An Answer to Dr. Pusey's Challenge Respecting the Doctrine of the Real Presence; In Which the Doctrines of the Lord's Supper, as Held by Him, Roman and Greek Catholics, Ritualists, and Hish Anglo-Catholics, Are Examined and Shown Volume 1

An Answer to Dr. Pusey's Challenge Respecting the Doctrine of the Real Presence; In Which the Doctrines of the Lord's Supper, as Held by Him, Roman and Greek Catholics, Ritualists, and Hish Anglo-Catholics, Are Examined and Shown Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ...under the form of bread and wine, but He made us His ' own Body spiritually, that is to say, the church of the ' faithful. So therefore he calls it a spiritual body, although ' it may consist of corporal parts, that is to say, of the faithful.' ' And ye were made the Lord's Bread.' That is respecting ' the body of the church which by the Lord's body is figured.' 143. A portion of the same extract from Augustine is made into another separate canon, and is headed thus, ' Christ's body ' is understood in a twofold manner. " lxii. Christ com' " mended to us His body and blood in this sacrament, which ' "also He made even us ourselves. For we also have been ' "made the body of Himself."' 24 28. The gloss is, 'He ' commended.' ' That is to say, His own body, which is the ' Church, a simple figure of speech as it were.' ' The body of ' Himself.' ' Spiritual body, whilst we are in the Church ' deservedly and in name.' It 1444 Here we are taught contrary to Dr Pusey, but in accordance with the Reformers, that Christ's spiritual body, or His body spiritually, is not inclusive of, but in contradistinction to, the body which was born of Mary. As a matter of simple certainty, Augustine taught no other presence of a body in the sacrament than a spiritual body, and one that could be received spiritually only. Will Dr Pusey, Archdeacon Freeman, and Sir Robert Phillimore accept the testimony of Bertram on this point whom they profess to esteem as being such an important witness? Well, he says, ' S. Augustine sulfi' ciently teacheth us...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 467g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236790405
  • 9781236790408