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Title: What the world believes, the false and the true, embracing the people of all races and nations, their peculiar teachings, rites, ceremonies, from the earliest pagan times to the present, to which is added an account of what the world believes today, by countries
Year: 1888 (1880s)
Authors: Rawson, Albert L. (Albert Leighton), 1829-1902 Hagar, George J. (George Jotham), 1847-1921
Subjects: Religions
Publisher: New York, Gay Brothers & company
Contributing Library: Brigham Young University-Idaho, David O. McKay Library
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ffe. In hisbold course he was encouraged byKing Wenceslaus and his queen,Sophia, to whom he was confessor.In 1409 he was named rector of theuniversity ; was soon after suspendedfrom his office of priest, and, con-tinuing to preach in the fields andin houses against the pope, the authority of tradition, indulgences,etc., was denounced at the court of Rome, and, on his failing toanswer the charges made against him, was excommunicated byAlexander V. Tumults occurring in Prague between the fol-lowers of Huss and the Romish party, Huss retired for a time tohis aative village. When Pope John XXIII. proclaimed a cru-sade against Ladislaus, King of Naples, Huss boldly condemnedthe pope, was again cited to Rome, and at last, in 1414, to theCouncil of Constance. Thither, trusting to the safe-conduct givenby the Emperor Sigismund, he went. Unshaken by entreaties orby terrors, he was arrested, degraded from the priesthood, deliver-ed over to the secular arm, and burnt in July, 1415. His disciple.

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CONNECTED WITH RELIGIOUS HISTORY. 67 Jerome of Prague, met a like end in the following year. Theirdeath provoked the Hussite War in Bohemia, in which Zizka dis-tinguished himself, and which lasted till 1431. Jerome of Prague, so-called from the place of his birth, studiedin the universities of Oxford, Paris, Prague, etc., was a disciple ofWickliffe, and boldly followed the great reformer Huss in propa-gating his doctrines. He attacked the worship of relics and imageswith ardor, trampled them underfoot, and caused the monks who op-posed him to be arrested. He public-ly burned in 1411 the bull of the cru-sade against Ladislaus of Naples andthe papal indulgences. When Husswas imprisoned at Constance he has-tened to his defence ; but on his at-tempting to return to Prague theDuke of Salzbach caused him to beseized and carried in chains to Con-stance. He there received in prisoninformation of the terrible fate of hisfriend, and was terrified into a mo-mentary recantation of his principles;


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