An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain: Chiefly of England, from the First Planting of Christianity, to the End of the Reign of King Charles the Second; with a Brief Account of the Affairs of Religion in Ireland. Collected from the Best Ancient Historians, Councils, and Records, Band 3
W. Straker, 1840
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Seite 185 - Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.
Seite 362 - ... his own household, he has denied the faith, and is worse than an unbeliever.
Seite 363 - Then the twelve called the multitude of the disciples unto them, and said, It is not reason that we should leave the word of God, and serve tables.
Seite 239 - I come not to do my own will, but the will of him that sent me...
Seite 14 - Prohibitions by law are to be granted at any time to restrain a Court to intermeddle with or execute any thing which by law they ought not to hold plea of, and they are much mistaken that maintain the contrary.
Seite 210 - Whereupon our said Lord the King, by " the assent aforesaid, and at the request of his said " Commons, hath ordained and established, That if " any purchase or pursue, or cause to be purchased " or pursued, in the court of Rome or elsewhere, any " such translations, processes, and sentences of excom" munications, bulls, instruments, or any other things " whatsoever, which touch the King, against him, " his crown, and his regality, or his realm...
Seite 139 - The Lord Percy's motion for Wiclif, is but reasonable. And as for you, my lord bishop, who are grown so proud and arrogant, I will bring down the pride, not of you alone, but of all the prelacy in England.
Seite 252 - Church, and of such sect and wicked doctrine and opinions they make unlawful conventicles and confederacies, they hold and exercise schools, they make and write books, they do wickedly instruct and inform people, and as much as they may excite and stir them to sedition and insurrection, and make great strife and division among the people, and other enormities horrible to be heard daily do perpetrate and commit...