The Church Historians of England; Reformation Period Volume 4, PT. 1

The Church Historians of England; Reformation Period Volume 4, PT. 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...rl1'and the Second Person the sacrament; and that upon the ascension day the sacrament ascended unto the altar, and there abideth still. IV. Item, That he believed not aright in the sacrament of extreme unction. V. Item, That he had called certain priests, meanly arrayed, pilled knaves. A.D. 1509 to r. iLciu, inai uc nau i.aucu tci uun pucBio, meanly anajrru, fjmcu ftiiatco. VI. Item, That he had said that pulpits were priests' lying stools. 'L 1 VII. Item, That he had believed that images ought not to be worshipped, and that he neither believed in the crucifix, nor yet would worship it. VIII. Item, That he had affirmed that he heard say, the word of God and God to be all one, and that he that worthily receiveth the word of God, receiveth God. IX. Item, That he had said that the popish church was not the church of God, but a synagogue; and that holy men of his sect were the true church of God. For these and such like matters was he a long time imprisoned, and, at last, through frailty and fear of death, was content to abjure and yield himself unto the judgment of the Romish church, and thereupon was enjoined, not only to make his open recantation, but also from thenceforth to remain as prisoner within the monaster' of Thom.n Osney beside Oxford, and so to bear a faggot before the first cross, JJ"- at the next general procession within the university. Howbeit not -""--long after, the bishop having need of the poor man's help in his o-ey, household business, took him out of the said monastery, and placed him within his own house until his business was ended; and then (his turn once served) he appointed Dr. Wilcocks his vicar-general, that in his next judicial session within the priory of Frideswide at Oxford, ...show more

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  • 9781236641434