« EelmineJätka »
and Publican, until he be openly 10 of the reverend estimation of reconciled by penance, and receiv- God's Word. ed into the Church by a Judge that 11 Of Alms-doing. hath authority thereunto.
12 of the Nativity of Christ.
13 Of the Passion of Christ. XXXIV. Of the Traditions of the Church.
14 Of the Resurrection of Christ.
15 of the worthy receiving of the T is not necessary that Tradi.
Sacrament of the Body and
Blood of Christ. places one, or utterly like; for at
16 Of the Gifts of the Holy Ghost. all times they have been divers, and
17 For the Rogation-daļ8. may be changed according to the
18 Of the state of Matrimony. diversities of countries, times, and
19 Of Repentance. men's manners, so that nothing be ordained against God's Word. Who- 21 Against Rebellion.
20 Against Idleness. soever through his private judgement, willingly and purposely, doth XXXVI. Of Consecration of Bi. openly break the traditions and cere
shops and Ministers. monies of the Church, which be not
THE be ordained and approved by com- Ordering of Priests and Deacons, repugnant to the Word of God, and TAF Book of Consecration of mon authority, ought to be rebuk- lately set forth in the time of Eded openly, (that others may fear to ward the Sixth, and confirmed at do the like,) as he that offendeth the same time by authority of Paragainst the common order of the liament, doth contain all things Church, and hurteth the authority necessary to such Consecration and of the Magistrate, and woundeth the Ordering: neither hath it any thing, consciences of the wcak brethren.
that of itself is superstitious and Every particular national Church hath authority to ordain, ungodly. And therefore whosoever
are consecrated or ordered according change, and abolish, ceremonies or
to the Rites of that Book, since the rites of the Church ordained only
by second year of the forenamed King man's authority, so that all things Edward unto this time, or hereaf. be done to edifying.
ter shall be consecrated or ordered XXXV. Of Homilies. according to the same Rites; we
, the several titles whereof we derly, and lawfully consecrated and have joined under this Article, doth ordered. contain a godly and
wholesome XXXVII. Of the Civil Magistrates. Doctrine, and necessary for these times as doth the former book of The peer's Mainty Rhathin the Homilies, which were set forth
chief this Realm of the time of Edward the
Sixth ; and England, and other her Dominions, therefore we judge them to be read unto whom the chief Government in Churches by the Ministers, dili- of all Estates of this Realm, whegently and distinctly, that they may ther they be Ecclesiastical or Civil, be understanded of the people.
in all causes doth appertain, and is
not, nor ought to be, subject to any Of the Names of the Homilies. foreign Jurisdiction. 1 OF the right Use of the Where we attribute to the Queen's Church.
Majesty the chief government, by 2 Against peril of Idolatry.
which Titles we understand the 3 of the repairing and keeping minds of some slanderous folks to clean of Churches.
be offended; we give not to our 4 Of good Works: first Fast- Princes the ministering either of ing
God's Word, or of the Sacraments, 5 Against Gluttony and Drunk. the which thing the Injunctions enness.
also lately set forth by Elizabeth 6 Against Ercess of Apparel. our Queen do most plainly testify; 7 Of Prayer.
but that only prerogative, which we 8 of the Place and Time of see to have been given always to all Prayer.
godly Princes in holy Scriptures by 9 That Common Prayers and Sa- God himself: that is, that they
craments ought to be minister should rule all estates and degrees ed in a known tongue.
committed to their charge by God,
whether they be Ecclesiastical or session of the same, as certain AnaTemporal, and restrain with the baptists do falsely boast. Notwith. civil sword the stubborn and evil- standing, every map ought, of such doers.
things as he possesseth, liberally to The Bishop of Rome hath no give alms to the poor, according to jurisdiction in this Realm of Eng- his ability. land. The Laws of the Realm may
XXXIX. Of a Christian man's
Oath. punish Christian men with death, for heinous and grievous offences. S we confess that vain and rash
It is lawful for Christian men, at the commandment of the Magis- tian men by our Lord Jesus Christ, trate, to wear weapons, and serve and James his Apostle, so we judge in the wars.
that Christian Religion doth not
prohibit, but that a man may swear XXXVIII. of Christian men's
when the Magistrate requireth, in Goods, which are not common.
a cause of faith and charity, so it THE Riches and Goods of Chris- be done according to the Prophet's
not common, as teaching, in justice, judgement, and touching the right, title, and pos- truth.
, , ; ed to be holden and executed within the Realnı, by the assent and England, France, and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, fé. consent of our Sovereign Lady ELIZABETH; by the grace of God, of which Articles were deliberately read, and confirmed again by the subscription of the hands of the Archbishop, and Bishops of the Upperhouse, and by the subscription of the whole Clergy of the Nether-house in their Convocation, in the Year of our Lord 1571.
A TABLE OF THE ARTICLES. 1. OF
Faith in the Holy Tri- 21. Of the Authority of General nity.
Councils. 2. Of Christ the Son of God.
22. Of Purgatory. 3. Of his going down into Hell. 23. Of Ministering in the Congre4. Of his Resurrection.
gation. 5. Of the Holy Ghost.
24. Of Speaking in the Congrega6. Of the Sufficiency of the Scrip
25. Of the Sacraments. 7. Of the Old Testament.
26. Of the Unworthiness of Minis8. Of the Three Creeds.
teis. 9. of Original or Birth-sin.
27. Of Baptism. 10. Of Free-will.
28. Of the Lord's Supper. ll. Of Justification.
29. Of the Wicked which eat not 12. Of good Works.
the Body of Christ. 13. Of Works before Justification. 30. Of both kinds. 14. Of Works of Supererogation. 31. Of Christ's one Oblation. 15. of Christ alone without Sin. 32. Of the Marriage of Priests. 16. Of Sin after Baptism.
33. Of Ercommunicate Persons. 17. Of Predestination and Elec- 34. Of the Traditions of the tion.
Church, 18. Of obtaining Salvation by 35. Of Homilies. Christ.
36. Of Consecrating of Ministers. 19. Of the Church.
37. Of Civil Magistrates. 20. Of the Authority of the 38. Of Christian men's Goods. Church.
39. Of a Christian man's Oath.
KINDRED AND AFFINITY,
WHEREIN WHOSOEVER ARE RELATED ARE FORBIDDEN IN
SCRIPTURE AND OUR LAWS TO MARRY TOGETHER.
A Man may not marry his 1 2 Grandfather's Wife, 3 Wife's Grandmother.
A Woman may not marry with her 1 G
RANDFATHER, 2 Grandmother's Husband, 3 Husband's Grandfather.
4 Father's Brother, 5 Mother's Brother, 6 Father's Sister's Husband. 7 Mother's Sister's Husband, 8 Husband's Father's Brother, 9 Husband's Mother's Brother.
10 Father, II Step-Father, 12 Husband's Father.
13 Son, 14 Husband's Son, 15 Daughter's Husband. 16 Brother, 17 Husband's Brother, 18 Sister's Husband.
19 Son's Son, 20 Daughter's Son, 21 Son's Daughter's Husband. 22 Daughter's Daughter's Husband, 23 Husband's Son's Son, 24 Husband's Daughter's Son. 25 Brother's Son, 26 Sister's Son, 27 Brother's Daughter's Husband. 28 Sister's Daughter's Husband, 29 Husband's Brother's Son, 30 Husband's Sister's Son.
4 Father's Sister,
7 Mother's Brother's Wife,
19 Son's Daughter,
28 Sister's Son's Wife,
PSALMS OF DAVID,
The Tunes used in Churches.
N. BRADY, D. D. AND N. TATE, Esq.
PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.
SOLD BY E. GARDNER AND SON, AT THE OXFORD BIBLE WAREHOUSE,
PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON.