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The necessity of obedience to ecclesiastical governours, and the sin and danger of disobedience

Charles Michell

The necessity of obedience to ecclesiastical governours, and the sin and danger of disobedience

deliver"d in a sermon at Bridgwater, ... October the 20th. 1710. By Charles Michell, ...

by Charles Michell

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Published by printed by W. Bonny in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 6032, no. 02).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6032, no. 02.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],28p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16987001M

  Very different, however, is the case of those which prescribe a new form of worshipping God, and introduce necessity into things that are free. 6. Such, however, are what in the present day are called ecclesiastical constitutions by the Papacy, and are brought forward as An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses.

  book of beginnings and sources, but more particularly it is the book of births—this is often overlooked. It is the book of genera-tions. According to this understanding of Genesis, it falls into two natural divisions: • Genesis —The Book of the Birth of Heaven and the Earth (from Septuagint) • Genesis —The Book of the Birth of Men /?sfvrsn=83a41d16_4.   Representations of Kingship and Power in Shakespeare's Second Tetralogy Amanda Mabillard Since it is impossible to know Shakespeare's attitudes, beliefs, and play writing methodology, we can only present hypotheses, based upon textual evidence, regarding his authorial intention and the underlying didactic message found in the second tetralogy of history

THE present Age pretends so great Love to Reason, that this Rationale may even for its Name, hope for acceptation ; which it will the sooner have, if the Reader know, that the Author vents it not for a full and just, much less a public and authentic Piece, but as his own private Essay (wholly submitted to the censure of our Holy Mother, The Church, and the Reverend Fathers of the same, and It was about the year , that Richard Roll, better known to ecclesiastical antiquaries as the hermit of Hampole, engaged in a work of this nature. His labours, however, were restricted to a little more than half the book of Edition: current; Page: [lx] Psalms; and to the Psalms which he translated, a devotional commentary was annexed


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The necessity of obedience to ecclesiastical governours: and The Sin and Danger of disobedience, deliver'd in a sermon at Bridgwater, before the Reverend the Clergy, October the 20th. By Charles Michell, M.A. Rector of Otterhamptan, and Vicar of Canington in :// Get this from a library.

The necessity of obedience to ecclesiastical governours, and the sin and danger of disobedience, deliver'd in a sermon at Bridgwater October Page 16 CHAP. Concerning the external Order and De∣cency of Worship, and the Authority of the Church in such matters.

THat I may give a fair Answer to our Pro∣testant Reconciler, I shall first examine some of his Mistakes, which run through his whole Book, and whereon the whole Argu∣ment of his Book is founded; the removing of which, to men of any competent understan∣ding, would ?rgn=div1;view=fulltext. Though Ecclesiastical Iurisdiction may be abused, yet 'tis then less mischievous than Liberty of Consci∣ence.

The Reason of the necessity of subjection to the worst of Governours, because Tyranny is less mischievous than Rebellion or Anarchy. The Author of the Book entituled, Vindiciae contra Tyrannos, confuted. That it may, and often does so ?rgn=div1;view=fulltext.

'Freedom from condemnation, The necessity of obedience to ecclesiastical governours sin, for all the elect, which God Himself so plainly asserts (Rom. 33) doth not in the least set thee free from the necessity of obedience, nor free thee from contracting the guilt of sin upon the least irregularity or disobedience' (John Owen, ).

'Christ will save none but those who are brought to   A Catholic has the right to refuse obedience in the first case and a duty to oppose the prelate in the second. and his disobedience constitutes a sin. But disobedience to an unlawful command, a refusal to submit to an abuse of power, can be meritorious.

The Pope is circumscribed by the consciousness of the necessity of making a   Obedience for wrath’s sake, is a yielding subjection, on account of the penalty that will be inflicted in case of disobedience.

This ought to stimulate to the performance of the superior’s commands, and is the thing intended by every penalty, and is the great reason why laws have penal sanctions annexed to them, and is considered as a   The concept of obedience to superiors is built into the history of civilized society, and no culture worthy of the name has existed without stressing the respect which is due to legitimate authority or the duties of those in command.

While much diluted through centuries of use, the very word piety, derived from the Latin pietas, basically means devotion to the source of our being - beginning   The Book of Beginnings is exactly that, for the doctrine of separation appears first in Genesis And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness God, Himself, was the instigator of separation in separating the light from the darkness.

This separation, light from darkness, follows through the entire ://   Constantius the Apostate being a short account of his life and the sense of the primitive Christians about his succession and their behaviour toward him: wherein is shown the unlawfulness of excluding the next heir upon the account of religion, and the necessity of passive obedience, as well to the unlawfull oppressour, as the legal persecutour: being a full answer to a late pamphlet   Mysterium & Medulla Bibliorum.

THE Mysterie and Marrow of the BIBLE: VIZ. God's Covenants WITH MAN, In the First Adam, before the Fall: and In the Last Adam IESVS CHRIST, After the Fall; From the Beginning to the End of the World. Unfolded & Illustrated In Positive Aphorisms & their Explanations. WHEREIN The General Nature, Several Kinds, Gradual Discoveries, Sancti­ons and   CIRCUMCISION 1 was a sacrament of the Old Law, and the first legal observance required by Almighty God of that people, which he had chosen preferably to all the nations of the earth to be the depositary of his revealed truths.—These were the descendants of Abraham, whom he had enjoined it, under the strictest penalties, 2 several hundred years before the giving of the law to Moses on Mount   “Authority, be it civil or ecclesiastical, can never oblige a man to commit even a venial sin, for we must obey God rather than man”.

(5) Pope Leo XIII said, “where the power to command is wanting, or where a law is enacted contrary to reason, or to the eternal law, or to some ordinance of God, obedience is unlawful, lest, while obeying THE BIBLE’S VIEWPOINT. Several verses refer explicitly to the use of corporal punishment in the rearing of children.

The longstanding quip, “Spare the rod and spoil the child,” is undoubtedly a paraphrase of Solomon’s words: “He who spares his rod hates his son, but he who loves him disciplines him promptly” (Proverbs ).

Prefatory note. There is a pregnant and striking passage in one of the charges of Bishop Horsley, which may be said to embody the substance and intimate the scope of the following work on justification, — a work which has been esteemed one of the best productions of Dr Owen.

“That man is justified,” says Horsley, “by faith, without the works of the law, was the uniform doctrine of our   The book closes () with a full refutation of Pelagius' appeal to Ambrose, as if he supported him; and exhibition of Ambrose's contrary testimony as to grace and its necessity.

The object of the second book- On Original Sin-is to show, that, in spite of Pelagius' admissions as to the baptism of infants, he yet denies that they inherit   Father Stefano Gobbi. Italy () Priest, Mystic, and Founder of The Marian Movement of Priests.

The following is adapted, in part, from the book, THE WARNING: Testimonies and Prophecies of the Illumination of Conscience, pp. Father Stefano Gobbi was born in Dongo, Italy, north of Milan in and died in   Chap. xvi IN the fifteenth chapter, we have an account of the proceedings of the first Christian Council, which was assembled to maintain the purity of the gospel against the attempts of some men to corrupt it, and to settle the terms on which Jews and Gentiles should unite in one holy :// 1.

There is always grave sin in formally despis- ing authority in a superior. I say authority, and 1 According to very famous theologians (St.

Thomas, Suarez, etc.), a simple act of disobedience does not constitute a sin against the special virtue of obedience. But it contains nearly always one or more sins against other virtues (No. St Joseph leads the Holy Family into Egypt to escape the murderous conspiracy of King Herod.

Rome, Ma There has never been in the Church, since the time of the Reformation, such a great need for the intercession of St.

Joseph, the virginal true spouse of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary and foster father to Our Lord and Savior, the Child Jesus, than today, his feast ://  The fear of the King too comprehends the whole duty of a subject to his soveraign. To fear the King is, to yeild to him that homage, and submission, and obedience, which the laws of God, and of the land, do require: chearfully to contribute towards the supporting his royal honour and dignity, and the supplying the necessities of the state; to labour every one of us in our own sphere to defeat   The Ecclesiastical History of our Island and Nation in five books.

The Martyrology of the Birthdays of the Holy Martyrs, in. which I have carefully endeavored to set down all that could find, and not only on what day, but also by what sort of combat, or under what judge they overcame the world.

A Book of Hymns in several sorts of metre, or ://(Jane)/Book_5.