Original Letters Relative to the English Reformation: Written During the Reigns of King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary: Chiefly from the Archives of Zurich, Volume 2
University Press, 1847
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Pagina 749 - And God is able to make all grace abound toward you ; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work...
Pagina 9 - Of these, the first had for its main object 'the reprinting, without abridgment, alteration, and omission, of the best works of the Fathers and early Writers of the Reformed English Church, published in the period between the accession of king Edward VI.
Pagina 9 - Member of the Council shall have due notice of the Meetings of that body, at which not less than five shall constitute a quorum. VI. — That the President, Treasurer, and Secretary, and at least three ordinary Members of the Council, shall be elected annually by ballot, at a General Meeting to be held in the month of May ; the three senior ordinary Members of the Council to retire annually.
Pagina 535 - We yesterday waited upon the archbishop of Canterbury, that most benevolent and kind father of the churches and of godly men ; who received and entertains us as brethren, not as dependents.
Pagina 592 - This good man, however, a Scotsman by nation, has so wrought upon the minds of many persons that we may hope some good to the Church will at length arise from it; which I earnestly implore the Lord to grant.
Pagina 574 - In addition to the ancient errors5 respecting paedo-baptism, the Incarnation of Christ, the authority of the magistrate, the [lawfulness of an] oath, the property and community of goods, and the like, new ones are rising up every day, with which we have to contend. The chief opponents, however, of Christ's divinity are the Arians, who are now beginning to shake our Churches with greater violence than ever, as they deny the conception of Christ by the Virgin6.
Pagina 514 - English youths have come over to us in great numbers within a few days, partly from Oxford and partly from Cambridge; whom many godly merchants are bringing up to learning, that should it please God to restore religion to its former state in that kingdom, they may be of some benefit to the Church of England'.
Pagina 749 - Blessed is he who considereth the poor and needy ; the Lord will deliver him in the time of trouble.
Pagina 745 - Whether the son of a king, upon his father's death, though unable by reason of his tender age to conduct the government of the kingdom, is nevertheless by right of inheritance to be regarded as a lawful magistrate, and as such to be obeyed as of Divine right ? " This, illustrating his statement by a reference to King Edward the Sixth of England, Bullinger answers in the 1 "Works,