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Amongst whom (but especialy those at Frankford) begane that bitter warr of contention and persecution aboute the ceremonies, and servisebooke, and other popish and antichristian stuffe, the plague of England to this day, which are like the highplases in Israell, which the prophets cried out against, and were their ruine; which the better parte sought, according to the puritie of the gospell, to roote out and utterly to abandon.
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Original Source: Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646. Full Colophon Information And first of the occasion and indusments ther unto; the which that I may truly unfould, I must begine at the very roote and rise of the same.
But when he could not prevaile by these means, against the maine trueths of the gospell, but that they began to take rootting in many places, being watered with the blooud of the martires, and blessed from heaven with a to take him to his anciente strategemes, used of old against the first Christians.
That when by the bloody and barbarous persecutions of the Heathen Emperours, he could not stoppe and subuerte the course of the gospell, but that it speedily overspred with a wounderfull celeritie the then best known parts of the world, He then begane to sow errours, heresies, and wounderfull dissentions amongst the professours them selves, (working upon their pride and ambition, with other corrupte passions incidente to all mortall men, yea to the saints them selves in some measure,) by which wofull effects followed; as not only bitter contentions, and hartburnings, schismes, with other horrible confusions, but Satan tooke occasion and advantage therby to foyst in a number of vile ceremoneys, with many unproffitable cannons and decrees, which have since been as snares to many poore and peaceable souls even to this day. His words are these; The violence truly (saith he) was no less than that of ould praetised towards the Christians when they were compelled and drawne to sacri fice to idoles; f or many indured sundrie kinds o f tormente, often rackings, and dismembering oi their joynts; con fiscating o f ther goods; some bereaved of their native soyle; others departed this liie under the hands o f the tormentor; and some died in banishmente, and never saw ther cuntrie againe, etc.
So as in the anciente times, the persecutions by the heathen and their Emperours, was not greater then of the Christians one against other; the Arians and other their complices against the orthodoxe and true Christians. For to let pass the infinite examples in sundrie nations and severall places of the world, and instante in our owne, when as that old serpente could not prevaile by those firie flames and other his cruell tragedies, which he by his instrualents put in ureevery wher in the days of queene Mary and before, he then begane an other kind of warre, and went more closely to worke; ‘not only to oppuggen,but even to ruinate and destroy the kingdom of Christ, by more secrete and subtile means, by kindling the flames of contention and sowing the seeds of discorde and bitter enmitie amongst the proffessors and seeming reformed them selves.For when he could not prevaile by the former means against the principall doctrins of faith, he bente his forte against the holy discipline and outward regimente of the kingdom of Christ, by which those holy doctrines should be conserved, and true pietie maintained amongest the saints and people of God. Foxe recordeth how that besids those worthy martires and confessors which were burned in queene Marys days and otherwise torlnented,3 many (both studients and others) fied out of the land, to the number of 800. At Wesell, Frankiord, Bassill, Emden, Markpurge, Strausborugh,` and Geneva, etc. This text is freely available provided the text is distributed with the header information provided. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1908Copyright 2003.The which I shall endevor to manefest in a plaine stile, with singuler regard unto the simple trueth in all things, at least as near as my slender judgmente can attaine the same. Chapter IT is well knowne unto the godly and judicious, how ever since the first breaking out of the lighte of the gospell in our Honourable Nation of England, (which was the first of nations whom the Lord adorned ther with, affter that grosse darknes of popery which had covered and overspred the Christian worled,) what warrs and opposissions ever since, Satan hath raised, maintained, and continued against the Saincts, from time to time, in one sorte or other.Some times by bloody death and cruell torments; other whiles imprisonments, banishments, and other hard usages; as being loath his kingdom should goe downe, the trueth prevaile, and the churches of God reverte to their anciente puritie, and recover their primative order, libertie, and bewtie.