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History of the Christian Church. from the Election of Pope Gregory the Great ...
James Craigie Robertson
Sin vista previa disponible - 2015
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Página 183 - Take from him the pound, and give it to him that hath ten pounds: 25 (And they said unto him, Lord, he hath ten pounds : ) 26 For I say unto you, That unto every one which hath, shall be given: and from him that hath not, even that he hath shall be taken away from him. 27 But those mine enemies which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me.
Página 56 - The two were then dragged about the streets of the city, and at length were beheaded.1 All who had taken part in the expulsion of Justinian were mercilessly punished ; many of them were tied up in sacks, and were cast into the sea. The patriarch Callinicus, who had been driven by the tyrant's oppression to favour the rebellion of Leontius, was deprived of his eyes and nose, and was banished to Rome.k For some unknown reason, Felix, archbishop of Ravenna, was blinded, deposed, and sent into exile...
Página 53 - And these two natural wills are not contrary, as impious heretics pretend ; but the human follows the divine and almighty will, not resisting or opposing it, but rather being subject to it; for, according to the most wise Athanasius, it was needful that the will of his flesh should be moved, but that it should be subjected to his divine will. ... As his flesh, although deified, was not destroyed by his Godhead, so too his human will, although deified, was not destroyed.
Página 36 - I have already mentioned; that "there is no god but the true GOD; and that Mohammed is his apostle." Under which they comprehend six distinct branches; viz., 1. Belief in GOD; 2. In his angels; 3. In his scriptures; 4. In his prophets; 5. In the resurrection and day of judgment; and, 6. In GOD'S absolute decree and predetermination both of good and evil. The four points relating to practice are: 1.
Página 353 - I have chosen you,' so may I say in my degree, ' You have not chosen me to the prelacy of the church, but I, with my colleagues and the other faithful ones of God, have chosen you to be governor of the kingdom, under the condition of duly keeping the laws.
Página 170 - one and the same son of man and Son of God ; not putative but real Son of God ; not adoptive, but proper ; proper and not adoptive in each of his natures, forasmuch as after his assumption of manhood, one and the same person' is inconfusibly and inseparably Son of God and of man."q The Roman council also condemned the Adoptionists, but with so little knowledge of the matter as to accuse them of denying that the Saviour had any other than a nuncupative Godhead/ In the meantime Leidrad, archbishop...