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" the consecrated host, which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him. "
The Life of John Wickliff: With an Appendix and List of His Works - Page 137
by Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1826 - 207 pages
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The history of the life and sufferings of ... John Wicliffe

John Lewis - 1720 - 80 pages
...tained and publimed XVI Conclufions, the firft of which is, That * The confecrated Hoft which w$ * fee upon the Altar, is neither CHRIST nor any * Part of him, but an effe&ual Sign of him.' On thefe Conclufions he offered to difpute publickly with any one. But, it is...
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The History of the Church of Christ, Volume 4, Issue 1

Joseph Milner - Church history - 1809
...With this view he published sixteen conclusions, the first of which is expressed in these words, " The consecrated host, which we see upon the altar...nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him." And he offered to defend this and his other conclusions in public disputation with any one. But he...
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The History of the Church of Christ, Volume 4

Joseph Milner - 1812
...\Vith this view he published sixteen conclusion?, the first of which is expressed in these words, " The consecrated host, which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ nor any part 01 him, but an effectual sign of him." And he otfered to defend tins and his other conclusions in public...
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The History of the Life and Sufferings of the Reverend and Learned John ...

John Lewis - 1820 - 389 pages
...conclusions, the first ofBodi. ies. which is, that "the consecrated Host which we see upon c °" " the altar, is neither Christ nor any part of him, but an ef" fectual sign of him." The fifth of these conclusions asserts, that " transubstantiation, idemptification,...
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The History of the Life & Sufferings of the Reverend & Learned John Wiclif ...

John Lewis - 1820 - 389 pages
...conclusions, the first ofuodi. I6s. which is, that "the consecrated Host which we see uponc°11-No.l9" the altar, is neither Christ nor any part of him, but an ef" fectual sign of him." The fifth of these conclusions asserts, that " transubstantiation, identification,...
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The Life of John Wickliff: With an Appendix and List of His Works

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Theologians - 1826 - 207 pages
...by virtue of the words of Christ, ceased to be John, or anything that he substantially was hefore. Agreeably to this, it must not be believed, that,...transubstantiation, idemplification, impanation, words which the friars, or baptists of signs, as he calls his oppo* In the Bodleian Library, Hyp. I(i3, and...
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The Life of John Wycliffe

Thomas Murray - 1829 - 167 pages
...general tenor of them that he was completely opposed to the doctrine of popery on the subject. In the first of them he asserts " that the consecrated host,...In the fifth he maintains that transubstantiation, or any word of similar import, of which the friars used many, have no foundation in Scripture. After...
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The Harbingers of the Reformation: Or, A Biographical Sketch of Wickliffe ...

1829 - 179 pages
...Christ are not substantially, but figuratively contained in them. " The consecrated host," says he, " which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him." The " conclusions," sixteen in number, of which this was the first, he offered to defend publicly in...
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1831
...far were the religious at that time from relieving all the poor of the nation at their gates." C 2 see upon the altar, is neither Christ nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him." On these conclusions Wickliff offered to dispute publicly. In his Trialogus, (lib. iv. ch. 7.) Wickliff...
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The Life of John Wycliffe, D.D.

Margaret Coxe - Reformation - 1840 - 272 pages
...conferred a peculiar dignity on the symbols made use of in the sacramental feast, he yet especially stated, that " the consecrated host which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ or any part of him, but an effectual sign of him." At this period the religious orders possessed a...
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