A Review of Mr. Phillips's History of the Life of Reginald Pole

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J. Whiston and B. White, 1766 - 374 páginas
 

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Página 191 - And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul : but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.
Página 291 - Wherefore these be to signify to the world, that it was not I that did set up the mass at Canterbury, but it was a false, flattering, lying, and dissembling monk which caused the mass to be set up there, without my advice or counsel.
Página 182 - no one, who believes the Scriptures can doubt this." " And is not this," he said, " the very doctrine of the first part of the Creed ; ' that the Father is GOD, the Son is GOD, and the Holy Ghost is GOD; and yet they are not three GODS, but one GOD?
Página 113 - I say unto thee, that thou art Peter, and on this rock will I build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it...
Página 299 - I have written or signed with mine own hand since my degradation : wherein I have written many things untrue. And forasmuch as my hand offended in writing contrary to my heart, therefore my hand shall first be punished ; for if I may come to the fire, it shall be first burned. And as for the Pope, I refuse him, as Christ's enemy and antichrist, with all his false doctrine.
Página 292 - I, with the said Mr. Peter Martyr, and other four or five which I shall choose, will, by God's grace, * take upon us to defend, that not only our Common Prayers of the churches, ministration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies, but also that all the doctrine and religion, by our said sovereign lord king Edward VI., is more pure, and according to God's Word, than any that hath been used in England these thousand years ; so that God's Word may be the judge, and...
Página 300 - His patience in the torment, his courage in dying, if it had been taken either for the glory of God, the wealth of his country, or the testimony of truth, as it was for a pernicious error and subversion of true religion, I could worthily have commended the example, and matched it with the fame of any Father of ancient time...
Página 252 - Laws or divine or human fail'd to move, Or shame of men, or dread of gods above; Heedless alike of infamy or praise, Or Fame's eternal voice in future days; The hour of vengeance, wretches, now is come; Impending fate is yours, and instant doom.
Página 282 - ... of the church, and by that you lived. Which she was content you should keep still, and made promise it should not be taken from you, and so it was left in your hand, as it were an apple in a child's hand, given by the mother, which she perceiving him to feed too much of, and knowing it should do him hurt, if he himself should eat the whole, would have him give her a little piece thereof ; which the boy refusing, and whereas he would cry out if she would take it from him, letteth him alone therewith...
Página 282 - ... keep, and possess such goods and lands of the church as were found in your hands, this was done of the church your mother's tenderness unto you, considering your imbecility and weakness after so sore a sickness that you had in the schism, at the which time your appetite served you to no meat, but to that fruit that came from the lands of the church; and by that you lived, which she was content you should keep still, and made promise it should not be taken from you. And so it was left in your...

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