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" I think," says the illustrious prelate, "that much trouble has been taken in our times very unnecessarily, to prove what is incontestible, that, in the first ages of the church, the laity read the holy scriptures. It is clear as daylight, that all people... "
The Bible in Many Tongues - Page 62
1799 - 192 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 84, Part 1; Volume 115

Early English newspapers - 1814
...Bishop of Arras (Oeuvres ?pirituels <le Fenelon, Svo. IV. 241). " I think (says the illustrious Prelate) that much trouble has been taken in our times, very unnecessarily, to prove what GENT. MAO. Jjinvury, 1814. is incontestible, that, in tlm first apes of the Church, the Laity read...
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An Historical and Literary Account of the Formularies, Confessions of Faith ...

Charles Butler - Church history - 1816 - 200 pages
...Arras, (Oeuvres Spirituels de Fenelon, 8 vo. Tom. 4. p. 241.) "I think," says the illustrious prelate, "that much trouble has been taken in our times very...church, the laity read the holy scriptures. It is clear as daylight, that all people read the Bible and Liturgy in their native languages : that, as...
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The Philological and Biographical Works of Charles Butler, Esquire, of ...

Charles Butler - Philology - 1817
...Andrews, Orangestreet, Red-Lion-square, has recently appeared. " I think," says the illustrious prelate, " that much trouble has been taken in our times very unnecessarily, to prove what is incontestable, that, in the first ages of the church the laity read the holy scriptures. It is clear...
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The Essential Faith of the Universal Church: Deduced from the Sacred Records

Harriet Martineau - Christianity - 1833 - 170 pages
...from Fenelon to the Bishop of Arras. ((Euvres Spirituels de Fenelon, 8vo. torn. 4, p. 241.) 'I think that much trouble has been taken in our times very unnecessarily, to prove what is incontestible, than in the first ages of the Church the laity read the Holy Scriptures. It is clear as daylight, that...
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The Catholic Clergy of Ireland Their Cause Defended

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1836 - 26 pages
...Adrian.— Phelan, ii. 55. 3 His words are worthy of note : " I think," says this illustrious prelate, " that much trouble has been taken in our times very...clear as daylight, that all people read the BIBLE AND LITURGY in their native languages: that as a part of good education, children were made to read...
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Publications, Issue 40

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1840
...these remarks : — "Much unnecessary trouble has been lately taken to prove, what is incontestable, that in the first ages of the church-, the laity read the Scriptures. — It is quite clear, that the whole people had, in their own language, the Bible an"d...
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The Church of England Vindicated Against Romanism and Ultra-Protestantism ...

Walter Farquhar Hook - Sermons, English - 1846 - 292 pages
...the Council of Trent — ' His words are worthy of note: " I think," says this illustrious prelate, "that much trouble has been taken in our times very...clear as daylight, that all people read the BIBLE AND LITURGT in their native languages: that as a part of good education, children were made to read...
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Popery not catholicism. Six lectures on infallibility. Vindicię laicę. Ed ...

Benjamin William Mathias - 1851
...who says : " I think that much trouble has been taken unnecessarily to prove what is incontestable, that in the first ages of the church the laity read...clear as day-light that all people read the Bible and liturgies in their native languages : that as a part of good education children were made to read...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 84, Part 1; Volume 115

Early English newspapers - 1814
...Prelate) th« much trouble has been taken in our tJBu, very unnecessarily, to prove whit is inoontestible, that, in the first ages of the Church, the Laity read the Holy Scriptures. It is clear as daylight, that all people read the Bible an. I Liturgy in (heir native languages ; that, as...
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