John Rogers: The Compiler of the First Authorised English Bible : the Pioneer of the English Reformation, and Its First Martyr : Embracing a Genealogical Account of His Family, Biographical Sketches of Some of His Principal Descendants, His Own Writings, Etc. Etc

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Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, 1861 - 452 pages

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Page 422 - Christ, that this execution and punishment worthily to be done upon thce, may so be moderated, that the rigour thereof be not too extreme, nor yet the gentleness too much mitigated ; but that it may be to the salvation of thy soul, to the extirpation, terror, and conversion of the heretics, to the unity of the catholic faith...
Page 421 - ... wicked offences of heretical pravity and execrable doctrine ; and that thou hast before us sundry times spoken, maintained, and wittingly and stubbornly defended the said cursed and execrable doctrine, in thy sundry confessions, assertions, and recognitions here judicially before us oftentimes repeated ; and...
Page 40 - Saints next coming, one book of the whole Bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have cure of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it...
Page 193 - ... and therefore have me commended to my brethren, as well in exile as others, and bid them be circumspect in displacing the papists, and putting good ministers into churches; or else their end will be worse than ours.
Page 70 - It is a goodly matter to consider your ignorance. It was " not long ago since you burned Anne Ascue for a piece of " bread, and yet came yourselves soon after to believe and " profess the same doctrine for which you burned her. " And now forsooth you will needs burn me for a piece of
Page 421 - Church, — notwithstanding have found thee obstinate and stiff-necked, willingly continuing in thy damnable opinions and heresies, and refusing to return again unto the true faith and unity of the holy mother- Church; and, as the child of wickedness and darkness...
Page 57 - The Byble,/ which is all the holy Scrip-/ture : In whych are contayned the/ Olde and Newe Testament truly/ and purely translated into En-/glysh by Thomas Matthew./ C Esaye.
Page 145 - was such, that he never did what he aimed at, never aimed at what he intended, never intended what he said, and never said what he thought : whereby he carried it so, that others should do his business when they opposed it, and he should undermine theirs when he seemed to promote it. A man that was to be traced like the fox, and read like Hebrew, backward : if you would know what he did, you must observe what he did not.
Page 178 - Come, brother Rogers, must we two take this matter first in hand and fry these faggots ?" " Yea, Sir, with God's grace,
Page 422 - ... and a person wrapped in the sentence of the great curse, to be degraded worthily for thy demerits, (requiring them, notwithstanding, in the bowels of our Lord Jesus Christ, that this execution and punishment worthily to be done upon thee, may...

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