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" Rome was entirely groundless. However, his enemies so far prevailed, that by the most scandalous breach of public faith, he was cast into prison, declared a heretic, because he refused to plead guilty against the dictates of his conscience... "
An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern: From the Birth of Christ, to ... - Página 400
por Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1811
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An Ecclesiastical History, Antient and Modern, from the Birth of ..., Volumen3

Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1803
...orders, were censured with the utmost severity. The enemies, however, of this good man, who were yery numerous both in the kingdom of Bohemia, and also...plead guilty against the dictates of his conscience, SIS' [»] It was observed in the preceding section, that JOHN Huss adopted with zeal, and recommended...
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An ecclesiastical history, antient and modern, from the birth of ..., Volumen3

Johann Lorenz von Mosheim - 1810
...sacerdotal and monastic orders', were censured with the utmost severity. The enemies, however, of this good man, who were very numerous both in the kingdom...plead guilty against the dictates of his conscience, C3* £«] It was observed in the preceding section, tha,t John Huss adopted with zeal, and recommended...
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A Theological Dictionary, Volumen1

Charles Buck - 1810
...having deserted the [church of Rome was entirely groundless. However, his enemies so far prevailed, that, by the most scandalous breach of public faith, he was cast into prison, declared a HUS 359 HUS heroic, because he refused to pleud guilty against the dictates of his conscience, in obedience...
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A Theological Dictionary, Containing Definitions of All ..., Volúmenes1-2

Charles Buck - 1815
...having deserted the church of Rome was entirely groundless. However, his enemies so far prevailed, that, by the most scandalous breach of public faith,...prison, declared a heretic, because he refused to plead çuilty against the dictates of his conscience, in obedience to the council, and burnt aiive...
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A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms, a ...

Charles Buck - 1821
...having deserted the church of Home was entirely groundless. However, his enemies so far prevailed, that, by the most scandalous breach of public faith,...prison, declared a heretic, because he refused to plead guilty against the dictates of his conscience, in obedience to the council, and burnt alive in...
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A theological dictionary, containing definitions of all religious terms ...

Charles Buck - 1824
...deserted the church of Rome was entirely groundless. However, his enemies so far prevailed, that, by_ se between the brethren and risters, not even by marriage....The principal tenets of the Dunkers appear to be th plead guilty against the dictates of his conscience, in obedience to the council, and burnt alive in...
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A Universal Biography: 2d series. From the birth of Christ to the reformation

John Platts - 1825
...country, he obeyed the order of the council, and appeared before it to demonstrate his innocence. But, by the most scandalous breach of public faith, he was cast into prison and declared a heretic, because he refused to plead guilty against the dictates of his conscience,...
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An ecclesiastical history, ancient and modern, tr. by A. Maclaine, Volumen3

Johann Lorenz von Mosheim - 1826
...who were very numerous, colored the accusation that was brought against him with such artifice arid success, that, by the most scandalous breach of public faith, he was Ihrown into prison, declared a heretic, because he refused to obey the order of the council, which...
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The witness, by the author of a dissertation on the 'Advent, kingdom, and ...

Witness - 1827
...very " common, and were generally approved " by the wise and good. The enemies, " however, of this good man, who were " very numerous both in the kingdom...the most scandalous breach of public " faith, he was thrown into prison, de" clared a heretic, because he refused " to obey the order of the council, "...
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Historical Religious Events

John Warner Barber - 1828 - 148 páginas
...his having deserted the Church of Rome was entirely groundless However, his enemies so far prevailed, that, by the most scandalous breach of public faith,...prison, declared a heretic. because he refused to plead guilty against the dictates of his conscience. and burnt alive in 1415 ; a punishment which he...
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