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It is a demonstrable historical fact that every notable protestant theologian of the 16-19th century, regardless of denomination, believed and taught that the papacy was antichrist.In the British Isles, Thomas Cranmer was the Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, and for a very Of course, his Protestant stance was what led the staunchly Catholic Queen, “bloody Mary,” to execute him.Instead, he recanted the coerced statement saying, “As for the Pope, I refuse him as Christ’s enemy and Antichrist, with all his false doctrines” and thus he died honorably as a reformation martyr. The Scottish reformer, John Knox, held similar views to Calvin and other reformers.He had been captured from his native land by the French and forced into slave labor until he was released to England where he served the Anglican King Edward VI.He wrote a book entitled, where he said of the pope, “He is in an emphatical sense, the Man of Sin…” In his commentary on Revelation, he wrote, “The beast with seven heads is the Papacy of many ages: the seventh head is the man of sin, antichrist.He stated, “Yea, we doubt not to prove the kingdome of the Pope to be the kingdome and power of Antichrist.”Indeed, the reformers had little doubt.But is this just a Lutheran and Calvinist construct?His writings on the papacy as antichrist are extensive.
However, he was first tortured by watching his close friends being brutally executed.
Under such duress, he signed a statement denying Protestantism and was scheduled to make a public profession just prior to his own execution.