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And some honest and great clerks have been with me and desired me to write
the most curious terms that I could find; and thus between plain, rude and curious
I stand abashed. But in my judgment the common terms that be daily used ...
Hurried away with this impulse, those who sit in judgment pronounce for
sentences the prejudices they brought from home with them; and think their duty
fully discharged if they condemn none to be punished but such as are convicted
by their ...
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 ...
There was a father** who denied that marriage ought to be forbidden to the
ministers of the Church, and pronounced cohabitation with a wife to be real
chastity; and there were fathers who assented to his judgment. They have
There was a father" who contended that the Church ought not to take precedence
of Christ, because his judgment is always according to truth; but ecclesiastical
judges, like other men, may generally be deceived. Breaking down this landmark
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