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" Wherefore let us not fear to be herein bold and peremptory, that if any thing in the church's government, surely the first institution of bishops was from heaven, was even of God ; the Holy Ghost was the author of it. "
The Panorama, a look all round at passing events - Page 66
1863
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The English ordinal, its history, validity, and catholicity; with an intr ...

Mackenzie Edward C. Walcott - 1851
...Wordsworth's Christian Institutes, 11. vol. iii. p. 219. s Hooker, Eccles. Pol. bvc Ixxvii. 1. institution of Bishops was from heaven ; was even of GOD : the Holy Ghost was the Author of it '." The Divine Institution of the Ministry is emphatically asserted in the Collect in the Ordinal,...
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Theophilus Americanus ; Or, Insturction for the Young Student, Concerning ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1852 - 426 pages
...argument upon this subject ? 21. "Let us not fear," he says, "to be herein bold and peremptory, and if any thing in the Church's government, surely the first institution of Bishops was from heaven, even of God, the HOLY GHOST was the Author of it."i. i HOOKER, V. vn. 1. Compare VII. I. 4. Add to...
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An exposition of the thirty-nine Articles, historical and doctrinal, Volume 2

Edward Harold Browne (bp. of Winchester.) - 1853
...this at least gives no sanction to mere presbyterian ordination. We must conclude then with Hooker, ' If any thing in the Church's government, surely the first institution of bishops was from Heaven, even of God1.' And with Bp. Hall, ' What • inevitable necessity may do, we now dispute not,' yet...
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An epitome of the history of the Christian Church during the first three ...

William Simpson - Church history - 1857
...(Ecc. Pol. vii. 5, 10,) says, " Let us not fear to be herein bold and peremptory, that if anything in the Church's government, surely the first institution...gave to a Presbyter the title of Bishop, or that of a Presbyter to a Bishop." The Church of England, in the Preface to her Ordinal, declares, " it is evident...
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A Memoir of the Rev. James Marshall, Late Incumbent of Christ Church ...

sir James Marshall - 1857 - 303 pages
...of the Holy Spirit ? Wherefore, let us not fear to be herein bold and peremptory, that if anything in the Church's government — surely the first institution...of God, — the Holy Ghost was the Author of it." * But in connecting myself with an Episcopal Church, I not only acquiesce in a change of government...
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Theophilus Americanus: Or, Instruction for the Young Student, Concerning the ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1859 - 426 pages
...argument upon this subject ? 21. "Let us not fear," he says, "to be herein bold and peremptory, and if any thing in the Church's government, surely the first institution of Bishops was from heaven, even of God, the HOLY GHOST was the Author of it."1 1 HOOKER, V. vn. 1. Compare VII. i. 4. Add to this...
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The life and writings of George Washington Doane [ed.] by W.C. Doane, Volume 2

George Washington Doane (bp. of New Jersey.) - 1860
...Apostles acted without the Spirit ? " Wherefore let us not fear," with matchless Richard Hooker, " to be herein bold and peremptory, that if any thing...even of God : the Holy Ghost was the author of it." If it indeed be so — let the qiiestion be well weighed, with due regard to all the consequences...
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AN EXPOSITION OF THE THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES

EDWARD HAROLD BROWNE - 1865
...gives no sanction to mere presbyterian ordination. We must conclude then with Hooker, " If anything in the Church's government, surely the first institution of bishops was from Heaven, even of God."2 And with Bp. Hall, " What inevitable necessity may do, we now dispute not," yet ufor...
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Vox Ecclesiae: Or, The Doctrine of the Protestant Episcopal Church on ...

Apostolic succession - 1866 - 516 pages
...exclusively the name of Bishops was given, and to this effect Mr. Bickersteth quotes the following : tution of Bishops was from Heaven, was even of God, the Holy Ghost was the author of it." — (Hooker.) " THE BISHOPS ARE THE LAWFUL SUCCESSORS OF THE APOSTLES and inheritors of their power."...
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An Ecclesiastical History, from the First to the Thirteenth Century

Clement Moore Butler - Church history - 1868 - 600 pages
...they attempted not." "Wherefore let us not fear herein to be bold and peremptory, that if anything in the Church's government, surely the first institution...was from heaven, was even of God, the Holy Ghost was its author" (Hooker's Works, Vol. II. p. 146). 2. Those who contend that Episcopal government, or that...
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