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" Body and Blood of Christ are verily and indeed " taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's  "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 289
1872
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 114

Edmund Burke - 1873
...pain or gnilt, were blasphemous fables and dangerous deceits. 9. In the Catechism it is stated that ' the Body and Blood of Christ are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper.' " Their Lordships proceed, with these passages before them,...
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Sermons to country congregations, Volume 2

George Haggitt - 1796
...difficulty in the catechism, with respect to this, which should not be passed over: we are told that the body and blood of Christ are " verily and " indeed taken, and received by the faith" ful." This expression sounds like the doctrine of the Papists; that the words • which...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1803
...the (fa-iples of Hoadley, let us firmly believe, and boldly assert, with our ex«llent Church," that the Body and Blood of Christ are verily, and indeed, taken and received by the faithful in liif Lord's Supper. See also the twenty-eighth article. It discrepancy should appear...
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An essay on the holy eucharist, or, A refutation of the Hoadlyan scheme of it

Henry Card - 1814 - 78 pages
...remembered, it is one thing to make this admission, and quite another to undervalue the doctrine itself.—" The body and blood of Christ are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper, are words intended to shew, that our Church as truly believes...
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American Unitarianism, Or, A Brief History of the Progress and Present State ...

Thomas Belsham - 1815 - 48 pages
...lor it is scarcely possible a child should have any other meaning when he is made to say, " that " the body and blood of Christ are verily and indeed taken and received " in the Lord's supper." made to imbibe with their mother's milk, and to consider as most sacred. It is the system inculcated...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 3; Volume 21

William Hendry Stowell - 1815
...analogy, and by ' the dictates of common sense,' while the strong and unqualified expressions — ' The Body and Blood of Christ are verily and ' indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper,' remain in her formularies. The exemplification of metaphor and...
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American Unitarianism: Or A Brief History of "The Progress and Present State ...

William Wells - 1816 - 48 pages
...is scarcely possible a child should have any other weaning when he is made to say, " that " the hody and blood of Christ are verily and indeed taken and received " in the Lord's supper." made to imbibe with their mother's milk, and to consider as most sacred. It is the system inculcated...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 15

1816
...into flesh ; but I can frame to myself no idea of what your Church teachelh in the sacrament, Thai the body and blood of Christ are verily and indeed taken and received of the faithful : And when I ask, how can this be understood hy a Protestant, who believeth that there...
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The theological and miscellaneous works of Joseph Priestley, Volume 19

Joseph Priestley - 1790
...eaten, only after an heavenly and spiritual manner;" and in your Catechism you are taught to say, that " the body and blood of Christ are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper." Now, if this language have any meaning at all, it cannot differ...
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On Protestant nonconformity, Volume 2

Josiah Conder - 1818
...operation. The Catechism, more particularly, instructs the members of the Church to believe that " The body and blood of Christ " are verily and indeed taken and received by " the faithful in the Lord's Supper : " an assertion with which, one would imagine, any Papist would...
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