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Tertullian, Adv. Prax. c. 30. “ In the meantime

He poured forth the Holy Ghost, a gift which He had received from the FATHER; the third Name of the GODHEAD, and the third Person in the order or rank of the Divine Majesty."—See also De Cult. Fem. lib. II. c. i.; Adv. Marc. lib. II. c. ix. Cyprian, Test. lib. III. c. ci. “ The HOLY SPIRIT

frequently appeared in fire...... And mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke, because God de

scended upon it in fire.”
b. Councils.

Antioch, A.D. 269.
Nice, A.D. 325.
Constantinople, A.D. 381.
Ephesus, A. D. 431.

Chalcedon, A.D. 451.
c. Creeds.


d. Confessions.

1 Helvetic, Art. vi. 2 Helvetic, c. ii. Basil, Art. i.

Bohemian, c. iii. Gallican, Art. vi. Belgic, Arts. viii. xi. Augsburg, Art. i. Wirtemberg, c. iii. Sueveland, Art. i. Saxon, Art. i.

PROP. II. The Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and the Son. 1. The Testimony of Reason.

As the Father has communicated His whole essence to the

Son, so the SPIRIT, proceeding from the FATHER, proceeds

also from the Son. 2. Divine Testimony.

New Testament.
From the FATHER.
Direct. John xiv. 26, “But the Comforter, which is the

Holy Ghost, Whom the FATHER will send in my

He shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you."-See also John xiv. 16.

c. xiii.

From the Son.
Indirect. John xv. 26, “But when the Comforter is

come, Whom I will send unto you from the FATHER,
even the Spirit of truth, which proceedeth from the
Father, He shall testify of Me." See also John xvi. 7.

Gal. iv. 6. 1 Pet. i. 11. 3. Human Testimony. a. Fathers. Just. Martyr, Apol. 1, c. vi. p. 47. See also Apol. 1,

p. 51. Tertull. Against Praxeas, c. xxx. “In the meantime

He poured forth the Holy Ghost, a gift which He had received from the FATHER; the third name of the GODHEAD, and the third Person in the order or rank

of the Divine Majesty." Ambros. de Symb. c. iii. “ Moreover the Holy SPIRIT

is truly the Spirit proceeding indeed from the FATHER and the Son, but He is not Himself Son, because He is not begotten, neither is He Father, because He

proceeds from both." See also August. de Trin. lib. XV. c. xxvi. § 47; c.

xxvii. 48. Vigil. cont. Eut. I. Hilar. de Trin. lib. II. C. xxix. p. 802. Concil. Tolet. IV. c. i. xi. Expos. Fid. Synod. Anglic. apud Bed. Hist. Eccles.

lib. IV. c. xvii. b. Creeds.


Athanasian. c. Confessions.

2 Helvetic, c. iii. Gallican, c. iii. Belgic, Art. viii. xi.

Wirtemberg, c. iii. Sueveland, Art. iji. Bohemia, c. iii.
Gallican, Art. vi.

Prop. III. The Spirit (of GoD) is holy. 1. Inherently.

As very and true God. Ps. li. 11. 2. Officially. A. External.

Revelation and application of the will of God. John

xiv. 26. 2 Tim. ii. 16. 2 Pet. i. 21.

Constitution of the Church and Ordination of Ministers.

Acts xx. 28; xüï. 2. 1 Cor. xü. 6–10. Ephes. iv. 11, 12. B. Internal. Ezek. xxxvi. 27.

Enlightenment. Ps. cxix. 8. John vi. 63; xvi. 13.

Acts xvi. 14. 1 Cor. ii. 11, 12.
Conviction of sin. John xvi. 8, 9. Acts. ï. 37.
Sanctification and renewal of the will. John iii. 5. 1 Cor.

vi. 11. 2 Thess. ii. 13. Tit. ïïi. 5. 1 Pet i. 2.
Regeneration. John iï. 5.
Guidance. Rom. viï. 1, 14, 26, 27.
Consolation. John xiv. 16. Acts xiv. 22.
Assurance. Rom. viii, 15, 16.

Rom. viii. 15, 16. Ephes. i. 13, 14. 3. Effectively.

Fruits. Gal. vi. 22, 23.




De divinis Scripturis, quod suffi- Of the Suficiency of the Holy Scripciant ad Salutem.

tures for Salvation. SCRIPTURA sacra continet Holy Scripture containeth all

omnia, quæ ad salutem sunt things necessary to salvation : necessaria, ita, ut quicquid in so that whatsoever is not read ea nec legitur, neque inde pro- therein, nor may be proved bari potest, non sit a quoquam thereby, is not to be required exigendum, ut tanquam arti- of any man, that it should be culus fidei credatur, aut ad believed as an article of the salutis necessitatem requiri pu- faith, or be thought requisite tetur.

or necessary to salvation. Sacræ Scripturæ nomine, eos In the name of the holy canonicos libros Veteris

Veteris et Scripture we do understand Novi Testamenti intelligimus, those canonical books of the de quorum authoritate in Ec- Old and New Testament, of, clesia nunquam dubitatum est. whose authority was never any

doubt in the Church. De nominibus, et numero li Of the Names and Number brorum sacræ Canonicæ Scrip- of the Canonical Books. turæ Veteris Testamenti. Genesis.

Genesis. Exodus.

Exodus. Leviticus.

Leviticus. Numeri.

Numeri. Deuteron.

Deuteronomium. Josuæ.

Josue. Judicum.

Judges. Ruth.


Prior Liber Samuelis.
Secundus Liber Samuelis.
Prior Liber Regum.
Secundus Liber Regum.
Prior Liber Paralipom.
Secundus Liber Paralipom.
Primus Liber Esdræ.
Secundus Liber Esdræ.
Liber Hester.
Liber Job.
Ecclesiastes, vel Concionator.
Cantica Salomonis.
4 Prophetæ Majores.
12 Prophetæ Minores.

The First Book of Samuel.
The Second Book of Samuel.
The First Book of Kings.
The Second Book of Kings.
The First Book of Chroni.
The Second Book of Chroni.
The First Book of Esdras.
The Second Book of Esdras.
The Book of Hester.
The Book of Job.
The Psalms.
The Proverbs.
Ecclesiastes, or Preacher.
Cantica, or Songs of Solomon.
Four Prophets the Greater.
Twelve Prophets the Less.

Alios autem libros (ut ait And the other books (as Hieronimus) legit quidem Ec- Hierome saith) the Church clesia, ad exempla vitæ, et for- doth read for example of life, mandos mores; illos tamen ad and instruction of manners; but dogmata confirmanda non ad- yet doth it not apply them to hibet: ut sunt

establish any doctrine. Such are these following:

Tertius Liber Esdræ.
Quartus Liber Esdræ.
Liber Tobiæ.
Liber Judith.
Reliquum Libri Hester.
Liber Sapientiæ.
Liber Jesu filü Sirach.
Baruch Propheta.
Canticum Trium Puerorum.
Historia Susannæ.
De Bel et Dracone.
Oratio Manassis.
Prior Liber Machabeorum.
Secundus Liber Machabeorum.

The Third Book of Esdras.
The Fourth Book of Esdras
The Book of Tobias.
The Book of Judith.
The rest of the Book of Hester.
The Book of Wisdom.
Jesus the Son of Sirach.
Baruch the Prophet.
The Song of the Three Children.
The Story of Susanna.
Of Bel and the Dragon.
The Prayer of Manasses.
The First Book of Machab.
The Second Book of Machab.

Novi Testamenti omnes li All the books of the New bros (ut vulgo recepti sunt) Testament, as they are comrecipimus, et habemus, pro monly received, we do receive Canonicis.

and account them for canonical.

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