|Author:||Ursinus, Zacharias, 1534-1583.|
|Title:||The summe of Christian religion: deliuered by Zacharias Vrsinus in his lectures vpon the Catechism autorised by the noble Prince Frederick, throughout his dominions: wherein are debated and resolued the questions of whatsoeuer points of moment, which haue beene or are controuersed in diuinitie. Translated into English by Henrie Parrie, out of the last & best Latin editions, together with some supplie of wa[n]ts out of his discourses of diuinitie, and with correction of sundrie faults & imperfections, which ar [sic] as yet remaining in the best corrected Latine.|
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The summe of Christian religion: deliuered by Zacharias Vrsinus in his lectures vpon the Catechism autorised by the noble Prince Frederick, throughout his dominions: wherein are debated and resolued the questions of whatsoeuer points of moment, which haue beene or are controuersed in diuinitie. Translated into English by Henrie Parrie, out of the last & best Latin editions, together with some supplie of wa[n]ts out of his discourses of diuinitie, and with correction of sundrie faults & imperfections, which ar [sic] as yet remaining in the best corrected Latine.
Ursinus, Zacharias, 1534-1583., Parry, Henry, 1561-1616,
At Oxford: Printed by Ioseph Barnes, & are to be sold [by T. Cooke, London,] in Pauls Churchyard at the signe of the Tygres head, 1587.
|Alternate titles:||Doctrinæ Christianæ compendium. English Doctrinæ Christianæ compendium.|
A translation of: Doctrinæ Christianæ compendium.
Includes a translation of the Heidelberger Katechismus.
Bookseller's name from STC.
With four final contents leaves.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Some pages stained and tightly bound.
Heidelberger Katechismus -- Early works to 1800.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONORA∣BLE, HENRIE EARLE OF PEN∣BROOKE, LORD HARBERT OF CARDIFF, MARMION, AND S. QVINTINE, KNIGHT OF THE MOST NOBLE ORDER OF THE Garter, and Lord President of WALES, Grace and peace, with encrease of Honor.
TO THE CHRISTIAN REA∣DERS HENRY PARRIE WISHETH GRACE AND PEACE THROVGH IESV CHRIST OVR LORD.
A CATECHISM OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
1 What is thy onely comfort in life and death?
2 How many thinges are necessarie for thee to know, that thou enioying this comfort maist liue & die happilie?
There is a three-fold order, or there are three partes of the studie of diuinitie.
OF THE HOLY SCRIPTVRE.
OF THE FIRST QVESTION.
OF THE SECOND QVESTION.
The difference of this true doctrine from others.
The difference of this true Doctrine from Philosophie.
Certaine notes or markes, by which the Church is distingui∣shed from others.
OF THE THIRD QVESTION.
OF THE FOVRTH QVESTION.
OF THE TRVE COMFORT of the Godlie.
THE FIRST PART.
THE COMMON PLACE OF SINNE.
WHAT SINNE IS.
3. How manie kindes of sinne there are.
OF ORIGINAL SINNE.
The second diuision of Sinne.
The third Diuision of Sinne.
The fourth Diuision of sinne.
The fifth Diuision of sinne.
The workes of the regenerate and vnregenerate differ seuen maner of waies.
4. What are the causes of sinne.
5 What are the effects of sinne.
OF THE CREATION OF MAN.
THE QVESTIONS OF MANS CREATI∣ON ARE ESPECIALLIE TWO.
1 What, man was created of God.
2 For what, man was created.
OF THE IMAGE OF GOD IN MAN.
1 What the image of God in man is.
2 How far forth the image of god was lost, and how farre it remaineth.
3. How the Image of god is repaired in vs.
How the Image of God is in Christ, and how in vs.
OF THE FIRST SINNE.
1 What that first sinne of Adam and Eue was.
2 What were the causes of the first sinne.
3 What are the effects of the first sinne.
4 Why God permitted the first sinne.
1 Of the word, Liberty.
2 What is the liberty of will.
3 What is like or common, and what diuerse or different in the libertie of will, which is in god, in Angels, and man.
4 Whether there be anie libertie in vs, and what it is.
5 There are foure degrees of freewill.
OF EVILS OF PVNISHMENT.
1 How manie kindes there be of afflictions.
2 What are the causes of afflictions.
3. What are the comforts and consolations, which are to be opposed against afflictions.
THE SECOND PART.
OF THE FATHER.
OF THE SONNE.
OF THE HOLIE-GHOST.
OF THE SACRAMENTES.
OF THE LORDS SVPPER.
OF THE DELIVERIE OF MAN.
1 WHAT MANS DELIVE∣RIE IS.
2 Whether anie Deliuerie might be wrought after the fall.
3 Whether Deliuerie be necessa∣rie and certaine.
4 What manner of Deliuery this is.
5 By what meanes mans deliuerie may be wrought.
OF THE MEDIATOR.
1 What a Mediator is.
2 For what cause a Mediatour is necessarie.
3 What is the office of a Mediatour.
4 What manner of Mediator ours ought to bee.
5 Who is and may be that Mediatour.
6 That there is but one Mediatour.
OF THE COVENAVNT.
1 WHAT A COVENAVNT IS.
2 How a Couenaunt may be made betweene god and men.
3 Whether there be but one Couenaunt.
1 In what the old and new Couenaunt agree, and in what they differ.
OF THE GOSPEL.
1 WHAT THE GOSPEL IS.
2 Whether the gospel hath beene alwaies knowen.
3 How the Gospel differeth from the Law.
4 What are the proper effectes of the Gospell.
5 Whence the truth and certainty of the gospel maie appeare.
Question, 20. & 21. of Faith.
1 WHAT FAITH IS.
2 What are the kinds of faith.
4 How faith and hope differ and agree.
5 What are the causes of Faith.
6 What are the effects of faith.
7 Vnto whom faith is giuen.
Conclusions comprising the summe of the doctrine of Faith.
OF THE CREEDE, OR, SYMBOLE OF THE APOSTLES.
1 WHAT A SYMBOLE IS.
2 What are the parts of the Apostolicke Symbole or Creed.
THE FIRST PART OF THE CREEDE, OF GOD THE FATHER, CREATOR.
1 WHETHER THERE BE A GOD.
2 Who and what God is.
An explication of the description of God deliuered by the Church.
3 Whence it may appeare, that there is but one god.
4 What these words, Essence, Person, & Trinitie, betoken & signifie.
5 What difference betweene Essence and Person.
6 Whether these names are to be vsed in the Church.
7 How many persons there be of the Diuinity or God-head.
8 How the three persons of the godhead are distinguished.
9 Wherefore this doctrine is to be held and maintained in the Church.
1 WHETHER THE WORLD WERE CREATED OF GOD.
2 How God made the world.
3 For what cause god created the world.
1 WHAT GOOD ANGELS ARE.
Of euil spirits or Angels.
OF GODS PROVIDENCE.
1 WHETHER THERE BE ANY PRO∣VIDENCE OF GOD.
The reasons drawen from the workes or effects of God, for proofe of his prouidence.
Reasons drawen from the properties or nature of God.
2 WHAT THE PROVIDENCE OF GOD IS.
The first, of confusions and things disordered in nature.
The second sophisme, of the cause of sinne.
The third sophisme, of contradictory wils.
The fourth Sophisme, of Contingency and liberty or freenesse.
The fifth Sophisme, of the mutility or vnpro∣fitablenesse of meanes.
The sixth Sophisme, of the merit of good & euill.
3 Why the knowlege of this doctrine concerning Gods prouidence is necessary.
THE SECOND PART OF THE CREED, OF THE SONNE THE REDEEMER.
OF THE NAME IESVS.
1 WHAT THE NAME IESVS SIGNIFIETH.
2 From what euils he saueth vs.
3 How he saueth.
4 Whom he saueth.
I BELEEVE IN CHRIST.
1 WHAT CHRISTS VNCTION OR ANNOINTING IS.
2 WHAT IS CHRISTS PROPHETI∣CALL FVNCTION.
3 WHAT CHRISTS PRIESTHOOD IS.
WHAT IS CHRISTES KINGDOME.
OF THE COMMVNION OF THE FAITH∣FVL, OR CHRISTIANS, WITH CHRIST.
1 WHAT IS THE ANNOINTING OF CHRISTIANS.
2 WHAT IS THE PROPHETICALL FVNCTION OF CHRISTIANS, that is, in what sense they are, and are called Prophetes.
3 WHAT IS THE PRIESTHOODE OF CHRISTIANS.
4 WHAT IS THE KINGDOME OF CHRISTIANS.
I BELEEVE IN HIS ONELY SONNE.
1 HOW MANIE WAIES MEN ARE CALLED SONNES.
A TYPE OR FIGVRE OF THE SONNES OF GOD.
2 HOW CHRIST IS THE SONNE OF GOD.
3 Why Christ is called the onelie begotten and first begotten sonne of God.
4. WHETHER CHRIST BE THE SONNE COETERNAL WITH GOD THE FATHER: OR, OF CHRISTS DIVINITIE.
THE FIRST CONCLVSION. The sonne of God is a subsistent in the flesh borne of the Virgin, and before the flesh.
THE SECOND CONCLVSION. The sonne of God Christ, is a person reallie distinct from the Father and the holie Ghost.
THE THIRD CONCLVSION. The Word is equall with the Father.
THE FOVRTH CONCLVSION. The word is con-substantial with the Father.
Other Rules, whereby the obiections of the Arrians are dissolued.
The principal arguments against the Diuinity of the Sonne and the holy Ghost, together with the Aunswere vnto them.
I BELEEVE IN CHRIST OVR LORD.
1 IN WHAT SENSE HE IS CALLED LORD.
2 For what causes he is our Lord.
WHICH WAS CONCEIVED BY THE HOLY GHOST, BORNE OF THE virgin Mary.
THE COMMON PLACE OF THE TWO NATVRES IN CHRIST.
1 WHETHER THERE BE TWO NATVRES IN CHRIST OVR MEDIATOVR.
2 Whether Christ be one person, or mo.
3 What manner of Vnion this is of the two natures in Christ: and how made.
1. WHAT IS, TO BE VNITED IN NATVRE.
2 WHAT IS TO BE VNITED IN PERSON.
A rule to be obserued as touching the attributes or properties of both natures in Christ.
A rule to be obserued concerning the attributes or properties of the office of Christ Mediatour.
4 Why it was necessarie, that the two natures should bee vnited in the person or subsistence of the sonne of God.
OF CHRISTES HVMILIATION.
HE SVFFERED VNDER PONTIVS PILATE.
OF CHRISTES PASSION.
1 WHAT CHRIST SVFFERED.
2 According to which nature Christ suffered.
3 The causes impellent, or motiues of Christs Passion.
4 The final causes or ends of his Passion.
SVFFERED VNDER PONTIVS PILATE.
OF CHRISTS DEATH.
1 HOW CHRIST IS SAID TO HAVE BEENE DEAD.
2 Whether it was requisite and necessary that Christ should die.
3 The fruit of Christs death.
HE DESCENDED INTO HEL.
THE THIRD DAY HE ROSE AGAINE FROM THE DEAD.
1 WHETHER CHRIST ROSE AGAINE.
2 HOW CHRIST ROSE.
3 FOR WHAT CAVSE HE ROSE.
4 What are the fruites of Christes Resurrection.
HE ASCENDED INTO HEAVEN.
1 WHITHER CHRIST ASCENDED.
2 Howe Christ ascended into Heauen.
3 Wherefore christ ascended into Heauen.
4 What is the difference between christs Ascension & ours.
5 What are the fruits of christs ascension.
HE SITTETH AT THE RIGHT HAND OF GOD THE FATHER ALMIGHTY.
1 WHAT THE RIGHT HAND OF GOD SIGNIFIETH.
2 What it is to sit at Gods right hand.
3 Whether Christ did alwaies sit at the right hand of God.
4 What are the fruites of Christes sitting at the right hand of the Father.
FROM THENCE SHAL HE COME TO IVDGE THE QVICKE AND THE DEAD.
1 WHETHER THERE SHALL BEE ANIE IVDGEMENT.
2 What is the last iudgement.
3 Who shall be iudge.
4 Whence and whither Christ shall come.
5 How Christ shall come to iudgement.
6 Whom Christ shal iudge.
7 What shall bee the Sentence and exequution of iudgement.
8 For what causes that iudgement shal be.
9 When this iudgement shalbe.
10 Wherefore God would haue vs certaine of the last iudgement.
11 For what cause God would not haue vs certaine of the time of iudgement.
12 For what cause God differreth that iudgement.
13 Whether the last iudgement bee to be wished for.
THE THIRD PART OF THE CREED, Of the holy Ghost the sanctifier.
1 WHAT THE NAME SPIRIT, SIGNIFIETH.
2 Who and what the holy ghost is.
3 What is the office of the holie Ghost.
4 Of whom the holy Ghost is giuen, and wherefore.
5 Vnto whom the holy Ghost is giuen.
6 How the holy ghost is giuen and receiued.
7 How the holy ghost is reteined.
8 Whether and how the holy Ghost may be lost.
9 Wherefore the holy Ghost is necessarie.
10 How we may know that the holy Ghost dwelleth in vs.
OF THE CHVRCH.
1 WHAT THE CHVRCH IS.
2 How manie waies the church is taken.
3 What are the tokens or marks of the Church.
4 Why the Church is called holy and Catholicke.
5 In what the Church differeth from the common-weal.
6 Whence ariseth the difference of the Church from the rest of mankinde.
7 Whether anie one maie bee saued out of the Church.
1 WHETHER THERE BE PREDES∣TINATION.
2 What Predestination is.
3 What the causes of Predestination, or Electi∣on, and Reprobation.
4 Wha are the effects of Predestination.
5 Whether Predestinatin e vnchaungeable.
6 How far forth Predestination, or Election, and Repro∣bation is knowen vnto vs.
7 Whether the Elect be alwaies members of the Church, and the Reprobate neuer.
8 Whether the Elect may fall from the Church, and the Re∣probate abide alwaies in the Church.
9 What is the vse of this doctrine.
OF THE COMMVNION OF SAINTS.
OF REMISSION OF SINNES.
1 WHAT REMISSION OF SINNES IS.
2 Who giueth remission of sinnes.
3 For what remission of sins is granted.
4 Whether remission of sinnes agreeth with Gods iustice.
5. Whether remission of sinnes bee freelie giuen.
6 To whom remission of sinnes is giuen.
7. How remission of sinnes is giuen.
O THE RESVRRECTION OF THE FLESH.
1 WHAT THE RESVRRECTION IS.
2 The Errours concerning the Resurrection.
3 Whence it maie appeare that the Resurrection shall certainlie be.
4 For what end the Resurrection shall be.
5 By whom the Resurrection shall be.
6 How the Resurrection shall be.
7 When the Resurrection shall be.
8 What bodies shall rise.
9 Whether the soule be immortal.
OF EVERLASTING LIFE.
1 WHAT EVERLASTING LIFE IS.
2 Who giueth euerlasting life.
3 To whom euerlasting life is giuen.
4 For what cause euerlasting life is giuen.
5 When euerlasting life is giuen.
6 How euerlasting life is giuen vnto vs.
7 Whether we can be assured in this life of euerlasting life.
1 WHAT IVSTICE OR RIGHTEOVSNES IN GENERAL IS.
2 How manifold Justice is.
3 In what iustice differeth from iustification.
4 What is our iustice.
5 How Christes satisfaction is made our iustice and righteousnesse:
6 Why Christs satisfaction is made ours.
7 Why Christes satisfaction is made ours by faith onelie.
Obiections against this Doctrine of Iustification.
1 WHAT SACRAMENTS ARE.
2 What are the ends of Sacraments.
3 Jn what Sacraments differ from sacrifices.
4 Jn what sacramentes agree with the Word, and in what they differ from it.
5 How the sacramentes of the olde and new Testament agree, and how they differ.
6 What the sacramental vnion is.
7 In what the things differ from the signes.
8 What phrases and formes of speaking of the sacramentes are vsual vnto the Church and scripture.
9 What is the right and lawful vse of Sacraments.
10 What the wicked receiue in the vse and admi∣nistration of the Sacraments.
11 How manie sacraments there are of the new Testament.
Certaine Conclusions of the Sacraments, in generall.
The confirmation of such of the former conclu∣sions, as most require it.
WHAT BAPTISME IS.
2 What are the endes of Baptisme.
3 What is the sense and meaning of the words of the in∣stitution of Baptisme.
4 What are the formes and manners of speaking of baptisme.
5 Who are to be baptised.
Certaine obiections against the Baptisme of Jnfants refuted.
6 What is the right and lawfull vse of Baptisme.
7 In place whereof baptisme succeeded.
8 How baptisme agreeth with circumcision, and wherein it differeth from it.
CERTAINE CONCLVSIONS OF BAPTISME.
1 WHAT CIRCVMCISION IS.
2 What are the ends of circumcision.
3 Why circumcision is abolished.
4 Why Christ was circumcised.
OF THE LORDS SVPPER.
1 WHAT THE SVPPER OF THE LORD IS.
Now let vs come to define the Lords Supper.
2 What are the ends of the Lords supper.
3 What the supper differeth from Baptisme.
6 What is the sense or meaning of the words of the institution of our Lordes supper.
The first sort of Arguments, which are taken from the nature of the sacraments.
The second sort of arguments, which are deduced from the analogie of faith.
The third sort of argumentes, which are drawen from like places of scripture, where namelie the same thing is deliuered in words, whereof there is no con∣trouersie.
AGAINST THE TRANSVBSTANTI∣ATION OF THE PAPISTES.
A refutation of obiections framed to confirme consubstantiation.
5 What is the difference betweene the Lords supper, and the popish Masse.
6 What is the right and lawful vse of the supper.
7 What the wicked receiue in the Lords supper.
8 Who ought to approch and be admitted vnto the supper.
The second part of the former question is, Who ought to bee admitted vnto the Lords Supper.
CERTAINE CONCLVSIONS OF THE SVPPER.
THE APPENDIX OR ADDITION AD∣IOINING VNTO THE FORMER TREA∣tise of the Supper.
Certaine principal arguments of the Consubstantiaries against the syncere doctrine of the Lordes Supper, & the Sa∣cramentaries, as they cal them: together with a refutation of them.
Certaine arguments of the Consubstantiaries, whereby they goe about to ouerthrow our doctrine of the Lords Supper: together with the refuta∣tions of them.
The shifts of Consubstantiaries, whereby they go about to elude & shift off certaine of our obiections, not all: for mo are obiected against them.
Certaine reasons whereby is proued, That the bodie of Christ is not present either in, or vnder, or at the bread of the Lords Supper, neither is corporallie eaten Vnder, With, Jn, or At the Bread.
THE SECOND APPENDIX OR AD∣DITION. Arguments, whereby the opinion of Vbiquitaries is refelled, and the truth of sound doctrine confirmed.
THE FIRST ARGVMENT.
THE SECOND ARGVMENT.
THE THIRD ARGVMENT.
The generall points wherein the churches which professe the Gospell, agree or disagree in the controuersie concer∣ning the Lordes Supper. They agree in these points.
They disagree in these pointes.
OF THE KEIES OF THE KINGDOME OF HEAVEN, AND OF EXCOM∣MVNICATION.
1 WHAT THE POWER OF THE KEIES GIVEN VNTO THE CHVRCH IS.
2 Vnto whom the power of the keies is committed.
3 Why the power of the keies is necessarie.
4 How the power of the keies differeth from the ciuil power.
5 What order is to bee obserued in exercising the power of the keies.
Certaine argumentes assoiled, whereby some haue endeuou∣red to abolish excommunication.
Against the Examples.
THE THIRD PART OF MANS THANKFVLNES.
1. WHAT CONVERSION IS.
2 In what the conuersion of the godly differeth from the repentaunce of the wicked.
3 What are the parts of Conuersion.
4 What are the causes of conuersion.
5 What are the effectes of conuersion.
1 WHAT GOOD-WORKES ARE.
2 How good workes may bee doone.
3 Whether the workes of the Saintes be perfectly good.
4 How our workes, though not perfectlie good, please God.
5 Why we are to doe good works.
6 Whether good woorkes merit any thing before God.
OF THE LAW OF GOD, OR, OF THE DECALOG AND TEN COMMAN∣DEMENTES.
1 What the Law is in general.
2 What are the partes of the Law.
3 What the vse of the Lawe is.
4 Jn what the Law differeth from the Gospel.
5 How far the Law is abrogated.
6 How the Decalogue is diuided.
7 What is the substance or meaning of the Decalogue, & of euery commandement thereof.
CERTAINE CONCLVSIONS OF THE DECALOGVE.
THE FIRST COMMANDEMENT.
The vices, which are opposite or contrary to the vertues of this first commaundement.
THE SECOND COMMANDEMENT.
The first part of the second commandement, where is intreated of Images.
1 HOW FARRE IMAGES MAYBE ALLOWED TO BE MADE.
2 Why Images are to be abolished in the Churches of Christians.
3 Howe images are to be abolished.
Certaine obiections of the Papists.
THE SECOND PART OF THE SE∣COND COMMANDEMENT.
THE THIRD COMMAVNDEMENT.
1 WHAT AN OATH IS.
2 By whom we must swear.
3 Of what thinges we are to sweare.
4 Whether all oathes are to be kept.
3 Whether a Christian maie take a right and lawful oath.
The obiections of the Papists which vse inuocation and praier, vnto the Saints departed.
THE FOVRTH COMMANDEMENT.
OF THE SABBOTH. The chiefe Questions.
1 HOW MANIFOLD THE SABBOTH IS.
2 The causes for which the sabboth daie was instituted.
3 How the sabboth is sanctified or kept holy.
6 How the sabboth is broken or prophaned.
5 How the sabboth belongeth vnto vs.
Obiections against the abrogating of the ceremo∣nial sabboth.
1 WHAT CEREMONIES ARE.
2 How the ceremoniall Lawes differ from the Morall.
3 How manie sorts of Ceremonies there are.
4 Whether the church may ordaine ceremonies.
OF THE MINISTERIE. The chiefe Questions.
1 WHAT THE MINISTERY IS.
2 What are the degrees of Ministers.
3 For what end and purpose the ministerie was instituted.
4 Vnto whom the ministerie is to be committed.
5 What are the duties and functions of Ministers.
THE FIFT COMMANDEMENT.
The proper or peculiar vertues of this fift commandement.
The vices contrarie to the peculiar and proper vertues of this fift commaundement.
The common vertues of this fift commandement.
The vices contrary to these common vertues of this fift commaundement.
THE SIXT COMMANDEMENT.
The vertues of this sixt commaundement.
The vertues not hurting the safetie of men.
The vertues helping and furthering mens safety.
The vices contrarie to the vertues of this sixt com∣maundement.
THE SEVENTH COMMANDEMENT.
1 WHAT MARRIAGE IS.
2 What are the causes of marriage.
3 Whether marriage be a thing indifferent.
4 What are the duties of married persons.
5 What thinges are contrarie to matrimonie.
THE EIGHT COMMAVNDEMENT.
The vertues of this eight commaundement, together with their extremes or contrarie vices.
Certaine obiections against the former distinction of Rightes and Possessions.
THE NINTH COMMANDEMENT.
The vertues of this ninth commaundement, together with their vices.
THE TENTH COMMANDEMENT.
1 How the Law is possible.
2 What is the vse of the Law.
1 WHAT PRAIER IS, AND HOW MANY SORTS OF PRAIER THERE ARE.
2 Why Praier is necessarie.
3 What is required to true praier.
4 What is the forme of praier by Christ prescribed.
THE FIRST PETITION.
THE SECOND PETITION.
1 What the kingdome of god is.
2 Howe manifold the kingdome of God is.
3 Who is king in gods kingdome.
4 Who are the Citizens or Subiects of gods kingdome.
5 What are the Lawes of this kingdome.
6 What benefites are bestowed on the subiectes of this kingdome.
7 Who are the enemies and foes of this kingdome.
8 Jn what place this kingdome is administred.
9 What is the time of the durance and conti∣nuaunce of this kingdome.
10 How this kingdome commeth.
11 Why we are to desire that the kingdome of god come.
THE THIRD PETITION.
1 What wee heere desire.
2 Wherefore we desire, that gods will be done.
3 Of whom Gods will is done in Heauen.
THE FOVRTH PETITION.
1 Why we are to desire corporal blessings.
2 How corporall blessings are to be desired.
3 Why Christ comprised corporal blessings vnder the name of Bread.
4 Wherefore Christ calleth it our Bread.
5 Wherefore Christ calleth it Daylie Bread.
6 Why Christ addeth, This day,
7 Whether it be lawfull to desire riches.
8 Whether it be lawfull to put vp anie thing for heereafter.
THE FIFT PETITION.
1 WHAT CHRIST HERE CALLETH DEBTS.
2 What is remission of sinnes.
3 Why we are to desire remission of sinnes.
4 How our sinnes are remitted vnto vs.
THE SIXT PETITION.
1 What temptation is.
2 What is, To lead into temptation.
3 What is, To deliuer vs from euill.
4 Why this petition is necessarie.
THE CONCLVSION OR LAST CLAVSE OF THE LORDS PRAIER. For thine is the kingdome, the power and the glorie, for euer and euer, AMEN.
¶ A TABLE OF THE COMMON PLACES, AND PRINCIPALL QVE∣STIONS, HANDLED IN THIS SVMME OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
Of the holy Scriptures.
Of the true comfort of the Godly.
THE FIRST PART, OF THE MISERY OF MAN.
Of Orginall sinne.
Of the creation of man.
Of the image of God in man.
Of the first sinne.
Of euils of punishment.
THE SECOND PART OF MANS DELIVERY.
Of the Mediatour.
Of the couenant.
Of the Gospel.
Of the Creede or Symbole of the Apostles.
The first part of the Creede, of God the Father, Creatour.
Of Gods prouidence.
The second part of the Creed, of God the redeemer.
Of the communion of the faithful with Christ.
Of Christ the Sonne of God.
Of Christs Diuinitie.
Of Christ our Lord.
The common place of the two na∣tures in Christ.
Of Christs humiliation, that is, of his Passion.
Of Christs death.
Of Christs glorification, that is, of his Resurrection.
Of Christs Ascension into heauen.
Of Christs sitting at the right hand of GOD.
Of Christs comming to iudgement.
The third part of the Creede, of the Holie Ghost the sanctifier.
Of the Church.
Of the remission of sinnes.
Of the Resurrection of the flesh.
Of euerlasting life.
Of the Lords Supper.
Of the power of the keies of the king∣dome of Heauen, and of Excom∣munication.
THE THIRD PART, OF MANS THANKFVLNES.
Of the Lawe of God, or, Of the Decalog.
Of an oath or swearing.
Of the Sabboth.
Of the Ministerie.