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Title: The History of Arianism
Year: 1728 (1720s)
Authors: Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686 Lamy, Bernard, 1640-1715 Webster, W. (William), 1689-1758
Subjects: Arianism Socinianism
Publisher: London : Printed by William Roberts
Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
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cation of Saints ; in a word, without Chriftian Reli- rion. In order to prove his Charge againll the Janfenifts, of rcjc^ing « j^^^^^^,_the Divinity of Jesus Christ, he begins with their * Tranfla-/y c^lUdtion of the new Tcftament, and endeavours to prove that the fenfej^^^j)^* they ticn. .^4^- The Hlflory <?/ S o c i n i a n i s m.they have given to feveral paflages of it are Socinians : As John c. x.29. I Cor. c. XV. 22. A6ts c. x. 34. Rom. c. ii. 11. Rom. c. v. 6.I Their; c. V. 9. Colofi: c. ii. 14. But the Tranflators had been fo far from giving into Socinianifm^by their interpretation of thofe paflages, that all of them are ex-plained in the fame manner as the antient Verfions, Fathers, and In.terpreters have rendred them. And as we cannot, without doingviolence to Juftice and Reafon, accufe thofe Verfions, Fathers, andInterpreters, with favouring Socinianifmj fo neither can we theTanfenifts in this Tranflation, by their explanation of thofe Texts inconformity to them. FINIS,

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Image from page 424 of “The history of Romanism : from the earliest corruptions of Christianity to the present time; with full chronological table, analytical and alphabetical indexes and glossary; illustrated by numerous accurate and highly finished engr
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Title: The history of Romanism : from the earliest corruptions of Christianity to the present time; with full chronological table, analytical and alphabetical indexes and glossary; illustrated by numerous accurate and highly finished engravings of its ceremonies, superstitions, persections, and historical incidents
Year: 1845 (1840s)
Authors: Dowling, John, 1807-1878
Subjects: Catholic Church Catholic Church Papacy
Publisher: New York : E. Walker
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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Primitive Christianity—Christ, the Master.

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Papal Christianity—The Pope, the Servant. The servant is not above his master. « chap, in.] POPERY ON A TOTTERING THRONE—A. D. 1303-1545. 395 Huss loses the favor of the King. Invites a discussion at Prague on the Popes bull of Crusade. provided he pays a sum of money, he can obtain, by means of avery slight contrition, remission of his sins, and of their consequentpenalty: the other is a man of worth who has never committed butvenial sins ; yet, if he gives nothing, he shall have no pardon. Now,according to the bull, if those two men should happen to die, theformer—the criminal—will go straight to heaven, escaping the painsof purgatory; and the second—the just man—will have to undergothem. Were such indulgences really available in heaven, we oughtto pray to God that war might be waged against the Pope, in orderthat he might throw open all the treasures of the Church !* In reading these extracts from the writings of Huss, it is impos-sible not to think of the still more s

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