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Author: Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551.
Title: The mynd and exposition of that excellente learned man Martyn Bucer, vppon these wordes of S. Mathew: Woo be to the wordle [sic] bycause of offences. Math. xviij. Faythfully translated in to Englishe, by a faythfull brother, with certayne obiections [and] answeres to the same
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Print source: The mynd and exposition of that excellente learned man Martyn Bucer, vppon these wordes of S. Mathew: Woo be to the wordle [sic] bycause of offences. Math. xviij. Faythfully translated in to Englishe, by a faythfull brother, with certayne obiections [and] answeres to the same
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551.

Printed at Emden: [By E. van der Erve], 1566.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Matthew -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A17085.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ To the godlie Reader.
The mynd and exposition of that excellente learned man Martin Bu∣cer, vppon thes wordes of Mathew: Woo be to the world, because of offences. Math. xviij.
Obiections and Answeares concernynge apparell of Prestes and Mynysters.
¶ An obiection.
¶ Answeare.
¶ Obiection,
¶ Answeare.
¶ Obiection.
¶ Answeare.
¶ Obiection.
Answeare.
¶ Obiection.
¶ Answeare.
A prayer mete & necessarye for oure tyme and all tymes to be vsed.
prayer
¶ To the Reader.
to the reader
¶ An Answere to a question, that was mouyd, whi the godly men wold not weare a surples.
¶ A Godly Prayer.