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Author: Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575.
Title: The hope of the faithfull. Declaring breefely and clearly the resurrection of our Lord Iesus Christ past, and of oure true essentiall bodies to come: and plainly confuting the cheefe errors, that hath sprong thereof, out the Scripture and doctors. VVith an euident probation, that there is an eternall life of the faithfull, and an euerlasting damnation of the vnfaithfull. Nevvly imprinted and corrected. 1574.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The hope of the faithfull. Declaring breefely and clearly the resurrection of our Lord Iesus Christ past, and of oure true essentiall bodies to come: and plainly confuting the cheefe errors, that hath sprong thereof, out the Scripture and doctors. VVith an euident probation, that there is an eternall life of the faithfull, and an euerlasting damnation of the vnfaithfull. Nevvly imprinted and corrected. 1574.
Bullinger, Heinrich, 1504-1575., Coverdale, Miles, 1488-1568,, Werdmüller, Otto, 1511-1552,

[Printed at London: In Crede Lane, by Hugh Singleton, at the signe of the Golden Tunne, Anno. 1574]
Alternate titles: In sacrosanctum Jesu Christi Domini nostri Evangelium secundum Matthaeum commentariorum libri XII. English. Selections In sacrosanctum Jesu Christi Domini nostri Evangelium secundum Matthaeum commentariorum libri XII.
Notes:
A translation by Miles Coverdale of selections from a German version of: Bullinger, Heinrich. In sacrosanctum Jesu Christi Domini nostri Evangelium secundum Matthaeum commentariorum libri XII.
Wrongly attributed to Otto Werdmüller.
Imprint from colophon.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Matthew -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
Future life -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14943.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Christian READER, GRACE and peace.
¶The firste parte of THIS BOKE, INTITLED THE HOPE OF THE FAITHFVL, vvhich entreateth of the Re∣surrection and Ascension of Christe, vvith the frute and commoditye therof.
THE FIRT CHAPTER. ¶The Contents of this boke, and the Authors purpose.
CHAP. 2. That the Lord verely arose vvith his body.
CHAP. 3. Appearings of the body raised vp.
CHAP. 4. The body of Christ rose again, not a spirite but a true body.
CHAP. 5. The frute of the Resurrection of Christe.
CHAP. 6. Of the true Ascension of the Lordes body, that arose a bodye and no Spirite, and of his place vvhether hee vvent to be in.
CHAP. 7. The diuers significations of this vvord, Heauen, as it is vsed in scripture.
CHAP. 8. VVhat Gods right hand is, and to vvhom it is referred.
CHAP. 9. VVhat it is to sit at the right hand of God, hovve Christ sitteth the and vvhat he dothe.
CHAP. 10. That Christ sitteth at the right hand of God by his humanity, but circum¦scribed in place, and is not euery vvhere.
CHAP. 11. An other signification of sit∣ting at the right hand of God, by vvhich maner of sitting Christe is euery vvhere, sitting there in such sorte after his God∣heade.
CHAP. 12. The frute and commoditye the corporall ascension of Christ, both that he doth novv for vs, and in that w learne by it.
The second part, ENTREATING OF our bodies.
CHAP. 13. Of the true Resurrection of oure Fleshe.
CHAP. 14. Our flesh, or body it self, shal rise againe, though it be hard to beleue, and vvhat the flesh or body is.
CHAP. 15. The maner hovve the bodies shall rise againe, and the kinde that they shall be of.
CHAP. 16. That Paule spake rightly of a glorified body, and vvhat a glorified bo∣dy is, and vvhat a naturall.
CHAP. 17. The case of oure members in the bodies resurrection, & of their functiōs.
CHAP. 18. The diuers errors that sprong about the article of the bodies resurrection.
CHAP. 19. The errors of Origen concer∣ning the resurrection, confuted by Hie∣rome.
CHAP. 20. S. Hieromes opinion of the resurrection of the flesh.
CHAP. 21. S. Augustines minde of the Resurrection of the fleshe.
CHAP. 22. VVhat Aurelius Prudencius thought of the same.
CHAP. 23. The bodies of vnbeleeuers shall verely rise againe.
¶The thirde parte TOVCHING THE damneds perdition and the blesseds saluation.
CHAP. 24. The deathe and damnation of the vngodly.
CHAP. 25. That ther is an eternal death and damnation, and that the soule is pas∣sible.
CHAP. 26. The bodies of the vnbeleuers, being raised, are passible.
CHAP. 27. The paines of Hell, and the matter for the continuance of the tor∣mentes, vvith the space of the place, and kindes of punishments.
CHAP. 28. The Refutation of them, that denied the punishment of the vngodly to be eternall.
CHAP. 29. Of eternal life and saluation, and that there is an eternall life.
CHAP. 30. VVhere the place of the faith∣full is.
CHAP. 31. Hovve the saluation shall be.
CHAP. 32. The soules departed, vvotte not vvhat they do that are aliue, thereby any thing to be disquieted.
CHAP. 33. The faithfull shall knovv one an other in heauen.
A TABLE of the Chapters con∣TEINED IN THIS Booke, and heere folovveth the chapters of the first part.
part 1
The second part.
The third part.
colophon