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" They who contend, that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in them, must suppose, that the legislature expected the consent of ten thousand men, and... "
The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th] - Page 528
1809
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Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the Private and Political ...

Jonathan Dymond - 1855 - 440 pages
...contend that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...opinion upon all subjects short of demonstration."! Now it appears that the legislature of Elizabeth actually did require uniformity of opinion upon these...
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A Vindication of the Catholic Church: In a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Francis Patrick Kenrick - 1855 - 342 pages
...contend that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirtynine Articles, than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...hundreds. It is difficult to conceive how this could have been expected by any, who observed the incurable diversity of human opinion upon all subjects...
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Theologia dogmatica. Secundis curis auctoris, Volume 1

Francis Patrick Kenrick (abp. of Baltimore.) - 1858 - 608 pages
...contend that nothing less can justify subscription to the thirty-nine articles,than (he actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...to many hundreds. It is difficult to conceive how tin's couM be expected by any, who observed the incurablt1 diversity of human opinion upon all subjecb...
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Paley's Moral Philosophy: With Annotations

William Paley, Richard Whately - 1859 - 264 pages
...contend, that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...opinion upon all subjects short of demonstration. If the authors of the law did not intend this, what did they intend ? They intended to exclude from...
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Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the Private and Political ...

Jonathan Dymond - 1880 - 594 pages
...contend that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...one controverted proposition, but to many hundreds, ft is difficult to conceive how this could be expected by any who observed the incurable diversity...
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The Inquirer, Volume 3

1840 - 572 pages
...subscription; because we must then suppose that the legislature expected the consent of ten thousand (sixteen thousand) men ; and that in perpetual succession not...one controverted proposition, but to many hundreds. For it is difficult to conceive how this could be expected by any who observed the incurable diversity...
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Religious Thought in England in the Nineteenth Century

John Hunt - 1896 - 606 pages
...Those who contend that nothing less can justify subscription to the Articles than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...one controverted proposition, but to many hundreds.' l Dr Powell of Cambridge said that ' As new discoveries have sprung up, explanations have to be gradually...
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The Christian Creed and the Creeds of Christendom: Seven Lectures Delivered ...

Samuel Gosnell Green - 1898 - 376 pages
...says) that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...diversity of human opinion upon all subjects short of demonstration.1 It might perhaps be remarked, by the way, that this is exactly what the Legislature...
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The English Church in the Eighteenth Century

Charles John Abbey, John Henry Overton - 1906 - 518 pages
...the consent of ten thousand men, and that in perpetual succession, not to one controverted position, but to many hundreds. It is difficult to conceive...any who observed the incurable diversity of human opinions upon all subjects short of 1 'Strictures on the Articles, Subscriptions, kc.,' Jortin's Traett,...
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History and Exposition of the Twenty-five Articles of Religion of the ...

Henry Wheeler - 1908 - 418 pages
...to the Thirty-n1ne Articles than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition conta1ned in them must suppose that the legislature expected...controverted proposition, but to many hundreds. It 1s difficult to conceive how this could be expected by any who observed the incurable perversity of...
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