A Brefe Dialoge bitwene a Christen Father and his stobborne Sonne

A Brefe Dialoge bitwene a Christen Father and his stobborne Sonne

William Roye
Douglas H. Parker
Bruce Krajewski
Copyright Date: 1999
Pages: 312
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3138/9781442670273
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    A Brefe Dialoge bitwene a Christen Father and his stobborne Sonne
    Book Description:

    A new critical edition of the first Protestant catechism to be published in English. The editors' introduction establishes the historical, religious, social and cultural contexts out of which the work was born.

    eISBN: 978-1-4426-7027-3
    Subjects: History

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-iv)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. v-vi)
  3. Acknowledgments
    (pp. vii-viii)
  4. Introduction
    (pp. 1-94)

    A Lytle treatous or dialoge very necessary for all christen men to learne and to knowe, also known asA Brefe Dialoge bitwene a Christen Father and his stobborne Sonne(STC24223.3) is William Rove′s translation of Wolfgang Capito′sDe Pueris Instituendis Ecclesiae Argentinensis Isagoge, first published in Latin in 1527 and, in the same year, in a German edition asKinder bericht vnd fragstuck von gemeynen puncten Christlichs glaubens(Hume, ′William Roye′s ″Brefe Dialoge″′ 308).¹ Although generally unavailable to today′s reader of Reformation tracts because of its inaccessibility, the work is important for several reasons: it is the first...

  5. A Brefe Dialoge bitwene a Christen Father and his stobborne Sonne
    (pp. 95-246)

    It is not vnknowne to you all my lordes/ and masters/ and all wother my singuler gode frendes and bretheren in Christ/ howe that this last yere/ the newe testament of oure saveour/ was delyvered vnto you/ through the faythfull and diligent stodye/ of one of oure nacion/ a man no doute/ ther vnto electe and chosen of God/ named William Hitchyns/ vnto whome I was (after the grace geven me of the lorde) as healpe felowe/ and parte taker of his laboures/ that every christen man/ myght therby heare and vnderstonde/ at home/ and in his owne housse/ the...

  6. Glossary
    (pp. 247-254)
  7. Appendix A: Collation of Adolph Wolf's Transcription of A Lytle Treatous with the Copy Text
    (pp. 255-256)
  8. Appendix B: The Latin Text
    (pp. 257-288)
  9. Bibliography
    (pp. 289-296)
  10. Index
    (pp. 297-305)