Read a free sample or buy El libro de los mártires by John Foxe. You can read this book with Apple Books on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. John Foxe () es reconocido como uno de los más importantes historiadores cristianos. Exilado por las persecuciones habidas en Inglaterra durante. Foxe undoubtedly learned of Lily’. Elizabeth Stamford and John House. .. Also see Archbishop James Ussher’s ‘”Ex libro Detectionum Confessionum et of Martires be finished, wherein thou shalt have a most plentifull and notable.

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Whatever the truth of this, Hunne had, at a minimum, Lollard sympathies.

Foxe’s claim that he did not have the time to discuss these persecutionsis rhetoric; both persecutions were discussed by him in some detail.

What Erasmus actually said was that Colet was relatively tolerant sexual misconduct by priests, but that Colet still regards clerical failure to maintain celibacy as a vice. This includes the citation of Christian Nuan chronicle, which Foxe is repeating from Bale.

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El libro de los mártires

But Foxe not only added to his original account of Hunne, he also subtracted from it. And in this edition Foxe also added a rebuttal to Harpsfield’s attacks on his accountof Hunne. Furthermore, the signification to Chancery survives of the excommunication of four heretics – named by Foxe – who were burned in Longland’s persecution.

These do not survive in Bishop Fitzjames’s register and they were probably kept in a separate courtbook. In Foxe’s eyes it could hardly be other than the exemplification of catholic cruelty, clerical overlordship and injustice.


Photographic reproduction of the edition ofedited by J. Both of theseaccounts, the one from the register and the one from Alice Browne, were inserted into Foxe’s book as it was being printed, consequently neither account appears in, when Browne’s trial and execution actually took place.

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Archbishop Ussher’s notes of these interrogations, the originals of which no longer survive, are in Trinity College, Dublin, MSfo. He was the most prominent anti-Protestant theologian of his generation and spearheaded the early attacks on Luther. Jean Crespin, [? Hacker will be arrested in London in and inhe would abjure and give the names of over 40 other Lollards to the authoritiesp.

Although the date Foxe gave was incorrect, this document – which lists Robert Cosin, William Scrivener, Nicholas Collins and Thomas Man as also being condemned – shows that, in this case, apart from the date, the information from Foxe’s aged informants was essentially accurate. The records not only listed numerous abjurations by the Lollards, they alsolisted of opinions they held which were embarrassing to Foxe. Foxe must have been acutely aware that the lack of an organised evangelical community, let alone formed churches in the Spanish peninsula, acted as a crippling weakness in his information flows.

The second was a long account of the pontificate of Leo X translated from Bale’s Catalogus. Lls letter is accurately and completely translated from Ortwin Gratius, Fasciculum rerum expetendarum ac fiugiendarum Cologne,fos. By this means, one heretic incriminated several others, each of whom incriminated others and ultimately Longland detected about 50 heretics.

It is an abridged version of an account that had first appeared in p. Foxe’s lobro account of the Hunne affair is in the Rerum.

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Additionally, Charles V was greatly concerned about the spread of heresy in his domains and worked to support the papacy. Harpsfield pointed out the contradiction and demanded what proof Foxe had of either charge? Foxe also drew on another work of Flacius: Foxe accords almost ten pages to the Zwinglian reformation – a clear sign of how much significance he attached to it.

Foxe does not make it clear, but this letter is from Henry VIII to William Horsey, written after 4 Maywhen Parliament passed a bill ordering that restitution be made to Hunne’s family for his property, which was confiscated when Hunne was condemned as heretic.

However, once Charles V had been elected Holy Roman Emperor, papal proceedings resumed against Luther because the papacy now had no particular martirss to conciliate Frederick the Wise. Hunne’s rosary is mentioned in the report of the coroner’s jury.

The best accounts of the Hunne martire are Brigden, Londonpp. Once again, Foxe is using the records of Lollard trials to show that there was a ‘True Church’ before Luther. The second is over the details of the case. As a result he loses the bone he already had.