Tyndale's Answer to Sir Thomas More's Dialogue

Tyndale's Answer to Sir Thomas More's Dialogue

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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. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ... that no sin damneth, save there where there is no belief. Free-wiii. More: --" Item, that we have no free-will to do aught therewith, though the grace of God be joined thereto; and that God doth all in us both good and bad, and we do but suffer, as wax doth of the workman." Tyndale: --First, where he afiirmeth that we say, our will is not free to do good, and to help to compel the members, when God hath given us grace to love his laws, is false. But we say that we have no free-will to captivate our wits and understanding, for to believe the pope in whatsoever he saith without reason given; when we find in the scripture contrary testimony, and see in him so great falsehood and deeds so abominable, and thereto all the signs by which the scripture teacheth us to know antichrist. we have no And we affirm that we have no free-will to prevent God free-will to L rndvpreP?Sce an his grace, and before grace prepare ourselves thereto; ourselves, neither can we consent unto God before grace be come. For until God hath prevented us, and poured the Spirit of his grace into our souls, to love his laws, and hath graven them in our hearts by the outward ministration of his true preacher and inward working of his Spirit, or by inspiration only, we know not God as he is to be known, nor feel the goodness or any sweetness in his law. How then can we consent thereto? Matt. xii. Saith not the text, that we can do no good while we be evil; johnv. and they which seek glory, and to climb in honour above their brethren, cannot believe the truth; and that whores, icor.vL thieves, murderers, extortioners, and such like, have no part in the kingdom of God and Christ, nor any feeling thereof? me hearing And who shall take those diseases from them? God only, of God's...show more

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  • Paperback | 142 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 268g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123649539X
  • 9781236495396