|Author:||Palladius, Peder, 1503-1560.|
|Title:||An introduction into the bookes of the prophets and apostles. Written by Peter Palladius, Doctor of Diuinity and Byshop of Rochil. Faithfully translated out of Latin into English. By Edw. Vaughan.|
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An introduction into the bookes of the prophets and apostles. Written by Peter Palladius, Doctor of Diuinity and Byshop of Rochil. Faithfully translated out of Latin into English. By Edw. Vaughan.
Palladius, Peder, 1503-1560., Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560., Vaughan, Edward,
London: Printed by G. S[haw] for William Holme, dwelling vpon Ludgate hil, at the signe of the Lambe, 1598.
|Alternate titles:||Isagoge ad libros propheticos et apostolicos. English Isagoge ad libros propheticos et apostolicos.|
A translation of: Isagoge ad libros propheticos et apostolicos.
Translator's dedication signed and dated by Edw. Vaughan, 20 Jan. 1597. Variant: dedication dated 23 Jan.
With a foreword by Philipp Melanchthon.
Printer's name from STC.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Bible -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
To the Right Honorable and vertuous Lady Elizabeth Russel, Dowger.
An Introduction into the Books of the Prophets and A∣postles: written by Peter Palladius Doctor of Diuinitie and Bishop of Rochil, tran∣slated out of Latine into English, both faithfully and truely.
CONCERNING THE Authority of Gods: word and holy Scripture.
Concerning the holy Bible, and bookes of the old and new Testament.
The first deuision of the BIBLE.
The 2. Diuision.
The 3. deuision.
Of the Bookes Legall, or the 5. Bookes of Moses.
1. Of Genesis.
2. Of Exodus.
The principal deuision of Exodus,
3. Of Leuiticus.
4. Of the book of Numery.
¶ To these is added a Discription of sundrie Vowes.
5. Of Deuteronomy.
The Book is very fitly deuided into 4. principall parts.
Of the Booke of Iosua.
This booke is deuided as the principal book of Deut. into 4. parts.
❧ The booke of Iudges.
The booke of Ruth.
It is deuided into 2 partes.
The bookes of Kinges.
¶ A Catalogue of the Kinges of the People of Iudah.
book 1 Samuel
The 2, booke of Sam which contayneth the whole storie of Dauid may well bee deuid into 3. principall parts.
book 1 Kings
book 2 Kings
Of the bookes called Paralipomenon.
The booke of Esdras.
The sum of the Booke of Esdras.
The summe of the booke of Nehemias, which also is called the second Booke of Esdras.
The booke of Tobias.
The Booke of Iudith.
It hath 16, chapters, which are thus deuided.
The Booke of Hester.
The booke of Iob.
This booke containes 42. chap, which are thus deuided.
The Psalmes of Dauid.
The first deuision.
The second deuision.
The 2, Book containeth 31, psal. which are ascribed in the beginning to the sonnes of Chore, being singers: they are al Dauids, except one of Asaph, & the last Salomons: and this second book continueth vnto this Psalm; How good is God vnto Israel.
The third diuision,
The Books of Salomon the K.
The Booke of the prouerbs.
The booke which is called Ecclesiastes.
There are 12. chap, which are thus to be deuided.
The booke of the Canticles.
The booke of Wisdome.
The booke of Iesus the Sonne of Syrach.
The books of the Prophets.
The booke of Esay.
The Booke of Ieremy.
The Lamentations of Ieremy the Prophet.
The booke of Baruch.
The booke of Ezechiel the Prophet.
A Summarie diuision of the Prophesie of Ezechiell.
❧ The Booke of Daniel the Prophet.
Concerning the Booke of Hosea the Prophet.
The booke of Ioel the Proph.
The booke of Amos.
¶ The chapters of this booke are ix. which are thus to be distinguished.
The Prophesie of Abdiah.
The booke of Ionas the Prophet.
There are onely 4. Chap.
The Booke of Micheas the Prophet.
And there are 7. Chapters, which are thus to be deuided.
The booke of Nahum the Prophet.
There are three only chapters, which are thus to be deuided.
The Prophesie of Abacucke.
There are 4, Chap, vvhich are thus to be d•scerned.
The Prophesie of Zophoniah.
There are only three chapters, which are thus to be discerned.
The Prophesie of Haggei.
There are two chapters onely in this booke.
❧ The booke of Zacharie.
Therein are fourteene chap∣ters, which are thus to be discerned.
The booke of Malachy.
There are 4. chapters therein, which are thus to be discerned.
The bookes of Machabees.
The First booke is deuided into 5. partes according to the circumstances of per∣sons, and in this booke there are 5. per∣sos most famous, whose acts are discribed for the most parte, after the order of an historie. First Mathias, 2. Iudas Mac. Thirdly and fourthly Ionathas and Si∣mon the breethren of Iudas Machab, fifthly, Iohn the sonne of Simon.
The second booke of Machabees.
There are 15. chapters, which are thus to be diuided.
The Bookes of the Nevv TESTAMENT.
The bookes of the Euangelists.
The booke of Matthew.
The Gospell of Saint Marke.
The gospel of Saint Luke.
Thers are 24. Chapters, which are thus to be discerned.
The Gospell of Iohn.
The Gospell of Saint Iohn is deuided principally into foure parts, ac∣cording to the iournies of Christ: for Christ went foure times into Ieru∣salem in the time of Easter.
The Acts of the Apost.
The epistle of Saint Paule and the rest.
The Epistle to the Romans.
The first Epistle to the Corinthians.
It is deuided very conueniently into fiue principall parts.
The latter Epistle to the Corinthians.
This Epistle doth consist of fiue thinges.
The Epistle of Paule to the Galathians.
The Epistle to the Ephesians.
It is deuided into two principall partes: to wit, the tree, and the fruit of the tree: that is to say: into doctrine of the righ¦teousnesse of faith and of good workes.
The Epistle to the Philippians.
The Epistle to the Collossians.
It is deuided into two principall partes, euen as the Epistle to the Romans, Ga∣lathians; and Ephesians: to wit, into the tree and the fruit, or into doctrine of faith and Charity.
The first Epistle to the Thessalonians.
It is diuided into two principal partes.
The last Epistle to the Thessalonians.
The first Epistle to Tymothy.
There are sixe chapters in this booke, which are thus to be discerned.
In the Wiues of Ministers are required.
The last Epistle to Tymothy.
There are 4. chapters which are thus to be deuided.
The Epistle to Tytus.
The Epistle of Paule to Philemon.
The Epistle to the Hebrues.
The Epistle of Iames.
There are fiue chapters, which are thus to be discerned.
The first Epistle of PETER.
There are fiue chapters, which art thus to be discerned.
The last Epistle of Peter.
The first Epistle of Iohn.
The summe of the Epistle is, concerning faith and charity, the chapters after a sort are thus to be diuided.
Thus farre S. Augustine.
The second Epistle of Iohn.
The third Epistle of Iohn.
The Epistle of Iude.
The Reuellation of S. Iohn.
The chapters are thus to be discerned.