2 b Meaning the worde of God wherein is the onelie true knowledge.
3 d By liuing justely and rendring to euery man that which apperteineth vnto him.
5 f As he sheweth that these parables conteining the effect of relgion as touching maners & doctrine do apperteine to the simple people: so doeth he declare that the same is also necessarie for them that are wise and learned.
8 g He speaketh this in the Name of God, which is the vnersal Father of all creatures, or in the Name of the pastor of the Churche, who is as a father.
8 h That is, or the Church, wherein the faithful are begotten by the incorruptible sede of Gods worde.
10 ! We may not consent to the intisings of sinners.
11 k He speaketh not onely of the sheding of blood with hand, but of all craftie practises which tende to the detriment of our neighbour.
14 m He sheweth whereby the wicked are allured to joyne together, because they haue euerie one parte of the spoile of the innocent.
18 o He sheweth that there is no cause to moue these wicked to spoile, the innocent, but their auarice and crueltie.
20 r So that none can pretend ignorance.
20 ! Wisdome complaineth that he is contemned.
22 s Wisdome reproueth thre kindes of men: the foolish or simple, which arre of ignorance, and the mockers, that can not suffer to be taught, & the fooles which are drowned in worldelie lustes & hate the knowledge of godlines.
26 t That is spoken according to our capacitie, signifying that the wicked, which mocke & jest at Gods worde, shal haue the juste rewarde of their mocking.