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Page 208 - The Oath of the King's Supremacy. I FROM henceforth shall utterly renounce, refuse, relinquish, and forsake the bishop of Rome, and his authority, power, and jurisdiction. And I shall never consent nor agree that the bishop of Rome shall...
Page 351 - An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in. Parliament, for the calling of an Assembly of learned and godly Divines, and others, to be consulted with by the Parliament, for the settling of the government and liturgy of the Church of England ; and for vindicating and clearing of the doctrine of the said Church from false aspersions and interpretations.
Page 65 - September 5th, 1524 : Man sol das Evangelium und sine annemer nit schirmen mit dem schwert oder sy sich selbsz . . . rechte gleubige Christen sind Schaf mitten unter den wolfen, etc. [Men should not defend the Gospel and those who accept it, or themselves with the sword : the real faithful Christians are as sheep in the midst of wolves.] In CORNELIUS, Gcsch.
Page 208 - I FROM henceforth shall utterly renounce, refuse, relinquish, and forsake the Bishop of Rome, and his authority, power, and jurisdiction. And I shall never consent nor agree, that the bishop of Rome shall practise, exercise, or have, any...
Page 98 - ... igth of April, appealing to the Spires " recess " of 1526, which would render the new resolutions " of no effect and not binding." Amongst the princes only John, Philip, George of Brandenburg, Ernest of Liineburg and Wolfgang of Anhalt gave support to it : but the fourteen Upper German cities,— Strasburg, Nuremberg, Ulm, Constance, Lindau, Memmingen, Kempten, Nordlingen, Heilbronn, Reutlingen, Isny, St. Gall, Weissenburg and Windsheim gave in their adherence. Next day the Princes handed over...
Page 210 - ... loco esse oporteat, idcirco Christi corpus, in multis et diversis locis, eodem tempore, praesens esse non potest.
Page 354 - ; having " the right and power of spiritual administration and government in itself and over itself, by the common and free consent of the people, independently, and immediately under Christ, always in the best order they can.
Page 144 - Luther had expressed the opinion that he did not know how to prevent bigamy nee repugnat saeris literis (although the practice should be resisted, Enders IV 283) ; similarly, in the sermons on Genesis delivered at the same time, but not printed until 1527: " I could not prevent it at the present day, but I would not advise it " (EA 33, 324). Certainly, when Philip, in 1526, had put the question directly to him, he had answered with a decided refusal, since there was no positive divine command in...
Page 403 - ... the NEW Testament, while J. Tarnor of Rostock (died 1629) equally devoted his attention to exegesis ; also, the work akin to humanism on the linguistic side of interpretation was carried on by Joachim Camerarius (died 1574), Flacius and others, and found a valuable compilation in the Philologia sacra of Salomo Glassius (professor at Jena, then generalsuperintendent at Gotha (died 1656).