The progress of the Church of England since the Reformation. Repr., with corrections, from 'The Ecclesiastic'.

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Page 30 - IT is certain by God's word, that children which are baptized, dying before they commit actual sin, are undoubtedly saved.
Page 21 - Nay, so far was it from the purpose of the church of England to forsake and reject the churches of Italy, France, Spain, Germany, or any such like churches, in all things which they held and practised...
Page 32 - The body and blood of Christ which are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper.
Page 43 - O LORD and heavenly FATHER, we Thy humble servants entirely desire Thy fatherly goodness mercifully to accept this our sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving ; most humbly beseeching Thee to grant, that by the merits and death of Thy SON JESUS CHRIST, and through faith in His blood, we and all Thy whole Church may obtain remission of our sins, and all other benefits of His passion.
Page 22 - And when any is passing out of this life, a bell shall be tolled, and the minister shall not then slack to do his last duty.
Page 24 - ... sacred orders might be given or conferred ; we, following their holy and religious example, do constitute and decree, that no deacons or ministers be made and ordained, but only upon the Sundays immediately following Jejunia quatuor temporum, commonly called Ember Weeks, appointed in ancient time for prayer and fasting (purposely for this cause at their first institution) and so continued at this day in the Church of England...
Page 20 - Whosoever shall hereafter affirm, That the sacred Synod of this nation in the name of Christ, and by the King's authority assembled, is not the true Church of England by representation, let him be excommunicated, and not restored until he repent and publicly revoke that his wicked error.
Page 43 - This is a plain oblation of Christ's death once offered, and a representative Sacrifice of it for the sins and for the benefit of the whole world, of the whole Church ; that both those which are here on earth, and those that rest in the sleep of peace, being departed in the faith of Christ, may find the effect and virtue of it.
Page 34 - Christ's death, which was now commemorated, all the Church of God might receive mercy, &c., as in this prayer; and when that was done he did communicate the people, and so end with the thanksgiving following hereafter. If men would consider the nature of this Sacrament, how it is the Christian's sacrifice also, they could not choose but use it so too; for as it stands here it is out of his place. We ought first to send up Christ unto God, and then He will send Him down unto us.
Page 35 - Sac. p. 342. .\o,v aulem ita comparali stimus, ut cum tarn multis et magnis authoribus errare malimus quam cum Puritanis verum dicere. Not that it makes any propitiation as that of the Cross did, but only that it obtains and brings into act that propitiation which was once made by CHRIST ; and so we may speak of prayer, for that is propitiatory too.

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