Great Apostasy: Being an Account of the Origin, Rise and Progress of Corruption and Tyranny in the Church of Rome, 1833

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Kessinger Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - History - 252 pages
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1833. This book contains an account of the origin, rise and progress of corruption and tyranny in the church; embracing a particular description of the anti-Christian doctrines and tyrannical power of the Church of Rome. It was written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society and revised by the Committee of Publication. Partial Contents: Tendency of human nature to apostasy; Love of power; Rise of power; Origin of the office of Cardinal; Temporal power of the Church of Rome; Doctrines, rites and ceremonies and practice of the Church; The Sacraments; Monasticism; Purgatory and indulgences; Of worshiping Saints, relics and images; Fasts; Means used by the church of Rome to maintain her power.

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