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Assertio septem sacramentorum, or, An assertion of the seven sacraments against Martin Luther

by Henry VIII King of England

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Published by Printed by Nath. Thompson ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Luther, Martin, -- 1483-1546,
  • Catholic Church. -- Pope (1513-1521 : Leo X),
  • Sacraments -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAn assertion of the seven sacraments against Martin Luther
    Statementby Henry the VIII ... : to which is adjoyn"d his epistle to the pope, Mr. John Clark"s oration, and the pope"s answer thereunto : as also, the pope"s bull, by which His Holiness was pleas"d to bestow upon K. Henry VIII (for composing this book) that most illustrious, splended, and most Christian-like title of Defender of the faith ; faithfully translated into English by T.W. Gent
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 565:11
    ContributionsLeo X, Pope, 1475-1521, Webster, Thomas, b. 1646 or 7, Clerk, John, d. 1541.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[30], 133, [3] p
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15032508M

    the "Assertio Septem Sacramentorum" or Defence of the Seven Sacraments, which defended the the supremacy of the Pope (and ironically, the sacramental nature of marriage).   Assertio Septem Sacramentorum - Henry VIII defends the Catholic Church and the Pope! Amazing but true! Read here how the old rogue, in his earlier days, defended both Pope and Emperor against the villainous Luther. Henry VIII’s Letter to Pope Leo X on the subject of his book Assertio Septem Sacramentorum. on the Aventine Hill, one of.

    Defender of the faith, Latin Fidei Defensor, a title belonging to the sovereign of England in the same way as Christianissimus (“most Christian”) belonged to the king of France. The title was first conferred by Pope Leo X on Henry VIII (Oct. 11, ) as a reward for the king’s pamphlet Assertio septem sacramentorum adversus Martinum Lutherum (“Declaration of the Seven Sacraments.   Henry’s book was called “Assertio Septem Sacramentorum” or Defence of the Seven Sacraments. Martin Luther had nailed his 95 thesis to the church door in Wittenberg, Germany on the 31 October He was challenging some of the fundamental princip.

    The king’s book, Assertio Septem Sacramentorum adversus Martinum Lutherum (A Defence of the Seven Sacraments Against Martin Luther), was also written in Latin. Henry dedicated the book to Pope Leo X and afterwards was bestowed the title defensor fidei (Defender of the Faith), a title the Queen still bears today. Luther reacted with indifference.   When Luther’s book reached England, Thomas More, in refutation of Luther's work, composed a high quality theological treatise called Assertio Septem Sacramentorum contra Martinum Lutherum ("In Defense of the Seven Sacraments Against Martin Luther"). King Henry claimed authorship of the book and was given the title Defender of the Faith by the.


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EARLY HISTORY OF RELIGION. Imagine holding history in your : John Clerk. Assertio Septem Sacramentorum book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Assisted by Saint John Fisher and Saint Thomas More, the King of England defends the Catholic Faith against the onslaught of Martin Luther's new religion.

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John Clark's oration, and the Pope's answer thereunto, as also the Pope's Bull by which His Holiness was pleased to bestow upon King Henry VIII (for composing this book) that title of Defender of the Faith.

Henry VIII's assertion of the seven sacraments ('Defence of the Seven Sacraments against Martin Luther') was published in the summer of The book provided the impetus for Pope Leo X to award Henry the title 'Fidei Defensor' (Defender of the Faith).

Full text of "Assertio septem sacramentorium, or, defence of the seven sacraments" See other formats. The Defence of the Seven Sacraments also known as Assertio Septem Sacramentorum was a theological treatise written in and was officially attributed to King Henry VIII.

Henry began writing it in whilst he was reading Martin Luther’s attack on indulgences and denounced the Papal system. Thomas More and Bishop John Fisher helped him to refute Martin Luther’s The Babylonian Captivity of the Church () and defend the seven sacraments of the Church (reduced by Luther to two, baptism and the eucharist) in the Assertio septem sacramentorum.

Henry further asserts the authority of the Pope as ‘the Chief Priest and Supreme Judge upon Earth’. Assertio septem sacramentorum; or, Defence of the seven sacraments. To demolish Christ s Church, so long founded upon a firm rock ; erecting to themselves a new church, compacted of flagitious and impious people.

The sacra ment of Orders is nothing else but the custom of elect ing a preacher in the Church. Assertio septem sacramentorum, or, An assertion of the seven sacraments against Martin Luther by Henry VIII King of England Published by Printed by :   Assertio septem sacramentorum or, an assertion of the seven sacraments against Martin Luther 2nd ed., rev.

and corr. by Henry VIII King of England. Published by printed by Nath. Thompson in London. Written in EnglishPages: Download Assertio Septem Sacramentorum Or An Assertion Of The Seven Sacraments Against Martin Luther ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.

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John Clark's oration, and the pope's answer thereunto Assertio septem sacramentorum adversus Martinum : Copertina flessibile. Assertio septem sacramentorum, or, An assertion of the seven sacraments against Martin Luther. Inthe staunchly Catholic King Henry VIII of England wrote a theological treatise "Assertio Septem Sacramentorum" (aka.

a "Defence of the Seven Sacraments") as a rebuttal of Martin Luther's "Babylonian Captivity of the Church," in Brand:   Assertion of the Seven Sacraments Against Martin Luther Set Forth by Henry 8 th (Assertio Septem Sacramentorum), Henry VIII. PrintedAntwerp: Printer: Michaelis Hillernij.

Henry VIII wrote this denunciation of Martin Luther’s heresies inselling well in numerous Latin, English and German editions. Martin Luther () was willing to identify Reconciliation of a Penitent as a sacrament, in addition to Baptism and Eucharist.

In Henry VIII was awarded the title "Defender of the Faith" by Pope Leo X in recognition of Henry's treatise Assertio Septem Sacramentorum (Assertion of the Seven Sacraments) which defended the doctrine of.

The book is printed on parchment and presents the signature of King Henry on the illuminated title-page and on the last page. Pope Leo X (Giovanni de' Medici,); Pope from ) was so impressed with this defense of the seven sacraments against the teachings of Martin Luther, that he conferred on Henry and his successors the title.Assertio septem sacramentoru[m] aduersus Martin.

Lutherum / Assertio septem sacramentorum aduersus Martin. Lutherum Imprint from VD Signatures: A-K⁸(-K8). Title within ornamental woodcut border. Printed in italic type with some woodcut initials throughout text.

VD 16 H Errata: p. We have in this little book, gentle reader, clearly demonstrated, I hope, how absurdly and impiously Luther has handled the holy sacraments. For though we have not touched all things contained in his book, yet so far as was necessary to defend the sacraments (which was our only design), I suppose I have treated, though not so sufficiently as might have been done, yet more than is even.