|Author:||Meredith, John, b. 1579 or 80.|
|Title:||The sinne of blasphemie against the Holy Ghost, scholastically examined the reasons of the absolute irremissibility thereof displayed; an admonition to all reuolting apostataes [sic] annexed. By Iohn Meredyth, sub-deane of Chichester.|
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The sinne of blasphemie against the Holy Ghost, scholastically examined the reasons of the absolute irremissibility thereof displayed; an admonition to all reuolting apostataes [sic] annexed. By Iohn Meredyth, sub-deane of Chichester.
Meredith, John, b. 1579 or 80.
London: Printed [by Edward Allde] for Iohn Marriot, and are to bee solde at his shop in St. Dunstons Church-yard in Fleetstreet, 1622.
Printer's name from STC.
Cf. Folger catalogue, which gives signatures: A-K4.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Sin, Unpardonable -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE REVEREND, RIGHT LEARNED, and RELIGIOVS PRELATE, Doctor THORNE, Deane of Chichester.
To the Indifferent Reader.
The Sinne OF BLASPHEMIE against the Holy Ghost, Schola∣stically examined; the reasons of the absolute Irremissibility thereof dis∣played; An admonition to all Reuolting Apostataes annexed.
The distinct Species or kinde of this Sinne; If wee Sinne.
Secondly a totall Apostacy from Christ.
The Subiect of this Sinne, The Will, Wilfully.
The Obiect of this Sinne; the Euangelicall Truth.
The Circumstances, Beleefe in Christ, and knowledge of his Word going before, and yet Christ repudiated.
The first Circumstance; After wee haue receiued.
The Second Circumstance.
The Sequel or effect of this Sinne, viz. Destitution of remedy; In these wordes; There remaineth no more Sacrifice for Sinne.
How, or whither Sinne against the Holy Ghost is Irremissible.
THE HISTORIE FOL∣LOWING IS RELATED OVT OF THE EPISTLE OF THAT FA∣MOVS DOCTOR MATHEVV GRIBALDVS, Professour of the Lawes, in the Vniuersitie of Padua, who himselfe was a Spectator of this lamentable accident. 1548.