle for all ma∣ner of men to rede ho¦ly scrypture
¶Mens constitucions which be not groun¦ded in scripture bynde not the con∣sciens of man vnder the payne of dedly synne. ☜
¶Alle maner of Chrysten men / bothe sprytual∣le and temporalle are bound whan they wyl¦le be houslyd to reseue the sacramēt in bo¦the kyndes vnder the payne of dedly synne. ☜
¶It is agenst scripture to honoure ima¦ges and to praye to saynctes.
to the reader
index
part A
B