The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the Earliest Times to the Present Day, Volume 6
Johann Jakob Herzog, Albert Hauck, Samuel Macauley Jackson, Charles Colebrook Sherman, George William Gilmore
Funk and Wagnalls Company, 1910 - Theology
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Page 106 - Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief.
Page 272 - The right to organize voluntary religious associations to assist in the expression and dissemination of any religious doctrine, and to create tribunals for the decision of controverted questions of faith within the association, and for the ecclesiastical government of all the individual members, congregations, and officers within the general association, is unquestioned. All who unite themselves to such a body do so with an implied consent to this government, and are 288 bound to submit to it.
Page 303 - Ecclesiastical History of the Second and Third Centuries, Illustrated from the Writings of Tertullian.
Page 331 - Killen.— THE ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF IRELAND from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. By WD KILLEN, DD, President of Assembly's College, Belfast, and Professor of Ecclesiastical History. Two vols. 8vo. 25*. " Those who have the leisure will do well to read these two volumes. They are full of interest, and are the result of great research.
Page 272 - All who unite themselves to such a body do so with an implied consent to this government, and are bound to submit to it. But it would be a vain consent and would lead to the total subversion of such religious bodies, if any one aggrieved by one of their decisions could appeal to the secular courts and have them reversed. It is of the essence of these religious unions, and of their right to establish tribunals for the decision of questions arising among themselves, that those decisions should be binding...
Page 90 - Less' as he is called in Mark, xv. 40, the son of Alphsus and Mary (Matt. x. 3 ; xxvii. 56 ; Mark, xv. 40) was also one of the apostles (Matt. x. 3; Mark, iii. 18; Luke, vi. 15; Acts, i. 13).
Page 221 - Some Remarks upon a late pamphlet entitled A Letter from a Minister of the Church of England to his Dissenting Parishioners.
Page 365 - He was very weak. I saw him, every day of his doctrine...