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And for to pass the time this book shall be pleasant to read in; but for to give faith
and believe that all is true that is contained herein, ye be at your liberty. But all is
written for our doctrine, and for to beware that we fall not to vice ne sin, but to ...
Paul's direction, that every prophecy be framed ''according to the analogy of faith,'
" has fixed an invariable standard by which all interpretation of Scripture ought to
be tried. If our principles be examined by this rule of faith, the victory is ours.
They think it unimportant what any one holds or denies concerning God and
Christ, provided he submits his mind with an implicit faith (as they call it) to the
judgment of the Church. Nor are they much affected, if the glory of God happens
to be ...
Every one of them, therefore, who is most solicitous for his belly, is found to be a
most strenuous champion for their faith. Indeed, they universally exert themselves
for the preservation of their kingdom, and the repletion of their bellies; but not ...
But they have this peculiar advantage above us, that they can confirm their faith
by continual miracles even to this day. But the truth is, they allege miracles which
are calculated to unsettle a mind otherwise well established, they are so frivolous
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