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" ... a plenary remission of all the temporal pains and penalties which the church had annexed to certain transgressions. They went still farther, and not only remitted the penalties, which the civil and ecclesiastical laws had enacted against transgressors,... "
An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern - Σελίδα 80
των Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1826
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An essay on the sin and the evils of covetousness

Thomas Dick - 1840
...the temporal pains and penalties which the church had annexed to certain transgressions." "They even audaciously usurped the authority which belongs to...avarice and presumption, had never once ventured to take.f It was by the sale of such indulgences that Pope Leo X. carried forward the magnificent structure...

An Ecclesiastical History, from the Birth of Christ to the Beginning of the ...

Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1842
...they called a plenary remission of all the temporal pains and penalties which the church had annexed to certain transgressions. They went still farther,...future state for the workers of iniquity ; a step this, which the bishops, with all their avarice and presumption, had never once ventured to take, s...

The History of Romanism: from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to ...

John Dowling - 1845 - 671 σελίδες
...they called a plenary remission of all the temporal pains and penalties, which the church had annexed to certain transgressions. They went still farther...reserved in a future state for the workers of iniquity. Such proceedings stood much in need of a plausible defence, but this was impossible. To justify therefore...

On the Mental Illumination and Moral Improvement of Mankind; Or An Inquiry ...

Thomas Dick - 1845 - 425 σελίδες
...the temporal pains and penalties which the church had annexed to certain transgressions." " They even audaciously usurped the authority which belongs to...avarice and presumption, had never once ventured to take.f It was by the sale of such indulgences that Pope Leo X. carried forward the magnificent structure...

The American Protestant, Τόμος 1

1845
...they called a plenary remission of all the temporal pains and penalties, which the church had annexed to certain transgressions. They went still farther...transgressors, but audaciously usurped the authority which belonged to God alone, and impiously pretended to abolish even the punishments which are reserved in...

A Concise History of the Christian Church: From Its First Establishment to ...

Martin Ruter - 1845 - 446 σελίδες
...Church had annexed to certain transgressions. Not content however with this privilege, they proceeded still farther ; and not only remitted the penalties...ecclesiastical laws had enacted against transgressors, but usurped the authority which belongs to God alone, and pretended to abolish even the punishments which...

The Works of the Right Rev. John England, First Bishop of Charleston, Τόμος 2

John England - 1849
...pains and penalties, which the Church had annexed to certain transgressions. They went still further, and not only remitted the penalties which the civil...reserved in a future state for the workers of iniquity." " The Pontiffs first employed this pretended prerogative in promoting the holy water, and shed abroad...

The Works of the Right Rev. John England, First Bishop of Charleston, Τόμος 3

John England - 1849
...which the Church hud annexed to certain transgressions. They wenfstill farther, and oot onlyremitted the penalties which the civil and ecclesiastical laws...a future state for the workers of iniquity; a step this, which the bishops with all their avarice and presumption had never once ventured to take." (Mask....

The Complete Works of Thomas Dick, Τόμος 2

Thomas Dick - 1850
...the temporal pains and penalties which the church had annexed to certain transgressions." " They even audaciously usurped the authority which belongs to God alone, and impiously pretended to abolish evrn the punishments which are reserved in a future state for the workers of iniquity, a step which...

Delineation of Roman Catholicism: drawn from the authentic and acknowledged ...

Charles Elliott - 1851
...they called a plenary remission of all the temporal pains and penalties which the church had annexed to certain transgressions. They went still farther...future state for the workers of iniquity ; a step this which the bishops, with all their avarice and presumption, had never once ventured to take." Our...




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