The works of ... William Laud. 7 vols. [in 9pt.]

Front Cover
1849
0 Reviews
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page xxxvi - He that will not hear the church, let him be to thee as an heathen man and a publican.
Page 418 - He who descended is none other than he who ascended far above all heavens, so that he might fill the universe. And it is he who has given some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, some pastors and teachers...
Page xvii - The Catholic Church of Christ is neither Rome, nor a conventicle. Out of that there is no salvation, I easily confess it. But out of Rome there is, and out of a conventicle too ; salvation is not shut up into such a narrow conclave. In this ensuing Discourse, therefore, I have endeavoured to lay open those wider gates of the Catholic Church confined to no age, time, or place ; nor knowing any bounds but that " faith which was once " — and but once for all —
Page 91 - I would not believe the gospel unless the authority of the catholic church moved me...
Page 338 - His holy gospel command us to continue a perpetual memory of that His precious death, until His coming again...
Page xiii - And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give to every man according as his works shall be.
Page 101 - For when we know the whole Church of God hath that opinion of the Scripture, we judge it even at the first an impudent thing for any man, bred and brought up in the Church, to be of a contrary mind without cause.
Page xvi - ... or more apt and easy to be drawn aside from the sincerity of religion professed in the Church of England, than the want of uniform and decent order in too many churches of the kingdom...
Page xi - Borne, in point of salvation, &c. " May 23. My first speech with the Countess of Buckingham. " May 24. The conference between Mr. Fisher, a Jesuit, and myself, before the lord marquess Buckingham, and the Countess, his mother.
Page 216 - I believe so too ; for He hath left an infallible rule, the Scripture. And that, by the manifest places in it which need no dispute, no external judge, is able to settle unity and certainty of belief...

Bibliographic information