An apology for Lollard doctrines (Google eBook)

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Printed for the Camden Society, by J.B. Nichols, 1842 - Lollards - 206 pages
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Page 137 - Idem est ergo presbyter qui et episcopus et antequam diaboli instinctu studia in religione fierent et diceretur in populis: ego sum Pauli, ego Apollo, ego autem Cephae, communi presbyterorum concilio ecclesiae gubernabantur. Postquam vero unusquisque eos, quos baptizaverat, suos putabat esse, non Christi, in toto orbe decretum est, ut unus de presbyteris electus superponeretur ceteris, ad quem omnis Ecclesiae cura pertineret et schismatum semina tollerentur.
Page 188 - Si autem necessitas loci aut paupertas exegerit, ut ad fruges recolligendas per se occupentur, non contristentur, quia tunc vere monachi sunt, si labore manuum suarum vivunt sicut et Patres nostri et Apostoli.
Page 30 - Neuerfeles, a man is seid to haue power, and leue to vse power, in many wyse, as sum bi lawe and ordre of kynd, sum bi lawe and ordre of grace, and some bi lawe and ordre made and writun. And so it is seid bi lawe...
Page 174 - Augustine in his time complained, that they were grown to such a number, that the estate of Christian people was in worse case concerning that matter, than were the Jews. And he counselled that such yoke and burden should be taken away, as time would serve quietly to do it.
Page 137 - Et antequam Diaboli instinctu studia in religione fierent, et diceretur in populis, Ego sum Pauli, ego Apollo, ego autem Cephas, communi Presbyterorum consilio ecclesiae gubernabantur. Postquam vero unusquisque eos, quos baptizaverat, suos putabat esse, non Christi, in toto orbe decretum est, ut unus de Presbyteris electus superponeretur caeteris, ad quem omnis ecclesiae cura pertineret, et schismatum semina tollerentur.
Page xxxvi - That after the pronouncing of the sacramental words of the body of Christ, the bread remaineth of the same nature that it was before, neither doth it cease to be bread.
Page 119 - Our author appears to have read in this passage, " atque inde dictum vocabulum," instead of ductum, for he renders,
Page 184 - In malis promissis rescinde fidem. In turpi voto muta decretum : quod incaute vovisti, ne facias. Impia enim est promissio quae scelere adimpletur.
Page 121 - Non est facile stare loco Pauli, et tenere gradum Petri, jam cum Christo regnantium : quia hinc dicitur, non Sanctorum filii sunt qui tenent loca sanctorum, sed qui exercent opera eorum." The Roman correction notes that the latter part of this extract, from quia hinc to the end, is not found in St. Jerome's works : the first part is quoted again in Caus.

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