Sacramental Discourses (1859 )

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The Reformers abandoned the idea that the Holy Spirit’s work in them could make them righteous in the sight of God. The Magisterial Reformers, such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Ulrich Zwingli, believed that they were reforming a corrupt and heretical Catholic Church. Christian laity not only to read the Bible in the vernacular, but also to take part in the government and all the public affairs of the Church. ^ This Act required, "That all persons bearing any office, or place of trust and profit, shall take the oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance in public and open court, and shall also receive the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper according to the usage of the Church of England."

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Publisher: Cornell University Library (October 21, 2009)


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Doctor," rejoined a councillor, "do you grant me thus much�that Moses knew God's commandments?" Then opening a Bible he read these words: "Thou shalt not make to thyself any graven image, or the likeness of anything." This was as much as to say, Prove to me from Scripture that images ought to be worshipped. "That passage refers to images of idols only," responded Luther. "If I have hung up in my room a crucifix which I do not worship, what harm can it do me? " This was Zwingli's ground; but Luther was not yet able fully to occupy it. "I have often," said a shoemaker, "taken off my hat to an image in a room or on the road; to do so is an act of idolatry, which takes from God the glory that is due to Him alone." "Because of their being abused, then," replied Luther, "we ought to destroy women, and pour out wine into the streets." It is illogical to think that Our Lord would expect us all to interpret Scripture on our own with no judge to turn to since this will always lead to endless disagreements , e.g. The Confessional Mosaic: download online download online.

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