|Author:||Ochino, Bernardino, 1487-1564.|
|Title:||Sermons of the ryght famous a[n]d excellent clerke Master Bernardine Ochine, borne within the famous vniversyte of Siena in Italy, nowe also an exyle in this life, for the faythfull testimony of Jesus Christ.|
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Sermons of the ryght famous a[n]d excellent clerke Master Bernardine Ochine, borne within the famous vniversyte of Siena in Italy, nowe also an exyle in this life, for the faythfull testimony of Jesus Christ.
Ochino, Bernardino, 1487-1564., Argentine, Richard, d. 1568,
Imprinted at Ippeswych: By Anthony Scoloker. Dwellyng in. S. Nycholas Parryshe, Anno. 1548.
At foot of title page: Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.
Six sermons, translated by Richard Argentine.
Signatures: A4 a(-a1) b-c d4.
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library.
Sermons -- 16th century.
Vnto The ryght Honourable LORDE Edward / Duke of Somerset mooste deare vncle vnto the Kinges Maiesté / ād Gouuernour of hys Royall Parson / and of his Realmes / Dominiōs ād subiectes Protectour. Hys graces mooste humble Seruaunt Rychard Argentyne wissheth the increa∣se of honour and grace.
Anthony Scoloker vnto the Reader.
Sermōs of Master Bernar∣dyne Othyne / borne wythin the famous vniversite of Siena in Italy / nowe aso an exle in this lyfe / for the faithfull testimony of Iesus Christ.
Sermo i. Vhat thinge God is.
Section. ij. Howe to knowe God by hys creatures.
Sermon. iij. If Phylosophie serue to true Theologie or diuinite / and in what maner.
Sermon. iiij. Howe we ought to vse the holy scriptu∣res / in attaining the knowledge of God.
Sermon. v. Of thinconueniences that are happened and dayly happē by the abuse of the holy Scryptures.
Sermon. vj. If to bee good diuines it behoue vs to ha∣ue the humaine sciences or not.