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THE SOLE DIVINE RULE OF FAITH AND PRACTICE TO THE CHURCH,

AGAINST THE DANGEROUS ERRORS OP

THE AUTHORS OF THE TRACTS FOR THE TIMES,

AND THE ROMANISTS,
AS, PARTICULARLY, THAT THE RULE OF FAITH IS MADE UP OF SCRIPTURE AND

TRADITION TOGETHER;" &c.

IN WHICH ALSO THE DOCTRINES OP
The Apostolical Succession, the Eucharistic Sacrifice, &c.

ARE FULLY DISCUSSED.

BY WILLIAM GOODE, M.A.

OP TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE ; RECTOR OF ST. ANTHOLIN, LONDON.

Hæretici quum ex Scripturis arguuntur, in accusationem convertuntur ipsarum Scrip-
turarum,... quia varie sint dictæ, et quia non possit ex his inveniri veritas ab his qui ne-

nt Traditionem. Non enim per litteras traditam illam, sed per vivam vocem.--IRENÆUS

Φανερα εκπτωσις πιστεως και υπερηφανιας κατηγορια, η αθετειν τι των
yeypauueywv, 7 ETELAYELV TWY un yeypappevwv.-BASIL.

Αυταρκεις εισιν αι αγιαι και θεοπνευστοι γραφει προς την της αληθειας
unayehiav.-ATHANASIUS.

I see not how you differ from that opinion which is THE GROUND OF ALL PATISTRY,
that is, that all things necessary unto salvation are not EXPRESSED in the Scriptures ...
There is nothing necessary to eternal life which is not both commanded and expressed
in the Scripture. I count it expressed when it is either in manifest words contained in
Scripture, or thereof gathered by necessary collection.--ARCHBISHOP WHITGIFT.

We of the Church of England affirm that the Scriptures contain a COMPLETE RULE OF
FAITH AND PRACTICE, and we reject every doctrine and precept as essential to salvation,
or to be obeyed as divine, which is not supported by their authority.-BISHOP TOMLINE.

VOL. II.

LONDON:
J. HATCHARD AND SON, 187, PICCADILLY.

1842.

110.le.167.

ILLAME

KOTT.

LONDON: PRINTED BY G. J. PALMER, SAVOY STREET, STRAND.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TO VOL. II.

Principal Contents.

Preliminary remarks . . . . . . . . . 1-4

Proofs that all the fundamental articles of the faith are fully set

forth in Scripture . . . . . . . . 4-18

This shown in particular for

The doctrine of the consubstantiality of the Son with the Father . . 7-10

The pre-existence of Christ

10

That the Father is unbegotten

11, 12

The divinity of the Holy Spirit . . . . . . . . 13, 14

The procession of the Holy Spirit . . . . . . . 14, 15

The incarnation of the Son . . . . . . . . . 15-18

Proofs that Scripture is the only authoritative source of all religious

truth, “ tradition” baving no authority over the conscience, either

as the interpreter or supplement of Scripture, and moreover of

all those rites that are to be considered as of Divine insti-

tution . . . . . . . . . . . 18—215

Statements of the Tractators on this subject . . . . . 19-23

Enumeration of the doctrines, rites, &c. said by the Tractators to be

delivered to us by " tradition," and to depend wholly or partly upon

that testimony alone . . . . . . . . . 24, 25

On the points relating to the practice of the Church.

Introductory remarks . . . . . . . . . .. 25-30

The non-literal acceptation of our Lord's words respecting washing

one another's feet . . . . . . . . . . . 30—32

The non-observance of the seventh day as a day of religious rest . 32—-34

Infant baptism . . . . . . .

34-38

The sanctification of the first day of the week . . . . . 3846

The perpetual obligation of the Eucharist , , , , , , 47, 48

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