1 a Here the Euangel lifte reckeneth the natureal day from the sunne rising to his rising againe, & not as the Jewes did, which began to count at the first houre after the sinne set.
2 b There were two: but it is a manue of speache to vse the singualr nomber for the plural, and contrarie.
8 d Their joye was mixt with feare, bothe because of the Angels presence, & also for that thei were not assured.
15 e An extreme vengeance of God, whereby the Jewes were the more hardened, so that thei cannot fele the profite of his death & resurrection.
20 f Men maie not teache their owne doctrine, but whatsoeuer Christ hathe taught them: for he referueth this autoritie to him self, to be the onelie teacher and autor of the doctrine.
20 g By power, grace and vertue of the holie Gost.