Some Remarks on the Sermon of Dr. Pusey, Lately Preached at Oxford, a Letter

Some Remarks on the Sermon of Dr. Pusey, Lately Preached at Oxford, a Letter

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1843 edition. Excerpt: ...the eating to be spiritual." He goes onfto tell us, that the touching of Our Lord in heaven must be by faith (see p. 39, where the whole passage is given t). According For this, I think, you must have been indebted to Dr. Wiseman, who says much the same thing. See my Visitation Sermon andiNotes, p. 91, with the references. + And to the same effect Cyril Alex, on the same place. Com. in Joh. lib. iv. c. iii. p. 374, seq. Cyril says on v. 63: "When they heard him say, 'Verily, verily, ' &c., they understood him as inviting them to some beastJike repast, as enjoining on them inhumanly the eating of flesh and the drinking of blood, and forcing them to do things, which to hear only are frightful. They knew not what the excellency of the mystery was... How (said they) shall a human body implant in us eternal life?... Christ therefore, knowing their counsels... lead them (as) by the hand, (and) again ministersto the apprehending of the things unknown i.e. points them out)... If ye therefore, see the Son of Man ascending to heaven, what will ye then say? For this is equally impossible to the flesh... But when He said, He should ascend up where He was before, He in a manner gave (His) hearers to understand, that He had descended from heaven. And thus it was likely that they, understanding the force of the expression, would not attend as to man only, but would hence know God the Word in the flesh, and believe that His Body to your Teacher Andrewes therefore, Christ himself has so touched upon this point, as to have answered the "how," which you, --following this Teacher, as you would have us believe, --declare he has not answered. You then, consistently enough with the erroneous views here propounded, tell us, that "if we are...
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