|Author:||Ochino, Bernardino, 1487-1564.|
|Title:||Fouretene sermons of Barnardine Ochyne, concernyng the predestinacion and eleccion of god: very expediente to the settynge forth of hys glorye among hys creatures. Translated out of Italian in to oure natyve younge by A.C.|
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Fouretene sermons of Barnardine Ochyne, concernyng the predestinacion and eleccion of god: very expediente to the settynge forth of hys glorye among hys creatures. Translated out of Italian in to oure natyve younge by A.C.
Ochino, Bernardino, 1487-1564., Bacon, Anne Cooke, 1528?-1610,
[Imprinted at London: By John Day dwellynge ouer Aldersgate, [and] Wylliam Seres, dwellyng in Peter Colledge. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum, [1551?]]
Translated by Lady Anne Bacon.
Publication date conjectured by STC.
With a final colophon leaf.
Signatures: A-H (H8 blank).
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Predestination -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 16th century.
The titles of the Chaptres,
☞To the Christen. Reader.
¶To the right worshypful and worthyly beloued Mother, the Lady. F. hyr humble Daughter wysheth encrease of spirituall knowledge, with ful frui∣cion of the fruites thereof.
¶Whether Predestina∣cion oughte to be wrytten, spo∣ken, or thought: the fyrste Sermon.
¶Howe excellent oure eleccion is, the seconde Sermon.
¶If wee maie knowe in this present lyfe, whether we be in the grace of God, & one of his electe or not, and in what ma∣ner the thyrd Sermon.
¶Vvhether it be good or euel to beleue that we are electe: the fourthe Sermon.
¶ Vvhether it be necessa¦rye to saluacion to beleue that we are elected or not: the fyft Sermon
¶ If it be good to seeke to know wherfore God hath some electe and some reprobate: the syxt Sermon.
¶ Of the diuerse effectes that it worketh in man to beleue that one eleccion is al in the handes of God, and that of him only it depē¦deth: the seuenth Sermon.
Howe it ought to be an¦swered to thē yt lamente that God hath created them foreseyng theyr dampnaciō: the eight Sermō.
¶ Wherfore God hathe elected vs: the nynthe Sermon.
Whether the electe cā be damned or not: the .x. Sermon
Whether God do agra∣uate, harden and blynd the hertes of men or not, and in what maner: the eleuenth Sermon.
¶ Howe God dothe dispose his grace: the twelfe Sermon.
¶ If man haue libertie or not and in what maner: the .xiii. Sermō.
¶Of the effectes wrought bi the spirite of god when it entreche in to the soule: the .xiiii. Sermon