A View of the Pontificate: From Its Supposed Beginning, to the End of the Council of Trent, A.D. 1563. In which the Corruptions of the Scriptures and Sacred Antiquity, Forgeries in the Councils, and Incroachments of the Court of Rome on the Church and State, to Support Their Infallibility, Supremacy, and Other Modern Doctrines, are Set in a True Light
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Page 385 - I will go down now, and fee whether they have done altogether according to the Cry of it, which is come unto me ; and if not, I will know.
Page 59 - To the pure all things are pure ; but to the defiled and unbelieving nothing is pure, but both their mind and conscience are defiled. 16 They profess that they know God, but by their works they deny him, being abominable and disobedient, and for every good work reprobate.
Page 184 - I say therefore to the unmarried and widows, It is good for them that they abide even as I.
Page 264 - Jhine before Men, that they may fee your good Works, and glorify your Father which is in Heaven.
Page 378 - I. i. tit. 2. ci rnoft ridiculouOy lays " the Foundation of it in Paradife, making God " the firft Inquifitor, and our firft Parents by their " Fall guilty of Herefy : And left this pretty " Story fhould want Embellifliment, he tells us, " That after .the great Inquifitor had condemned " them in a formal Manner, he enjoyned them a " Penance, which they performed, wearing Lea" them Garments ; in Imitation of which, the Vol.
Page 357 - ffyjfin, together with the proper Homilies, which " contained an Expofition of fome Part of the Old " and New Teftament, or fome Practical Moral Do
Page 234 - ... fiefs. Nos. 68-73 illustrate this feature of his policy. I, Richard, by the grace of God and St. Peter prince of Capua, from this time forth will be faithful to the holy Roman church, to the apostolic see, and to you, pope Gregory. I will have no share in any plan or any deed to injure you in life or limb or to make you captive. Any plan which you may confide to me, wishing it to be kept secret, I will never divulge consciously...
Page 362 - Aflaflines ; and it has, more " than once, been thought meritorious to take off a " King that flood in their way ". 7. Mr. Hovel calls the Office of the Holy Inquifition, the Scandal and Scourge of the Chriftian Religion, the...
Page 358 - School-Divinity, tho' this fcarce appears by his *' Works. Peter Abailard, in the Beginning of the ** Twelfth Century, and Peter Lombard about the " Middle carry it on in the fame Steps Damafceae " had begun ; fo that by this Time Theology had ** put on quite another A(pe6r,, her Arguments re...