History of the Christian Church to the Reformation

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T. & T. Clark, 1860 - Church history - 526 pages

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Page 50 - But when the fulness of time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, to redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.
Page 488 - The Acts of the Apostles ; or the History of the Church in the Apostolic Age. By M.
Page 75 - God, had come into the world in the form of a man, but without being really a man. He had, in appearance, suffered in Judea, and manifested himself to the Jews as the Son, to the Samaritans as the Father, and to the Gentiles as the Holy Ghost.
Page 257 - Ceterum nec cohibere parietibus deos neque in ullam humani oris speciem adsimulare ex magnitudine caelestium arbitrantur: lucos ac nemora consecrant deorumque nominibus appellant secretum illud, quod sola reverentia vident.
Page 493 - ... speak, though few are now fully aware of the very high respect in which his Works were held by all the leading English Reformers and Ecclesiastical Writers from Cranmer to Hooker, and the extensive benefits resulting to the Church of Christ from his literary labours. At that time, doctrines which he never held were not attributed to him ; nor were sentiments imputed to him which he never advocated. Bishop Horsley well advised to ascertain what is Calvinism and what is not.
Page 174 - Creed was enlarged by the addition of a formula affirming the equality of the Holy Spirit with the Father and the Son.
Page 105 - Ad hanc enim Ecclesiam, propter potentiorem principalitatem, necesse est omnem convenire Ecclesiam ; hoc est, eos qui sunt undique fideles : in qua semper, ab his qui sunt undique, conservata est ea quae est ab Apostolis traditio.
Page 113 - James, the second epistle of Peter, the second and third epistles of John, the epistle of Jude, and the book of Revelation ; seven in all.
Page 299 - Lay Abbots or Abbacomites. Prior to the period of Charlemagne the court appointed its favorites to the office of abbot : rich abbacies were given to the higher secular clergy in commendam. ie simply to enjoy its revenues, or else to counts and military chiefs in reward for their sen-ices.
Page 491 - Indicator,' as on a sun-dial, of the meaning of the Evangelists and Apostles. It has been an invaluable aid to the commentators of more recent times ; and we are happy to see that all our clergymen may now have access, in their mother tongue, to the work which has already instructed them through the medium of critics familiar with the original of this most suggestive index. The translators have prrformtd their work with much painstaking, and have rendered an important service to many American scholars,...

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