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43  chapter two of Speyer (), Calvin penned, Supplex exhortatio ad invictissimum Caesarem48 in which he appeals directly to the emperor to take up the work of restoring the church. He also seeks to explain to Charles the character of the reformation which should be sought. In the diet of Speyer, the emperor promised to call a general council—a move for which he received a rebuke in August of  from the pope, who censured the emperor for taking matters into his own hands. To this admonition, Calvin responded in  in Admonitio paterna Pauli III.

Consider, for instance, Calvin’s assertion of Rome’s non-church status (if you will): * If church is considered . . [in the sense currently under dispute] . . then they are not churches but profane conventicles (non fuisse ecclesias sed profana conventicula), whose meetings the prophets decry. For if those are churches, then Elijah, Micah and the others . . were strangers from the church of God (ergo ab ecclesiae Dei alieni fuerunt Elias, . )— * If church is considered . . [in the sense currently under dispute] .

First, he maintained baptism there, a witness to his covenant; . . Secondly, by his providence he caused other vestiges to remain, that the church might not utterly die (primo illic conservavit, foederis testimonium . . deinde sua providential effecit ut aliae quoque reliquiae exstarent, ne ecclesia prorsus interiret). . Therefore while we do not simply wish to concede the title of church to the papists, we do not for this reason refuse to concede the existence of churches among them (Quum ergo ecclesiae titulum non simpliciter volumus concedere papistis, non ideo ecclesias apud eos esse inficiamur), but we only argue about the true and lawful constitution of the church which in the communion [of those holy things .

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