|Author:||Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.|
|Title:||The chiefe and pryncypall articles of the Christen faythe to holde againste the Pope, and al papistes, and the gates of hell, with other thre very profitable and necessary bokes the names or tyttels, whereof are conteyne in the leafe next followynge. Made by Doctor Marten Luther. To the reader. In thys boke shal you fynde Christian reader the ryght probation of the righte olde catholyke Churche, and of the newe false Churche, whereby eyther of them is to be knowen. Reade and iudge.|
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The chiefe and pryncypall articles of the Christen faythe to holde againste the Pope, and al papistes, and the gates of hell, with other thre very profitable and necessary bokes the names or tyttels, whereof are conteyne in the leafe next followynge. Made by Doctor Marten Luther. To the reader. In thys boke shal you fynde Christian reader the ryght probation of the righte olde catholyke Churche, and of the newe false Churche, whereby eyther of them is to be knowen. Reade and iudge.
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546., Lynne, Walter.
[[London]: Imprinted [by S. Mierdman] for Gwalter Lynne, dwellyng vpon Somers kaye, by Byllinges gate, In the yeare of oure Lorde God. M.D.Xlviij. ]
|Alternate titles:||Selections. English|
Possibly translated by Walter Lynne.
Publisher's name and address from colophon; printer's name from STC.
Signatures: A-P Q4.
Includes: The confessyon of the faythe of Doctor Marten Luther. Of the ryght olde catholyke Churche, and the newe false Churche, whereby eyther of them is to be knowen. The thre symboles or confessyons of the Christen faythe, in the Churche unfourmely used.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
¶ To the Reader.
Preface of D. Marten Luther.
The fyrste parte is of the hygh Article of the Godly Maiestye, as
❧ The seconde parte is of those Articles that concerne the office & worke of Iesu Chri∣ste, or oure redemption.
Here is the fyrst and Chie∣fe Article.
The . Article.
Of worshippinge of Saynctes.
The iij. Article.
The .iiij. Article.
The thyrde Parte of the Articles.
Of the lawe.
¶ Of the false Papisticall Penaunce.
Of the Gospell.
Of the keyes.
Of the Curse.
Of anoyntynge, consecratynge, or callynge.
Of matrimony concer∣nyng Priestes.
Of the Churche.
Howe man is iustifyed before God, and of Good workes.
Of Cloyster vowes.
Of mans institutions.
¶ The con∣fessyon or knoweledgynge of the faythe of Doctor Marten Luther.
Of the right Olde Church, what, where and who she is, and where by she maye be knowen.
Of the newe false Church, what, where, and who she is, and whereby men shall knowe her.
Distinction / betwene the right and the false Churche.
❧ Distinction betwene the doctryne, and the lyfe.
¶ Of restitu∣cion of the churches Goodes.
That which is Goddes, maye not be ge∣geuen vnto Themperour.
❧ The thre Symboles or Confessions of the Fayth of Christe, vsed in the Churche vni∣fourmely.
The Symbole of the Apostles.
☞ Symbolum Ambrosij, and Augustini.
❧ The Symbole of Nyce.
❧ A singular and fruteful maner of pra∣yeng, vsed by the famous clarke Do∣ctour Marten Luther, and compple at the desyre and instaunce of a special frende of hys, vpon the Lordes prayer, the tenne commaun∣dementes, and the xij. Ar∣ticles of the Christen fayth, no lesse neces∣sary, then profi∣table.
The fyrst Peticyon.
The seconde Peticyon. sayenge.
The thyrde peticion. sayenge.
The fourth Peticion. and saye.
The fyfte peticion. and saye.
The syxth petition. and saye.
The seuenth peticion. and saye.
The fyrst commaundement.
The seconde commaun∣dement.
The thyrde commaundemēt
The fourth commaun∣dement.
The fyfthe commaun∣dement.
The sixte commaunde∣ment.
The seuenth Com∣maundement.
The eyght cōmaundement.
The nynth and tenth commaundementes.
The fyrst Article of the Creation.
The seconde Article of the redemption.
The thyrde Article of the Sanctification.
A prayer a∣gaynste the Pope & the Tur¦kes, the Mortall enemies of Christ and of his Churche.