Life of the Right Reverend Samuel Wilberforce: D.D., Lord Bishop of Oxford and Afterwards of Winchester, with Selections from His Diaries and Correspondence, Том 2

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Стр. 36 - Catechism, severally contained in the Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland.
Стр. 37 - Gorham appears to us to be this — that Baptism is a Sacrament generally necessary to salvation, but that the grace of regeneration does not so necessarily accompany the act of Baptism that regeneration invariably takes place in Baptism ; that the grace may be granted before, in, or after Baptism ; that Baptism is an effectual sign of grace, by which God works invisibly in us, but only in such as worthily receive it, — in them alone it has a wholesome effect ; and that without reference to the...
Стр. 381 - wherein are contained by way of question and answer these damnable positions, contrary to the Book of Common Prayer, and the Liturgy of the Church of England, — that is to say, in one place you have thus written — "
Стр. 353 - It is neither disestablishment, nor even loss of dogmatic truth, which I look upon as the greatest danger before us, but it is the loss of those elementary principles of right and wrong on which Christianity itself must be built. The present position of the Church of England is gradually approximating to the Erastian theory that the business of an Establishment is to teach all sorts of doctrines and to provide Christian Ordinances by way of comfort for all sorts of people, to be used at their own...
Стр. 368 - ... that we have succeeded until a Cuddesdon man can be known from a non-Cuddesdon man only by his loving more, working more, and praying more. I consider it a heavy affliction that they should wear neckcloths of peculiar construction, coats of peculiar cut, whiskers of peculiar dimensions — that they should walk with a peculiar step, carry their heads at a peculiar angle to the body, and read in a peculiar tone.
Стр. 412 - Oh ! it is impossible to say ! Time must show and new combinations. I told John Russell that what I wished to see was, him in the House of Lords at the head of the Government and Gladstone leading the Commons.
Стр. 36 - After litigation had thus commenced, and Mr. Gorham had called upon the Bishop to state why institution was refused, it became evident that the reasons must be considered upon legal principles, and it was perhaps reasonably to be expected that both parties would require a strict and formal proceeding, in which what was the particular unsound doctrine imputed to Mr. Gorham would have been distinctly alleged which constituted his alleged offence. " Unfortunately this course was not adopted. The Bishop...
Стр. 438 - It is a grave matter of reproach to the Church of England, and if you feel with me you might with the utmost safety set about effecting a change. I have not the smallest doubt that if we were to meet together to consult under royal authority in the drawing up of a new code of Canons, that we should be able with the utmost readiness, to draw up a practical set of Canons which would free the Church from the reproach to which I have alluded. I believe there is great evil done in the body physical in...
Стр. 239 - The question then before me is this ; are these errors, as I esteem them, of so grave a character as to render it my duty to allow my office to be used to promote an attempt to eject you from the ministry of the English Church...
Стр. 324 - It is high time that there should be a careful argument upon the justice and morality of late ecclesiastical proceedings ; that the Archbishop should be awakened out of his fool's paradise, and made to understand that, though reverence for his office has up to this time, in a wonderful manner, kept people silent about his proceedings, yet the time has come when a beginning must be made towards describing them without circumlocution in their true colours ; and it must likewise be shown how judicial...

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