|Author:||Véron, John, d. 1563.|
|Title:||A fruteful treatise of predestination, and of the deuyne prouidence of god as far forth as the holy scriptures and word of god shal lead vs, and an answer made to all the vain and blasphemous obiections that the epicures and Anabaptistes of our time canne make. Set forth dialoge wise, by Ihon Veron.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A fruteful treatise of predestination, and of the deuyne prouidence of god as far forth as the holy scriptures and word of god shal lead vs, and an answer made to all the vain and blasphemous obiections that the epicures and Anabaptistes of our time canne make. Set forth dialoge wise, by Ihon Veron.
Véron, John, d. 1563.
[Imprynted at London: By Ihon Tisdale dwelling in knighte Riders streate, neare to the Quenes Wardroppe, ]
|Alternate titles:||A fruteful treatise of predestination, and of the devyne providence of god. Fruteful treatise of predestination, and of the devyne providence of god.|
Printer's name and address from colophon; publication date from STC.
Signatures: [par.] A-O P4.
The last leaf is blank.
Variant: with *4 containing "To the readers" and "Argument", more often found with STC 24681.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Beginning-C4 from the Bodleian Library copy spliced at end.
Predestination -- Early works to 1800.
Providence and government of God -- Early works to 1800.
To the most Godlye, vertuous, and mighty Princesse Elizabeth, by the grace of God, Quene of England, Fraunce and Irelande, defendor of the faith, and supreme gouernor of this realme, aswell in causes Ecclesiastical as temporal, her humble subiect Ihon Veron, wy∣sheth grace, long life, and en∣crease of honour from God the father, through hys sonne Iesu Christe our Lord.
¶A frutefull treatise of predestination, and of the deuine prouidence of God, as farre fourth as the holy scrip∣tures and word of God shall lead vs, and an answere made to all the vaine and blasphemous obiections that the Epicures and Anabaptistes of our time can make. ¶Set forth Dialoge wise, by Ihon Veron.
¶The names of the spea∣kers.
¶Certaine arguments againste them, that go aboute to shake the certainty of our electi∣on, which we haue in Iesu Christ, afore the foundacions of the worlde were laide.
Augusti. de correptione et gratia.
¶Other certaine argu∣mentes whereby it is proued that the reprobate can not be saued.
August. de predestinati. sancto∣rum. li. Capi. viii.
¶August. ad Sixtum Rho. pres∣bilcrum Episto. Cv.