Sir Lucius Cary, Late Lord Viscount of Falkland: His Discourse of Infallibility, with an Answer to It: and His Lordships Reply. Never Before Published. Together with Mr. Walter Mountague's Letter Concerning the Changing His Religion. Answered by My Lord of Falkland
G. Dawson, 1651 - Popes - 296 pages
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Page 192 - If we let him thus alone, all men will believe on him ; and the Romans will come and take away both our place and nation.
Page 118 - I ought to submit it, is still to follow reason, and not to quit her. And by what else is it that you examine what the apostles taught, when you examine that by ancient tradition, and ancient tradition by a present testimony ? Yet when I speak thus of finding the Truth by Reason, I intend not to exclude the Grace of God, which I doubt not (for as much as is necessary to salvation) is ready to concur to our instruction ; as the sun is to our sight, if we by a wilful winking chuse not to 2 Ibid., p.