Catalog Record: Unum necessarium, or, The great duty of a Christian, in two tracts; the one, Of adhering to God, written in Latin, by Albertus Magnus, the other, Of the love of God, written in high-Dutch, by John Staupitz | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Unum necessarium, or, The great duty of a Christian, in two tracts; the one, Of adhering to God, written in Latin, by Albertus Magnus, the other, Of the love of God, written in high-Dutch, by John Staupitz. Both faithfully translated into English for the promoting of primitive Christianity.

Main Author: Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280
Related Names: Staupitz, Johann von -1524, Johannes von Kastl active 15th century
Language(s): English ; Latin ; German
Published: London : Ric. Baldwin, 1692.
Subjects: Faith > Early works to 1800.
God > Worship and love
Christian life > Catholic authors
Note: Photocopy. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Dept., [1981?]
Incudes two treatises by Johann von Staupitz with special t.p.: Two ancient spiritual treatises of John of Staupitz ... concerning the sweet love of God, and our holy Christian faith.
De adhaerendo Deo has also been attributed to Johannes von Kastl.
Physical Description: 164 p. ; 16 cm.
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