|Author:||Rosdell, Christopher, b. 1553 or 4.|
|Title:||A godlie and short discourse shewing not onely what time the inhabitants of this land first receyued the Christian faith: but also what maner of doctrine was planted in the same. Whereby may appeare, howe the reformation at this day in England is not a bringing in of a newe religion, but a reducing againe of the olde and auncient fayth.|
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A godlie and short discourse shewing not onely what time the inhabitants of this land first receyued the Christian faith: but also what maner of doctrine was planted in the same. Whereby may appeare, howe the reformation at this day in England is not a bringing in of a newe religion, but a reducing againe of the olde and auncient fayth.
Rosdell, Christopher, b. 1553 or 4.
London: Printed by Iohn Wolfe, 1589.
|Alternate titles:||Ancient faith of England.|
Anonymous. By Christopher Rosdell.
Running title reads: The ancient faith of England.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Church history -- Early works to 1800.
To the right honourable and his verie good Ladie and Mistres, the Ladie Fraunces coun∣tesse of Hertford, Christopher Rosdell wisheth increase of ho∣nor and endlesse felicitie.
The first planters of Chri∣stian faith in Eng∣lande.
The first Chapter.
The second Chapter. What successe the Gospel had in this land at the first.
The third Chapter. How Religion increased and was confirmed.
The fourth Chapter. What publike alteration folowed this generall conuersion.
The fifth Chapter. What maner of doctrine was at the first planted here.
The sixt Chapter. Of the Ecclesiasticall iurisdiction of the Bishop of Rome.
The seuenth Chapter. Howe the Bishops of Rome in olde time were subiect to ciuill Magistrates.
The eight Chapter. Of iustification.
The ninth Chapter. Of good workes.
The tenth Chapter, Of sinne.
The xi. Chapter. Of repentance.
The xij. Chapter, Of the difference betwene the Law and the Gospel.
The xiij. Chapter. Of freewill.
The xiiii. Chapter. Of inuocation and adoration.
The xv. Chapter, Of the Sacraments, Baptisme, and the Lords Supper.
The xvj. Chapter. Of Matrimonie.
The xvij. Chapter. Of Magistrates and ciuill go∣uernement.
The xviij. Chapter. Of Purgatorie.