|Author:||Prime, John, 1550-1596.|
|Title:||A fruitefull and briefe discourse in two bookes: the one of nature, the other of grace with conuenient aunswer to the enemies of grace, vpon incident occasions offered by the late Rhemish notes in their new translation of the new Testament, & others. Made by Iohn Prime fellow of New Colledge in Oxford.|
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A fruitefull and briefe discourse in two bookes: the one of nature, the other of grace with conuenient aunswer to the enemies of grace, vpon incident occasions offered by the late Rhemish notes in their new translation of the new Testament, & others. Made by Iohn Prime fellow of New Colledge in Oxford.
Prime, John, 1550-1596.
Imprinted at London: By Thomas Vautrollier for George Bishop, 1583.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Grace (Theology) -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE S. FRAVN∣CIS WALSINGHAM KNIGHT, chiefe Secretarie to her Maiesty, Chan∣cellor of the order, & one of her highnesse priuye Counsell, all grace and peace in Christ Iesus.
table of contents
A SHORTE DIS∣COVRSE OF NATVRE, AND GRACE, AND FIRST OF NATVRE CORRVPTED.
The blindnesse of mans vnderstanding.
The peruersnes & frowardnes of mans will.
Concupiscens is verie sinne in whom soeuer.
The whole question of free will hande∣led at large.
OF THE FREE GRACE OF GOD. LIBER. II.
Against curiositie in the search of vn∣searchable misteries.
Of Election, Vocation, and Reprobation.
Of iustification, the fullnesse and freenes ther∣of, and the comfort that cometh therby.
Of the righteousnesse of Christ imputed vnto, and not inherent in a Chri∣stian man.
Of the regenerate mans imperfection, yet re∣maining, and of an impossibilitie of the ex∣act keeping of the law.
How onely faith doth iustifie and saue.
Of the certaintie of grace and saluation by faith & hope in euerie particular man.
Of sanctification in this life and the meanes of direction therein,
Of Glorification in the life to come, and of so∣briety in certaine questions that are moued therein.