August the 9th, 1683.

In the name of God Amen. I Izaak Walton the elder of Winchester being this present day in the neintyeth yeare of my age and in perfect memory for wich praysed be God: but Considering how sodainly I may be deprived of boeth doe therfore make this my last will and testament as followeth. And first I doe [declare] my beleife to be that their is only one God who hath made the whole world and me and all mankinde to whome I shall give an acount of all my actions which are not to be justified, but I hope pardoned for the merits of my saviour Jesus.--And because [the profession of] Cristianity does at this time, seime to be subdevided into papist and protestant, I take it to be at least convenient to declare my beleife to be in all poynts of faith, as the Church of England now professeth. And this I doe the rather, because of a very long and very trew friendship with some of the Roman Church.



Me too! I mean, I'm not neinety...

Well put, Mr. Walton

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Wednesday, February 6, 2008

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  1. Mr. Walton would roll in his grave to see what the fine leadership of the Anglican communion has done these days. Women "priests," sodomites dis-gracing the cloth, and the encouragement of sharia law. Boy-oh-boy, or maybe this is the natural progression of those outside the Barque of Peter. ...

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