0 a Like quarel piking the vsed against Christ: & these be the weapons wherewith the worlde continually fighteth against the membres of Christ, trayson & sedition.
11 b Not more excellent of birth, but more prompt, and couragious in receiuing the worde of God: for he compareth them of Berea with them of Thessalonica who persecuted the Apostles in Berea.
11 ! To search the Scriptures.
11 c This was not onely to trie if these things which thei had heard, were true but also to confirme them selues in the same, and to increase their faith.
16 d That citie which was the fountain of all knowledge, was now the sinke of moste horrible idolatrie.
17 e Suche was his seruent zeale towards Gods glorie, that he labored to amplifie the same bothe in season, and out of season, as he taught afterwarde to Timothie.
18 f Who helde, that pleasure was mans whole felicitie.
18 g Who taught that vertue was onely mans felicitie, which notwithstanding they neuer atteined vnto.
19 h Where judgement was giuen of waightie matters, but chiefely of impietie against their gods, whereof Paul was accused: or els was led thither because of the restore of people whose eares euer tickled to heare newes.
26 m This is ment as touching the sondrie changes of the worlde, as when some people departe out of a countrey, & others come to dwel therein.
30 r This is ment of the vnersal worlde, and not of euery particular nam: for whosoeuer sinneth without the Lawe, shal die without the Lawe.