The Life and Opinions of John de Wycliffe: Illustrated Principally from His Unpublished Manuscripts; with a Preliminary View of the Papal System, and of the State of the Protestant Doctrine in Europe to the Commencement of the Fourteenth Century, 1. cilt

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Holdsworth and Ball, 1831
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Sayfa 71 - I say unto thee, that thou art Peter, and on this rock will I build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it...
Sayfa 119 - ... earth. In the practice, or at least in the theory, of the sacraments, the Paulicians were inclined to abolish all visible objects of worship, and the words of the Gospel were, in their judgment, the baptism and communion of the faithful.
Sayfa 86 - ... ambassadors, who prostrated themselves before him, saying, " O thou, that takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us ! " The advocates of the Papal power, proclaimed, that any secular laws which might be passed against a decree of the Roman Pontiff, were in themselves null and void; and that all Pontifical decrees ought for ever to be observed by all men, like the word of God, to be received as if they came from the mouth of St. Peter himself, and held like canonical Scripture. Neither...
Sayfa 327 - But many think if they give a penny to a pardoner, they shall be forgiven the breaking of all the commandments of God, and, therefore, they take no heed how they keep them. But, I say thee, for certain...
Sayfa 89 - Roman pontiffs, all the kings and princes of the earth, and to establish at Rome an annual assembly of bishops, by whom the contests that might arise between kingdoms or sovereign states were to be decided, the rights and pretensions of princes to be examined, and the fate of nations and empires to be determined.
Sayfa 66 - THE Church of God which is at Rome, to the Church of God which is at Corinth, elect, sanctified by the will of God, through Jesus Christ our Lord: grace and peace from the Almighty God, by Jesus Christ, be multiplied unto you.
Sayfa 116 - Cappadocia; and this innocent allegory revived the example and memory of the first ages. In the Gospel and the Epistles of St. Paul his faithful follower investigated the creed of primitive Christianity; and, whatever might be the success, a Protestant reader will applaud the spirit of the inquiry.
Sayfa 349 - ... an house in London, with clerks and officers thereunto belonging, as if it were one of the king's solemn courts, transporting yearly to the pope twenty thousand marcs, and most commonly more...
Sayfa 259 - entered into holy things, that is into holy church, by holy living and holy teaching ; and with his blood he delivered man's nature; as Zechariah writeth in his ninth chapter, Thou verily, with the blood of witness, or of thy testament, hast led out from the pit them that were bound.
Sayfa xviii - God grant that we may contend with other churches, as the vine with the olive, which of us shall bear the first fruit; and not as the brier with the thistle, which of us is most unprofitable.

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