The Revival of Popery, Its Intolerant Character, Political Tendency ... and Unceasing Usurpations: Detailed in a Series of Letters to William Wilberforce; with an Appendix ... and Remarks on the Wilful Corruption of Holy Scripture

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Ogle, Duncan, and Company, 1819 - Church and state - 252 pages

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OCLC: 27332949
Related Subjects: Papacy. | Popes -- Temporal power. | Church and state in Great Britain.

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Page 106 - HOLY Scripture containeth all things necessary to salvation : so that whatsoever is not read therein, nor may be proved thereby, is not to be required of any man, that it should be believed as an Article of the Faith, or be thought requisite or necessary to salvation.
Page 209 - The Protestants foolishly expound it of Rome, for that there they put heretics to death, and allow of their punishment in other countries; but their blood is not called the blood of saints, no more than the blood of thieves, mankillers, and other malefactors, for the shedding of which, by order of justice, no commonwealth shall answer.
Page 227 - The Holy Bible, translated from the Latin Vulgate, diligently compared with the Hebrew, Greek, and other Editions, in divers languages : the Old Testament, first published by the English College at Douay, AD 1609 ; and the New Testament, first published by the English College at Rheims, AD 1582. With Annotations, References, and an Historical and Chronological Index.
Page 106 - The Church hath power to decree Rites or Ceremonies, and authority in Controversies of Faith: And yet it is not lawful for the Church to ordain any thing that is contrary to God's Word written, neither may it so expound one place of Scripture, that it be repugnant to another.
Page 231 - At a time that a vast number of bad books, which most grossly attack the Catholic religion, are circulated even among the unlearned, to the great destruction of souls, you judge exceedingly well, that the faithful should be excited to the reading of the Holy Scriptures, for these are the most abundant sources, which ought to be left open to every one, to draw from them purity of morals and of doctrine, to eradicate the errors which are so widely disseminated in these corrupt times.
Page 182 - I likewise undoubtedly receive and profess all other things delivered, defined, and declared by the sacred canons and general councils, and particularly by the holy Council of Trent : and I condemn, reject, and anathematize all things contrary thereto, and all heresies which the church has condemned, rejected, and anathematized.
Page 50 - MODEST (a) apology for the Roman Catholics of Great Britain : addressed to all moderate Protestants ; particularly to the members of both Houses of Parliament.
Page 128 - Wuiek published in the Polish language with a commentary, as well as a copy of the edition of it lately put forth without those annotations, taken from the writings of the holy fathers of our church, or other learned...
Page 203 - In this work, when it shall be found that much is omitted, let it not be forgotten that much likewise is performed; and though no book was ever spared out of tenderness to the author, and the world is little solicitous to know whence proceeded the faults of that which it condemns, yet it may gratify curiosity to inform it that the English Dictionary...
Page 129 - NEW SPECIES OF TARES WHICH AN ENEMY IS SOWING SO ABUNDANTLY, may, by this, cheering hope, be" somewhat alleviated: and, we heartily invoke upon you and your fellow Bishops, for the good of the Lord's flock, ever increasing spiritual gifts, through our Apostolic Benediction, which we impart to yourself and to them. " Given at Rome, at St. Mary the Greater, June 29, 1816, the 17th year of our Pontificate.

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