|Author:||Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571.|
|Title:||A verie familiare [and] fruiteful exposition of the .xii. articles of the christian faieth conteined in the co[m]mune crede, called the Apostles Crede made in dialoges, wherein thou maiste learne al thinges necessarie to be beleued. Compiled bi Peter viret a frenche man [and] translated in to englishe.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A verie familiare [and] fruiteful exposition of the .xii. articles of the christian faieth conteined in the co[m]mune crede, called the Apostles Crede made in dialoges, wherein thou maiste learne al thinges necessarie to be beleued. Compiled bi Peter viret a frenche man [and] translated in to englishe.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571.
[Imprinted at London: By [S. Mierdman for] Iohn Day and Wyllyam Seres, dwellynge in Sepulchres Parish at the signe of the Resurrection a litle aboue Holbourne Conduite, [1548?]]
|Alternate titles:||Exposition familiere sur le Symbole des Apostres. English Exposition familiere sur le Symbole des Apostres. Exposition upon the crede of the Apostles. Exposition vpon the crede of the Apostles.|
A translation of: Exposition familiere sur le Symbole des Apostres.
Ostensible printer's names and address from colophon; actual printer's name and conjectured publication date from STC.
Signatures: A-O P4.
Running title reads: An exposition vpo[n] the crede of the Apostles.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Apostles' Creed -- Early works to 1800.
Peter Viret vnto the faithful rea¦der grace and peace frome oure Lord Iesus Christe.
¶ In this fyrst dialoge is shewed how the Soueraigne goodnes & felicitie of mā lieth in the knowledge of God, & in the Iustificatiō by ye faith in Iesu christ.
❧ In thys seconde dialoge is declared the fyrste parte of the Crede of the A∣postles, in the whyche is spoken of the trinitie, and vnitie of God, and prynci∣pallye of the father, and of the proprietie vnto hym distributed, and of the crea∣tion of all thynges, and what fruite we oughte to beare.
¶ Thys thyrde dyaloge and the other nexte followynge conteyne the seconde parte of the crede which is of the sonne of God, in whyche shall be spoken of hys diuinitie, and of hys humanitie, of hys Incarnation, and of the misterie of the redemption of mankinde, and shew¦eth howe we ought to considre & vnder∣stād the historie of our Lord Iesu Christ & to applye it vnto oure profite,
In thys nexte dialoge shall be set forth the historie of Iesus Christe, from the tyme of hys conception, vnto hys ascen¦tion, and shal entreate of the misterie of hys Incarnation, and of oure redemp∣tion.
In thys dialoge shalbe shewed the ma∣ner howe we muste haue in contempla∣tion, the historie of Iesus Christe, and howe manye wayes wee maye vse it to oure profit.
❧ In thys dialogue shall be spoken of the second comminge of Iesus Christe of the nature of hys gloriouse bodye & of hys laste iudgmente?
❧ In these. ii. laste diologes is opened the other parte of the crede, the which do concerne the holy Goste and the church wherein is declared that whyche apper∣tayneth to the one and the other and is shewed what is the true churche of Ie∣su Christ what is hyr polesie, & ministra¦tion, & what goodes she receiued of him.
❧ In this laste dialogue shall be spo∣kē of the remissiō of synnes, of the keyes of the kyngedome of heauen, of the re∣surrection and immortall lyfe.
Imprinted at London by Iohn Day and Wyllyam Sees, dwel∣lynge in Sepulchres Parish at the signe of the Resur∣rection a litle aboue Hol∣bourne Londuite.