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  • Methodist Church, by John Wesley (1784) Articles of Religion of the Episcopal Church (2007), also called the Thirty-Nine Articles Articles of Faith
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  • China. In Chinese he published tracts, sermons, a commentary on the Thirty-nine Articles, "A Letter to the Scholars of China," etc., and in English, see incomplete
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  • with some few alterations. During the reign of this queen, the thirty nine articles were also established. It has been generally held by most, if not
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  • made excuses about it. On the petitioners against the Liturgy and Thirty-nine Articles applying to parliament for relief, he was a busy and active petitioner
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  • addressed to him their respective letters on the interpretation of the Thirty-nine Articles, advocated in No. 90 of the ‘Tracts for the Times,’ 1841. In the
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  • Thermometer, p. 1900 Thermopylae — Theseus, p. 1901 Thessalonica — Thirty-Nine Articles, p. 1902 Thirty Tyrants — Thirty Years' War, p. 1903 Thistle — Thomas
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  • parliament for relief in the matter of subscription to the liturgy and Thirty-nine Articles, and published anonymously in 1772 two pamphlets on the subject:
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  • latter subsequently appeared in another form as an exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles, entitled ‘The Faith, Doctrine, and Religion professed and protected
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  • a pamphlet in which he argues that the clause in the 20th of the Thirty-nine Articles, declaring that 'the church has power to decree rites and ceremonies
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  • and England (1874); The Westminster Confession of Faith and the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England (1905); Woman, her position and influence
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  • Exeter Cathedral. He had already published his 'Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles' (1850-3), and now, by an article on Inspiration in 'Aids to Faith'
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  • is annexed a prebend of Worcester Cathedral. His lectures on the Thirty-nine Articles, though much admired at the time of their delivery, have never been
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  • Ryle The Thirty-Nine Articles 1631460Knots Untied: Being Plain Statements on Disputed Points in Religion — The Thirty-Nine ArticlesJ. C. Ryle
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  • Besides the treatise already mentioned, he wrote a tract on the Thirty-nine Articles, and a discourse, dedicated to the Earl of Pembroke, entitled 'De
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  • Reformers. Supremacy. Mary's work undone. Episcopal Ordination. Thirty-nine Articles. The Romanists. The benefits of the Reformation. Services in common
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  • in 1852. His other publications were: 'A Brief Examination of the Thirty-nine Articles,' 1843, 8vo; 'A Catechism, in six parts, for the Sundays in Lent
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  • ‘Considerations on Subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles,’ 1845. 5. ‘On Subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles as by Law required of Candidates for
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  • at Stratford-on-Avon, and used to boast that his father made the Thirty-nine articles (Spiritual Quixote, bk. xii. chap. x.). His principal work is: 1
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  • divinity at Cambridge. His best-known book is the Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles (vol. i., Cambridge, 1850; vol. ii., London, 1853), which remained
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  • the intention of taking orders. Being unable to subscribe to the Thirty-Nine Articles he could not take his degree, and in 1850 became a Roman Catholic
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