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Seite 145 - All sacrifices do but speed forward that great day, when the knowledge of the Lord shall cover the earth as the waters cover the sea.
Seite 63 - ... pernicious books, detest them, abhor them, keep them not in your hands, deliver them to the superiors, such as call for them ; and if, by reading of them heretofore, any thing...
Seite 104 - ... his handful of clay ; though his living groups, his crawling reptiles, his 'slimy snails, his slippery frogs, his lively lizards, and his damp herbs and dripping mosses had never adorned those dishes...
Seite 58 - Some man will ask, peradventure, Why I take the labour to make this work, inasmuch as they will burn it, seeing they burnt the Gospel? I answer, In burning the New Testament they did none other thing than that I looked for ; no more shall they do if they burn me also, if it be God's will it shall so be.
Seite 52 - I had no man to counterfeit, neither was helped with English of any that had interpreted the same or such like thing in the scripture beforetime.
Seite 51 - if it would stand with the king's most gracious pleasure, to grant only a bare text of the scriptures to be put forth among his people...
Seite 52 - ... to affirm that good is the natural cause of evil, and darkness to proceed out of light, and that lying should be grounded in truth and verity ; and not rather clean contrary, that light destroyeth darkness, and verity reproveth all manner of lying.