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" Dominican and Franciscan Monk. " Brother Martin," said he, is a man of very fine genius, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy. "
A Sketch of the Reformation - Page 20
by Thomas Bayley Fox - 1836 - 259 pages
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History of the Church of Christ, Volume 4, Part 1

Joseph Milner, Isaac Milner - Church history - 1809
...Luther's heretical publications concerning indulgences. " BROTHER MARTIN," said he, " is A MAN OF A VERY FINE GENIUS, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." Prierias, however, undertook the support of the pontifical authority; but, in writing against the reformer,...
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History of the Church of Christ, Volume 2

Benjamin Allen - Church history - 1824
...of Luther's heretical publications concerning indulgences. " Brother Martin" said he, "is a man of a very fine genius, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." Prierias, however, undertook the support of the pontifical authority; but, in writing against the reformer,...
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A Short History of the Church of Christ: From the Close of the Sacred ...

John Fry - Church history - 1825 - 614 pages
...treated the affair, at first, with indifference. " Brother Martin," he said, " is a man of a veri/Ji/te genius, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." But roused at length by complaints on all sides, and especially by a letter from the emperor Maximilian,...
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An Epitome of General Ecclesiastical History: From the Earliest Period to ...

John Marsh - Church history - 1827 - 452 pages
...age, between a Dominican and Franciscan monk. " Brother Martin," said he, " is a man of a very 6ne genius, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." But on being fully informed of its nature and extent, he became alarmed, and summoned Luther, July 1518,...
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An Epitome of General Ecclesiastical History: From the Earliest Period to ...

John Marsh - Church history - 1828 - 449 pages
...uncommon in that age, between a Dominican and Franciscan monk. " Brother Martin," said he, " is a man of a very fine genius, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." But on being fully informed of its nature and extent, he became alarmed, and summoned Luther, July 1513,...
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Luther and the Lutheran reformation, Volume 1

John Scott - 1832
...Luther's heretical publications concerning indulgences. " BROTHER MARTIN," said he, " is A MAN OF A VERY FINE GENIUS, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." Prierias, however, undertook the support of the pontifical authority ; but, in writing against the...
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Luther and the Lutheran Reformation, Volume 1

John Scott - Reformation - 1833
...showed him some of Luther's heretical publications concerning indulgences. " BROTHER MARTIN," said he, " is A MAN OF VERY FINE GENIUS, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." Prierias, however, undertook the support of the pontifical authority ; but in writing against the reformer...
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An Epitome of General Ecclesiastical History: From the Earlier Period to the ...

John Marsh - Church history - 1833 - 449 pages
...contest, not uncommon in that age, between a Dominican and Franciscan monk. " Brother Martin," said he, " is a man of very fine genius, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." But on being fully informed of its nature and extent, he became alarmed, and summoned Luther, July, 1518,...
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A sketch of the reformation

Thomas Bayley Fox - History - 1836 - 259 pages
...AND MILTITZ— DISPUTE AT LEIPSIC — LUTHER EXCOMMUNICATED — BURNS THE PAPAL BULL— 15J7- 1520. THE bold conduct of Luther greatly incensed Tetzel....interrupted their traffic, but even the Emperor, Maximilian Iw represented the heresy as dangerous and popular. Decided measures were loudly called for ; and the...
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The Life and Times of Martin Luther

Hannah Farnham Sawyer Lee - 1839 - 324 pages
...Prierias showed him some of Luther's publications, he replied, " It is evident Brother Martin is a man of fine genius, and these squabbles are the mere effusions of monastic envy." It soon, however, became apparent, that the ample source of revenue derived from indulgences was failing,...
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