Genealogical Memoirs of John Knox and of the Family of Knox

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Grampian Club, 1879 - Genealogical Memoirs - 184 pages
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Page 82 - CHRIST'S natural flesh and blood. For the sacramental bread and wine remain still in their very natural substances, and therefore may not be adored (for that were idolatry, to be abhorred of all faithful Christians) ; and the natural body and blood of our SAVIOUR CHRIST are in heaven, and not here, it being against the truth of CHRIST'S natural body to be at one time in more places than one.
Page 125 - What I have been to my country, albeit this unthankful age will not know, yet the ages to come will be compelled to bear witness to the truth.
Page 82 - ... any real and essential presence there being of Christ's natural flesh and blood : for as concerning the sacramental bread and wine, they remain still in their very natural substances, and therefore may not be adored; for that were idolatry to be abhorred of all faithful Christians : and as concerning the natural body and blood of our Saviour Christ, they are in heaven, and not here ; for it is against the truth of Christ's natural body to be in more places than in one at one time.
Page 119 - I had my pen and my little buike, and tuke away sic things as I could comprehend. In the opening up of his text, he was moderat the space of an...
Page 81 - Darby; next Year two in the Marches of Scotland, two in York-shire; the third Year, two in Devonshire, two in Hampshire ; fourth Year, two in Norfolk and Essex, and two in Kent and Sussex, &c.
Page 48 - Mrs. K. have not been so tired of my company as I feared. The few days which I passed with you in your beautiful island, are amongst the whitest in my existence ; and as such I shall recollect them, — not without the hope of our meeting...
Page 84 - The first, he would not only be a whetstone to quicken and sharp the Bishop of Canterbury, whereof he hath need; but also he would be a great confounder of the Anabaptists lately sprung up in Kent.
Page 82 - A runagate Scot* did take away the adoration or worshipping of Christ in the sacrament; by whose procurement that heresy was put into the last communion book : so much prevailed that one man's authority at that time.
Page 93 - And assure yourself of that, that whenever a greater number among you shall call upon me than now hath bound me to serve them, by His grace it shall not be the fear of punishment, neither yet of the death temporal, that shall impede my coming to j un.

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