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The demonstration of Antichrist

This rare[N.America :Folger & Huntington (only) ] little book in quite a formal way "And this we thus proue:" By quoting Church fathers, from Clemens Romanus to St Augustine, that the Pope must be the Anti-christ. What a place to... Continue Reading →

Hugh Latimer The First& …. Sermon preached before King Edward, March 8, 1549

"Of all the English Reformers, Bishop Hugh Latimer was the most popular in his time and probably has the greatest place in the affections of posterity.   Although a passionate preacher and a zealot for reform, in a day when religious... Continue Reading →

Thomas Cranmer Archbishop of Canterbury

187J      Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury Cranmer (1489-1556) A Defence of The True and Catholike doctrine of the sacrament of the body and bloud of our sauiour Christ, with a confutation of sundry errors concernyng the same, grounded and stablished vpon... Continue Reading →

Hugh Latimer The First& …. Sermon preached before King Edward, March 8, 1549

"Of all the English Reformers, Bishop Hugh Latimer was the most popular in his time and probably has the greatest place in the affections of posterity.   Although a passionate preacher and a zealot for reform, in a day when religious... Continue Reading →

The demonstration of Antichrist

This rare[N.America :Folger & Huntington (only) ] little book in quite a formal way "And this we thus proue:" By quoting Church fathers, from Clemens Romanus to St Augustine, that the Pope must be the Anti-christ.     *** 670G  ... Continue Reading →

“THE MOST FAMOUS AMERICAN BOOK OF COLONIAL TIMES + THE INDESPENSIBLE SOURCE FOR COLONIAL SOCIAL HISTORY”

361G Mather, Cotton. 1663-1728 Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New England, from its First Planting in the Year 1620. Unto the Year of Our Lord, 1698. In Seven Books. I. Antiquities: In Seven Chapters. With an Appendix.... Continue Reading →

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