2 edition of Remarks on liberty of conscience, human creeds, and theological schools found in the catalog.
Remarks on liberty of conscience, human creeds, and theological schools
Discusses the case of Leonard B. Van Dyck, whom the Board of Superintendants of the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church in America refused to license, because of his views on certain points of doctrine.
|Statement||By a layman of the Reformed Dutch Church ...|
|Contributions||A layman of the Reformed Dutch Church.|
|LC Classifications||BX9543.V3 R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||36022152|
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This Assembly, it is surmised, has left an extremely pleasant impression upon the minds of its members. The little “Mountain City” of Staunton, Va., as its inhabitants love to call it, is at all times a pleasant place to visit. Situated in the middle of the “Great Valley,” midway between the Blue Ridge and North Mountain, it presents the tourist, in its bold and rounded hills, endless. The policy and principles of Frederick were formulated in the Prussian Territorial Code of , by which unrestricted liberty of conscience was guaranteed, and the three chief religions, the Lutheran, the Reformed, and the Catholic, were placed on the same footing and enjoyed the same privileges.
The Montreal Canadian Spectator is another notable exception to this vassalage of the Canadian press; for, though edited by a clergyman, it has proved itself in favor of freedom of speech and liberty of conscience, and boldly denounces the narrow prejudice and bigotry which would gag Ingersoll to-day if it could, and would have burned him two. The discipline and instruction in tliese new schools woidd be under the control of the Committee, conform- able, of course, to the rules and conditions of the General Code (which must of necessity be the case with all aided schools) and with the addition of a conscience clause. The new schools thus provided to be denominational, or non.
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[Layman of the Reformed Dutch Church.]. - The Book of Concord - The Three Ecumenical Creeds - The Augsburg Confession - Melanchthon's Alterations of the Augsburg Confession Remarks on liberty of conscience The Pontifical Confutation of the Augsburg Confession - The Apology of the Augsburg Confession - Smalcald Articles and Tract Concerning the Power and Primacy of the Pope - Luther's Efforts at Restoring Catechetical Instruction.
I find in my MS. the dissent of several members against some expressions relating to reprobation, to the imputation of the active as well as passive obedience of Christ, and to several passages in the chapter on liberty of conscience and Church discipline; but the Confession, as far as related to articles of faith, passed the Assembly and.
Waremund was a pseudonym for Flacius.-"Against the Interim, Papal Mass, Canon, and Master Eisleben," "Against the Vile Devil (Wider den schnoeden Teufel), who Now Again Transforms Himself into an Angel of Light, i.e., against the New Interim, by Carolus Azarias Gotsburgensis, "Of this book, too, Flacius was the author; (Preger 1, Freedom of religion is a principle that supports the freedom of an individual or community, in public or private, to manifest religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship, and observance without government influence or also includes the freedom to change one's religion or belief.
Series Research, writing and speaking,documents Littell’s many research and publication projects, as well as his frequently delivered speeches and lectures.
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He said affirm the irreducible and inviolate freedom of the human conscience. “Religious liberty excludes the imposition of religious creeds by ecclesiastical authority.” These words from Charles Johnson at Baylor University resonated deeply with me.
Here are some of his other statements at Baylor University that caught my eye. The Discretionary Power of the Church - by Dr. John L. Girardeau Creeds and Confessions of the Church Today, many Christians are turning back to the puritans to, “walk in the old paths,” of God’s word, and to continue to proclaim old truth that glorifies Jesus Christ.
The education of the human mind may be Edition: current; Page:  traced as clearly from the Book of Genesis to the Epistles of St. Paul, as from Homer to Plato and Aristotle. When we hear St. Paul speaking of ‘body and soul and spirit,’ we know that such language as this would not occur in the Books of Moses or in the Prophet Isaiah.
Church of England -- Creeds. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Church of England; Creeds; Narrower terms: Church of England -- Creeds -- Early works to. Inhe spoke of his personal views on the Bible: "[The Bible is] a book which reveals men unto themselves, not as creatures in bondage, not as men under human authority, not as those bidden.
Baptists have valued religious freedom and separation of church and state, because they suffered the hard lessons of history. From jail cells in England, to stockades in Massachusetts Bay, to whipping posts in Virginia, early Baptists experienced firsthand the pain of persecution -- the heartache and bloodshed occasioned by religious zealots armed with the coercive power of government.
John Courtney Murray, S.J. Compiled at Woodstock Jesuit Theological Library Georgetown University. Below is a listing of all the published and some unpublished works of the American theologian, John Courtney Murray. S.J. As you can see, most listed items are linked to copies of the identified work.
This site is a task in process. Eight General Seminary Professors “Resign” Without Their Knowledge In an unprecedented move, the Dean and President of New York’s General Theological Seminary (GTS), the Rev.
Kurt Dunkle, has either accepted the resignations of eight members of the Episcopal seminary’s faculty or flat-out fired them. Introduction. the essays collected in this volume are the main documents for the illustration and exposition of John Stuart Mill’s thoughts on ethics and religion and their function in society.
Since his system of ethics is avowedly Utilitarian, these documents, arranged chronologically, present the development of Mill’s Utilitarianism as given in published utterance.
Setting in Order the Things That Are Wanting. An Exposition of. Paul's Epistle to Titus (8) Robert D. Decker We remind the reader that this exposition of the Epistle to Titus was originally given in the form of “chapel talks” by the author during the weekly Wednesday morning chapel services at the seminary.
The material on the latter subject, so closely akin to the general topic of the book, makes it x quite probable that Dr. Philip Schaff, in view of his pronounced attitude on Church fellowship and union, would have included it, were he himself preparing this edition of the Creeds of Christendom.
David S. Schaff. Union Theological Seminary. present book about death, but because a book on the psychology of death raises many questions of human concern which reach beyond concerns and anxieties over death into the realities of man's theological Size: 6MB.
Kapp, l.c., p. sqq., shows that the Edict of Worms, drawn up by the papal legate Aleander, is the beginning of the German book-censorship, and not, as usually supposed, the recess of the Nürnberg Diet of "Wie Rom," he says (), "die Wiege der Büchercensur für die ganze Welt, so ist Worms ihre Geburtsstätte für Deutschland."The restriction of the press, however, was begun in.
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