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#Spiritus est vicarius Christi in terra. The poore mans garden, wherein are flowers of the scriptures, and doctours, very necessarie and profitable for the simple and ignoraunt people to reade: / truely collected and diligently gathered together, by Iohn Northbrooke, minister and preacher of the worde of God. Seene and allowed, according to the order appointed in the Queenes iniunctions..#

##Northbrooke, John.## Spiritus est vicarius Christi in terra. The poore mans garden, wherein are flowers of the scriptures, and doctours, very necessarie and profitable for the simple and ignoraunt people to reade: / truely collected and diligently gathered together, by Iohn Northbrooke, minister and preacher of the worde of God. Seene and allowed, according to the order appointed in the Queenes iniunctions.. Northbrooke, John.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front##### ¶ To the right reuerende father in God, William, by the mercifull prouidence of God, through Iesus C¶ To the Christian reader, grace, peace, and health in Christe.GOD in the beginning when he created #####Body#####

  1. The poore mans Garden.

    _ ¶ The first Chapiter.

    • ¶ Of Predestination, and Reprobation.

    • ¶ The consent of the fathers, and doctours.

    _ ¶ The seconde Chapiter.

    • ¶ All thynges commeth to passe by Gods prouidence, and not by fortune, and destenie.

    • ¶ The agreement of the Doctours.

    _ ¶ The thirde Chapiter.

    • ¶ Of mans freewill before his fall.

    • The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. iiij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Of mans freewill after his fall.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. v. Chapiter.

    • ¶ It is impossible for vs to fulfill the lawe.

    • ¶ The Doctors.

    _ ¶ The. vj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ All sortes of people ought to knowe, and reade the Scriptures.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The vij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ That the 〈◊〉 are easie to be vnderstanded of the simple people.

    • The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. viij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Ignoraunce of the scriptures is verie daungerous.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ The. ix. Chapiter.In the. 38. distinction. Si. iuxta.

    • ¶ The worde of God written in the Canon of the Bible, conteineth in it self fully, all thinges needefull for our saluation.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. x. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Nothyng ought to be put to, or taken awaie from the woorde of God.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ The scriptures are sufficient to d•…bate, and deside all doubte•… and controuersies.

    • ¶ The Doctors.

    _ ¶ The. xij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ The Churche is knowen by the worde of God.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xiij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ What credite Doctours and Counsels are of theim selues, without the worde of God.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xiiij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Faithe onely iustifieth.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xv. Chapiter

    • ¶ Against mens merites and righteousnes.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xvj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ What is not doen of faith, is synne.

    • ¶ The Doctors.

    _ ¶ The. xvij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ The certainetie of our faith and saluation

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xviij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ It belongeth onely vnto God to forgiue sinnes.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xix. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Of Confession

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xx. Chapiter.

    • ¶ The Apostles receiued the Keyes as farre forth as Peter, and are equall with hym in aucthoritie.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶The. xxj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against praiyng for the dead.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against Purgatory and Pardons.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxiij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against Aparitions of Soules, after they departe from the bodie.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxiiij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Christ is onely our mediatour and intercessour, to God the father.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxv. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against praiyng to Sainctes.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxvj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against Praier and seruice in •… straunge tongue.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxvij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against the honouryng and worshippyng of Sainctes.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxviij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against Images.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxix. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against Transubstantiation.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxx. Chapiter.

    • ¶ This is my bodie, is a figuratiue speache, and signes and figures haue their names of the thynges whiche thei signifie.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxxj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ We eate the bodie and blood of Christ, onely by faith.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxxij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ The wicked eateth not the body of Christe.

    • ¶ The Doctors.

    _ ¶ The. xxxiij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ What it is to be guiltie of the bodie and bloud of the Lorde.

    • ¶ The Doctours.a•… Ciprian of the washing of the Apostles feete.

    _ ¶ The. xxxiiij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ The Laye people ought to receiue the Cuppe of the Lorde, as wel as the Bread.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxxv. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against reseruation of the Sacrament.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxxvj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Wee are not saued by the outwarde Ceremonies of the Sacrament.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxxvij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Christes body is but in one place at once, and not in many places.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxxviii. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Along custome must not be folowed: but the trueth of God.Exod. xxiii. ii.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xxxix. Chapiter.

    • ¶ The mariage of Priestes is lawfull.

    • ¶ The Doctors.

    _ ¶ The. xl. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Of choise and difference of mea•…es.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xlj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Of fastyng.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xlij. Chapter.

    • ¶ Of traditions and ceremonies of men.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xliij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Sacrifices of the newe Testament.

    • ¶ The Doctors.

    _ ¶ The▪ xliij. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Princes ought to 〈◊〉 in matters of religion.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xlv. Chapter.

    • ¶ The Pope is antechriste.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

    _ ¶ The. xlvj. Chapiter.

    • ¶ Against Usurie and Interest.

    • ¶ The Doctours.

#####Back#####

  1. Faultes escaped in the printyng.

  2. ¶ An Index of the common places that are spoken of in this booke.

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