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The creed or a philosophy

Author: T Mozley
Publisher: London ; New York : Longmans, Green, 1893.
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Mozley, T. (Thomas), 1806-1893.
Creed or a philosophy.
London ; New York : Longmans, Green, 1893
(OCoLC)645316295
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T Mozley
OCLC Number: 2208086
Description: xxii, 303 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: 'Ousia' in the Old Testament --
'Ousia' in the New Testament --
The eternal and unchangeable --
'Ousia' in the creed --
Has the church been evolved? --
Triunity --
The terms of controversy indefinite --
Boethius --
Rome fostering the corruptions of the creed --
Anslem --
St. Bernard --
'Ousia' in medieval theology --
Natural workings of philoshophy and creed --
An unintelligible creed in place of a superstitious practice --
The reformation hurried, interrupted, and cut short --
'Ousia' in the Church of England --
'Ousia' in the prayer book --
'Ousia' in the litany --
'Ousia' in the services, collects, and catechism --
Church hymns --
Read at a meeting of the rural Deanery of Ottery --
The instinctive and instantaneous --
The sonship a reality --
All goodness relative, and under divine order --
Temptations of presumed orthodoxy --
Infirmities of goodness --
The vicar of Christ --
Is it allowable to disturb long-existing beliefs? --
Questions and answers on the Nicene Creed --
What we are coming to --
Miraculous encouragement --
Final appeal.
Responsibility: by T. Mozley.

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