Browsing by Author "Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)VVhether Christian faith maye be kepte secret in the heart, without confession thereof openly to the worlde as occasion shal serue Also what hurt co[m]meth by the[m] that hath receiued the Gospell, to be prese[n]t at Masse vnto the simple and vnleatned [sic].Date of publication:
1553Author(s):Description:Attributed to John Hooper. Sometimes also attributed to Robert Horne, to Jan Łaski, and to Jean Calvin. The imprint is false; possibly printed at London by John Day (STC). Signatures: a. Identified as STC 4468 on UMI ...This item contains 4 files (221.42 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A faithful admonition of a certeyne true pastor and prophete sent vnto the Germanes at such a time as certain great princes went about to bryng alienes into Germany, [and] to restore the papacy; the kingdom of Antichrist. [Et]c Now tra[n]slated into English for a like admonicion vnto all true Englyshe harts; wherby they may learn and know how to consider [and] receiue the procedinges of the English magistrates and bishops. With a preface of M. Philip Melancthon. ...Date of publication:
1554Author(s):Description:By Martin Luther. A translation, by Eusebius Pamphilus, pseud. of: Luther, Martin. Warnung an seine lieben Deutschen. Eusebius Pamphilus is a pseudonym sometimes attributed to Jean Calvin. Imprint from colophon; translator's ...This item contains 4 files (1.78 MB).Publicly Available