Stapleton, Martiall and Sanders

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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. 1848 edition. Excerpt: ...him with better weapons to fight in their quarrel. For in this Reply he doth nothing in a manner but either construe like an usher, or quarrel like a dogbolt lawyer. FINIS. A DISCOVERY OF THE DANGEROUS ROCK OF THE POPISH CHURCH. A DISCOVERIE OF THE DAVNGEROVS ROCKE OF THE POPISH Church, commended by Nicholas Sander D. of Diuinitie. Done by William Fulke Doctor of diuinitie, and Maister of Pembroke hall in Cambridge. Imprinted at London by Thomas Vautroullier for George Bishop. 1580. A DISCOVERY OF THE DANGEROUS ROCK OF THE POPISH CHURCH, LATELY COMMENDED BY NICHOLAS SANDERS, DOCTOR IN DIVINITY1; AT WHICH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH OF CHRIST HATH BEEN IN PERIL OF SHIP. WRECK THESE MANY HUNDRED YEARS. BY W. FULKE, DOCTOR IN DIVINITY. Sander. The Eternal Rock of the Universal Church. "Christ Sander. was the Rock." "Another foundation no man is able to put." 1 Cor. iii. and x. The Temporal Rock of the Militant Church. "Thou art Peter; and upon this Rock I will build My Church." Matt. xvi. Fulke. S. Paul speaketh manifestly, 1 Cor. iii., of build-Fulke. ing of the Church Militant; and Christ, Matt, xvi., speaketh of an Eternal Rock, against the which the gates of hell shall not prevail. Therefore your distinction of Eternal and Temporal, Universal and Militant, which is the foundation of all your rotten Rock, is an impudent and blasphemous falsehood. Of the continuance of your Temporal Rock it is in vain to contend, when your Rock is nothing else but an heap of sand and dung, whereon your popish Church is builded. Sander. To the right worshipful M. Doctor Parker, bearing the Sander. name of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and to all other Protestants in the realm of England, Nicolas Sander wisheth perfect faith and charity in more

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  • English
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