A Defense of the Sincere and True Translations
A Defense of the Sincere and True Translations of the Holy Scriptures in the English Tongue, Against the Manifold Cavils, Frivolous Quarrels, and Impudent Slanders of Gregory Martin, ‚Ä¶
"Whereunto is added a brief confutation of all such quarrels and cavils, as have been of late uttered by diverse Papists in the English Pamphlets, against the writings of the said William Fulke." Fulke was refuting, "A Discovery of the Manifold Corruption of the Holy Scriptures by the Heretics of our Days, Specially the English Sectaries, and of Their Foul Dealing Herein, By Partial and False Translations to the Advantage of Their Heresies, in Their English Bibles Used and Authorized Since the Time of Schism" (1582) by Martin.
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