Institutes of ecclesiastical history, ancient and modern. A new and literal tr. by J. Murdock, ed. with additions, by H. Soames, כרך 2

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עמוד 196 - ... respecting the manner in which the body and blood of Christ are present in the sacred supper.
עמוד 195 - The controversy, which commenced in the preceding century, respecting the procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son...
עמוד 7 - Oriyen, who is called Adamantius, together with his nefarious, execrable, and abominable doctrine ; and to every one who believes it, or in any manner presumes at all to defend it at any time : in Christ Jesus, our Lord, to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.
עמוד 350 - Nicolaus and the council required to be believed, namely, that the bread and wine after consecration are not only a sacrament, but also the real body and blood of Christ, and are sensibly, and not merely sacramentally, but really and truly handled by the hands of the priests, broken and masticated by the teeth of the...
עמוד 207 - Secondly, that in the first week of Lent they permitted the use of milk and cheese. Thirdly, that they wholly disapproved of the marriage of priests. Fourthly...
עמוד 421 - Appeals, if they arise, must be made from the archdeacon to the bishop, and from the bishop to the archbishop ; and if the archbishop shall fail in administering justice...
עמוד 51 - Hist., vol. i., p. 121."— Mad. Aldhelm was grandson to Ina king of the West Goths. When young he travelled over Gaul and Italy, and pursued study with such ardour that he became one of the most learned men of the age. Returning to England, he lived first as a monk, and then for thirty-four years as the abbot of Malmsbury ; afterwards, he was bishop of Sherburne AD 705-709.
עמוד 22 - The Christian religion was in this century diffused beyond its former limits, both in the eastern and western countries. In the East, the Nestorians, with incredible industry and perseverance, laboured to propagate it from Persia, Syria, and India, among the barbarous and savage nations inhabiting the deserts and the remotest shores of Asia ; and that their zeal was not inefficient appears from numerous proofs still existing.

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