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Pottier did, in essence, deny the benefit of Christ’s passion, bystating that a person who committed a mortal sin was damned. This passage, emphasizing that Horsey escaped due to a royal pardon, and not because he was innocent, is a response to Harpsfield’s criticisms of Foxe’s account of the Hunne affair.
Images and and literacy in late medieval England London,pp. These articles bear a close relation to the previous charges against her, particularly in her denuncia- tion of pilgrimages to the images of the Virgin Mary at Willesden and Bermondsey and in her sacramentarianism.
Sweeting and Brewster were both arrested when various Lollards, informed on them under questioning; see Andrew Hope, ell lady and the bailiff: If, as Tertullian had famously said, ‘in the blood of martyrs lay the seed of the true church’, it was important to Foxe’s purpose to demonstrate that martyrdoms had occurred in the immediate aftermath of Luther’s reformation. Now Foxe is advising English Protestants not to disown Luther because they did not share the same theology of the Eucharist.
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The information on the dispute in Strausburg and Luther’s reactions to the laws enacted by the princes at the Diet of Nuremburg are taken from Johannes Sleidan, A famiuse cronicle of our time, called Sleidanes Commentariestrans.
Dorman never said this. Foxe explains this by describing the ‘miracles’ performed by Luther. The following extracts from the writings of Jan Hus are taken from the two volume compendium of Hus’s works, edited by Mathias Flacius, Ioannis Hus et Hieronymi Pragensis confessorum Christi historia et monimenta Nuremburg,I, fos.
They were reprinted,in the same chronologically inaccurate locations in Foxe’s text, in the next two editionspp. Thomson, The Later Lollards, [ xford, ], p. After an investigation by the Church, fourDominicans, including the prior but not including Jetzer were found guilty of fraud, handed over to the secular authorities and burned at Berne on 31 May Foxe only retained the complaints which were relevant to the English situation or flxe on core theological issues. He abjured, but abjured his abjuration and was imprisoned in the Towerpp.
Instead,Foxe was almost certainly drawing on a courtbook, now lost, of heresy trials in thediocese during this period There is corroboration for these heretical trials in notes made by James Ussher Trinity College, Dublin, MSfos.
Foxe is signalling to his readers – and to Harpsfield – that the documents he is quoting exist and that he is quoting them accurately. The fear was that if Luther went to Rome, he would be tried and executed for heresy there.
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It should be observed that Foxe is going out of chronological order in his narrative, as the Colloquy of Marburg was held in In the edition, the second and third parts of this initial account were dropped. Occasionally Foxe tried to explain these inconvenient facts, more frequently, however, Foxesimply excised the offending passages from the documents that he quoted as in the accounts of Joan Baker and William Pottier. These visions appear to have been originally intended to glorify the convent, but they rapidly came to have been used to buttress the Dominican order.
For the lbiro, see R. But Foxe is also probably referencing the criticisms made of Catherine of Siena by Mathias Flacius, in his Catalogus testium veritatiswhich is Foxe’s source for her prophecy.
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The stories of Alexander VI’s death and of the statue of the angel struck by lightning are from Bale, Catalogusp. Foxe summarised this material selectively, often intelligently, albeit carefully eliding elements which might require elaborate glossing, or which departed from the collective and overall picture of the triumphant, suffering martyrdom that he sought to create through this table.
But Foxe not only added to his original account of Hunne, he also subtracted from it. Martlres, once they had abjured again, they were required to inform on other heretics, to demonstrate their sincerity.
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marfires Those aspects of this periodthat Foxe does briefly discuss fall under four headings: Foxe is repeating Erasmus’s estimate of Bishop Fitzjames’s age. This may be John Stillman.
,ibro At this point, Foxe resumes drawing on Henry Bennet’s translation of Melanchthon’s biographical sketch of Luther. Foxe cites Peucer’s edition of Carion’s chronicle, Sebastion Munster’s Cosmographia and Bale’s Catalogus as sources for his account of thescandal at Berne.
The Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges upheld the autonomous authority of the church of France and disallowed papal nominations to vacant benefices.
Although never canonized, there was a flourishing cult to him and his shrine at Windsor was a popular place of pilgrimage on the eve of the Reformation. Again, Foxe is reluctant to credit the visions of a Catholic kuan. The reference is to a fable of Aesop’s, in which a dog, holding a bone in his mouth, sees his reflection in the water. Margaret Df and Colin Richmond [Stroud, ]pp.