Origines Anglicanæ: or, A history of the English Church, from the first planting of the Christian religion amongst the English Saxons (till the death of king John), 2 vols. 2 vols. [in 3].
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Página 43 - Augustinum episcopum perduxerit, dicite ei, quid diu mecum de causa Anglorum cogitans tractavi: videlicet quia fana idolorum destrui in eadem gente minime debeant; sed ipsa quae in eis sunt idola destruantur ; aqua benedicta fiat, in eisdem fanis aspergatur, altaria construantur, reliquiae ponantur: quia si fana eadem bene constructa sunt, necesse est ut a cultu daemonum in obsequio veri Dei debeant commutari ; ut dum gens ipsa eadem fana sua non videt destrui, de corde errorem deponat, et Deum verum...
Página 276 - Imagines adorari debere, quod omnino ecclesia Dei execratur. [Contra quod scripsit Albinus epistolam ex authoritate divinarum scripturarum mirabiliter affirmatam, illamque cum eodem libro ex persona episcoporum ac principum nostrorum regi Francorum attulit."] Hoveden Annal.
Página 438 - ... that fed forty years God's people; and the clear water, which did then run from the stone in the wilderness, was truly his blood : as Paul wrote in one of his epistles.
Página 43 - Et quia boves solent in sacrificio daemonum multos occidere, debet eis etiam hac de re aliqua solemnitas immutari : ut die dedicationis, vel natalitii sanctorum martyrum quorum illic reliquiae ponuntur, tabernacula sibi circa easdem ecclesias quae ex fanis commutatae sunt, de ramis arborum faciant, et religiosis conviviis...
Página 229 - Lord, and fellowlabourers in the same gospel ; so that, however separated by distance of place, they may notwithstanding be united in the same judgment, and serve God in one spirit, in the same faith, hope, and charity, daily praying for each other, that every one may faithfully persevere to the end in the discharge of his holy function"2.
Página 435 - Truly the bread and the wine, which by the mass of the priest is hallowed, shew one thing without to human understanding, and another thing they call within to believing minds. Without they be seen bread and wine, both in figure and in taste: and they be truly after their hallowing, Christ's body, and his blood through ghostly mystery. An heathen child is christened, yet he altereth not his shape without, though he be changed within. He is brought to the font-stone sinful through Adam's disobedience.
Página 99 - Doth not even nature it self teach you, that if a man wear long hair, it is a shame, to him? That which the light of Nature condemns, is a Moral Evil. The light of Nature is to be our Rule in ordinary cases. The reason why it is a shame to wear long Hair is, because it is a Sin: the light of Nature doth condemn it; therefore it is sinfull. The principal Objection that is brought to evade the...
Página 436 - is between the body Christ suffered in and the body that is hallowed to housel.* The body, truly, that Christ suffered in was born of the flesh of Mary, with blood and...
Página 435 - Even so the holy font-water, that is called the well-spring of life, is like in shape to other waters, and is subject to corruption ; but the Holy Ghost's might cometh to the corruptible water, through the priest's blessing, and it may after wash the body and soul from all sin through ghostly might. Behold now we see two things in this one creature. After true nature that water is corruptible water, and after ghostly mystery, hath hallowing might.