A discourse, concerning two diuine positions The first [ef]fectually concluding, that the soules of the faithfull fathers, deceased before Christ, went immediately to heauen. The second sufficientlye setting foorth vnto vs Christians, what we are to conceiue, touching the descension of our Sauiour Christ into hell: publiquely disputed at a commencement in Cambridge, anno Domini 1552. Purposely written at the first by way of a confutation, against a booke of Richard Smith of Oxford, D. of Diuinity, entitled a Refutation, imprinted 1562, & published against Iohn Caluin, & C. Carlile: the title wherof appeareth in ye 17. page. And now first published by the said Christopher Carlile, 1582.
Imprinted at London :
By Roger Ward dwelling by Holborne conduit, at the signe of the Talbot,
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Smith, Richard, > 1500-1563. > Refutatio luculenta crassae et exitiosae haeresis Johannis Calvini et Christop. Carlili Angli > Controversial literature.
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