The Christian duty

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by Claude François Tulliet, 1684 - 315 pages

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Page 160 - I am the Lord thy God, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
Page 65 - ... plainly intimates, that Stephen, for usurping such a power, and making himself — a judge over bishops, was little better than a tyrant — and as heavily almost he censures him, and peremptorily opposes him as obstinate in error, in that very place where he delivers that famous saying, " how can he have God for his father, who hath not the church for his mother...
Page 269 - Himself who pronounces them by his mouth ; for the priest does not say, ' This is the Body of Jesus Christ,' but,
Page 243 - The basic justification for the title is to be found in the fact that both the Incarnation of the Son of God and the Redemption of mankind by the vicarious atonement of Christ were dependent on Mary's free assent.
Page 55 - Son , as from one only Source , and not as made or created , nor as begotten , but produced...
Page 257 - I have made known to you all that I have received from my Father.
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