Excerpt from The Workes of John Boys
It hath the name both in Greeke and Latine of P calling out and feuering from other, as being indeed a '1 cbofm and peculiarpeop/e Y Wu), quaﬂzumm. Not Becauie all the congregations of the Faithfull in the whole world make but f one onely Church. For as a Kingdome diuided into many Shires, and more Townes, is called one, becanle it hath one and the fame King, one and the fame law fo the Church is one, t becauie it lineth by one and the fame Spirit, and is ruled by one and the fame Lord, and profefl'eth one and the fame faith not one as tyed to one place, much lefle vnto one perfon; as the Papills iniui ioull y confine it for as all of them make the Cathy/ska [c to be nothing elfe but the Romane Church; fome of them haue made the Roman: Church nothing eife but the 'pope. Papa wrtmz/tter eff tom earl/ia, faith Har mm in [aide poteﬂate Tape capag. As the tumultuous Anaeaprzfi: had framed a Church like X 'p/zme: deep/941i, allbody and no head lo the Rom/l; parafitcs haue built a Church like the Y Toadﬂoalefill head and no body. See Epillle Dom.
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