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And , on the other hand , there is an agreeرة ment of Fathers from the first that
mankind has derived. 1 Vid . infra , towards the end of the Essay , where more
will be said on the passage . 2 There seems no reason why we should not allow
John Henry Newman. رة ment of Fathers from the first that mankind has derived
some disadvantage from the sin of Adam . Next , when we consider the two
doctrines more distinctly , — the doctrine that between death and judgment there
is a ...
... fit the Thirty - nine Articles on the fervid Tertullian . The question is , which of all
these theories is the simplest , the most natural , the most persuasive . Certainly
the notion of develop - ro ment under infallible authority is not a less grave , Sec .
It is impossible to mistake the judg . ment passed on the religion by these three
writers , and still more clearly by other writers and Imperial functionaries . They
evidently associated Christianity with the oriental superstitions , whether ...
... a spirit of bitterness into a system of love and harmony . " 2 Such , however ,
was the judgAd Demetr . 4 , & c . Oxf . tr . 2 Ilist . ch . xv . ment passed by the first
Christians upon all who did Sec . II . ] THE CHURCH OF THE FOURTH
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A prolific author, educator and priest, John Henry Newman sought to catalog, examine and improve knowledge and understanding of church doctrine. In this book, he delves deep into the past of the ... Read full review
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Amazing book. Life changing for me. Doctrine develops from ideas implicit in the life of the Christian community. The Church, like Mary, ponders the mystery of God through the ages, shedding light ... Read full review