Indulgences

Indulgences

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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. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...He who has left no friend or kindred starvcs and is tortured with hunger.' ' S. Th. Aquin. Summa Suppl. Q. Lxtx. Art. "-4-Bonavent. in IV. Sentt. Dist. xxt. P. i. Art. 2, Q. 2.--Bzovii Annal. ann. I438, n. 25.--Gregor. PP. XIII. Const. xxxm. Q 4(Bullar. II. 429). ' Pii PP. IV. Bull. I!y'un('fum nobix, I3 Nov. 1564 (Bullar. II. I38).--Cat. Trident. Lib. I. P. ii. Cap. 9, 1 2.--Ritualis Roman. Tit. VI. Cap. 3. ' Gratian. post cap. 87 Cans. xxxlll. Q. iii. Dist. l.--P. Lombard. Sentt. Lib. IV. Dist. xvii. Q 6.--Concil. Wigorn. nun. 1240, Cap. 16 (Harduin. VII. 336).--L'-onfcssionale Raynaldi, c. 1476.--Lcuterbreuver, La Confession coupee, Paris, 176l.--Joseph Fan iii Bruno, Catholic Belief, p. 310. ' The Yazishne sacrifice of the Mazdeans, which bears so strange a resemblance to the mass, is like it performed for the benefit of the dead, ArdaViraf. II. 28 (Haug's Translation, p. 151).--Shayast-la-Shayast, XVII. (West's Pahlavi Texts, I. 382). ' The Jews themselves rejected from the canon the two books of Maccabees, and modern Jewish scholars are inclined to regard them as political manifestoes, Book I, in the interest of the Sadducees, and Book II., in that of the Pharisees (Cohen, Les Pharisiens, I. 168-73). They were not accepted by the early Church without question. About 350 the council of Laodicaaa (Cap. 60) rejected them, while in 397 the third council of Carthage (Cap. 47) accepted them. Finally they were included in the canon by the council of Rome, under Gelasius, in 494--probably on account of the passage in question. In the Protestant Bible they are included among the Apocrypha. l Buxtorfi Synagog. Jud. Cap. 49. A story from the Talmud, quoted by Buxtorf, bears a curious...show more

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  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 499g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236791029
  • 9781236791023