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PROTESTANTISM IN ENGLAND, FROM THE TIMES OF WICLIFFE TO THOSE OF HENRY VIII.




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Chapter 1 THE FIRST PROTESTANT MARTYRS IN ENGLAND.
Two Sources of Protestantism The Bible and the Holy Spirit Wicliffe's Missionaries Hopes of the Protestants Petition Parliament for a reformation England not yet ripe The Movement Thrown Back Richard II. Persecutes the Lollards Richard Loses his Throne Henry IV. Succeeds Statute De Haeretico Comburendo William Sawtrey the First Martyr for Protestantism in England Trial and Execution of John Badby Conversation between the Prince of Wales and the Martyr at the Stake Offered his Life Refuses and Dies.
Chapter 2 THE THEOLOGY OF THE EARLY ENGLISH PROTESTANTS.
Protestant Preachers and Martyrs before Henry VIII.'s time Their Theology Inferior to that of the Sixteenth Century The Central Truths clearly Seen William Thorpe Imprisoned Dialogue between him and Archbishop Arundel His Belief His Views on the Sacrament The Authority of Scripture Is Threatened with a Stake Christ Present in the Sacrament to Faith Thorpe's Views on Image-Worship Pilgrimage Confession Refuses to Submit His Fate Unknown Simplicity of Early English Theology Convocation at Oxford to Arrest the Spread of Protestantism Constitutions of Arundel The Translation and Reading of the Scriptures Forbidden.
Chapter 3 GROWTH OF ENGLISH PROTESTANTISM.
The Papal Schism Its Providential Purpose Council of Pisa Henry's Letter to the Pope The King exhorts the Pope to Amendment The Council of Pisa Deposes both Popes Elects Alexander V. The Schism not Healed Protestantism in England continues to grow Oxford Purged A Catholic Revival Aves to Our Lady Aves to the Archbishop Persecution of Protestants grows Hotter Cradle of English Protestantism Lessons to be Learned beside it.
Chapter 4 EFFORTS FOR THE REDISTRIBUTION OF ECCLESIASTICAL PROPERTY.
The Burning Bush Petition of Parliament Redistribution of Ecclesiastical Property Defence of Archbishop Arundel The King stands by the Church The Petition Presented a Second Time Its Second Refusal More Powerful Weapons than Royal Edicts Richard II. Deposed Henry IV. Edict De Haeretico Comburendo Griefs of the King Calamities of the Country Projected Crusade Death of Henry IV.
Chapter 5 TRIAL AND CONDEMNATION OF SIR JOHN OLDCASTLE.
Henry V. A Coronation and Tempest Interpretations Struggles for Liberty Youth of Henry Change on becoming King Arundel his Evil Genius Sir John Oldcastle Becomes Lord Cobham by Marriage Embraces Wicliffe's Opinions Patronises the Lollard Preachers Is Denounced by Arundel Interview between Lord Cobham and the King-Summoned by the Archbishop Citations Torn Down Confession of his Faith Apprehended Brought before the Archbishop's Court-Examination His Opinions on the Sacrament, Confession, the Pope, Images, the Church, etc. His Condemnation as a Heretic Forged Abjuration He Escapes from the Tower.
Chapter 6 LOLLARDISM DENOUNCED AS TREASON.
Spread of Lollardism Clergy Complain to the King Activity of the Lollards Accused of Plotting the Overthrow of the Throne and Commonwealth Midnight Meeting of Lollards at St. Giles-in-the-Fields Alarm of the King He Attacks and Disperses the Assembly Was it a Conspiracy or a Conventicle? An Old Device Revived.
Chapter 7 MARTYRDOM OF LORD COBHAM.
Imprisonments and Martyrdoms Flight of Lollards to other Countries Death of Archbishop Arundel-His Character Lord Cobham His Seizure in Wales by Lord Powis Brought to London Summoned before Parliament Condemned on the Former Charge Burned at St. Giles-in-the-Fields His Christian Heroism Which is the Greater Hero, Henry V. or Lord Cobham? The World's True Benefactors The Founders of England's Liberty and Greatness -The Seeds Sown -The Full Harvest to Come.
Chapter 8 LOLLARDISM UNDER HENRY V. AND HENRY VI.
Thomas Arundel succeeded by Henry Chicheley The New Primate pursues the Policy of his Predecessor Parliament at Leicester More Stringent Ordinances against the Lollards Appropriation of Ecclesiastical Possessions Archbishop Chicheley Staves off the Proposal Diverts the King's Mind to a War with France Speech of the Archbishop Henry V. falls into the Snare Prepares an Expedition Invades France Agincourt Second Descent on France Henry becomes Master of Normandy Returns to England Third Invasion of France Henry's Death Dying Protestation His Magnificent Funeral His Character Lollardism More Martyrs Claydon New Edict against the Lollards Henry VI. Maltyrs in his Reign William Taylor William White John Huss Recantations.
Chapter 9 ROME'S ATTEMPT TO REGAIN DOMINANCY IN ENGLAND.
Henry VI. His Infancy Distractions of the Nation The Romish Church becomes more Intolerant New Festival St. Dunstan's and St. George's Days Indulgences at the Shrine of St. Edmund, etc. Fresh Attempts by Rome to Regain Dominancy in England What Led to these Statutes of Provisors and Praemunire Denounced Archbishop Chicheley Reprimanded for Permitting these Statutes to Exist The Pope's Letter.
Chapter 10 RESISTANCE TO PAPAL ENCROACHMENTS.
Embroilment of the Papaey Why Angry with Archbishop Chicheley A Former Offence Advlses the King not to Receive a Legate-a-Latere Powers of the Legate Promise exacted of Legate Beaufort Pope's Displeasure -Holds the Statutes Void Commands the Archbishop to Disobey them Pope's Letter to Duke of Bedford Chicheley advises Parliament to Repeal the Act Parliament Refuses The Pope resumes his Encroachments Two Currents in England in the Fifteenth Century Both Radically Protestant The Evangelic Principle the Master-spring of all Activities then beginning in Society.
Chapter 11 INFLUENCE OF THE WARS OF THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY ON THE PROGRESS OF PROTESTANTISM.
Convulsions of the Fifteenth Century Fall of Constantinople Wars in Bohemia in Italy in Spain in Switzerland Wars of the Papal Schism Was it Peace or War which the Popes gave to Christendom? Wars originated by the Popes: the Crusades; the War of Investitures; the Albigensian and Waldensian Crusades; the Wars in Naples, Poland, etc.; the Feuds in Italy; the Hussite Campaigns, etc. Wars of the Roses Traced to the Council of Archbishop Chicheley Providential End of the Wars of the Fifteenth Century The Nobility Weakened The Throne made Powerful Why? Hussitism and Lollardism.




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