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Author: Heskyns, Thomas.
Title: The parliament of Chryste auouching and declaring the enacted and receaued trueth of the presence of his bodie and bloode in the blessed Sacrament, and of other articles concerning the same, impugned in a wicked sermon by M. Iuell, collected and seth-furth by Thomas Heskyns Doctour of dyuinitie. Wherein the reader shall fynde all the scripturs co[m]monlie alleaged oute of the newe Testament, touching the B. Sacrament, and some of the olde Testament, plainlie and truely expownded by a nombre of holie learned fathers and doctors.
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Print source: The parliament of Chryste auouching and declaring the enacted and receaued trueth of the presence of his bodie and bloode in the blessed Sacrament, and of other articles concerning the same, impugned in a wicked sermon by M. Iuell, collected and seth-furth by Thomas Heskyns Doctour of dyuinitie. Wherein the reader shall fynde all the scripturs co[m]monlie alleaged oute of the newe Testament, touching the B. Sacrament, and some of the olde Testament, plainlie and truely expownded by a nombre of holie learned fathers and doctors.
Heskyns, Thomas.

Imprinted in Antvverpe: At the golden Angell, by VVilliam Silvius prynter to the Kynges Maiestie, M.D.LXVI. [1566]
Notes:
The sermon by John Jewel appears in part 2 of his: The true copies of the letters betwene the reverend father in God John Bisshop of Sarum and D. Cole.
At foot of title: VVith priuilege.
Cf. Folger catalogue, which gives signatures: [par.]Ûp6Ûs AÛp4Ûs B-3YÛp6Ûs (.:.).
Identified as STC 13842 on UMI microfilm reel 1522.
Reproductions of the originals in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery and the Bodleian Library.
Appears at reel 323 (Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery copy) and at reel 1522 (Bodleian Library copy).
Subject terms:
Jewel, John, -- 1522-1571. -- True copies of the letters betwene the reverend father in God John Bisshop of Sarum and D. Cole -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Controversial literature -- Catholic authors -- Early works to 1800.
Lord's Supper -- Real presence -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A68172.0001.001

Contents
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THE NAMES OF SOCHE AVTHOVRS AS BE ALLEAGED IN THIS BOOKE OF THE PARLIA∣ment of Chryste, placed as yt vvere in tvvo houses, that ys to vvitte, soche as vvere before a thousand years or verie neer, in the higher house, soche as vvere since, in the lovver house.
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Priuilegium.
TO M. IO. IVELL THOMAS HESKINS VVISHETH GRACE AND RESTITV∣cion of faith.
THE PROLOGVE TO THE GENTLE READER.
THE FIRSTE BOOKE.
THE FIRST CHAPITER VPON OCCASION THAT THIS ADVERSARIE, THIS PROCLAMER, AND CHALEN∣ger wolde haue the scriptures red of all men (presupposing the same to be easie to be vnderstanded) entreth, as by preamble, to treact of the diffi∣cultie of the scriptures, and to prooue that they aught not of all men to be red, without an hable interpretour or teacher.
THE SECVNDE CHAPITER TO PROVE THAT THE SCRIPTVRES BE NOT EASIE, RECITETH CER∣tain hard and obscure places of the olde testament.
THE THIRDE CHAPITER TO DECLARE the newe Testament not to be easie to be vnderstanded bringeth diuerse obscure places of the same.
THE FOVRTH CHAPITER CON∣taineth certain harde places of the Epistles.
THE FIFT CHAPITRE DECLARING THE MIN∣des and Iudgementes of the Fathers and doctours vpon the dif∣ficultie of the Scriptures.
THE SYXTE CHAPITER DECLARING HOWE the people shall come to the vnderstanding of the scriptures.
THE SEVENTH CHAPITER DECLARING THE same by examples of the Fathers and autorities of the Doctours of the Churche.
THE EIGHT CHAPITER EXHORTETH MEN to heare, or to read the expositions of the scriptures, and not to praesume vpon their owne vnderstanding.
THE NINGHT CHAPITER DECLARING that oure redemption was prenunciated by promisses, figures, and prophecies, and what the promisses be, and to whome they were made.
THE TENTH CHAPITER TOVCHETH THE FI∣gures of Christes Incarnation, passion, Resurrection, and Ascension.
THE ELEVENTH CHAPITER DECLARETH by the Prophetes of what line Messias shoulde come, with his conception, birth, passion, and deathe.
THE TVVELVETH CHAPITER BRIEFLIE TOV∣cheth a prophecie or two of Christs Resurrection and Ascension.
THE THIRTENE CHAPITER HOW THAT MELCHI¦sedech was a figure of Christe bothe in preisthood, and sacrifice.
THE FOVRTENE CHAPITER DECLARETH, after the minde of Chrysostom, that Iob was a figure of Chryste, for the desire his seruantes had to eate his flesh.
THE FIFTENE CHAPITER DECLARETH BY scripturs, that the eating of the Paschall lambe was a figure of the eating of Chryst our Paschall Lambe.
THE SIXTENE CHAPITER TEACHETH THIS matter by Tertullian and Isychius.
THE SEVENTENE CHAPITER PROCEADETH in the same matter by sainct Cyprian, and Euthymius.
THE EIGHTENE CHAPITER TREACTETH OF the same matters by saincte Hierom, and Chrysostome.
THE NINGTENE CHAPITER CONTINVETH the proofe of the same matter by S. Augustin, and S. Cyrill.
THE TWENTETH CHAPITER IOINETH sainct Gregorie, and Damascen to confirme the same matter.
THE ONE AND TWENTETH CHAPITER CON∣cludeth this matter of the figure of the paschall lambe by Haymo and Cabasila.
THE TWO AND TWENTETH CHAPITER BE∣ginneth the applicacion of the shewe bread to the Sacrament, as of the figure to the veritie by sainct Hierom, and Damascen.
THE THREE AND TWENTHETH CHAPIT. ceadeth in the proof of the same by S. Augustine and Isychius.
THE FOVRE AND TWENTETH CHAPITER AP∣plieng the continuall reseruing of the Shewe bread to the reseruacion of the Sacra¦ment, proueth the same reseruacion by the olde Fathers, and by the perpe∣tuall practise of the Church.
THE FIVE AND TWENTETH CHAP. PRO∣ueth the same by Councells that haue ben nearer to our time.
THE SIXE AND TWENTETH CHA∣pit. aunswereth the cheis obiection of the aduersaries.
THE SEVEN AND TWENTETH CHAP. AVNSWE∣ring other argumentes, and obiections of the Proclamer.
THE EIGHT AND TWENTETH CHAP. BE¦GINNETH to speake of the prophecies, and first of the prophecie of the preisthead of Chryst after the ordre of Melchisedech.
THE NINE AND THIRTITH CHAP. PROCEA∣deth to proue the same by sainct Ciprian and Isychius.
THE THIRTITH CHAP. TREATETH OF THE same matter by sainct Hierom and Theodorete.
THE ONE AND THIRTITH CHAPITER CON∣cludeth this matter of Melchisedech by saincte Augustin and Damascen.
THE TWO AND THIRTITH CHAPITER TO proue the sacrifice of our Shewe bread to be a continuall sacrifice, as the olde shewe bread was, alleageth the prophecie of Daniel and reiecteth the false expositions of the Aduersaries.
THE THREE AND THIRTITH CHAP. OPENETH the prophecie of Malachie.
THE FOVRE AND THIRTITH CHAP. EXPO∣wndeth the Prophecie of Malachie by Martialis, and Irenaeus.
THE FIVE AND THIRTITH CHAP. PRO∣ceadeth in the exposition of the same Prophet by sainct Augustin and Eusebius.
THE SIXT AND THIRTITH CHAP. ENDETH the exposition of Malachie by saincte Hierom and Damascen.
THE SEVEN AND THIRTITH CHAP. MAKETH a breif Recapitulacion of thinges before written, with thapplicacion of them to the Proclamacion of the aduersarie, and so concludeth this first booke.
THE SECOND BOOKE.
THE FIRST CHAPITER DECLARETH THE OFFI∣CES OF THE OLDE LAVVE, AND THE BENEFITTES OF the newe Lawe, with an exhortation to submitte our vnderstan∣ding to the knowledge of faithe, and therwith to the beleif of the Sacrament.
THE SECONDE CHAPITER EXPOVNDETH THE sixt of saincte Iohn according to the letter.
THE THIRDE CHAPITER PROVETH BY THE doctours that the sixte of sainct Iohn speaketh as wel of the bread Chrystes slesh in the Sacrament, as of the bread his Godhead.
THE FOVRTH CHAPITER BEGINNETH A further proof of the former matter by S. Cyprian and Euthymius.
THE FIFTH CHAPITER PROCEADETH VPON the same text, by saincte Augustin and Chrysostome.
THE SIXT CHAPITER PROCEADETH IN THE opening of the vnderstāding of the same texte of saincte Iohn by Beda and Cyrillus,
THE SEVENTH CHAPITER ENDETH THE exposition of this text by Theophilacte, and Lyra.
THE EIGHT CHAPITER DECLARETH BY whose authoritie and power the Sacrament ys consecrate and Chrystes bodie made present.
THE NINTH CHAPITER EXPOVNDETH THE next text that foloweth in sainct Iohn.
THE TENTH CHAPITER PROVING AGAINST the Aduersaries, that the bodie of Chryste maie be and ys in mo places then one at once.
THE ELEVENTH CHAPITER PROVETH THAT as two bodies maie be in one place: so the bodie of Chryst being one maie be in diuerse places.
THE TWELVETH CHAPITER AVNSWERETH certain obiections that seme to impugne the catholique doctrine of this matter.
THE THIRTENHT CHAPITER BEGINNETH THE exposition of an other text in the sixt of S. Iohn.
THE FOVRTENTH CHAPITER EXPOVNDETH the same texte by saincte Augustine, and Cyrill.
THE FIFTENTH CHAPITER CONTINVETH the exposition of the same texte by Leo and Euthymius.
THE SIXTENTH CHAPITER ENDETH THE EX∣position of this text in hand by the Ephesine Councell.
THE SEVENTENTH CHAPITER EXPOVNDETH THE next text folowing in the sixte of S. Iohn by saincte Au∣gustine and Cyrill.
THE EIGHTENTH CHAPITER BEGINNETH the exposition of the next text in the sixt chap. of S. Iohn by Origen and S. Ambrose.
THE NINETENTH CHAPITER PROCEA∣deth vpon the same text by Eusebius Emis. and S. Augustine.
THE TWENTETH CHAP. PROCEADETH vpon the same text by sainct Hilarie and Euthymius.
THE ONE AND TVENTETH CHAPITER CONTI∣nueth the same exposition by Chrysostome and Lira.
THE TVO AND TVENTETH CHAP. CONTI∣nueth yet thexposition of the same text by S. Cyrill, and Dionise
THE THREE AND TWENTETH CHAPITER endeth the exposition of this text by Theophilact. and Beda.
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THE FIVE AND TWENTETH CHAPITER proceadeth in the exposition of the same by Chrysostom and sainct Gregorie.
THE SIX AND TWENTETH CHAPITER CONTI∣nueth this expositon by S. Cyrill and Lyra.
THE SEVEN AND TWENTETH CHAP. ABI∣deth in the same exposition by Theophilact, and Rupertus Tuicien.
THE EIGHT AND TVENTETH CHAP. EN∣deth the exposition of this text by Haymo, and Euthymius.
THE NINE AND TWENTETH CHAP. EX¦powndeth the next text that foloweth in the sixt of S. Iohn, by sainct Au∣gustin and sainct Cyirill.
THE THIRTETH CHAP. BEGINNETH EXPOSITION of the next text by sainct Ambrose and Chrysostom.
THE ONE AND THIRTITH CHAP. PROCEA¦deth in the the exposition of the same text by S. Hierom and S. Cyrill.
THE TWO AND THIRTETH CHAP. ENDETH THE exposition of this text by saincte Augustin and Theoph.
THE THREE AND THIRTETH CHAP. PROCEADETH to the next text in the sixt of saincte Iohn.
THE FOVR AND THIRTETH CHAP. BEGIN∣neth the exposition of this text: Si ergo videritis, &c. by sainct Augu∣sten and sainct Cyrill.
THE FIVE AND THIRTETH CHAP. PROCEADETH in the exposition of the same text, and endeth yt by Euth. and Petrus Cliniacen.
THE SIX AND THIRTTETH CHAP. TREACTETH of the next text by S. Austen and Chrysostom.
THE SEVEN AND THIRTETH CHAP. PRO∣ceadeth vpon the same text by Theophilact and S. Bernard.
THE EIGHT AND THIRTETH CAAP. EN∣deth the exposition of this text by Euthymius and Lyra.
THE NINE AND THIRTETH CHAP. BE∣ginneth the exposition of the next text by sainct Augu∣stin, and Cyrill.
THE FOVRTETH CHAP. ENDETH THE EXPO¦sition of this text and so of the processe of the sixt of S. Iohn by Euthymius and Lira.
THE ONE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. BEGIN∣neth the exposition of these woordes of Chryst: This ys my bodie, after the minde of the Aduersaries.
THE TWO AND FOVRTETH CHAP. BEGINNETH the exposition of the woordes of Chryst after the catholike maner with certain proofes of the same.
THE THREE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. BEGINNETH to prooue the vnderstanding of Chrystes forsaied woordes not to be figuratiue by the anthoritie of the Fathers. And first by Alexander and Instinus.
THE FOVRE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. BY occasion of the woordes of Alexander treacteth of the adoracion and honouring of Chrystes bodie in the Sacrament.
THE FIVE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. PROVETH BY the same doctours that the Proclamer nameth, that the Sacrament ys to be honoured.
THE SIXT AND FOVRTETH CHAPITER, prooueth by other Doctours, that the Sacrament ys to be adored.
THE SEVEN AND FOVRTETH CHAPITER proceadeth in the proofe of the adoracion of the Sacrament by doctours.
THE EIGHT AND FOVRTETH CHAP. CON∣suteth the rest of the Proclamers woordes before rehersed against the honouring of Chryst in the Sacrament.
THE NINE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. PROCEA∣deth in the vnderstanding of Chrystes woordes by Irenaeus, and Tertullian.
THE FIFTETH CHAP. ABIDETH IN THE EX∣position of the same woordes by S. Cyprian, and Athanasius.
THE ONE AND FITITETH CHAP. SHEWETH the minde of Iuuencus, and Euseb. Emisen vpon the woordes of Chryst.
THE TWO AND FIFTETH CHAP. OPENETH the mindes of Sainct Basill and Sainct Ambrose vpon the woordes of Chryst
THE THREE AND FIFTETH CHAP. CONTINV∣eth in the exposition of Chrystes woordes by Gregorie Nissen. and S. Hierom.
THE FOVR AND FIFTETH CHAP. TESTIFIETH the vnderstanding of the same woordes by Isichius and S. Augustin.
THE FIVE AND FIFTETH CHAPITER tarieth in the exposition of the same woordes by Chry∣sostom and Sedulius.
THE SIX AND FIFTETH CHAP. ABIDETH, in the exposition of the same woordes by Theophilus and Leo.
THE SEVEN AND FIFTETH CHAP. PRO∣ceadeth in the exposition of the same woordes by sainct Cyrill and sainct Gregorie.
THE EIGHT AND FIFTETH CHAP. ENDETH the exposition among the eldest Fathers by Euthymius, and Isidorus.
THE NINE AND FIFTETH CHAPITER beginneth the exposition of the same text by the fathers of the later daies, and first by Damascen, and Haymo.
THE SIXTETH CHAP. PROCEADETP IN the exposition of the same text by Theophilact, and Paschasius.
THE ONE AND SIXTETH CHAP. CONTI∣nueth the exposition of the same woordes by Oecumenius, and Anselmus.
THE TVO AND SIXTETH CHAP. ABIDETH in the exposition of the same woordes by Rupertus, and Nico∣laus Methonen.
THE THREE AND SIXTITH CHAP. TARIETH IN the exposition of the same wordes by Innocentius, and Germanus.
THE FOVR AND SIXTETH CHAPITER Sheweth the exposition of Petrus Cluniacen. and Bessa∣rion vpon the same.
THE FIVE AND SIXTETH CHAP. TREACTETH of the bread blessed and geuen by Chryst to the two disciples in Emaus, and prooueth by Theophilact and Bede that yt was the Sacrament.
THE SIX AND SIXTITH CHAP. PROOVETH the same by sainct Augustine and Chrysost.
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THE EIGHT AND SIXTETH CHAPITER, prooueth the same receipt vnder one kinde to be laufull by the auncient practise of the Churche.
THE THIRDE BOOK.
THE FIRST CHAPITER ENTRETH BY PRE¦face into the first text of saincte Paule that toucheth the Sacra∣ment and expwndeth yt according to the letter.
THE SECONDE CHAPITER SHEWETH what these foure thinges doen in the olde lawe did figure in the newe lawe.
THE THIRD CHAPITER EXPOWNDETH the resideu of the text: Et omnes eandem escam spiritual &c.
THE FOVRTH CHAP. BEGINNETH TO DE¦clare by the holie fathers of what thinges Manna and the water be figures.
THE FIFTE CHAP. TEACHING THAT MAN∣na and the water of the stone were figures of the bodie and blood of Chryst by Origen, and S. Ambrose.
THE SIXTH CHAPITER DECLARETH THAT Manna was a figure by the testimonie of saincte Cyprian, and Chrysostom.
THE SEVENTH CHAP. PROCEADETH TO DE∣clareth the same by saincte Hierom and sainct Cyrill.
THE EIGTH CHAP. PROCEADETH IN DECLA∣racion of the same by Saincte Augustin & Oecumenius.
THE NINTH CHAP. PROCEADETH IN the declaracion of the same by Haimo, and Theophilact.
THE TENTH CHAP. PROCEADETH vpon the same text by Rupertus, and Rich. Holkot, and endeth with Gagneius.
THE ELEVENTH CHAPITER, DECLA∣reth the prophecies of the Sacrament vnder the names of Manna and the water of the Rocke.
THE TWELTH CHAPITER, PROVETH BY occasion of that that ys saied, with farder Authoritie that the Sa∣cramentes of the newe lawe are more excellent, then the Sacraments of the olde lawe.
THE THIRTENTH CHAP. PROVETH THE the same by scriptures and doctours.
THE FOVRTENTH CHAP. PROCEADETH IN the proof of the same by the scriptures and doctours.
THE FYFTENTH CHAPITER PROVING all our Sacramentes generallie to be more excellent then the sacramentes of Moyses.
THE SIXTENTH CHAP. PROCEADETH TO the next text of sainct Paule whiche ys. Calix cui Bened.
THE SEVENTENTH CHAPITER PROCEA∣deth vpon the same text by the exposition of Chrysostom and sainct Hierom.
THE FICHTTENTH CHAP. PROCEADETH IN the exposition of the same text by sainct Augustin and Damascen.
THE NINETENTH CHAP. CONTINVETH the exposition of the same text by Isidore and Oecumenius.
THE TVENTETH CHAP. PROCEADETH vpon the same text by Haymo, and Theo∣philacte.
THE ONE TWENTETH CHAPITER PRO∣ceadeth yet vpon the same text by Anselmus, and Bruno.
THE TWO AND TWENTETH CHAP. ENDETH the exposition of this text by Dionise, and Gagneius.
THE THREE AND TWENTETH CHAP. BEGIN∣nith the exposition of this text: Quoniam vnus panis &c.
THE FOVR AND TVENTETH CHAP. PRO∣ceadeth vpon the same text by Chrysostom, and S. Augustine.
THE FIVE AND TWENTETH CHAPITER proceadeth vpon the same text by Damascen and Haymo.
THE SIX AND TWENTETH CHAP. PROCEA∣deth vpon the same text by S. Cyrill, and S. Thomas.
THE SEVEN AND TVENTETH CHAPITER proceadeth vpon the same text by Euthym. and Hugo.
THE EIGHT AND TWENTETH CHAP. PRO∣ceadeth vpon the same text by Oecumenius, and Anselmus.
THE NINE AND TWENTETH CHAPITER, treacteth of the same text by Theophilact and Dionyse, and endeth with Remigius.
THE THIRTETH CHAPITER BEGINNETH THE exposition of this text. Ye can not drinke of the cuppe of oure Lorde, and of the cuppe of Deuells, By S. Cyprian and Chrysost.
THE ONE AND THIRTETH CHAP. ENDETH the exposition of this text by Theophilact and Anselmus.
THE TWO AND THIRTETH CHAP. VPON OCCA∣sion that yt ys prooued, that the primitiue Church vsed the aultar, and reputed the bodie and bloode of Chryst to be a Sacrifice, begin∣neth to treact of the same sacrifice, whiche we commonlie call the Masse.
THE THREE AND THIRTETH CHA∣piter treacteth of the Masse yt self.
THE FOVR AND THIRTETH CHA∣piter sheweth, the vse of the Masse vsed and practised by the Apostles.
THE FIVE AND THIRTETH CHAPTER SHE∣weth the maner of consecracion vsed and practised by the Disciples of the Apostles and the Fathers of the primitiue and auncient Church.
THE SIXE AND THIRTETH CHAP. DE∣clareth what was the intencion of the Apostles and Fathers in and aboute the consecracion in the Masse.
THE SEVEN AMD THIRTETH CHAPITER treacteth of the oblacion and sacrifice of the Masse as yt was vsed of the Apostles and Fathers.
THE EIGHT AND THIRTETH CHAPTER TREA∣teth of the praier for acceptacion of the oblacion or sacrifice made in the Masse, and vsed aswell by the Apostles as the Fathers.
THE NINE AND THIRTETH CHAPT. TRE∣acteth of the value of the Masse to the quicke and the dead
THE FOVRTETH CHAP. TREACTETH OF priuate Masses (as the Proclamer tearmeth them) and solueth his argumentes.
TAE ONE AND FOVRTETHT CHAP. PROO∣ueth that the Masse maie be saied and the Sacrament receaued withoute a nombre of communicantes at one time in one place.
THE TWO AND FOVRTETH CHAP. DROO∣ueth the trueth of these matters of the Sacrament by that yt hath pleased God to confirme the same with miracles.
THE THREE AND FOVRTETH CHAPT. MA∣keth recapitulacion of the conferences of the Masses of the Apostles and Fathers of the primitiue Church, and of the catholique Church that nowe ys, with a breif confutacion of the conference made by the Proclamer betwen, the Masse of S. Iames and that ys now vsed.
THE FOVRE AND FOVRTETH CHAPT. RETVR∣ning to the exposition of S. Paule, expowndeth this text. As often as ye shall eate of this bread &c. by S Hye¦rom and Theophilact.
THE FIVE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. ABIDETH in the exposition of the same text by sainct Basill and Rupert.
THE SIX AND FOVRTETH CHAP. BEGINNETH the exposition of this text: Who soeuer therfor shall eate of this bread, and drinke of the cuppe &c.
THE SEVEN AND FOVRTETH CHAPT. PROCEA∣deth in the vnderstanding of the same by sainct Basill and samct Hierom.
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THE NINE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. CON∣tinueth the same exposition by Isichius and. Sedulius.
THE FIFTETH CHAP. SHEVVETH THE vnderstanding of the same text by Esfrem, and Primasius.
THE ONE AND FIFTETH CHAP. ABIDETH IN the exposition of the same text by Cassiodorus, and Damascen.
THE TVVO AND FIFTETH CHAP. ENDETH THE exposition of this text by Theodoret, and Anselmus.
THE THREE AND FIFTETH CHAP. BEGIN∣neth the exposition of the next text of S. Paule, which ys, Let euery man examin himself, and so let him eate, &c.
THE FOVRE AND FOVRTETH CHAP. BEGIN∣neth the exposition of the Fathers vpon the same text with sainct Hierom and Chrysostome.
THE FIVE AND FIFTETH CHAP. PROCEA∣deth vpon the same text by I sicbius and sainct Augustine.
THE SIXE AND FIFTETH CHAP. ENDETH the exposition of this text, By Theodoret, and Anselm.
THE SEVEN AND FIFTETH CHAP. EXPOVN∣deth this text: For this cause manie are weake and sicke, &c. By Origen and sainct Ambrose.
THE EIGHT AND FIFTETH CHAP. ENDETH the exposition of the same text by Theophilact. and Anselm.
THE NINE AND FIFTETH CHAP. TREAC∣teth of these woordes of S. Paule. We are membres of his bodie, of his slesh, and of his bones, by Irenaeus and Hylarius.
THE SIXTETH CHAP. TREACTETH VPON this text of sainct Paule to Hebrues: He haue an Aultar, &c.
THE ONE AND SIXTETH CHAPITER maketh a recapitulacion of that, that ys doen in this worke.
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THE CHEIF AND MOSTE MAT∣ters conteined in this booke. wher nomber of booke ys omitted, ye be referred to the next before.
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