A letter written to a friend concerning popish idolatry

  • 33 Pages
  • 2.69 MB
  • English
Printed for Charles Harper , London
Catholic Church -- Controversial liter
Statementby Herbert Lord Bishop of Hereford
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1253:19
The Physical Object
Pagination[1], 33 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15024072M

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A letter written to a friend concerning popish idolatry / by Herbert Lord Bishop of Hereford Croft, Herbert, [ Book, Microform: ]. This Sir Robert Bracher aforesaid, coming to Hadley to the burial of a certain friend of his, and God's great enemy, one Walter Clark, albeit he came somewhat too late to the market, (as he said,) yet desirous to utter such popish pelf and packware as he brought with him, he opened there his baggage of pestilent doctrine, preaching in the same.


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This letter was written to my friend's former pastor. It was subsequently forwarded to the elders of his former church, a small congregation in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Christ-mass is a mixture of Pagan idolatry and Popish invention.

The Roman Catholic Church hates the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This one thing, however, we can scarcely refrain from mentioning, with regard to what is written in the 24th chapter of the aforesaid Confession [Second Helvetic] concerning the "festival of our Lord's nativity.

John Rainolds, D. D.— This celebrated divine was born at Penboe, near Exeter, in the yearand educated in Corpus Christi college, Oxford. At first he was a zealous papist, and his brother William a professed protestant; but engaging in conference and disputation, the brothers, it is said, converted each ether; William becoming a most inveterate papist, and John an avowed protestant.

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Roman-Catholick principles in reference to God and the King explained in a letter to a friend and now made publick to shew the connexion between the said principles and the late Popish plot. ([London: s.n.], ), by James Maurus Corker and M. (HTML at EEBO TCP).

The Latin translation found in the Book of Concord of was furnished by Selneccer; this was revised for the official Latin Concordia of 78] Tract on the Power and Primacy of the Pope. Melanchthon's "Tract Concerning the Power and Primacy of the Pope, _Tractatus de Potestate et Primatu Papae_," presents essentially the same thoughts.

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Jablonski's letter is given the following. A LETTER, Produced by BONNER, written by some Friend of Mr. PHILPOT'S, and sent to him, concerning the Usage of Mr.

GREEN, in Bonner's House at London. A LETTER Written by Lady VANE to Mr. PHILPOT, exhibited likewise by Bishop BONNER.

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"If Christ Himself had written the book and set it forth as a text-book, so to speak, of His religion, we would rest securely in it, and have no need to inquire farther. "The Scriptures indeed is a divine book but it is a dead letter, which has to be. Once more, a comparison of the Letter sent to Lord Mounteagle with a Declaration not only signed by Father Oldcorne but entirely in his handwriting, dated the 12th of March,reveals this remarkable fact that there is, first, a general similarity between the penmanship of both documents; and, secondly, there is a particular similarity in.

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C., An Account of Dr. Martin Bucer went furthest in this direction and taught in his "Dialogues" () the right and the duty of Christian magistrates to reform the church, to forbid and punish popish idolatry, and all false religions, according to the full rigor of the Mosaic law.

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Main Article Primary Sources (1) John Foxe, Foxe's Book of Martyrs () By reading this history, a person should be able to see that the religion of Christ, meant to be spirit and truth, had been turned into nothing but outward observances, ceremonies, and idolatry.The Copy of a Popish Letter to the Bishop of Dover, by Thomas Gold well, a Priest.

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