The Wicliffe Society, Established 1844 for Reprinting a Series of the More Scarce and Valuable Tracts and Treatises of the Early Reformers, Puritans and Nonconformists of Great Britain

The Wicliffe Society, Established 1844 for Reprinting a Series of the More Scarce and Valuable Tracts and Treatises of the Early Reformers, Puritans and Nonconformists of Great Britain

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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. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ...of Pau, 'in the beginning of the sixth age. And it is provided for in general terms by the Council of Vannes," in the latter end of the fifth age. words, wherein he appears to have done nothing more than teach them how they ought to speak ' in prayer? ADEODA'1'US--It weighs with me not in the least: for he taught them not words, but things themselves by means of words; whereby they themselves also might bring to mind what to pray for, when they prayed in the hidden chambers of the heart, as the saying is. AuG.--Thou understandest it aright."--Lib. de Magistro, cap. i. p. 172, tom. i. edit. Lugdun. To the same purpose Beda, in Matt. vi. And of late writers some of the most eminent: u Noluit praescribere Filius Dei quibus verbis utendum sit, ut ab ea quam dictavit formula deflectere non liceat," " The Son of God had no wish to prescribe the words which we are to use, in such a manner-that it should be unlawful to deviate from that form which he has dictated."--Calvin in Matt. vi. 9. So Musculus. Maldonat. sic: Non his necessario verbis, sed hac aut simili sententia; nam non apostolos orando his ipsis verbis usos fuisse legimus; aliis legimus Act. i. 24. N eque voluit Christus, ut quotiescunque oramus, ista omnia quae hac oratione continentur peteremus; sed ut omnia, aut aliqua, aut nihil certe his contrarium peteremus, " Not necessarily in these words, but with this or the like mind.for we read not that the apostles used these very words; nay, we read that they used others, Acts i. 24. Neither did Christ intend that so often as we pray, we should seek for all the things which are contained in this prayer; but that we should seek for all, or for some, or at least for nothing inconsistent with.show more

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  • Paperback | 246 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236976371
  • 9781236976376