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A discourse, concerning two divine positions. The first effectually concluding, that the soules of the faithfull fathers, deceased before Christ, went immediately to heaven. The second sufficientlye setting foorth unto us Christians, what we are to conceive, touching the descension of our Saviour 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 Divinity, entituled a Refutation, imprinted 1562, and published against John Calvin, & C. Carlile: the title wherof appeareth in ye 17. page