Three Primers Put Forth in the Reign of Henry VIII

9780217902069: Three Primers Put Forth in the Reign of Henry VIII

This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1834. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... this field was bought to bury in the strangers or wayfaring men. For the very true rest and tranquillity of our consciences is bought and procured, as through Christ's death, which are here strangers, going to the very heavenly city of Jerusalem, that is to say, to a perpetual placea and rest. Wherefore it was well worthy, that this text of the prophet by name should be here remembered. Now let us prosecute the history of the passion. In this sixth part are contained what was done in the first inquisition before Pilate, and afterward before Herod. After this, when the Jews thought themselves well and Luke, sufficiently instruct to accuse Christ, the multitude rose up from the council and presented him unto Pilate. For they would not enter into their own house or judgment hall, lest they should have polluted their selves. For these holy hypocrites and false Pharisees should celebrate and keep holy their passover day on the morrow. Here may ye see how scrupulous was their ungodly holiness. Wherefore Pilate went forth unto them, asking John, them, wherefore they accused this man, and they answered, If he were not a malefactor, we had not in any wise delivered him unto thee. With the which answer, so proudly spoken, Pilate was somewhat offended, and bade them proceed with him as they had begun, and to judge him after their own laws. And they denied that it was lawful for them to slay any man. And thus was it ordained of God, that Christ should be crucified of the Gentiles, as he oft times before told it unto his disciples. Then began they to accuse Christ again, that he had Luke, made seditions among the people through his doctrine, which they were about to make appear damnable and seditious, saying, that he forbade tribute to be given to the emperor. And a...

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