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Author: Ferus, Johann, 1495-1554.
Title: [Staurodidache kai stauronike]: The doctrine & dominion of the crosse : in an historical narration and spiritual application of the passion of Iesus. / Written first in Latin by John Ferus ... ; now turned into English for the good of this nation by Henry Pinnell. ; Together with a preface of the translator, containing the necessity of knowing and conforming unto the cross of Christ, short considerations of predestination, redemption, free will and original sin.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: [Staurodidache kai stauronike]: The doctrine & dominion of the crosse : in an historical narration and spiritual application of the passion of Iesus. / Written first in Latin by John Ferus ... ; now turned into English for the good of this nation by Henry Pinnell. ; Together with a preface of the translator, containing the necessity of knowing and conforming unto the cross of Christ, short considerations of predestination, redemption, free will and original sin.
Ferus, Johann, 1495-1554., Pinnell, Henry.

London: Printed by Robert White, 1659.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ -- Passion
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A85241.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE.
part
part
notice
Scriptures insisted upon in this TREATISE.
The seven last words of Christ, page 351.
The History of the Passion of our Lord, gathered out of the four Evangelists, and digested into four Parts.
The first Part.
A premonition of the Translator concerning the Expo∣sition following.
Here beginneth the second part of our Lords Passion.
Here beginneth the third Part of the Passion of our Lord.
Here beginneth the fourth Part of the Passion of our Lord.
Of the first Word, viz. Father forgive them, for they know not what they do.
Of the second Word.
Of the third Word.
Of the fourth Word.
Of the fifth Word.
Of the sixth Word.
Of the seventh Word.
The Conclusion of the Passion.