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ENGLISH ED. 1571. AMERICAN REVIS. 1801. tus institutorum Christi tol- trie, both in hearing the hearing the Word of God, litur, aut gratia donorum word of God, and in the and in receiving the SacDei minuitur, quoad eo8 receauing of the Sacra- raments. Neither is the qui fide et ritè sibi oblata mentes. Neither is yo ef-effect of Christ's ordinance percipiunt, quæ propter in- fect of Christes ordinaunce taken away by their wickstitutionem CHRISTI et taken away by their wick-edness, nor promissionem efficacia sunt, ednesse, nor the grace of of God's gifts diminished licet per malos administren- Gods gyftes diminished from such as by faith, and tur.
from such as by fayth and rightly, do receive the Sacryghtly do receaue the raments ministered unto Sacramentes ministered them; which be effectual, vnto them, which be ef- because of Christ's instifectuall, because of Christes tution and promise, alinstitution and promise, although they be ministered though they be ministred by evil men.
by euyll men. Ad Ecclesiae tamen disci Neuerthelesse, it apper Nevertheless, it apperplinam pertinent, ut in teyneth to the discipline taineth to the discipline malos ministros inquiratur, of the Churche, that enqui- of the Church, that inaccusentúrque ab hijs, qui rie be made of euyl min- quiry be made of evil eorum flagitia nouerint, at- istres, and that they be ac- Ministers, and that they que tandem iusto conuicti cused by those that baue be accused by those that iudicio, deponantur. knowledge of their of- have knowledge of their
fences: and finally, beyng offences; and finally, being founde gyltie by iust iudge- found guilty, by just judgment, be deposed. ment be deposed.
Of Baptism. Baptismus non est tan Baptisme is not onely a Baptism is not only a tùm professionis signum ac signe of profession, and sign of profession, and discriminis nota, qua Chri- marke of difference, where- mark of difference, wherestiani d non Christianis dis- by Christian men are dis- by Christian men are discernantur, sed etiam est si- cerned from other that be cerned from others that gnum Regenerationis, per not christened: but is also be not christened, but it quod tanquam per instru- a signe of regeneration or is also a sign of Regeneramentum recte baptismum newe byrth, whereby as by tion or New-Birth, wheresuspitientes, ecclesiæ inserun- an instrument, they that re- by, as by an instrument, tur, promissiones de Remis- ceaue baptisme rightly, are they that receive Baptism sione peccatorum atque Adop- grafted into the Church: rightly are grafted into the tione nostra in filios Dei, the promises of the for- Church; the promises of per Spiritum sanctum uisi- geuenesse of sinne, and of the forgiveness of sin, and
ED. LAT. 1563.
ENGLISH ED. 1571. AMERICAN REvis, 1801. bolum ad judicium sibi man-Christe, but rather to their but rather, to their conducant et bibunt.]
condemnation do eate and demnation, do eat and drinke the signe or Sacra- drink the sign or Sacrament of so great a thing. ment of so great a thing.
XXX. De Vtraque Specie.
Of both kindes.
Of both Kinds. Calix Domini Laicis non The cuppe of the Lorde The Cup of the Lord is est denegandus : utraque is not to be denyed to the not to be denied to the enim pars dominici sacra- laye people. For both the Lay-people: for both the menti ex Christi institutione partes of the Lordes Sac- parts of the Lord's Sacraet præcepto, omnibus Chri-rament, by Christes ordi- ment, by Christ's ordistianis ex æquo adminis- naunce and commaunde- nance and commandment, trari debet.
ment, ought to be minis- ought to be ministered to tred to all Christian men all Christian men alike. alike.
XXXI. De unica Christi oblatione of the one oblation of Christe of the one Oblation of Christ in Cruce perfecta.
finished oppon the Crosse. finished upon the Cross. Oblatio Christi semel facta, The offering of Christ The Offering of Christ perfecta est redemptio, pro- once made, is the perfect once made is that perfect pitiatio, et satisfactio pro redemption, propiciation, redemption, propitiation, omnibus peccatis totius mun- and satisfaction for all the and satisfaction, for all the di, tam originalibus quam sinnes of the whole worlde, sins of the whole world, actualibus. Neque præter both originall and actuall, both original and actual; illam unicam est ulla alia and there is none other and there is none other pro peccatis expiatio. Vnde satisfaction for sinne, but satisfaction for sin, but missarum sacrificia, quibus that alone. Wherefore the that alone. Wherefore the uulgo dicebatur, Sacerdotem sacrifices of Masses, in the sacrifices of Masses, in the offerre Christum in remis- which it was commonly which it was commonly sionem pæna aut culpæ pro said that the Priestes did said that the Priest did uiuis et defunctis, blasphema Offer Christe for the quicke offer Christ for the quick figmenta sunt, et pernitiosce and the dead, to haue re- and the dead, to have reimposture.
mission of payne or gylt, mission of pain or guilt, were blasphemous fables, were blasphemous fables, and daungerous deceits. and dangerous deceits.
XXXII. De Coniugio Sacerdotum. Of the mariage of Priestes. Of the Marriage of Priests.
Episcopis, Presbyteris, et Byshops, Priestes, and Bishops, Priests, and Diaconis, nullo mandato di- Deacons, are not com-Deacons, are not
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ENGLISH ED. 1571, AMERICAN REVIS. 1801. multarum superstitionum hath geuen occasion to hath given occasion to dedit occasionem."
many superstitions. many superstitions. Corpus Christi datur, ac The body of Christe is The Body of Christ is cipitur, et manducatur in geuen, taken, and eaten in given, taken, and eaten, in cæna, tantùm cælesti et spi- the Supper only after an the Supper, only after an rituali ratione. Medium au- heauenly and spirituall heavenly and spiritual mantem quo Corpus Christi ac- maner: And the meane ner. And the mean wherecipitur et manducatur in whereby the body of by the Body of Christ is cæna, fides est.
Christe is receaued and received and eaten in the eaten in the Supper, is Supper, is Faith.
fayth. Sacramentum Eucharistiæ The Sacrament of the The Sacrament of the ex institutione Christi non Lordes Supper was not Lord's Supper was not by seruabatur, circumferebatur, by Christes ordinaunce re- Christ's ordinance reserved, eleuabatur, nec adorabatur. serued, caryed about, lyft- carried about, lifted up, or
ed vp, or worshipped. worshiped.
Of the wicked which do not of the Wicked, which eat not
eate the body of Christe in the Body of Christ in the the vse of the Lordes Sup use of the Lord's Supper.
per. [Impii, et fide viua de The wicked, and suche The Wicked, and such stituti, licet carnaliter et as be voyde of a liuelye as be void of a lively faith, visibiliter (ot Augustinus lo- fayth, although they do although they do carnally quitur) corporis et sangui- carnally and visibly presse and visibly press with their nis Christi sacramentum with their teeth (as Saint teeth (as Saint Augustine dentibus premant, nullo ta- Augustine sayth) the Sac- saith) the Sacrament of men modo Christi participes rament of the body and the Body and Blood of efficiuntur. Sed potius tan- blood of Christ: yet in no Christ; yet in no wise are tæ rei sacramentum seu sym-lwyse are the partakers of they partakers of Christ:
· The following clanse against the real presence and ubiquity of Christ's body was here added in the Parker Latin MS., but struck out in the Synod : 'Christus in cælum ascendens, corpori suo Immortalitatem dedit, Naturam non abstulit humane enim nature veritatem (iuxta Scripturas), perpetuo retinet, quam uno et definito Loco esse, et non in multa, vel omnia simul loca diffundi oportet. Quum igitur Christus in celum sublatus, ibi usque ad finem seculi permansurus, atque inde, non aliunde (ut loquitur Augustinus) venturus sit, ad indicandum viuos et mortuos, non debet quisquam fidelium, et carnis eius, et sanguinis, realem, et corpora. lem (ut loquuntur) presentiam in Eucharistia vel credere, vel profiteri. Corpus tamen Christi datur,' etc.
* This Article, which agrees with the Zwinglian and Calvinistic theory against the Lutheran, is wanting in all the printed copies until 1571, and has here been supplied from the Parker MS. See Hardwick, p. 315, note 3, and p. 143.
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ENGLISH ED. 1571. AMERICAN REVIS. 1801. Traditiones et cæremonias Whosocuer through his Whosoever, through his ecclesiasticas quæ cum uerbo priuate iudgement, wyll- private judgment, willingDei non pugnant, et sunt yngly and purposely doth ly and purposely, doth autoritate publica institutæ openly breake the tradi- openly break the Tradiatque probato, quisquis pri- tions and ceremonies of tions and Ceremonies of uato consilio uolens et data the Church, which be not the Church, which be not opera publicè uiolauerit, is, repugnaunt to the worde repugnant to the Word of ut qui peccat in priblicum of God, and be ordayned God, and be ordained and ordinem ecclesice, quique le- and approued by common approved by common audit autoritatem Magistra- aucthoritie, ought to be thority, ought to be retus, et qui infirmorum fra- rebuked openly (that other buked openly (that others trum conscientias uulnerat, may feare to do the lyke), may fear to do the like), publicè, ut cæteri timeant, as he that offendeth agaynst as he that offendeth against arguendus est.
the Common order of the the common order of the Churche and hurteth the Church, and hurteth the aucthoritie of the Magis- authority of the Magistrate, and woundeth the trate, and 'woundeth the consciences of the weake consciences of the weak brethren.
brethren. Quælibet ecclesia particu- Euery particuler or na Every particular or nalaris, siue nationalis auto tionalł Churche, hath auc- tional Church hath authorritatem habet instituendi, thoritieto ordaine, chaunge, ity to ordain, change, and mutandi, aut abrogandi co- and abolishe ceremonies or abolish, Ceremonies or Rites remonias aut ritus Ecclesi- rites of the Churche or- of the Church ordained asticos, humana tantum deyned onlye by mans auc-only by man's authority, autoritate institutos, modò thoritie, so that all thinges so that all things be done omnia ædificationem fiant. be done to edifiyng. to edifying
XXXV. Catalogus Homiliarum. Of Homilies.
Of the Homilies. Tomus secundus Homilia The seconde booke of The Second Book of rum, quarum singulos titulos Homilies, thé seuerall titles Homilies, the several titles huic Articulo subiunximus, whereof we haue ioyned whereof we have joined continet piam et salutarem vnder this article, doth under this Article, doth doctrinam, et hijs tempori- conteyne a godly and contain a godly and wholebus necessariam, ' non minus wholesome doctrine, and some Doctrine, and necesquàm prior Tomus Homilia- necessarie for these tymes, sary for these times, as rum quæ æditæ sunt tempore as doth the former booke doth the former Book of Edwardi sexti. Itaque eas of Homilies, which were Homilies, which were set in ecclesijs per ministros di- set foorth in the time of forth in the time of Edligenter et clarè, ut à populo Edwarde the sixt: and ward the Sixth; and there
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ENGLISH ED. 1571. AMERICAN REVIS. 1801. intelligi possint, recitandas, therefore we iudge them to fore we judge them to esse iudicamus.
be read in Churches by the be read in Churches by Ministers diligently, and the Ministers, diligently distinctly, that they may and distinctly, that they be ynderstanded by the may be understanded of people.
the people. (XXXIV.) Catalogus Homiliarum. Of the names of the Homilies. Of the Names of the Homilies. De recto ecclesiæ usu. 1 Of the right vse of the 1. Of the right Use of the Aduersus Idololatriæ peri Churche.
2 Agaynst perill of Idola- 2. Against Peril of Idol. De reparandis ac purgandis trie.
3 Of repayring and keping 3. Of repairing and keepDe bonis operibus.
cleane of Churches. ing clean of Churches. De ieiunio.
4 Of good workes, first of 4. Of good Works: first In gulæ atque ebrietatis uitia. fastyng.
of Fasting. In nimis sumptuo808 uestium 5 Agaynst gluttony and 5. Against Gluttony and apparatus. drunkennesse.
Drunkenness. De oratione siue precatione. 6 Agaynst excesse of ap- 6. Against Excess of ApDe loco et tempore orationi parell.
parel. destinatis. 7 Of prayer.
7. Of Prayer. De publicis precibus ac Sa- 8 of the place and time 8. Of the Place and Time cramentis, idiomate uul of prayer.
of Prayer gari omnibusque noto, ha- 9 That common prayer 9. That Common Prayers bendis.
and Sacramentes ought and Sacraments ought De sacrosancta uerbi divini to be ministred in a to be ministered in a autoritate. knowen tongue.
known tongue. De eleemosina.
10 Of the reuerente esti- 10. Of the reverend EstiDe Christi natiuitate.
mation of Gods worde. mation of God's Word. De dominica passione. 11 Of almes doing. 11. Of Alms-doing. De resurrectione Domini. 12 Of the Natiuitie of 12. Of the Nativity of De digna corporis et san Christe.
Christ. guinis dominici in cæna 13 Of the passion of Christe. 13. Of the Passion of Christ.
Domini participatione. 14 Of the resurrection of 14. Of the Resurrection of De donis spiritus sancti. Christe.
Christ. In diebus, qui uulgo Roga- 15 Oftheworthie receauing 15. Of the worthy receiving
tionum dicti sunt, concio. of the Sacrament of the of the Sacrament of the De matrimonij statu.
body and blood of Body and Blood of De otio seu socordia.
Christ. De pænitentia.
16 Of the gyftes of the 16. Of the Gifts of the Holy holy ghost.
Ghost. 17 For the Rogation dayes. 17. For the Rogation-days.