The Faith and Doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, Proved by the Testimony of the Most Learned Protestants, Selected from Their Genuine Works. by the Author of the Protestant Apology, for Roman Catholic Church

The Faith and Doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, Proved by the Testimony of the Most Learned Protestants, Selected from Their Genuine Works. by the Author of the Protestant Apology, for Roman Catholic Church

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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. 1813 edition. Excerpt: ... thou, St. Peter, pray tor me I " ' " 1 Mary o_t-pircth not to be a1 Goddess.-She is however to be jn-aycd (0, that God may flrroigb /0' gram our requests," Mr. B may call his great grandsire a _/brmgm-r; his doctrine however is ortho dox, how _foreign socvcr F2011: his modern followers! In Pnrgatione qnornmlnm A'lichlvfiafl. + In am 8. Josvuiic Btptimx. 1 Semi. in Mngn ficat_-fume 6_ M_ '31 But, to come to 1: divine of our own, who never did willingly invent a lie, or write a line in favour of Popery. " I do not deny," says " Bishop Montague, " that the saints aremcdintors, as they are called, of prayer and intercession. They interpose with God by their supplications, and mediate by their prayers." " Nay," says he, striking at the root of the principal ob'ection-made by our adversaries! " I grant, 1-that ehrist is not wronged in his mediation, it be' ing no impict to saw," as Papists do, " Holy Mary pray for mel 'or, 11 can see no absurdity in nature, no mcongruit unto analogy of fiiith, no Wpugnancl at all to /20.y scripture, much less im iety to say, holy angel guardian pray for me!" Tl'lus, Doctor i-Mvniaglm And how this same man could at the same time swallow the parliamentary oath which declares theFiinvoc.'ition of the Vir 'n Mary, or any other Saint, to be superstitious an idolatrous," is to me a. mystery.. As to the antiquity of the practice, the-very translators of Dupin themselves admit with reluctance, the admission of Saints into the public litzmics, as early asthe year 600! by order of Pope Gregory the first, 1200 years ago! Bishop Forbes also yields the practice of the whole church to us. " 11 Multis jam...show more

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  • English
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