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An account of the cruel persecutions, rais"d by the French clergy

Claudius Rey

An account of the cruel persecutions, rais"d by the French clergy

since their taking sanctuary here, against several worthy ministers, gentlemen, gentlewomen, and tradesmen, ... By Claudius Rey, ...

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Published by printed for J. Roberts in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 5571, no. 21.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination96p.
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17060895M

Persecutions against the Catholic Church took place throughout the pontificate of Pope Pius XII (). Pius' reign coincided with the Second World War, the commencement of the Cold War and the accelerating European this time, the Catholic Church faced persecution under Fascist and Communist governments.. The Nazi persecution of the church was at its most extreme in. Catholicism, the religion of a now small majority of French people, is no longer the state religion that it was before the French Revolution, as well as throughout several non-republican regimes of the 19th century (the Restoration, the July Monarchy and the Second French Empire).

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De La Pillonniere : and containing a detection of fraud in the distribution of the l. of the Royal Bounty. Cruel Persecutions of the Protestants in the Kingdom of France: First American Reprint of the English Translation, Published in London in (Classic Reprint) [Claude, Jean] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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A Short Account Of The Complaints And Cruel Persecutions Of The Protestants In The Kingdom Of FranceAuthor: Jean Claude.

An Account of the Persecutions of Calabria An Account of the Persecutions of Michael de Molinos, a Native of Spain Michael de Molinos, a Spaniard of a rich and honorable family, entered, when young, into priest's orders, but would not accept of any preferment in the Church.

CHAPTER VII An Account of the Life and Persecutions of John Wickliffe. It will not be inappropriate to devote a few pages of this work to a brief detail of the lives of some of those men who first stepped forward, regardless of the bigoted power which opposed all reformation, to stem the time of papal corruption, and to seal the pure doctrines of the Gospel with their blood.

Waldenses, Albigenses & Huguenots etc - PDF Books on DVDrom Only $ (I only ship to the United States) An Abridgment of the Book of Martyrs to which are prefixed, the living testimonies of the church of God, and faithful martyrs, in different ages of the world by John Foxe Cruel persecutions of the Protestants in the kingdom.

The martyrs, upon this occasion, were innumerable; but the principal we shall give some account of. Fabian, the bishop of Rome, was the first person of eminence who felt the severity of this persecution. The deceased emperor, Philip, had, on account of his integrity, committed his treasure to.

Chapter 7 An Account of the Life and Persecutions of John Wickliffe It will not be inappropriate to devote a few pages of this work to a brief detail of the lives of some of those men who first stepped forward, regardless of the bigoted power which opposed all reformation, to stem the time of papal corruption, and to seal the pure doctrines of.

Inthe French Catholics conducted the St. Bartholemew's Day massacre in which hundreds of Huguenot Lutherans were killed. For a period of over years, the Protestants suffered cruel persecutions in which an untold number of lives were sacrificed.

THE FRENCH BIBLE WAS PERSECUTED JACQUES LEFEVRE (), a professor at the University of Paris, published a French New Testament in and the complete French Bible in For his labor of love for the French people, the elderly Lefevre was hated and persecuted by the Romanist authorities.

book of Martyrs. They serve to show the hideous nature of persecution, and the benefit of christian missions.

At the close of this volume will be found a sketch of the French revolution ofas connected with persecution. It has long been the practice of Fox's Book of Martyrs, by John Foxe 7. The persecution of Chosroes I from to was directed chiefly against the bishops and clergy.

He also destroyed churches and monasteries and imprisoned Persian noblemen who had become Christians. The last persecution by Persian kings was that of Chosroes II (), who made war on all Christians alike during and John Calvin heard of the new doctrines with a shudder, nothing doubting that the heretics deserved the fire to which they were given.

Yet all unwittingly he was brought face to face with the heresy and forced to test the power of Romish theology to combat the Protestant teaching. In the Book of Revelation, John of the Apocalypse may have referred to Domitian when he described a beast from the abyss who blasphemes heaven and drinks the blood of the saints.

Domitian repelled invasions from Dacia (modern—day Rumania)—something later emperors. Start studying PERSECUTION OF THE WAY - CHAPTER 3.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. On account of this mandate, many eminent persons in the church and state fell martyrs to the ignorance and ferocity of the pagans.

Constantine the Great being informed of the persecutions in Persia, wrote a long letter to the Persian monarch, in which he recounts the vengeance that had fallen on persecutors, and the great success that had. Persecutions of Christians were sporadic and locally inspired.

One traditional account of killing is the Persecution in Lyon in which Christians were purportedly mass-slaughtered by being thrown to wild beasts under the decree of Roman officials for reportedly.

General Persecutions in Germany The general persecutions in Germany were principally occasioned by the doctrines and ministry of Martin Luther. Indeed, the pope was so terrified at the success of that courageous reformer, that he determined to engage the emperor, Charles V, at any rate, in the scheme to attempt their extirpation.Similien, or Similianus, was a 4th-century, French Bishop and Saint.

St. Similien, lived in the early fourth century and was the third bishop of Nantes, who, according to St. Gregory of Tours, was given the title of grand is recorded as converting to Christianity a certain Donatian, who in turn brought to the Christian faith his brother Rogatian.".Novatian (c.

–) was a scholar, priest, theologian and antipope between and Some Greek authors give his name as Novatus, who was an African presbyter. He was a noted theologian and writer, the first Roman theologian who used the Latin language, at a time when there was much debate about how to deal with Christians who had lapsed and wished to return, and the issue of penance.