An exposition of the Thirty-nine articles of the Church of England. [Another]

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ARTICLE III
73
Tbe Jews in that time did not diſprove it
79
The autbority with which Chriſt is now veſteil
87
Tbe fenſes of the word Holy Ghoſt ibid
94
Wbat is well proved from Scripture
103
The Canon of the Old Teſtament proved
109
The nature and degrees of inſpiration
116
CONTENTS
119
No difference between the Old and New Teſtament ibid
122
The hopes of another life in the Old Teſtament
129
Of the moral law
136
ARTICLE VIII
142
All men liable to death by it ibid
148
St Auſtins dorine in this point
154
Objeètions of the Jews anſwered ibid
155
ARTICLE X
160
Of its being efficacious or univerſal
167
Tbe conditions upon which men are juſtified
174
The neceſſity of bolineſs ibid
179
Of the great extent of our duty ibid
186
Cbriſts Spotleſs bolineſs ibid
192
Concerning apoftaſy and fen unto deatb
199
The hiſtory of this controverſy both in ancient and modern
205
The arguments of the Supralapſarians
212
ibid
216
The arguments of the Sublaplarians
221
Tbé Socinians plea
230
The ſenſe of the Article ?36 ibid
237
But for others we cannot juilge of the extent of the mercies
243
The notes given of the true Church ibid
249
And yet juſtify our ſeparating from them ibid
255
Their ambition and forgeries ibid
261
This was not a corruption only of diſcipline but of doctrine
263
Changes in theſe ſometimes neceſary
270
The Church is the depoſitary of the Scriptures
276
Nazianzens complaints of Councils
282
Concerning the words Tell the Church
286
No profpet of another General Council ibid
288
Unleſs with chaſtiſements in this lifé
292

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