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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 history of the life and sufferings of ... John Wicliffe - Page 45
by John Lewis - 1720 - 80 pages
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The History of the Life and Sufferings of the Reverend and Learned John ...

John Lewis - Reformation - 1720 - 405 pages
...which is, That * The confecrated Hoft which we .* fee upon the AJtar, is neither CHRIST nor any ' Parr of him, but an effe&ual Sign of him.' On thefe Conclufions...publickly with any one. But, it is faid, he was prohibited who were Po&prs in Divinity ; On which Dr. Wiclife publiflicd his Opinion Of feynedas follows. Clje...
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The History of the Church of Christ, Volume 4, Issue 1

Joseph Milner - Church history - 1809
...sixteen conclusions, the first of which is expressed in these words, " The consecrated host, which we see upon the altar is neither Christ nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him." And he offered to defend this and his other conclusions in public disputation...
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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
...manuscript ;* and, in the very first of them, he asserts, " That the consecrated host which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ, nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him." In the fifth, he maintains, that transubstantiation, idemplification, impanation,...
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The Life of John Wickliff: With an Appendix and List of His Works

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Theologians - 1826 - 207 pages
...manuscript ;* and, in the very first of them, he asserts, " That the consecrated host which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ, nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him." In the fifth, he maintains, that transubstantiation, idemplification, impanation,...
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The Life of John Wycliffe

Thomas Murray - 1829 - 167 pages
...of popery on the subject. In the first of them he asserts " that the consecrated host, which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ, nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him.'' In the fifth he maintains that transubstantiation, or any word of similar...
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The Harbingers of the Reformation: Or, A Biographical Sketch of Wickliffe ...

1829 - 179 pages
...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...
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1831
...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,...
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Wickliffe and His Times

Enoch Pond - 1841 - 197 pages
...1381, he put forth twelve conclusions, in which he maintained that " the consecrated host which we see upon the altar, is neither Christ, nor any part of him, but an effectual sign of him ; and that transubstantiation, identification, or impanation rest upon no Scriptural...
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