|Author:||Wilkinson, William, d. 1613.|
|Title:||A confutation of certaine articles deliuered vnto the Familye of Loue with the exposition of Theophilus, a supposed elder in the sayd Familye vpon the same articles. By William Wilkinson Maister of Artes and student of diuinitye. Hereunto are prefixed by the right reuerend Father in God I.Y. Byshop of Rochester, certaine notes collected out of their Gospell, and aunswered by the Fam. By the author, a description of the tyme, places, authors, and manner of spreading the same: of their liues, and wrestyng of Scriptures: with notes in the end how to know an heretique.|
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A confutation of certaine articles deliuered vnto the Familye of Loue with the exposition of Theophilus, a supposed elder in the sayd Familye vpon the same articles. By William Wilkinson Maister of Artes and student of diuinitye. Hereunto are prefixed by the right reuerend Father in God I.Y. Byshop of Rochester, certaine notes collected out of their Gospell, and aunswered by the Fam. By the author, a description of the tyme, places, authors, and manner of spreading the same: of their liues, and wrestyng of Scriptures: with notes in the end how to know an heretique.
Wilkinson, William, d. 1613., Young, John, 1534?-1605., Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580?.
At London: Printed by Iohn Daye dwelling ouer Aldersgate, An. 1579.
|Alternate titles:||Confutation of certaine articles delivered unto the Familye of Love Confutation of certaine articles delivered unto the Familye of Love.|
A partial reprinting of and reply to various works by Hendrik Niclaes.
I.Y. = John Young, Bishop of Rochester.
With appended excerpts from Bullinger, Calvin, and Zwingli.
At foot of title: Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis.
Leaf 80 misnumbered 100.
The last page contains errata. Variant: last page blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Niclaes, Hendrik, -- 1502?-1580? -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Familists -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
¶To the right Reuerend Father in Christ, and his very good Lord, Richard by the prouidence of God Byshop of Ely: W.W. wisheth all ioye and peace, both in body and soule, with happynes in the Lord euerlastyng.
¶To the godly and Christian Reader Peace from God the Father, and our Lord Iesus Christ.
¶A brief view of the heresies and er∣rours of HN. conteined and confuted in this treatise by pag. as herein they are to be found.
❧A very brief and true description of the first springing vp of the Heresie termed, The Familie of Loue, which conteineth the pla∣ces where, and the parties by whom the sayd Heresie was broached.
¶Notes vpon the booke entituled Euangelium regni, gathered by the Reue∣rend father in Christ I. Y. Byshop of Roche∣ster, with the aunswere of the Familie vnto the sayd Notes.
Aunswere of the Familie of Loue.
The Familie of Loue.
Familie of Loue.
¶In the Chapter 31. 32. the Authour HN. bewrayeth him selfe to be a Papist.
Familie of Loue.
Familie of Loue.
Family of Loue.
Family of Loue.
❧ Errours and absurde asseuerati∣ons out of HN. his Euangelie, ga∣thered by William Wilkinson.
¶ Hereticall affirmations, and vngodly expositions of Scriptures by HN. out of the documentall sentences.
ARTICLES Which I exhibited vnto a frend of mine, to be conuaied vnto the Familie of loue, that I might be certified of the doubtes in them contayned. Which for my further instruction one Theophilus sent me with a letter, and an Exhortation annexed vnto the sayd Articles, with his exposition, in manner following.
ARTICLE. 1. No Church.
ARTICLE. 2. HN. No truth.
ARTICLE. 3. of HN. No Baptisme.
ARTICLE. 4. HN. No forgeuenes of sinnes.
ARTICLE. 5. HN. No Ministery.
ARTICLE. 6. of HN. of vniting into God.
THE 7. ARTJCLE Conteinyng HN. his blasphemy what he boasteth of him selfe, and his miracu∣lous and extraordinary callyng.
Tokens of an heretique out of Scripture. 1. Tokē.
2. Token of an heretique out of Scripture.
¶3. Token to know an Heretique.
HN. his opinions compared with Here∣tiques opinions.
ARTICLE. 8. HN. Videl. What is to bee required in his Disciples.
¶The first part of the 8. Article, videl. No learnyng, or knowledge.
¶The second part of the 8. Article, videl. Mistrust not HN. vnwisedome.
¶The third part of the 8. Article.
ARTICLE. 9. HN. Of Reuelations.
ARTICLE. 10. of HN. Of Shrift.
ARTICLE. 11. HN. Gospell a litterall seruice.
The 12. Article what HN. thinketh of all preachers that be without his Fa∣milye of Loue. 1. Sent.
ARTICLE. 13. of HN. Of dissemblyng and concealyng Religion.
ARTICLE. 14. of HN. Of Libertie to Sinne.
❧ Certaine profitable notes to know an Heretique, especially an Anabaptist. With the Opinions, and behauiour of them out of Authors.