Thursday, November 09, 2006

Protestantism: Historic Persecution and Intolerance (Index Page)

Another "traitor" Catholic meets his end, in pieces / Martin Luther, Founder of Protestantism


INTRODUCTORY / OVERVIEW




CATHOLIC MARTYRS OF THE ENGLISH "REFORMATION" (SO-CALLED)


[1375 martyrs of Protestant tyranny documented in four papers]



St. Thomas More: Noble Heroism Amidst Treachery

Martin Luther's Reactions at the News of the Death of Zwingli, and the Martyrdoms Under Henry VIII, of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher


161 English and 269 Irish Catholic Martyrs During the Reign of the Tyrant Henry VIII: 1534-1544 [at the Very Least: 430 Martyrs]

312 English Catholic Martyrs and Heroic Confessors During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth ("Bloody Good Queen Bess"): 1558-1603

123 English Catholic Martyrs and Heroic Confessors in the Post-Elizabethan Era: 1603-1729 (+ 66 English Martyrs of Unknown Dates / Martyr Resources)

444 Irish Catholic Martyrs and Heroic Confessors, Persecuted by English Royalty, Anglicans, Cromwellians, Etc.: 1565-1713

Discussion on Whether the English Revolution (aka "Reformation") was a "Terrorist" Campaign [Facebook, 9-16-14]

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (ON THE CONTINENT) FOR HAVING DIFFERENT BELIEFS



Martin Luther: The Civil Government Ought to Put Frigid Wives and Adulterers to Death

Martin Luther's Reactions at the News of the Death of Zwingli, and the Martyrdoms Under Henry VIII, of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher

Lord Acton on Melanchthon and Persecution of Heretics for Denial of the Real Presence and Various Other Crimes

Protestant "Reformer" Martin Bucer Advocated Death for Adulterers

Martin Luther Advocates Breaking Wheel Torture and Execution for Prostitutes, Capital Punishment for Female Sorcerers, Burning of "All" Witches

John Calvin's Sanction of Torture (of the Libertines) and Belief that the Extra Torment Caused by an Inept Executioner Was the "Special Will of God"

John Calvin's Mocking of Michael Servetus's Initial Reaction to His Death Sentence (Burning at the Stake)

Philip Melanchthon's Advocacy of the Death Penalty For Denial of the Eucharistic Real Presence and His Later "Crypto-Calvinist" Eucharistic Position[s]

Dialogue on Melanchthon and the Death Penalty for Denial of the Real Presence (+ Part II) (vs. Dr. Edwin Tait)

John Calvin Reiterates His Support of Capital Punishment for Heresy in 1557: Four Years After Servetus' Execution


PLUNDERING AND THEFT OF CATHOLIC CHURCH PROPERTIES




OPPOSITION TO CO-EXISTENCE WITH CATHOLICS AND THE MASS ("ANTI-ECUMENISM")


Birth and Origin of the Pope: Cranach's vulgar woodcut, commissioned by Luther (photo and short description)
 









Dialogue With Dr. Paul Owen on John Calvin's Anti-Catholicism (vs. Paul Owen)

The Early Protestants Were Ecumenical? NOT! (+ Part II) (vs. Dr. Paul Owen)

Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue #3: Comparative Ecclesiology / Grace and Merit / Lutheran View of the Mass Compared to the Catholic View of Lutheran Worship


ANTI-CATHOLIC PENAL LAWS





ICONOCLASM (DESTRUCTION OF ART AS "IDOLATRY")




INTER-PROTESTANT INTOLERANCE



John Calvin Disses Lutheranism, Describes it as "Evil" and Worse Than Catholicism In Its Persecutions of Calvinists

The Protestant Sacramentarian Controversies (Calvin vs. Luther vs. Zwingli)

Martin Luther Refutes Zwingli and Other Deniers of the Real Presence

Zwingli, Bucer, and Oecolampadius Said Martin Luther and Lutherans Weren't Christians

Quiz on Early Protestant Disharmony Regarding Eucharistic Beliefs




Dialogue: John Calvin's Letter to Philip Melanchthon Concerning Protestant Divisions: Its Nature, Intent, and Larger Implications

Philip Melanchthon in 1530 Longs For the Return of the Jurisdiction of Catholic Bishops / His Agonized Tears Over Protestant Divisions and Dissensions

Martin Luther: Lutheran Followers of His Version of the Gospel "Do Not Care" Whether They "Live According To It"; "Ingrates" Deserving God's "Wrath"





John Calvin's Disgusted Agony Over Genevan Morals, Personal Betrayal, Dissension of Lutheran "Beasts," Etc. / Inflated Self-Comparison to King David


GERMAN PEASANTS' REVOLT (1525-1526)




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