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A discourse sent to the late King James, to persuade him to embrace the Protestant religion
|Statement||by Dr. Samuel Parker, Late Lord Bishop of Oxford ; to which are prefixed two letters ; the first, from Sir Leolyn Jenkins, on the same subject, the second, from the said bishop, with the discourse ; printed from the original manuscript papers, without observation or reflection.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 747:47.|
|Contributions||Jenkins, Leoline, Sir, 1623-1685|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 3-32 p.|
|Number of Pages||32|
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. King James' speech has special t.-p.: King James his speech to both houses of Parliament, on occasion of the gunpowder-treason: with a discourse of the manner of its discovery, and a perfect relation of the whole proceedings Pages: The pope, being informed of Algerius's great learning, and surprising natural abilities, thought it would be of infinite service to the Church of Rome if he could induce him to forsake the Protestant cause. He, therefore, sent for him to Rome, and tried, by the most profane promises, to win him to his purpose.
The title of the work alluded to is: "The State of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James's Government, in which their carriage towards him is justified, and the absolute necessity of their endeavouring to be freed from his Government, and of submitting to their present Majesties, is . CATHOLICISM. CATHOLICISM. In , Martin Luther ( – ) explained — in his famous open letter to Pope Leo X (reigned – ) — that he considered the Roman Curia "more corrupt than any Babylon or Sodom ever was," and that it was "characterized by a completely depraved, hopeless and notorious godlessness." For hundreds of years thereafter, Luther's remarks were construed as.
A feature of our version of "The History of Protestantism" is an index to the entire 24 books of J. A. Wylie's prodigious account of Christianity's remonstrance against the errors of the Church of Rome. As he heard the great master discourse day by day on the sovereignty of grace and the freeness of salvation, a new light would begin to. In the days of King James the Second and King James the Third we find small question of religion moved within this Realm, but in the time of King James the Fourth, in the year of God , thirty persons were summoned before the King and his Great Council, by .
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[Samuel Parker; Leoline Jenkins, Sir]. Parker, Samuel, A discourse sent to the late King James, to persuade him to embrace the Protestant religion by Dr. Samuel Parker, Late Lord Bishop of Oxford ; to which are prefixed two letters ; the first, from Sir Leolyn Jenkins, on the same subject, the second, from the said bishop, with the discourse ; printed from the original.
A discourse sent to the late King James, to persuade him to embrace the Protestant religion by Dr. Samuel Parker, Late Lord Bishop of Oxford ; to which are prefixed two letters ; the first, from Sir Leolyn Jenkins, on the same subject, the second, from the said bishop, with the discourse ; printed from the original manuscript papers, without.
Shewing from the Obligations of his Religion that King James designed to destroy Protestant Subjects p. 14; N. Proved from the Councils of Lateran and Constance, from King James's Zeal, Confessors and Allies ib.
That no Promises of the Prince, nor Laws of the Land can secure Protestant Subjects p. 16; Account of Jerome of Prague's safe. Page 1 Reflections on the Sincerity of the Papists, Occasioned by the SPEECH of William Late Viscount Stafford, On the Scaffold at Tower-Hill.
§ 1. TIS matter of no small surprize, that not withstanding the Discovery of a hor∣rid Popish Plot against the King's Person, the Protestant Religion, and the Government Established by Law, yet the Nation after the Expiration of two years since the.
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