|Title:||Actes of conference in religion, holden at Paris, betweene two papist doctours of Sorbone, and two godlie ministers of the Church. Dravven out of French into English, by Geffraie Fenton.|
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Actes of conference in religion, holden at Paris, betweene two papist doctours of Sorbone, and two godlie ministers of the Church. Dravven out of French into English, by Geffraie Fenton.
Fenton, Geoffrey, 1539?-1608,, Vigor, Simon, d. 1575., Sainctes, Claude de, 1525-1591., Du Rosier, Hugues Sureau., L'Espine, Jean de, ca. 1506-1597.
Imprinted at London: By H. Bynneman, for VVilliam Norton and Humfrie Toye, 
|Alternate titles:||Disputations of religion.|
Actes de la dispute & conference tenue áa Paris. English.
Publication date from STC. The dedication is dated 4 July 1571.
Two papist doctours of Sorbone = Simon Vigor and Claude de Sainctes--STC.
Two godlie ministers of the church = Hugues Sureau du Rosier and Jean de L'Espine--STC.
Running title reads: Disputations of religion.
Formerly STC 10790.
Identified as STC 10790 on UMI microfilm.
Imperfect; leaf 69 torn affecting text.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Protestantism -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
Disputations, Religious -- France -- Early works to 1800.
¶TO THE RIGHT VER∣tuouse Lady, the Lady Hobbie, Geffrey Fenton vvisheth long life in Gods holy feare.
A Preface conteyning the occasions of the Conference.
¶The first disputation of Tuesday, the ninth of Iuly. 1566.
The second day of disputation, being VVednesday the tenth of Iuly.
The thirde day of disputation, being Thursdaye the tenth of Iuly.
The fourth day of disputation, being Friday the tvvelfth of Julie.
Resolution of the Doctoures.
Resolution of the Ministers.
The fifthe day of disputation, being the fiuetenth of Iuly, and Munday.
The sixth day of disputation, being Tewsday the sixtenth of Julie.
The Aunswere of the Ministers to the Doctoures Obiections, giuen vppon Tuesday the sixtienth of Julie.
The Replie or Obiection of the Doctoures, against the Aunsvvere of the Mini∣sters, touching the Article of Gods omnipo∣tencie: being on Saterday the xx. of Julie.
The Aunswere of the Ministers to the writing of the Doctours sente to them by the Duke de Neuers xxij. of Iuly aboute fiue of the clocke in the Euening. 1566.
The Replie of the Doctors to the vvriting of the Ministers, sent vnto them by the Duke of Neuers, the .25 of Julie 1566. about .8. of the clocke in the Euening.
The Resolution of the Doctoures touching the Article of Gods omnipotencie, as for the regarde of the foure Que∣stions proponed by them to the Ministers, the same seruing to the vnderstanding of the Reall presence of the Bodie and Bloud of Iesus Christe in the holy Sacrament.
Articles proponed by the Doctors, for the next conference and others folowing according to the order of the said Articles.
The Aunswere of the Ministers to the vvryting of the Doctors, sent to them by the Duke of Nyuernois the .28. of Ju∣lie .1566. about .7. of the clocke in the Euening.
A shorte resolution of al the discourse and aunsweres whiche the Ministers haue made vppon the matter of Goddes Omnipotencie, in the conference which they haue had with the Doctoures.
An Answere to the Preface of the Do∣ctoures Questions.
An Answere to the questions proponed by the Do∣ctoures touching the Supper.
A summary Replie of the Do∣ctours against the laste Aunswere of the Mi∣nisters, sente to them by the Duke Ny∣uernois the firste of Auguste at se∣uen or eight of the clocke in the Euening. 1566.
A short aduertisement of the Doctors vpon the reso∣lution of the Ministers touching the omni∣potencie of God.
The Doctors obiection touching the Supper against the Aunswer of the Ministers.
An Answere of the Ministers, to the vvryting of the Doctours, sent vnto them by the Duke of Nyuernois, the Wedensday morning, the seuenth of August. 1566.
A conclusion and resolution of the pointes aswell of the supper, as of the Masse, contayning that which the Ministers beleue and teach therof in their churches by the woord of God.
An Answer to the last Obiections proponed by the Doctoures touching the Supper.