A History of the English Church: Stephens, W. R. W. The English church from the Norman conquest to the accession of Edward I (1066-1271)

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William Richard Wood Stephens, William Hunt
Macmillan and Company, Limited, 1901
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עמוד 95 - Shall you do as you like with your manors, and shall I not deal as I choose with my abbeys?' 'The abbeys,' returned Anselm, ' are yours to protect, as their advocate, not to waste and destroy. They belong to God, and their revenues are intended for the support of His ministers, not of your wars.' ' Your words are highly offensive to me,' said the king ; ' your predecessor would never have dared to speak thus to my father. I will do nothing for you.' So Anselm, seeing that his words were cast to the...
עמוד 119 - Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber.
עמוד 130 - Ye are they which have continued with me in my temptations. And I appoint unto you a kingdom, as my Father hath appointed unto me; that ye may eat and drink at my table in my kingdom, and sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel.
עמוד 214 - Roman church, and to our lord pope Innocent and to his catholic successors, the whole kingdom of England and the whole kingdom of Ireland, with all their rights and appurtenances, for the remission of our...
עמוד 145 - I Stephen, by the grace of God, elected king of England by the consent of the clergy and of the people, and consecrated by the lord William, archbishop of Canterbury and legate of the holy Roman church, and afterwards confirmed by Innocent, pope of the holy Roman see...
עמוד 183 - what a true monk! what a true martyr! who suffered torture not only in his death but also in his life. What a true monk he was, and we knew it not ! " And so amid their tears of sorrow for the loss of such a head they " laughed for joy " at having found so great a saint. Having arrayed the corpse in pontifical robes they laid it in a new marble sarcophagus behind the shrine of the Blessed Virgin, between the altars of St. Augustine and St. John the Baptist...
עמוד vii - On the other hand, the mass of material which research has now placed at the disposal of the scholar seemed to render it improbable that any one would venture to undertake such a history single-handed, or that, if he did, he would live to complete it. The best way, therefore, of meeting the difficulty seemed to be a division of labour amongst several competent scholars, agreed in their general principles, each being responsible for a period to which he has devoted special attention, and all working...
עמוד 169 - Concerning appeals, if any shall arise, they ought to proceed from the archdeacon to the bishop, and from the bishop to the archbishop : and, if the archbishop...
עמוד vii - ... which, however brilliant and suggestive, are not histories. What seemed to be wanted was a continuous and adequate history in volumes of a moderate size and price, based upon a careful study of original authorities and the best ancient and modern writers.
עמוד 236 - ... belonged to the pope, but only as the objects of his care and protection. When the Truth said to the apostle, " Thou art Peter," etc., He committed the care of His Church to the apostle but reserved the ownership thereof to Himself, for He called it " My Church " : He said, " Whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven," not whatsoever thou shalt exact on earth shall be exacted in heaven.

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