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CHRIST, the only King and Lawgiver in his
church, and to him alone subjection in
of the church of Christ extremely different,
monies and authority in controversies of Faith,
vested by the constitution of the church of
179, 225-233, 251, 252.
part of our constitution than either of the
ecclesiastical authority, 10-11, 224-243.
The bishops and clergy of the English church
strenuously opposed the reformation from po-
the dignitaries and clergy were deprived by
The absurdity of this power being lodged in the
Queen instanced in the case of Mr. Whiston,
and defended, 26-28, 251-257.
has shewn a persecuting and dividing
They nobly suffered in defence of these princi-
ples, and are justly entitled to the reverence
preserved by the puritans alone, and that
“ dom of their constitution,” 162-163. Note.
sincerely desirous of a coalition with it, if the
gion, which they do not believe, one cause of
the growth of infidelity, 271, 277-278.
the church, 274,
TRADICTION IN TERMS," 276.
tradictory to each other, yet both of them
undoubtedly on the church, 23-27, 79-83,
sacred institution.--A disgrace to the church.
entiously give it to an evil-liver as a qualifica-
sumed by the priest to forgive sins.--No such
practice pointed out, 44-48.
consistent with and repugnant to each other,
was received at its first institution, 12--13,
at receiving the sacrament, or at prayers, as
Mr.Wbite asserts, 12—15,50–51, 118-120.
England, --The power of the Lay-Chancellor,
priests and deacons, 263-266, 284–292.
proved, 13-16, 48-57, 114, 165-175.
ceremonies, and refusing submission to others,
that episcopalian ordination in which Mr.