A reioynder to Doctor Hil concerning the descense of Christ into Hell Wherein the answere to his sermon is iustlie defended, and the roust of his reply scraped from those arguments as cleanlie, as if they had neuer bene touched with that canker. By Alexander Hume, Maister of Artes. Heere, besides the reioynder, thou hast his paralogismes: that is, his fallacies and deceits in reason pointed out, and numbered in the margin: amounting to the nomber of 600. and aboue: and yet not half reckoned.

Title

A reioynder to Doctor Hil concerning the descense of Christ into Hell Wherein the answere to his sermon is iustlie defended, and the roust of his reply scraped from those arguments as cleanlie, as if they had neuer bene touched with that canker. By Alexander Hume, Maister of Artes. Heere, besides the reioynder, thou hast his paralogismes: that is, his fallacies and deceits in reason pointed out, and numbered in the margin: amounting to the nomber of 600. and aboue: and yet not half reckoned.

Author

Hume, Alexander, schoolmaster.

Date

1594

Place of Publication

Edinburgh

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Editorial Practice

A reply to Adam Hill's "The defence of the article: Christ descended into Hell". Includes Hume's version of his own letter and Hill's reply as well as Hume's rejoinder. One barrel and 2 firkins of copies were seized from a Scottish ship by warrant of the Archbishop of Canterbury dated 2 December 1594--Cf. STC. Imprint from STC. Imperfect; some lines marked through in ink. Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library (pages 100-33 from Trinty College (University of Cambridge) copy spliced at end).

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A03833
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A03833
  • DLPS: A03833
  • STC: STC 13948
  • STC: ESTC S121138
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99856325
  • PROQUEST: 99856325
  • VID: 178019