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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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The Kingdom of Christ Delineated: In Two Essays on Our Lord's Account of His ...

Richard Whately - 1859 - 93 頁
...he reflects and inquires, the more cause for hesitation he will find. 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 us°d or not in the...
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Jesuitism; a review of the comte de Montalembert's treatise 'L'avenir ...

William Brewer (of Whitchurch.) - 1859
...Popes and put his own nominee into the Chair of St. Peter. Further, " Not a minister in all Christendom is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree." — Whateley. " I defy the most learned man to prove, on plain historical evidence, who were the first...
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The 'Essays and Reviews' Examined; a Series of Articles Contributed to the ...

James BUCHANAN (Minister of St. Stephen's Free Church, Edinburgh.) - 1861 - 267 頁
...uninterrupted existence of such a class of men as Christian ministers. There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace .up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree.' . . . . ' The Church of England rests the claims of ministers, not on some supposed sacramental virtue,...
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The 'Essays and reviews' examined; a series of articles contributed to the ...

James Buchanan - 1861
...uninterrupted existence of such a class of men as Christian ministers. There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree.' . . . . ' The Church of England rests the claims of ministers, not on some supposed sacramental virtue,...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1864
...writes thus in hia " Kingdom of Christ," also quoted by Mr. Barne : — " There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree. Tho sacramental virtue (for such it is that is implied, whether the term be used or not, in the principle...
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1884
...;) a very able pamphlet. See Sermon on Obedience to Laws. a Minister in all Christendom who is abln 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...
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The Works of Philip Lindsley ...: Miscellaneous discourses and essays

Philip Lindsley - 1866
...Archbishop Whately, in his "Kingdom of Christ," (p. 182,) asserts that: "There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree," (ie to any of the apostles.) # # * * "The High Church generally have an ugly trick of unchurching other...
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THE WORKDS OF PHILIP LINDSLEY

1866
...Archbishop Whately, in his "Kingdom of Christ," (p. 182,) asserts that: "There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree," (Le. to any of the apostles.) # # # # "The High Church generally have an ugly trick of unchurching...
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Ritualism and Its Related Dogmas

Enoch Mellor - 1867 - 202 頁
...pedigree right up to the apostles in an unbroken chain." Dublin retorts—" There is not a minister in all Christendom who is able to trace up with any approach to certainty his own spiritual pedigree." (" Kingdom of Christ," p. 175.) And when you reflect that it is as much the interest of an archbishop...
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Presbyterianism defended against the exculsive claims of prelacy as urged by ...

Thomas Jackson Crawford - 1867
...pretensions that are founded on it. " There is not a minister in Christendom," says Archbishop Whately, " who is able to trace up, with any approach to certainty, his own spiritual pedigree. If a Bishop has not been duly consecrated, his ordinations are null; and so are the ministrations of...
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