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Half-hours with Freethinkers - Page 16
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1861
...religion. Article 15 charges him with affirming that justification by faith means only the peace of mind or sense of divine approval which comes of trust in a righteous God, and that justification is a verdict of forgiveness upon our repentance, and of acceptance upon the...
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Recent Inquiries in Theology: By Eminent English Churchmen : Being "Essays ...

Frederic Henry Hedge - Theology - 1860 - 480 pages
...one which the apostle intended ? Why may not justi6cation by faith have meant the peace of mind, or sense of divine approval, which comes of trust in...conscience requires, but to works of appeasement by ritual. Justification would be neither an arbitrary ground of confidence, nor a reward upon condition...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1860
...one which the Apostle intended ? Why may not justification by faith have meant the peace of mind, or sense of Divine approval, which comes of trust in...conscience requires, but to works of appeasement by ritual. Justification would be neither an arbitrary ground of confidence, nor a reward upon condition...
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Recent Inquiries in Theology: By Eminent English Churchmen ; Being "Essays ...

Frederic Henry Hedge - Theology - 1861 - 498 pages
...one which the Apostle intended ? Why may not justification by faith have meant the peace of mind, or sense of Divine approval, which comes of trust in...that to obey is better than sacrifice. Faith would bo opposed, not to the good deeds which conscience requires, but to works of appeasement by ritual....
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Recent inquiries in theology

Frederic Henry Hedge - History - 1861 - 498 pages
...one which the Apostle intended ? Why may not justification by faith have meant the peace of mind, or sense of Divine approval, which comes of trust in...sacerdotalism ; or that to obey is better than sacrifice. FaHh would be opposed, not to the good deeds which conscience requires, but to works of appeasement...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 5; Volume 113

William Hendry Stowell - 1861
...goes. Mr. Rowland Williams rays, " Why may not justification by faith have meant the peace of mind, or sense of Divine approval which comes of trust in a...God rather than a fiction of merit by transfer."*; The sacrifice of Christ goes. The same writer says, " With St. Paul, sacrifice meant the presenting...
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Analysis of 'Essays and reviews'.

George Anthony Denison - 1861
...Article XL Essay II. p. 80: — " Why may not justification by faith have meant the peace of mind, or sense of Divine approval, which comes of trust in...righteous GOD, rather than a fiction of merit by transfer ? " Essay II. p. 87 : — " Salvation from evil through sharing the Saviour's spirit, was shifted into...
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The 'Essays and Reviews' Examined: A Series of Articles Contributed to the ...

James Buchanan - Theology - 1861 - 267 pages
...of justification by faith : ' Why may not justification by faith ' have meant the peace of mind, or sense of Divine ' approval, which comes of trust in...' God, rather than a fiction of merit by transfer? ' .... Faith would be opposed not to the -i .'i ' good deeds which conscience requires, but to >',.'....
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The 'Essays and reviews' examined; a series of articles contributed to the ...

James Buchanan - 1861
...of justification by faith : ' Why may not justification by faith ' have meant the peace of mind', or sense of Divine ' approval, which comes of trust in...' God, rather than a fiction of merit by transfer ? ' . . . . Faith would be opposed not to the ' good deeds which conscience requires, but to ' works...
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Popular lectures on 'the Essays and reviews'.

John Cumming - 1861
...statements as the following : — " Why may not justification by faith have meant " the peace of mind, or sense of Divine approval, " which comes of trust in...God, rather " than a fiction of merit by transfer?" — Essays and Reviews, p. 80. " Salvation from evil through sharing the Saviour's " spirit, was shifted...
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