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Author: Lambert, Franz, 1486-1530.
Title: The summe of christianitie gatheryd out almoste of al placis of scripture, by that noble and famouse clerke Francis Lambert of Auynyon. And translatyd, and put in to prynte in Englyshe, by Tristram Reuel. The yere of our lorde. 1536.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The summe of christianitie gatheryd out almoste of al placis of scripture, by that noble and famouse clerke Francis Lambert of Auynyon. And translatyd, and put in to prynte in Englyshe, by Tristram Reuel. The yere of our lorde. 1536.
Lambert, Franz, 1486-1530., Revel, Tristram,

[London: Printed by R. Redman, 1536]
Alternate titles: Farrago omnium fere rerum theologicarum. English Farrago omnium fere rerum theologicarum.
Notes:
A translation of: Farrago omnium fere rerum theologicarum.
Imprint from STC.
Leaf 56 misnumbered 59.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05035.0001.001

Contents
title page
The table of this boke.
The epystle of the translator
The epystell of the auctour.
illustration
text
The fyrste Chapitre. ¶ The cause of the greate blyndnes of the worlde, whiche hathe cōtinued so longe tyme, by what meanes the verytye of scriptures of god hathe be hydde and suppressyd. Capi. i. The Paradoxes.
¶ Of the holy churche of god, and reprouable synagoge of Sathan of canonysynge, and inuoca∣cyon of sayntes.
¶ Of the comunyon of sayntes of ex∣comunicacion & bulles of the son of perdycyon. Capi. 3.
¶Of true goodworkes and the lawe, of grace, and the gospell, and vertues of the faythfull. Capi. 4.
¶ Of the presthode of the faythe∣full, and trewe mynysters of the churche that is byshopes, and deacōs. The fyfte Chapitre.
☞ Of punyshment and puttynge out false byshoppes and false apost¦les from the cōgregacion of the faytheful. Capit. 6.
❧ In what thynges bysshoppes of the churche of God, shulde be subiecte to prynces and ru∣lers and of theyr auc∣toryte, and my∣nystery that is of the worde and sacramentes, and of sentwaryes. The seuenthe Chapitre. ☞: ♣: ♣: ☜
The eyght Chapitre. ¶That byshoppes may nat be lordes and prynces, and it is agaynste theyr offyce. The eyght Chapitre. ❧
Of a brogatyō, of fyrst frutes, tythes, offeringes, and what the faythful owe to theyr byshopes .i. to true mynisters of the worde, and of those they owe to prynces and rulers. Capitulo. 9.
Of the table of the lorde that it is not a sacrefyce, and of wyked and vsurus customes of the kingdome of perdy¦cyon vtterlye to be pluckyd awaye and of purgatory. Capi. 10.
Of sectes of perdycyon, and beggynge. Cap. 11.
whose deutye is to iudge of the voyce of the lernyd / yf he be of god / and by what we be assuryd / also of wekyd vnyuersytes. Capi. 12.
Of the partes, as they cal it of pe∣naunce. Cap. 13.
what true penaunce is.
Of true good workes.
❧Of lybertye and subiectyon of the faythefull.
☞ Of contrycyon. ☜
☞: Of confessyon. ☜
¶ Of sygnes of grace, and remyssoyn of synnes. ❧
Of satysfaccyon, and (as they call it) inioynynge of penaunce.
♣ The conclusyon.