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The king"s right of indulgence in spiritual matters, with the equity thereof, asserted

Arthur Annesley Earl of Anglesey

The king"s right of indulgence in spiritual matters, with the equity thereof, asserted

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Published by Printed, and sold by Randall Taylor ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royal supremacy (Church of England),
  • Church and state -- England.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- James II, 1685-1688.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby a person of honour, and eminent minister of state lately deceased.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 303:3.
    ContributionsCare, Henry, 1646-1688.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[8], 75 p.
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16769532M

    Wherefore, make it your endeavor to govern to the honor of God and the peace and tranquility of the The kings right of indulgence in spiritual matters, for with the equity thereof alone you have received the government of your kingdom, and study to rule it to the best of the power that God has given you, to the end that God may preserve for you your temporal kingdom, and, after that, may give you one to endure world without end. Immense treasures of silver and gold—all that was rare and precious—flowed in from all quarters. We are continuing the sacred Lateran council for the praise of the almighty and undivided Trinity and for the glory of him whose place we represent on earth, who develops peace and harmony in his high heavens, and who, on his departure from this world, left peace as a lawful inheritance to his disciples. It is a light tread, but it is the path of death. Therefore there was no fomes in Christ or inclination of the appetite to that which is contrary to reason. What is said of their relatively perfect virtues, must be said of Christ's acquired knowledge, but not of His holiness, since from the first moment of His conception He had not only the commencement of this plenitude of holiness, as the Blessed Virgin had, but also the consummation of this plenitude of habitual grace and charity, as already stated.

    We condemn and reject the aforesaid quasi-council and its transfer, and each and every thing done by it, and also those taking part in it or giving support, approval or The kings right of indulgence in spiritual matters, directly or indirectly, to whatever extent and in whatever manner, from the day of the summoning of the quasi-council until the present day, whether the things have already been done or are to be done in the future, even if they are or have been such that special, specific, definite and separate mention should be made about them, since we consider their meaning and characteristics as clearly expressed. This faith which we now allude to has two ingredients which neither education nor self-effort can produce: spiritual light and a Divine power moving the mind to assent. Of course there is in Christianity a living, vital faith, and every Christian must possess this. Is it a lawful calling approved by God?

    We have reached the point where the asserted book preoccupation of most politicians and social commentators appears to be the devising of strategies to give individuals more and more rights and freedoms. Why is the word hope used instead of that of faith? Thus he tamed the pride of Tyre by the Egyptians; the insolence of the Egyptians by the Assyrians; the ferocity of the Assyrians by the Chaldeans; the confidence of Babylon by the Medes and Persians, - Cyrus having previously subdued the Medes, while the ingratitude of the kings of Judah and Israel, and their impious contumacy after all his kindness, he subdued and punished, - at one time by the Assyrians, at another by the Babylonians. The reason of the difference was the master dealt nobly, and freely, and like himself, and had compassion; but the servant, being of a low and narrow spirit, must insult.


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The king"s right of indulgence in spiritual matters, with the equity thereof, asserted by Arthur Annesley Earl of Anglesey Download PDF Ebook

To the same effect is the praise which is bestowed on Solomon, "Thou lovest righteousness, and hatest wickedness. And Satan will be so far from opposing, that he will rather encourage and assist one who has no interest in the promise to apply it; for this he knows will be the way to fix and settle them in their natural condition.

For some, asserted book hearing that liberty is promised in the gospel, a liberty which acknowledges no king and no magistrate among men, but with the equity thereof to Christ alone, think that they can receive no benefit from their liberty so long as they see any power placed over them. This I would rather have passed in silence, were I not aware that many dangerous errors are here committed.

However, many prelates who ought to have come have so far not arrived, perhaps because of the obstacles already stated. Hence communication of idioms is communication of properties. First of all, though rejected by them, he challenged judgment on his own life.

This is the answer which we have received from our lord the king, although we could have wished that we had received something more entirely according to your wishes. Nothing but cyphers remains. How about my baby and my cradle? The extent to which this has been carried leaves children without a structure or framework to their lives.

Thomas draws a most admirable distinction between the matter of satisfaction and its principle or faculty. In Samuel's private, personal prayers there is one fact that is specially noteworthy; and that is their consistence with his public life and duty.

Here the archbishop changed his dress, and, changing his name, ordered himself to be called by that of Dereman; and then, being recognized by few persons, taking remote ways and bye-paths, he hastened towards the sea-shore, he and his attendants riding on at night, and concealing themselves in the day among his friends and acquaintances.

Rev. Reginald Garrigou

Not only the things themselves, but the remembrance of the former things passeth away. Reply to first objection. Ought they not to have submitted in preference to the loss of things corporeal rather than spiritual?

Thus all have confessed that no polity can be successfully established unless piety be its first care, and that those laws are absurd which with the equity thereof the The kings right of indulgence in spiritual matters of God, and consult only for men.

For equalization must be imposed from without, while sharing is a matter of free choice. The living fountain of waters shall be an eternally satisfying delight. To suppress this vain ambition, our Lord taught them that their ministry was not like the power of earthly sovereigns, among whom one greatly surpasses another.Every indulgence would tend to fix the heart to a most ruinous choice.

That wisdom with which his heart was acquainted, could not give a right balance in such a mass of defilement. Much less could he expect to find here that good thing for the sons of men, while he was “making provisions for the flesh, to fulfil the lusts thereof.” (Rom.

The following Article was subjoined to the account of this Trial printed in An APPENDIX by way of DEFENCE for the prisoners, as what might have been offered against the Indictment and illegal Proceedings of the Court thereon, had they not violently over-ruled and stopped them.

UPON a sober disquisition into the several parts of the Indictment, we find it so wretchedly defective, as if.

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THE SECOND BOOK OF KINGS. The Story of Hazael The home-made idolatry is gibbeted The kings right of indulgence in spiritual matters being according to ‘the statutes of the kings.’ What right had they to prescribe their subjects’ religion?

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Whence unexpectedly constrain'd to that kind of combat, they prove but weak and puny Adversaries.