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  • Why Believe?

    Why Believe?
    Eileen P. Flynn

    Establishing the identity and meaning of Jesus as the perfect revelation of God, Why Believe? examines the nature of theology, God, faith, scripture, the Church, spirituality, and morality.

  • Exposition of the Creed ... rev. and cor. by E. Burton ... 3d ed. 1847

    Exposition of the Creed … rev. and cor. by E. Burton … 3d ed. 1847
    John Pearson

    As our religion is Catholic, it holdeth fast that faith which was once delivered to the saints, and since preserved in the Church ; and … and found out followers in these latter ages, who have erected a new body of divinity in opposition to the Catholic theology. … In that part, which, after the demonstration of each truth, teacheth the necessity of the believing it, and the peculiar … And indeed in the whole work, as I have laid the foundation upon the written word of God, so I have with much …

  • Reports from Committees, Volume 8

    Reports from Committees, Volume 8

    He published a book in the year 1822, and he stated what the R-J- M'Ghie. objects and views of the Roman Catholic … upturn the very foundations of society ; and, instead of benefiting the community, it would drench our streets and fields in blood. … which the poor Roman Catholics receive from their Bishops, all of which instructions, in their morals, in their theology, … I believe they are, so far that the force of law has been given to the instructions which they conveyed to the people … <3f.

  • Christian Examiner and Theological Review, Volume 34

    Christian Examiner and Theological Review, Volume 34

    This is the vital question; here is the line of demarkation; here is the grand foundation of Christianity. … It is liberty therefore to be a Catholic, if one thinks he finds, in the teachings of Christ and his Apostles, enough to sustain the … aside as fables, and yet claim to believe in a religion, of which we can have and can procure no satisfactory knowledge, save from that record. … 3D s. vol. xvi. No. 1. 15 vol. xxxiv.–3D s. vol. xvi. No. 11. 17 1843.] The Christian Name and Christian Liberty. 113.

  • Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 2

    Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 2
    John McClintock, James Strong

    He then went to Wittenberg, and thence to Marburg in 1526, and laid the foundation of the university there. … His whole works are collected in the library of Anglo-Catholic Theology (Oxford, 1843-53, 5 vols. … Arabia, lived in the 3d century, and practiced medicine at /Egea, in Cilicia. … be made, coald not admit the creation of matter, yet did not believe that the world had always been in its present state.

  • The Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology, Volume 25, Issue 7

    The Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology, Volume 25, Issue 7

    … three pounds in moneys, to be paid in gross at the audit, or fifteen shillings quarterly, as the President and Seniors shall think meetest. … I stepped in to see the buildings as I passed through Oxford, September the 3d, 1635 °, containing six windows towards the east. … building which joins to his lodging from the foundation to the roof, containing upon the ground a buttery with cellarage underneath it, …

  • The Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology: Works of the Most Reverend Father in God, William Laud, D.D. ... (1847-60)

    The Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology: Works of the Most Reverend Father in God, William Laud, D.D. … (1847-60)

    … pounds in moneys, to be paid in gross at the audit, or fifteen shillings quarterly, as the President and Seniors shall think meetest. … September the 3d, 1635°, containing six windows towards the east. … joins to his lodging from the foundation to the roof, containing upon the ground a buttery with cellarage underneath it, …

  • The Universal Theological Magazine and Impartial Review, Volumes 1-2

    The Universal Theological Magazine and Impartial Review, Volumes 1-2

    3d. edit. p. 8. 9. We cannot accede to the opinion of the acute and learned prelate , in Tfgard to the responsibility of the … And again, " We think the Catholics to be in an error; they think thp same of as; both ought to reflect that every error is not a  …

  • The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817). [Continued as] The Intellectual repository and New Jerusalem magazine. Enlarged ser

    The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817). [Continued as] The Intellectual repository and New Jerusalem magazine. Enlarged ser

    of that mental liberty, which can freely contemplate new truths in relation to theology. … The proximate cause of this commotion, it appears, was the remonstrance of John Eonge, a Roman Catholic priest, and others, against the scandalous pilgrimage to the " Holy Vestments at … We declare the foundation and pillar of the Christian faith to be the Holy Scriptures. … 3d. I believe in the power of the Holy Ghost, in the Holy Universal Church, in the Forgiveness of Sins , and in Eternal Life.

  • The British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 41

    The British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 41

    … in which the Haliness, Justice, and Mercy of God are li ewn to have ever existed upon the fanc Foundation of Wisdom, i ruth, … containing a brief Inquiry into the Principles on which my fierious and contradictory Propositions may be believed. … 3d. The Protestant and Papist's Manual, containing a Protefiant's Reafons for the Independence of the ancient British … A Full View of the Roma: Catholic Question; containing Anfwers to the Edinburgh Review, Mr. Canning, the Abfurdity of a …

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