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" We see in the English Church, I will not merely say no descent from the first ages, and no relationship to the Church in other lands, but we see no body politic of any kind ; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, a department of government,... "
Messenger - Página 96
1906
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Lectures on Certain Difficulties Felt by Anglicans in Submitting to the ...

John Henry Newman - 1850 - 325 páginas
...kind ; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, a department of government, or a function or operation of the state, — without a substance, —...is easier to love or hate an abstraction, than so tangible a framework or machinery. We regard it neither with anger, nor with aversion, nor with contempt...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

1856
...kind ; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, a department of government, or a function or operation of the state, — without a substance,—...with them its power of exciting feelings of any kind. . . . We regard it neither with anger, nor with aversion, nor with contempt, any more than with respect...
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Peace through the truth: or, Essays on subjects connected with dr ..., Volumen1

Thomas Norton Harper - 1866 - 4 páginas
...kind ; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, a department of government, or a function or operation of the State — without a substance, —...officials, depending on and living in the supreme power. . . . Its Prayer-book is an Act of Parliament of two centuries ago, and its cathedrals and its...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumen12

Henry Allon - 1850
...kind; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, a department of government, or a function or operation of the state, — without a substance, —...on, and living in the supreme civil power. Its unity an d personality are gone, and with them its power of exciting feelings of any kind. It is easier to...
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Catholic Doctrine as Defined by the Council of Trent: Expounded in a Series ...

Adrien Nampon - 1869 - 750 páginas
...; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, or department of government, or a function or operation of the State, — without a substance —...them its power of exciting feelings of any kind It is responible for nothing; it can appropriate neither praise nor blame ; but whatever feeling it raises,...
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Characteristics from the Writings of John Henry Newman: Being Selections ...

John Henry Newman - 1874 - 447 páginas
...Establishment, a department of Government, or a function or operation of the State,—without a substance,—a mere collection of officials, depending on and living...is easier to love or hate an abstraction, than so common place a framework or mechanism. We regard it neither with anger, nor with aversion, nor with...
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Characteristics from the Writings of John Henry Newman: Being Selections ...

John Henry Newman - 1875 - 447 páginas
...kind ; we see nothing more or less than an Establishment, a department of Government, or a function or operation of the State, — without a substance, —...is easier to love or hate an abstraction, than so common place a framework or mechanism. We regard it neither with anger, nor with aversion, nor with...
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The Bible and the rule of faith, tr. by G.M. Ward

Louis Nazaire Bégin (card.) - 1875
...kind ; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, a department of government, or a function or operation of the State, without a substance — a...depending on and living in the supreme civil power. ... It is responsible for nothing ; it can appropriate neither praise nor blame ; but whatever feeling...
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Characteristics from the Writings of John Henry Newman: Being Selections ...

John Henry Newman - 1875 - 447 páginas
...a function or operation of the State, — without a substance, — a mere collection of officinls, depending on and living in the supreme civil power....personality are gone, and with them its power of exciting feelingn of any kind. lt is easier to love or hate an abstraction, than so common place a framework...
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Cardinal Newman

Richard Holt Hutton - 1891 - 251 páginas
...; we see nothing more or less than an establishment, a department of governrnen^, or a function or operation of the State — without a substance, —...It is easier to love or hate an abstraction than so tangible a frame-work or machinery." i 1 Lectures on Anglican Difficulties, p. 7, 2nd edition. This...
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