The Works of the REV. Joseph Bingham Volume 5

The Works of the REV. Joseph Bingham Volume 5

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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. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ..."Orav eltrekffr) 6 Tt)s Ckkxi;1093 c.) Karairird&Tai 8e irakiv, To alas npoeoras, (ideas Xey, Elpf/vri (rivr/dcs eKfivo eyav, ToCr?Otw cl-iratnV orav 6fiiy, Elprjutj natriu' orav prvrj vplv, vopov &rntp Two. Kal Tov (vKoyrj, EifHjwj Ttcutiv'... Kal pcragii Art Tovtco Tidels rots rrjs eKKr)rias jraKiv, Xdpis ipXv Kal elprjin). TfKvots' Toiydproi Kal iv rats aylais 50 Horn. 52. In eos, qui Pascha udXuTTa (Tvvodois, rjroi awaem, nap' jejunant. t.5-p. T3-See b. 13. ch. avrds Tov uvonqpiov Tas dp)(as, Tovto 6. 8.5. v. 4. p. 459. n. 82. Kal r)pAis aKKrjKois tfrapJv. 81 Horn. 36. de Pentecost, t. 5. p. 49 Horn. 3. in Col. p. 1338. (t. 11. 553. See the same, p. 458. n. 78. mendous sacrifice, he does not touch the oblation before he has prayed that the grace of the Lord may be with you I and ye have answered, And with thy spirit! by which answer ye remind yourselves, that it is not the minister who effects any thing in this matter, neither is the consecration of the gifts there lying the work of human nature, but that it is the grace of the Spirit, then present and descending upon the elements, that makes this mystical sacrifice.' There are several other passages to the same purpose in his other Homilies52 upon the Gospels and St. Paul's Epistles, which, because the reader may find them at large in the extract of the Liturgy above out of St. Chrysostom's works53, I will not here repeat. The same custom was always observed in the Latin Church. For Tertullian plainly refers to it when he54 objects it to the heretics, that they gave the peace to all without exception; implying that the Church used it, but with some distinction. Optatus55 says, the Donatists retained the form, but grossly abused it in their practice. 'They could not...show more

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  • Paperback | 204 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 372g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236847520
  • 9781236847522