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" The Church hath power to decree Rites and Ceremonies, and authority in Controversies of Faith... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Página 142
1817
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Essays and Addresses

R. W. Dale - 1899 - 398 páginas
...than another ? The Church, instead of being under the control of apostolic law, " hath " not only " power to decree rites and ceremonies," and " authority in controversies of Faith," but freedom to determine from time to time all questions relating to its own organization. It may change...
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The Reformation in Great Britain

Henry Offley Wakeman, Leighton Pullan - 1900 - 142 páginas
...asserted to rest upon the authority of the Church (Article Six), that the Church is asserted to have the power to decree rites and ceremonies, and authority in controversies of faith (Article Twenty), that Article Twenty-eight is carefully altered so as no longer to oppose the doctrine...
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Fifty Years at Enst Brent: The Letters of George Anthony Denison, 1845-1896 ...

George Anthony Denison - 1902 - 393 páginas
...functions in the parish to which he has been appointed. (3) That the Church (not the State), " having power to decree rites and ceremonies and authority in controversies of Faith," this Union submits itself absolutely to the Synods of the Church ; and, in regard to matters now under...
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English Church history from the death of king Henry vii. to the death of ...

Alfred Plummer - 1905
...offend the Eoman party by words which appeared to deny the Eeal Presence. She also prefixed to the 20th Article, " The Church hath power to decree rites and...ceremonies and authority in controversies of faith." This addition was directed against the Puritan position, that no rites or ceremonies must be decreed...
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History of English Congregationalism

R. W. Dale - 1907 - 787 páginas
...(Of Consecration of Bishops and Ministers), and the words of the twentieth article affirming that " the Church hath power to decree Rites and Ceremonies and authority in Controversies of Faith " — are exempted from the pains and penalties of the Five Mile Act, and from the fine of £100 inflicted...
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History of English Congregationalism

R. W. Dale - 1907 - 787 páginas
...Unitarians.55 » Ibid., § 17. " Ibid., § 8. The Articles excepted were 34, 35, 36, and part of 20 : viz. " The Church hath power to decree rites and ceremonies, and authority in controversies of faith." Exemptions were allowed also to Baptists and Quakers in respect of infant baptism (27), and the taking...
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Methodist Review, Volumen25

1843
...are equally binding upon all "faithful Catholics?' because they are enacted by " the Church ;" and " the Church hath power to decree rites and ceremonies, and authority in matters of faith." " Transubstantiation" they conceal under that artful and deceptive phrase, " the...
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The Creed for the Twentieth Century

C. G. Harrison - 1923 - 128 páginas
...on our obedience. It is in these two senses that the Church of England in Article XX. claims to have power to decree rites and ceremonies, and authority in controversies of faith. It is also hi the sense of potestas that she requires from her members (so long as they choose to remain...
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The American Catholic Quarterly Review

James Andrew Corcoran, Patrick John Ryan, Edmond Francis Prendergast - 1877
...Prayer" of the "Established Church" of England, in the "Thirty-nine Articles," occurs the following: " The Church hath power to decree rites and ceremonies, and authority in contro versies of faith." .... Art. xx. " The power of the civil magistrate extendeth to all men, as...
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The Reformed Church Review

1898
...ordinances and rites of the Church. The 20th article of the Church of England declares that the " Church has power to decree rites and ceremonies, and authority in controversies of faith," but that she may " ordain nothing that is contrary to the written word of God." That is undoubtedly...
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