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Author: Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560.
Title: The iustification of man by faith only: made and vvritten by Phylyp Melanchton. and translated out of the Latyn in to this oure mother tonge by Nicholas Lesse of London An apologie or defence of the worde of God, declaringe what a necessary thynge it is, to be in all mennes handes, the want wher of is the only cause of al vngodlienes committed thorowe the whole earth, made by the sayde Nicholas Lesse.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The iustification of man by faith only: made and vvritten by Phylyp Melanchton. and translated out of the Latyn in to this oure mother tonge by Nicholas Lesse of London An apologie or defence of the worde of God, declaringe what a necessary thynge it is, to be in all mennes handes, the want wher of is the only cause of al vngodlienes committed thorowe the whole earth, made by the sayde Nicholas Lesse.
Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560., Lesse, Nicholas.

[Imprinted at London: In Flete strete at the signe of the George next to Saynt Dunstones church by VVilliam Powell, in the yere of oure Lorde God .M.CCCCC.XLVIII. the .XI. daye of October] [1548]
Alternate titles: Justification of man by faith only.
Notes:
Imprint from colophon.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Faith -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07407.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MYGHTIE AND VICTORIOVS PRINCE Edwarde by the grace of God duke of Somerset, Lorde gouernoure mooste fortunate of the Kynge hys hyghnesse owne proper persone, and Lorde Pro∣tector of the Realmes of Englande and Irelande, with the rest of the Kyng his dominions on bothe syde the Seas. Ni¦cholas Lesse of London desyrethe good helth both of body and minde with long conti∣nuance therein to the plesure of the Lorde.
THE IVDGEMENTE OF PHILIP MELANCHTON concernynge the artycle of the iustyfycatyon of man which is by fayth only.
¶ Gospell.
¶ Synne.
¶ Iustification.
¶ Grace.
¶ Faythe.
question 1
¶Howe workes may be done.
¶ Howe our workes may please God.
¶ The fourth question.
¶ An other obiection.
¶ An other argument Sophisticall.
☞ An other.
¶ An other.
¶ An other.
¶ Another.
¶ An other argument.
AN APOLOGY OR DE¦FENCE OF THE VVORDE of God: declarynge howe necessarye a thynge it is to be hadde in the handes of all persons, which do beare the name of Christe, and beinge called Christians, are wyllynge to knowe his veritie. To the myghtie and victoryous prince Edwarde by the grace of God, Dukes grace of Somersette, Lorde gouernoure of the kynge hys highnesse owne propre person, and Lord protector of the Realmes of Englande and Irelande, with the rest of the kynges dominions on bothe syde the Seas.
colophon