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" It is most true that the Roman Catholics believe the doctrines of their Church to be unchangeable; and that it is a tenet of their creed, that what their faith ever has been, such it was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. "
Practical and Internal Evidence Against Catholicism: With Occasional ... - Page 76
by Joseph Blanco White - 1825 - 296 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 84, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1814
...seems to be implied by these lines. It is most true that the Roman Catholicks believe the doctrine of their church to be unchangeable: and that it is...beginning, such it now is, and such it will ever be. But this they confine to the Articles of their Faith ; and they consider no doctrine to be of faith,...
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An Historical and Literary Account of the Formularies, Confessions of Faith ...

Charles Butler - Religious literature - 1816 - 200 pages
...those, which proceed from the want of observance of this rule. It is most true, that the Roman-catholics believe the doctrines of their church to be unchangeable...was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. But this they confine to the Articles of their Faith ; and they consider no doctrine...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 18

England - 1825
...their church to be unchangeable ; and that it is a tenet of their creed, that what their faith ever baa been, such it was from the beginning, •such it now...boasted consistency of doctrine, and the curse of the church. The Council of Trent, that council whose decrees are, by the creed of Pius IV., declared...
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Historical Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish Catholics: Since the ...

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1822
...which proceed from the want of observance of this rule. It is most true, that the roman-catliolics believe the doctrines of their church to be unchangeable...was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. But this they confine to the articles of their faith ; and they consider no doctrine...
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Historical Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish Catholics: Since the ...

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1822
...those, which proceed from the want of observance of this rule. It is most true, that the roman-catholics believe the doctrines of their church to be unchangeable...was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. But this they confine to the articles of their faith ; and they consider no doctrine...
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Critica Biblica: or, Depository of sacred literature, comprising remarks on ...

William Carpenter - 1827
...Christian moderation of the Catholic lawyer! The latter thus writes at p. 9, " It is most true, that Roman Catholics believe the doctrines of their church...was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. But this proposition they confine to the articles of their faith ; and they consider...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 18

England - 1825
...sacramentorum perceptione arccantur donee reKipis:<mt, anathema sit — Can. VIIJ. et XIV. dc Baptitmo. tlior of the Book of the Roman Catholic Church, ' that the...boasted consistency of doctrine, and the curse of the church. The Council of Trent, that council whose decrees are, by the creed of Pius IV., declared...
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The Book of the Roman-Catholic Church: In a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Charles Butler - Great Britain - 1825 - 347 pages
...which proceed from a want of the observance of this rule. It is most true, that the roman-catholics believe the doctrines of their church to be unchangeable...was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. But this proposition they confine to the articles of their faith ; and they consider...
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The book of the Roman-Catholic Church: in letters addressed to R. Southey on ...

Charles Butler, Robert Southey - 1825
...those, which proceed from a want of the observance of this rule. It is most true, that roman-catholics believe the doctrines of their church to be unchangeable...was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. BUT THIS PROPOSITION THEY CONFINE TO THE ARTICLES OF THEIR FAITH ; and they consider...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 25

Abraham John Valpy - Great Britain - 1825
...EXCEPT SUCH AS is AN ARTICLE OF THEIR FAITH. It is most true, that Roman Catholics believe the doctrine of their church to be unchangeable ; and that it is...was from the beginning, such it now is, and such it ever will be. BUT THIS PROPOSITION THEY CONFINE To THE ARTICLES OF THEIR FAITH ; and they consider...
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