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" And were liturgies and public forms of service so framed, as that they admitted not of particular and private fancies, but contained only such things as in which all Christians do agree, schisms on opinion were utterly vanished. For consider of all the... "
Political and agricultural subjects - Page 156
by Richard Watson - 1815
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Several tracts, by ... John Hales, viz. i. Of the sacrament of the Lord's ...

John Hales - 1721
...things, as in which all Chriftians do agree, Schijms on Opinion were utterly vanifh'd. For confider of all the Liturgies that are or ever have been, and remove from them whatIbever is fcandalous to any Party, and leave nothing but what all agree on ; and the Event mall...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1782
...fovereign way to perpetuate fchifm unto the world's end. Remove from them whatfoever is fcandalous to any party, and leave nothing but what all agree on ; and the event fhall be, that the publick fervice and honour of God fhall no ways fuffer. For to charge churches and...
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The sequel to the Sketch of the denominations of the Christian world ...

John Evans - 1801
...things as in which all Chriftians doagree, fchifms on opinion were utterly vanifhed. For, confider, of all the ^liturgies that are, or ever have been, and remove from them whatfoever is fcandalous to any party, and leave nothing but what all agree on, and the event fhall...
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The Theological, Philosophical and Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. William ...

William Jones - Sermons, English - 1801
...we should " consider all the Liturgies, that are and ever have been; " and remove from them whatever is scandalous to any party, and " leave nothing but what all agree on." He should have closed this lenience a little sooner; and advised us fairly and honestly to leave xabaigi...
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The Theological and Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. William Jones ...

William Jones - Theology - 1810
...we should " consider all the Liturgies, that are and ever have been; and remove from them whatever is scandalous to any party, and leave nothing but what all agree on." He should have closed this sentence a little sooner; and advised us fairly and honestly to leave nothing;...
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The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity: Proved by Above an Hundred Short and ...

William Jones - Trinity - 1813 - 186 pages
...we should " consider all the liturgies, that are and ever have been ; and remove from them whatever is scandalous to any party, and leave nothing but what all agree on." He should have closed this sentence a little sooner; and advise us fairly and honestly to leave nothing;...
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A Vindication of the New Translation and Exposition of the Epistles of Paul ...

Thomas Belsham - Bible - 1825 - 58 pages
...do agree, schisms on opinion were utterly vanished. " For consider of all the liturgies that either are or ever have been, and remove from them whatsoever...public service and honour of God shall no ways suffer : whereas to load our public forms with the private fancies upon which we differ, is the most sovereign...
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A Collection of Essays and Tracts in Theology, from Various ..., Volume 5

William Ellery Channing, Jared Sparks - Theology - 1825
...only such things, as in which all Christians do agree, schisms on opinion were utterly vanished. For consider of all the liturgies that are or ever have been, and remove from them whatever is scandalous to any party, and leave nothing but what all agree on ; and the event shall...
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The select works of William Penn, Volume 3

William Penn - 1825
...is the most sovereign way to perpetuate schism unto the world's end. Remove from them whatever is scandalous to any party, and leave nothing but what all agree dn ; and the event shall be, that the public service and honour of God shall no ways suffer. For to...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 21

Liberalism (Religion) - 1826
...that are, or ever have been, and remove from them whatsoever is scandalous to any party, and leave but what all agree on, and the event shall be, that...public service and honour of God shall no ways suffer; whereas, to load our public forms with the private fancies upon which we differ, is the most sovereign...
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