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" In another bull, he declared, that he would not endure the least contempt of himself, or of God, whose place he held on earth, but would punish every disobedience without delay, and without respect of persons; and would convince the whole world, that... "
A History of the Church from the Earliest Ages to the Reformation - Sayfa 167
George Waddington tarafından - 1835
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The History of the Church of Christ: The sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth ...

Joseph Milner - 1812
...he would soon convince him how hard it was to kick against the pricks. In another bull, he declared, that he would not endure the least contempt of himself,...would punish every disobedience without delay, and without respect of persons; and would convince the whole world that he was determined to act like a...
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History of the Church of Christ

Joseph Milner - 1809
...would soon convince him, how hard it was to kick against the pricks. In another bull, he declared, that he would not endure the least contempt of himself,...would punish every disobedience without delay, and without respect of persons; and would convince the whole world, that he was determined to act like...
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Horæ Propheticæ: or, dissertations on the Book of the Prophet Daniel

Joseph Wilson (minister of Laxton.) - 1824 - 342 sayfa
...reserved in a future state for the workers of iniquity. " ' Hence Innocent III. in a bull, " declared that he would not endure the least contempt of himself, or of God, whose place he held on earth:". And, in his Bull against the Albigenses, the Pope says, " We moreover promise to all those who shall...
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The History of the Church of Christ, 3. cilt

Joseph Milner - 1827
.../soon convince him how hard it was to kick Bgaiqst |the pricks. In another b u H, he declared that lie would not endure the least contempt of himself, or...but would punish every disobedience without delay, jand, without respect of persons ; and would convince the whole world that he was determined to Set...
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Stories from Church history, from the introduction of Christianity, to the ...

Selina BUNBURY - 1828 - 348 sayfa
...with, that if ' he opposed his decrees, he should learn how hard it was to kick against the pricks : that he would not endure the least contempt of himself or of God, whose place he held upon earth, but would punish every disobedience without delay, and without respect of persons.' I have...
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A History of England, in which it is Intended to Consider Men and ..., 1. cilt

Henry Walter - 1828
...monks their property immediately. He added, that ' he would not endure the least con* See p. 276. tempt of himself, or of GOD, whose place he held on earth; but would punish without delay, and without respect of persons, every one who presumed to disobey his commands ; that...
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Sketches of the Life of Philip Melancthon

1830 - 139 sayfa
...apostolic see, he would soon convince him, how hard it was to kick against the pricks :" — and " That he would not endure the least contempt of himself,...would punish every disobedience without delay, and without respect of persons ; and would convince the whole world, that he was determined to act like...
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A familiar survey of the Christian religion, and of history as connected ...

Thomas Gisborne - 1836
...he would soon convince him how hard it is to kick against the pricks :" and in another bull declares that " he would not endure the least contempt of himself,...whose place he held on earth, but would punish every act of disobedience without delay, and without respect of persons; and would convince the whole world...
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The Church of England magazine [afterw.] The Church of ..., 32-33. ciltler

1852
...of the meek and lowly Saviour, could write as he did to the lion-hearted Richard. He told the king "that he would not endure the least contempt of himself,...God, whose place he held on earth ; but would punish without delay, and without respect of persons, every one who presumed to disobey his commands, in order...
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"The Beast and his Image": or, the Pope and the Council of Trent: a ...

Frederic FYSH - 1837 - 80 sayfa
...France. And, ' that the world might know that he was determined to act like a sovereign, and not to endure the least contempt of himself or of God, whose place he held upon earth,' he proclaimed a crusade against the English King, as against an infidel or a heretic....
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