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Author: Some, Robert, 1542-1609.
Title: A godly treatise containing and deciding certaine questions, mooued of late in London and other places, touching the ministerie, sacraments, and Church. Whereunto one proposition more is added. After the ende of this booke you shall finde a defence of such points as M. Penry hath dealt against: and a confutation of many grosse errours broched in M. Penries last treatise. Written by Robert Some Doctor of Diuinitie.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A godly treatise containing and deciding certaine questions, mooued of late in London and other places, touching the ministerie, sacraments, and Church. Whereunto one proposition more is added. After the ende of this booke you shall finde a defence of such points as M. Penry hath dealt against: and a confutation of many grosse errours broched in M. Penries last treatise. Written by Robert Some Doctor of Diuinitie.
Some, Robert, 1542-1609., Penry, John, 1559-1593.

Imprinted at London: By G[eorge] B[ishop] deputie to Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1588.
Alternate titles: Godly treatise containing and deciding certaine questions, moved of late in London and other places, touching the ministerie, sacraments, and Church Godly treatise containing and deciding certaine questions, mooved of late in London and other places, touching the ministerie, sacraments, and Church.
Notes:
A reply to: Penry, John. An exhortation unto the governours and people of her Majesties countrie of Wales, to labour earnestly to have the preaching of the Gospell planted among them.
Printer's name from STC.
"A defence of such points in R. Somes last treatise, as M. Penry hath dealt against" has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. It reprints and replies to: Penry, John. A defence of that which hath bin written in the questions of the ignorant ministerie, and the communicating with them.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Some print faded; some pages stained.
Subject terms:
Penry, John, -- 1559-1593. -- Exhortation unto the governours and people of her Majesties countrie of Wales, to labour earnestly to have the preaching of the Gospell planted among them -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Penry, John, -- 1559-1593. -- Defence of that which hath bin written in the questions of the ignorant ministerie, and the communicating with them -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12592.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ To the Reader.
A Table of such points as are contei∣in this Treatise.
1. A GODLY PRINCE may and ought to compell his Subiects (if any refuse) to the exter∣nall Seruice of God.
2. A GODLY PRINCE MAY not suffer any religion but the true religion, either publikely or priuately in his Dominions.
3. ABLE TEACHERS OVGHT to be prouided (so much as can be) for the Chur∣ches.
4. THE TEACHERS OF Religion, must haue maintenance.
5. ALMIGHTIE GOD blesseth those kingdomes with peace, which promote and embrace his religion.
6. THE CHILDE OF GOD is not polluted, though hee bee pre∣sent at, and partaker of the publique prayers, Sacraments, &c. at such time, as wicked men are present at, and partakers of them.
7. THEY VVHICH VVERE baptized in the Popish Church by Popish Priestes, receiued true Baptisme, touching the substance of Baptisme.
8. THEY ARE THE SA∣craments of Baptisme and the holy Supper, which are deliuered in the Church of England, by vnpreaching ministers.
9. THE GODLY ARE not polluted which receiue the Sacrament at the handes of an vnpreaching Minister.
10 THE CHVRCH OF England is the visible Church of Christ.
title page
TO THE READER.
A TABLE OF SOME PRIN∣cipall particulers, conteined in this treatise.
A TABLE OF DIVERS grosse errours and Anabaptisticall fan∣cies, conteined in M. Penryes Treatise, &c.
CHAP. 1. A DEFENCE OF SVCH points in R. SOMES last trea∣tise, as M. Penry hath dealt against.
CHAP. 2. ALMIGHTIE GOD NEVER called any to the holy ministerie, either in the olde or newe Testament, but he furnished them with giftes fitte for that holy function.
CHAP. 3. ALMIGHTIE GOD NEVER called any to Magistracie, but hee furnished them accordingly.
CHAP. 4. THE READING OF THE holy Scripture doth edifie.
CHAP. 5. A DEFENCE OF THAT which hath bene written in the questions of the ignorant ministe∣rie and the communicating with them:
CHAP. 6.
CHAP. 7. THEY WHICH WERE baptized in the Popish Church by Popish Priestes, receiued true Baptisme, touching the substance of Baptisme.
CHAP. 8. THEY ARE THE SACRA∣ments of Baptisme and the holy Supper, which are deliuered in the Church of England, by vn∣preaching Ministers.
CHAP. 9. THE GODLY ARE NOT polluted which receiue the Sacrament at the hands of an vnpreaching Minister.
CHAP. 10. I. Penry. THE GODLY DOE SINNE, which doe communicate with vnpreaching ministers.
CHAP. 11. I. Penry. VNFITNES TO TEACH, made not a nullitie of the Leuiticall Priests office.
CHAP. 12. I. Penry. THE CORRVPT ALLOW∣ance of the Church cannot make our readers to be substantiall Ministers.
CHAP. 13. I. Penry. THERE BE THREE ESSEN∣tiall differences betweene an euill magistrate and a reading minister.
CHAP. 14. I. Penry. WHETHER THE GODLY doe sinne, which receiue the holy Sacrament at the hands of an vnpreaching Minister.
CHAP. 15. R. Some. IT IS LAWFVL TO ADMI∣nister the holy Supper in a priuate house, if some cautions be obserued.
CHAP. 16.
CHAP. 17.
CHAP. 18. THAT POPISH PRIESTS haue a calling, though a faultie one.
CHAP. 19.20. THEY WHICH ARE ONCE baptized, must not be baptized againe.
CHAP. 20. THERE IS TRVE BAP∣tisme in the Popish Church.
CHAP. 21 THERE HATH BENE AND may be true Baptisme out of the Church.
CHAP. 22. I. Penry. THAT NO POPISH Priest is a Minister.
CHAP. 24.
CHAP. 25. I. Penry. THE MINISTERIE OF OVR vnpreaching ministers, is not a preaching mi∣nisterie.
CHAP. 26. The regenerate are not able to fulfill the Lawe of God.