The Pattern of Catechistical Doctrine at Large, or a Learned and Pious Exposition of the Ten Commandments with an introduction, containing the use and benefit of catechizing; the general grounds of religion; and the truth of Christian Religion...


"The third edition, corrected and perfected, according to the authors own copy; and thereby purged from many thousands of errours, defects, and corruptions, which were in a rude, imperfect draught formerly published, as appears in the preface to the reader." Folio. 11.5" x 7.75" x 1.5" (29.2cm x 20.0cm x 3.5cm. [30pp.]/pp.530. Contemporary full brown calf, ruled in blind. Some shelf wear to cover. Spine with five raised bands and old black leather title label. Endpapers soiled. Signature to front endpaper: "Th. Quicke" Printed title. Clean English text throughout. A well preserved book. Referenced by: WingSTC A3148 . ** Andrewes, Lancelot, 1555-1626 Born in Barking, he was the son of Thomas Andrewes, the son of a mariner and master of Trinity House. He began his education at the Merchant Taylors' School. From there he went to Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, earning a fellowship in 1576, and taking orders in 1580. Andrewes' fluency in 15 languages, including Hebrew, Latin, and Greek, contributed to the universal respect his work enjoyed among his contemporaries. His ability was recognised when in 1604 James I selected him to be one of fifty-four scholars to translate the Bible into English, producing the 'Authorized Version' or 'King James Bible'. Although there is no definite record of which passages Andrewes worked on, it is known that he was in the group of scholars responsible for much of the Pentateuch and the historical books. It was only after Andrewes' death in 1626 , that the powerful quality of his sermons and other works were recognised and published. Andrews died a bachelor and was buried in St Saviour’s church in Southwark.

Title: The Pattern of Catechistical Doctrine at Large, or a Learned and Pious Exposition of the Ten Commandments with an introduction, containing the use and benefit of catechizing; the general grounds of religion; and the truth of Christian Religion...

Author Name: ANDREWS [ ANDREWES ], Lancelot, Late Bishop of Winchester (1555-1626) .

Categories: 17TH CENTURY,

Publisher: London : Printed for M.G. and are to be sold by George Swinnock, at the Crane in Cheap-side, over against Mercers-Chappel, 1675 . 0:

ISBN Number: 0

Seller ID: 45314

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