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" Church-of-England education ? Can they do it without betraying the cause, which they are pledged to defend? ' It may indeed be asked, whether every man from the lowest to the highest, who holds an office of trust or power, whether religious or civil,... "
The national religion the foundation of national education: a sermon ... - Página 8
por Herbert Marsh (bp. of Peterborough.) - 1811
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The National Religion the Foundation of National Education: A Sermon ...

Herbert Marsh - 1811 - 289 páginas
...Toleration, 'who have solemnly bound themselves to the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England. may indeed be asked, whether every man, from the lowest...obtained but by professing himself a Member of the NationalChurch, is not bound by such profession, if not openly to discountenance, at least not openly...
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The General chronicle and literary magazine, Volume 3

1811
...their preferments by this very tenure, conscientiously support any other than a Churc/i-of-England education ? Can they do it without betraying the cause, which they are pledged to defend?1 It may indeed be asked, whether every man, from the lowest to the highest, who holds an office...
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The Philanthropist, Or, Repository for Hints and Suggestions ..., Volume 2

1812
...clergy of the church, lie says, with regard to all Dissenters holding any test-demanding office, *' It may indeed be asked, whether every man, from the...but by professing himself a member of the National Chtirc/t, is not bound by such profession, if not openly to discountenance, at least not openly to...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 1

Abraham John Valpy - 1813
...solemn vow, promise and profession," which we make at our Baptism, and renew at our Confirmation ? Do we act consistently, if, while we profess to " believe...but by professing himself a member of the National C/iurch, is not bound by such profession, if not only openly to discountenance, at least not openly...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 1

1813
...Christian Faith," we encourage a system of education, from which those Articles of Faith are deluded? Can the Clergy especially, who not only subscribe...obtained but by professing himself a member of the Rational Cliurch, is n«t bound by such profession, if not only openly to discountenance, at least...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 1

Abraham John Valpy - 1813
...their preferments by this very tenure, conscientiously support any other than a Church-qf- England education ? Can they do it without betraying the cause,...have obtained but by professing himself a member of tJie National Church, is not bound by such profession, if not only openly to discountenance, at least...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 15

1840
...hold their preferments by this very tenure, conscientiously support any other than a Church of England education ? Can they do it without betraying the cause which they are pledged to defend ? Neutrality, however strictly observed, is in this case a kind of hostility. It is hostility to the...
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The Life of the Rev. Andrew Bell: ... Prebendary of Westminster ..., Volume 2

Robert Southey, Charles Cuthbert Southey - 1844
...hold their preferments by this very tenure, conscientiously support any other than a Church of England education? Can they do it without betraying the cause...national Church, is not bound by such profession, if not openly to discountenance, at least not openly to promote, a system of education from wlrich the national...
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The Life of the Rev. Andrew Bell: ... Prebendary of Westminster ..., Volume 2

Robert Southey, Charles Cuthbert Southey - 1844
...hold their preferments by this very tenure, conscientiously support any other than a Church of England education ? Can they do it without betraying the cause...the lowest to the highest, who holds an office of tmst or power, whether religious or civil, which he could not have obtained but by professing himself...
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