Letters of John Huss Written During His Exile and Imprisonment/Treatises of John Huss

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Note B., p. 197.

TREATISES OF JOHN HUSS, ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF THEIR DATES.

 
1°. Treatise on the Glorified Blood of Jesus Christ.[1]
2°. Treatise on the Books of Heretics which should be read and not burned.
3°. Answer to the Englishman John Stokes, the Calmuniator of Wycliffe.
4°. Vindication of some of the Articles of Wycliffe.
5°. On the Withdrawal of Temporal Goods from the Clergy.
6°. On Tithes.
7°. On the Crusade published by Pope John XXIII. against Ladislaus.
8°. Refutation of the Bull of John XXIII. touching the Indulgences for that Crusade.
9°. Answer to an Unknown Adversary.
10°. Answer to the Preacher in Plzna.
12°. On the question of knowing whether it be allowable publicly to denounce the Views of the Clergy.
13°. Researches upon Three Doubts, namely, Whether we must believe in the Pope? Whether it be possible to be saved without Confession to a Priest? and whether any learned Doctor has said that any of those overtaken with Pharaoh, or destroyed with Sodom, can he saved?
14°. On what we must Believe?
15°. Treatise on the Six Errors received in the Church.
16°. Answer to Stephen Paletz.
17°. Answer to Stanislaus by Znöima.
18°. Refutation of the Writings of Eight Doctors of Theology.
19°. Treatise of the Church.
20°. The Book of Antichrist.—Anatomy of its Members.
21°. Of the Reign, the Life, and the Manners of Antichrist.
22°. Of the Abomination of Priests and Monks in the Church of Jesus Christ.
 

 

TREATISES WRITTEN BY JOHN HUSS IN HIS PRISON, FOR THE EDIFICATION OF HIS KEEPERS.

 
1°. Explanation of the Apostles’ Creed, of the Decalogue, and of the Lord’s Prayer.
2°. Of Mortal Sins.
3°. Of Marriage.
4°. Of the Knowledge and Love of God.
5°. Of the Three Enemies of Man.
6°. Of the Seven Mortal Sins.
7°. Of Penitence.
8°. Of the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ.
 

TREATISES OMITTED IN THE FIRST EDITION OF THE WORKS OF JOHN HUSS, THE DATES OF WHICH ARE UNKNOWN.

 
1°. Against the Opinion that the Body of Christ is Created in the Sacrament of the Altar.
2°. Against the Worshipping of Images.
3°. Of the Abolition of Sects and Human Traditions.
4°. Of Schism and the Unity of the Church.
5°. Of Evangelical Perfection.
6°. A Fragment on the Mystery of Iniquity.
7°. A Fragment on the Revelation of Christ and Antichrist.
8°. Fragments on Diverse Subjects.
 
  1. This Treatise, approved of by the Archbishop Sbinks, is as early as the year 1404 or 1405. It was written before John Huss had been denounced or persecuted by the clergy.
 

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