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Now touching his Examples; he first instanceth in Hus and Pag. 30. Ierome of Prage, who liued anno Domini 1400. that is, [Page 133] some hundred and twenty yeres (or thereabouts) before Luthers Apostasy. To this Example of Hus, in which the Pamphleter cheifly insisteth (for as for Ierome of Prage, he but embraced some of Hus his errours, as learning them from him) I First answere, that supposing Hus had broached all poynts of Protestancy; yet followeth it not, that Luther had receaued the said Doctryne from Hus, by an vninterrupted descent of Beleife (as this Authour pretendeth) for it may well be, that Hus his Errours were extinct in respect of any beleiuers before Luthers dayes: Euen as Aerius denyed prayer for the deade, and the Hereticke Manichaeus freewill (as Lib. de Haeres. c. 23. & 46. S. Austin witnesseth) yet were those Heresyes vtterly extinguished for many ages, till Luther reuiued them. Secondly, the articles, which Hus mantayned (different from the Roman Church) were but foure, as they are recorded by Fox himselfe: Of which, the doctrine of Communion vnder both kinds, was the cheifest: though according to the iudgement of Luther epist. ad Bohem. & lib de captiuit. Babylon [...] de Euchar. Luther, it is a point but of In differency. In all other points Hus was Catholicke, which this Authour calumniously concealeth. Thirdly, Hus mantayned that acknowledged Heresy on all sydes, that Bishopps & Princes (being in mortall sinne) were not to be obayed, but thereby did loose all their authority. Which Heresy is in like sort wholy concealed by this Pamphleter. Concerning the particular prouffes of all which points, euen from the Protestants Confessions, I referre the Reader to the former Dialogue, where Michaeas discouereth them at large: as the like he doth of Wicklefe, Waldo, and others hereafter alledged by this Treatiser. Fourthly, if the Visibility of the Protestant Church may be iustifyed in Hus, or in Waldo, Wicklefe, or in any other hereafter obtruded for a Protestant by this Pamphleter, because eich of them taught two or three (at the most) of Protestant points, then by the same reason may the Protestant Church de sayd to haue beene visible, in the Arians, Athan. in Apolog. pro fulga. for reiecting of Traditions, & for perpetrating many sacrileges agaynst the Sacraments, Altars, and Priests; in Pelagius, Ierom. lib. contra Pelag. for teaching euery sinne to be mortall; [Page 134] in Vigilantius, Ierom. lib. contra Vigilant. for condemning all religious virginity, and affirming the relicks of Saincts are not to be worshipped: In the Manichees, for denying of freewill: And in diuers such others: (4) Austin. lib. de Haeres. c. 46. All branded Hereticks and registred for such, by the orthodoxal Fathers of the Primatiue Church. Now this Inference I would entreate the Reader to obserue, with peculiar application to all the pretended examples of Protestancy, alledged in this Pamphlet. Fiftly, if we should grant heere all that, which is spoken of Hus, yet it but warranteth the visibility of the Protestant Church, only for the age, in which Hus did liue: His doctrine not being taught in ages before.

Now this his shamelesse alleadging of the Greeke Church for Protestants, shalbe confronted with the testimony of Syr Edwin In his Relation of thestate of Religiō vsed in the Westparts of the World, in the last fol [...]o, but fiue. Sands (a man of his owne Religion) who plainly affirmeth, that the Greeke Church doth concurre with Rome in opinion of Transubstantiation, & generally in the sacrifice and whole Body of the Masse, in praying to Saints, in au [...]cular Confession, in offering Sacrifice and prayer for the dead, Purgatory, & worshipping of pictures. Yea the Protestant Deuines In their booke entituled: Acta Theologorum Wittenbergensoum & Ieremiae Patriarchae Constan [...]in [...]p. de Augustana Cō fession &c. Wittenbergae Anno, 1584. of Magdeburg do record, that the Greeke Church doth not only beleiue all the former Articles, recited by Syr Edwin Sands; but also that it beleiueth and teacheth the signifying Ceremonyes of the Masse, Confirmation with Crisme, Extreme V [...]ction, all the seauen Sacraments, Almes for the dead, freewill, Monachisme, vowes of Chastity, the fast of Lent, and other prescribed fasts, that Priests may not mary after Orders taken, and finally that the tradition & [Page 146] [...] [Page 147] [...] [Page 148] doctrine of the Fathers is to be kept. Now heere I refe [...]re to any one not blinded with preiudice, whether the professours of the Greeke Church, are to be accounted for Catholicks or Protestants: And from hence we may disc [...]uer the idle and ridiculous vaunting of this Pamphleter, who in the close of this point touching the Greeke Churches being protestant, and a continuall Vis [...]ili [...]y of Protestancy in the said Churches, thus insulteth: Looke to these places (you Papists) and Imagine, that if there had beene none, but these; yet the words of the Scripture, (i) Pag. 97. which in generality speake of a spouse, had beene true: And Christ had there had his Body vpon earth: and the Church had not beene vtterly extinguished, if neither We, nor the Synago [...]ue of Rome had beene extant. Thus he.

And therefore, Henry the third, and Edward the first, his son, and Richard the second, seeing how many men, not out of any love to Religion, or zeale to Gods service, but craftily, to couzen the King, and other chief Lords, and the Common-Wealth, did thus fraudulently convey their Lands unto the Church, and then took Leases of them again from the Church, meerly to be freed from the Publick Taxes; made those Statutes, Cap 36. against the giving of their Lands in Mort-main, or in a dead hand, that is, the Church; and it is enacted in the great Charter, that it should not be lawful to any man from thence-forth, to give his Lands, to any Religious House, and then to take the same again from the same H use: the which thing, being a meer Collusion and an apparent wrong to the King, to the chief Lord of the Fee, and the Common-Wealth; no Bishop ever justified the same, or held it lawful for the Church to hold such Lands as were so given, contrary to those Acts of Parliament, and those Canons that were made against such deceitful dealings.

But you may remember the Canon, that I quoted to you before, which saith, If any Bishop do grant the Tythes, Caus. 16. qu. 7. c. 3. Oreg. 7. Si quis à modo Episcopus. or other possessions of the Church to any lay man, let him be numbred among the greatest Hereticks, and let his name be like Demas, a lover of this world, more than a lover of God. And I hope, that by this, which I have already shewed, it is apparent unto you, and to all men, that will not be blind, having their eyes open, and grope with the Sodomites for the wall at noon-day, The Donations of good and holy men, whether houses, lands, or goods, which they have freely dedicated, and given to God, to perpetuate the Service, and to promote the Religion of Jesus Christ, ought not by any means to be, either by the Bishop alienated, or by his children, or any other person received, and taken away from the Church contrary to the will and intention of the Donor. And I say here, in the name of God, That no Bishop can passe it away, nor any lay person can receive it and detain it from the Church without sin, and committing a most horrible Sacriledge in the sight of God: And if men did but remember what the Apostle saith, That, a Testament, Heb. 9.17. or a mans last Will, is of force and inviolable after men are dead, and that the very Gentiles and Heathens thought it a piaculum, and a heynous offence, to infringe and alter a mans last Will and Testament. I wonder, why these mens Wills, that gave their own goods (and it was lawful for them to do, what they would with their own) to God, and to maintain Gods Service, should not be of force, and stand unalterable, but that men will, so fearlesly break them, and so presumptuously take away the things that they bequeathed unto God; especially if men considered, the form and style of their Donation, which I find thus expressed in sundrie Copies. These things being lawfully our own, we offer and give to God, for the maintenance of his Service; from whom,Capit. Car. l. 6. cap. 285. if any man presume to take them away, (which we hope no man will attempt to do) but if any man shall do, Let his account be without favour, and his judgement without mercy in the last Day, when he cometh to receive his doom, which is due for his Sacriledge, which he hath committed against that our Lord and God, unto whom we have given and dedicated the same. 041b061a72


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