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" There is not a Minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up with any approach to certainty his own spiritual pedigree. "
New Outlook - 第 178 頁
1916
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New Englander and Yale Review, 第 11 卷

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1858
...fiction ; more especial!}' as it is not found in the prayer book. " There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up with any approach to certainty his own spiritual pedigree." " Who can undertake to pronounce that during the long period usually designated as the Dark Ages, no...
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The Christian watchman and midland counties' Protestant magazine

1843
...Church."—Dr. Whateley (Archbishop Dublin.) "Kingdom of Christ delineated." " There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree. The sacramental virtue (for such it is, that is implied, whether the term be used or not, in the principle...
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On the "Tracts for the Times"

James Buchanan - 1843 - 112 頁
...England and Ireland, who says what no Dissenter could modestly say, " THERE is NOT A MINISTER IN ALL CHRISTENDOM who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree." t The archbishop adds an instance in illustration, of which I profess to know nothing more than he...
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The Christian Examiner and General Review

Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware - 1843
...of the Apostles, the doubt will still remain." ARCHBISHOP WHATELY. "There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree. It is inconceivable that any one, even moderately acquainted with history, can feel a certainty, or...
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A complete view of Puseyism

Robert Weaver - 1843 - 65 頁
...any certainty of history." — Ibid. vol. ip 288. Abp. Wltately. — "There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree." To show the invalidity of the argument he says, "If a bishop has not been duly consecrated, or had...
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Lectures on Church Government: Containing Objections to the Episcopal Scheme ...

Leonard Woods - 1844 - 198 頁
...reason, attain: and the more he reflects and inquires, the more cause for hesitation will he find. There is not a minister in Christendom who is able...approach to certainty his own spiritual pedigree." " If a Bishop has not been duly consecrated his ordinations are null ; and so are the ministrations...
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Discourses on the Apostolical Succession

William Davis Snodgrass - 1844 - 283 頁
...opinion than any certainty of history." Archbishop Whately says, — " There is not a minister in, all Christendom, who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree." We read of bishops consecrated when mere children ; of men officiating, who barely knew their letters...
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Outlines of Congregationalism: With an Historical Sketch of Its Rise and ...

John Spencer Pearsall - 1844 - 159 頁
...perplexing windings. Let us hear the statement of a learned prelate.* "There is not a minister in all christendom who is able to trace up with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree.*** It is inconceivable that any one even moderately acquainted with history can feel a certainty, or any...
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The Great Fiction of the Times, Or Apostolic Succession, with Other ...

Philip CATER - 1844 - 128 頁
...Eusclius, of whom it is said that " he knew all that had been written before Lim." a minister in all Christendom, who is able to trace up with any approach to certainty his own spiritual pedigree." Down to the time of Henry VIII.,* nearly all the archbishops of England were appointed and ordained...
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Lectures on Certain High-church Principles Commonly Designated by the Term ...

Thomas Madge - 1844 - 312 頁
...Christian Antiquities, Preface, p. 73. work on the ' Kingdom of Christ,' " There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree During the dark ages, irregularities could not have been wholly excluded without a perpetual miracle...
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