An exposition of the Thirty-nine articles of the Church of England. [Another]

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Tbe Jews in that time did not diſprove
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It ſtands oft for a Perſon
94
A form of dorine ſettled by the Apoſtles
102
What is well proved from Scripture
103
The Canon of the Old Teſtament proved
109
Concerning the hiſtorical parts of Scripture
116
CONTENTS
119
400
122
The hopes of another life in the Old Teſtament
129
Of their judiciary laws
135
Of not coveting what is our neigbbours
141
All men liable to death by it ibid
148
St Auſtins dotrine in this point
154
Tbe true notion of liberty ibid
163
Concerning Juſtification ibid
170
The neceſſity of bolineſs ibid
179
Of the great extent of our duty ibid
187
Concerning mortal and venial fin ibid
195
The fate of the queſtion
202
The arguments of the Supralapſarians
212
This done at the Council of Nice
216
The arguments of the Sublaplarians 22 1
222
The Socinians plea
230
The cautions added to it ibid
237
But for others we cannot juilge of the extent of the mercies
245
And whether they do agree to the Church of Rome
251
The ſubſcription to them imports an alent to them and
254
Tbe Church is ſtill viſible but not infallible
257
This was not a corruption only of diſcipline but of doctrine
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ARTICLE XX
269
Great refpet due to her deciſions
275
Wbat numbers are neceſſary ibid
281
Concerning the words Tell the Church
286
Unleſs with chaſtiſements in this life
292
Tbe original of purgatory
299
The doktrine of pardons and indulgences
305
The expoſtulations of the Prophets
311
Were afterwards worſhipped 2316
317
Confillion may be adviſed but not commanded
375
Of falling and prayer ibid
381
St Jamess words explained
391
And This cup is the New Teſtament in my blood
419
But the Articles may have different ſenſes and if the words
422
Of unworthy receivers and the effet of that fin
425
This is contrary to the teſtimony of all our faculties both ſenſe
433
This was not objeEted by Heathens
442
Of the doctrine of intention
448
Toa call it the type fign and figure of the body and blood
449
The occaſion on which it was advanced in the Eaſtern Church
455
This illuſtrated in the third Article
459
Tbe adoration of tbe Euchariſt is idolatry ibid
461
The various readings of the Articles collated with the
465
The doétrine of tbe Fathers in this point
467
Univerſal practice for giving the chalice ibid
473
The Eucbariji bas no virtue but as it is a Communion
479
The ill conſequences of
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22
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Great varieties in rituals
509
The occafion of this Article ibid
515
Conteſted in many places
521
The temporal porver is over all perſons
527
The Fathers did not think the Euchariſt was a propitiatory
533
An account of thoſe various readings
537
The lawfulneſs of oaths proved ibid
539
ibid
The practice of the Church 353
Baptiſm is a federal ſtipulation
No proſpect of another General Council ibid
It is grounded on the law of nature
III
The caufeleſs jealouſy of Churchpower
It can be no Sacrament ibid
Tbe change made in this Article in Queen Elizabeths time
The true notion of ſcandal
441
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