The Resource The clearing of Master Cranfords text : 2. Tim. Chap. 2. vers 17. from that imputation of cruelty and un-gospell bloodinesse, which the said Mr. Cranford (being the *feeder of Chistopher le Stocks, and minding it should seem to fatten his charge) endevoured to fastenthereon, in a sermon at Pauls, before the Lord Major, aldermen, and citizens of London, contrary to the intent of the whole New Testament, though not without the suffrages of those fathers of his persecuting spirit, the Greek and Latine prelats (no better fathers, nor of better authority to expound, much lesse to pervert Scripture; the (*) P. Lancelotus VVintoniensis, P. Josephus Exoniensis, P. Jacobus Armacensis. These names in the ages following may be as much abused, and as reverently handled to cheat withall, and to introduce prelacy, as any Greek or Latine) together with those anciently venerable Greek and Hebrew Grandsires, P. Abaddon, P. Satan, P. Apollyon, P. Diabolus. That text 2. Tim. 2.17. is cleered from the said false aspersion by a jury of its peeres, viz. twelve texts, three antecedent, and nine consequent in the same chapter, faithfull witnesses and true, prolcaiming aloud that ver.17. is abused and falsely charged, as many other wayes, ..

The clearing of Master Cranfords text : 2. Tim. Chap. 2. vers 17. from that imputation of cruelty and un-gospell bloodinesse, which the said Mr. Cranford (being the *feeder of Chistopher le Stocks, and minding it should seem to fatten his charge) endevoured to fastenthereon, in a sermon at Pauls, before the Lord Major, aldermen, and citizens of London, contrary to the intent of the whole New Testament, though not without the suffrages of those fathers of his persecuting spirit, the Greek and Latine prelats (no better fathers, nor of better authority to expound, much lesse to pervert Scripture; the (*) P. Lancelotus VVintoniensis, P. Josephus Exoniensis, P. Jacobus Armacensis. These names in the ages following may be as much abused, and as reverently handled to cheat withall, and to introduce prelacy, as any Greek or Latine) together with those anciently venerable Greek and Hebrew Grandsires, P. Abaddon, P. Satan, P. Apollyon, P. Diabolus. That text 2. Tim. 2.17. is cleered from the said false aspersion by a jury of its peeres, viz. twelve texts, three antecedent, and nine consequent in the same chapter, faithfull witnesses and true, prolcaiming aloud that ver.17. is abused and falsely charged, as many other wayes, ..

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The clearing of Master Cranfords text : 2. Tim. Chap. 2. vers 17. from that imputation of cruelty and un-gospell bloodinesse, which the said Mr. Cranford (being the *feeder of Chistopher le Stocks, and minding it should seem to fatten his charge) endevoured to fastenthereon, in a sermon at Pauls, before the Lord Major, aldermen, and citizens of London, contrary to the intent of the whole New Testament, though not without the suffrages of those fathers of his persecuting spirit, the Greek and Latine prelats (no better fathers, nor of better authority to expound, much lesse to pervert Scripture; the (*) P. Lancelotus VVintoniensis, P. Josephus Exoniensis, P. Jacobus Armacensis. These names in the ages following may be as much abused, and as reverently handled to cheat withall, and to introduce prelacy, as any Greek or Latine) together with those anciently venerable Greek and Hebrew Grandsires, P. Abaddon, P. Satan, P. Apollyon, P. Diabolus. That text 2. Tim. 2.17. is cleered from the said false aspersion by a jury of its peeres, viz. twelve texts, three antecedent, and nine consequent in the same chapter, faithfull witnesses and true, prolcaiming aloud that ver.17. is abused and falsely charged, as many other wayes, ..
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The clearing of Master Cranfords text
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2. Tim. Chap. 2. vers 17. from that imputation of cruelty and un-gospell bloodinesse, which the said Mr. Cranford (being the *feeder of Chistopher le Stocks, and minding it should seem to fatten his charge) endevoured to fastenthereon, in a sermon at Pauls, before the Lord Major, aldermen, and citizens of London, contrary to the intent of the whole New Testament, though not without the suffrages of those fathers of his persecuting spirit, the Greek and Latine prelats (no better fathers, nor of better authority to expound, much lesse to pervert Scripture; the (*) P. Lancelotus VVintoniensis, P. Josephus Exoniensis, P. Jacobus Armacensis. These names in the ages following may be as much abused, and as reverently handled to cheat withall, and to introduce prelacy, as any Greek or Latine) together with those anciently venerable Greek and Hebrew Grandsires, P. Abaddon, P. Satan, P. Apollyon, P. Diabolus. That text 2. Tim. 2.17. is cleered from the said false aspersion by a jury of its peeres, viz. twelve texts, three antecedent, and nine consequent in the same chapter, faithfull witnesses and true, prolcaiming aloud that ver.17. is abused and falsely charged, as many other wayes, ..
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  • C4622
  • 669.f.10[54]
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  • Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
  • Thomason
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  • Cranford, James
  • Heresy
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The clearing of Master Cranfords text : 2. Tim. Chap. 2. vers 17. from that imputation of cruelty and un-gospell bloodinesse, which the said Mr. Cranford (being the *feeder of Chistopher le Stocks, and minding it should seem to fatten his charge) endevoured to fastenthereon, in a sermon at Pauls, before the Lord Major, aldermen, and citizens of London, contrary to the intent of the whole New Testament, though not without the suffrages of those fathers of his persecuting spirit, the Greek and Latine prelats (no better fathers, nor of better authority to expound, much lesse to pervert Scripture; the (*) P. Lancelotus VVintoniensis, P. Josephus Exoniensis, P. Jacobus Armacensis. These names in the ages following may be as much abused, and as reverently handled to cheat withall, and to introduce prelacy, as any Greek or Latine) together with those anciently venerable Greek and Hebrew Grandsires, P. Abaddon, P. Satan, P. Apollyon, P. Diabolus. That text 2. Tim. 2.17. is cleered from the said false aspersion by a jury of its peeres, viz. twelve texts, three antecedent, and nine consequent in the same chapter, faithfull witnesses and true, prolcaiming aloud that ver.17. is abused and falsely charged, as many other wayes, ..
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  • An attack upon: Cranford, James. Hæreseo-machia: or, the mischiefe which heresies doe, and the means to prevent it
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The clearing of Master Cranfords text : 2. Tim. Chap. 2. vers 17. from that imputation of cruelty and un-gospell bloodinesse, which the said Mr. Cranford (being the *feeder of Chistopher le Stocks, and minding it should seem to fatten his charge) endevoured to fastenthereon, in a sermon at Pauls, before the Lord Major, aldermen, and citizens of London, contrary to the intent of the whole New Testament, though not without the suffrages of those fathers of his persecuting spirit, the Greek and Latine prelats (no better fathers, nor of better authority to expound, much lesse to pervert Scripture; the (*) P. Lancelotus VVintoniensis, P. Josephus Exoniensis, P. Jacobus Armacensis. These names in the ages following may be as much abused, and as reverently handled to cheat withall, and to introduce prelacy, as any Greek or Latine) together with those anciently venerable Greek and Hebrew Grandsires, P. Abaddon, P. Satan, P. Apollyon, P. Diabolus. That text 2. Tim. 2.17. is cleered from the said false aspersion by a jury of its peeres, viz. twelve texts, three antecedent, and nine consequent in the same chapter, faithfull witnesses and true, prolcaiming aloud that ver.17. is abused and falsely charged, as many other wayes, ..
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Note
  • With marginal notes
  • An attack upon: Cranford, James. Hæreseo-machia: or, the mischiefe which heresies doe, and the means to prevent it
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "May 8th. 1646"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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online resource
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