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" Otherwise, where ill men (be they heretics or other malefactors) may be punished or suppressed without disturbance and hazard of the good, they may and ought, by public authority, either spiritual or temporal... "
The Protestant's companion; a collection of preservatives against popery - Halaman 134
oleh Protestant - 1829 - 274 halaman
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 17

1835
...deal with them." — On 2 John x. " The good ('. e. the Papists) must tolerate the evil ('. e. the Protestants), when it is so strong that it cannot...disturbance of the whole church ; otherwise, where ill men, be they heretics or other malefactors, may be punished or suppressed, without disturbance...
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The revival of popery, its intolerant character ... detailed in a series of ...

William Blair - 1819 - 80 halaman
...danger or disturbance of the •whole Church, and commit the matter to God's judgment in the latter day; otherwise, where evil men, be they heretics or other...and suppressed, •without disturbance and hazard of tfte good, they may and mtght, by public authority, either spiritual or temporal, to be chastised .or...
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The Revival of Popery, Its Intolerant Character, Political Tendency ... and ...

William Blair - 1819 - 252 halaman
...annotations: ' The good (ie the Roman Catholics) must tolerate the evil (ie the Protestants, &c.), when it is so strong that it cannot be redressed without danger or disturbance of the whole Church, and commit the matter to God's judgment in the latter day; otherwise, where evil men, be they heretics...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1839
...in the same book. In the note on Matthew xiii. 29, 30, it is said, " The good must tolerate the evil when it is so strong that it cannot be redressed without danger and disturbance to the whole Church, and commit the matter to God's judgment in the latter day. OTHERWISE,...
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A dictionary of all religions and religious denominations,including the ...

Hannah Adams - 1823
...persecuting sentiments as the following: — On Matt.xiii. 29, it is said, " The good must tolerate the evil, when it is so strong that it cannot be redressed without danger or disturbance of the whole church, and commit the matter to God's judgment in (he latter day; otherwise, where ill men (be they heretics...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 20

1823
...exclusively ' the faithful,' and exclusively ' Catholics !') that though the good must tolerate the evil, when it is so strong that it cannot be redressed, without danger and disturbance to the whole Church, and commit the matter to God's judgment in the latter day ;" yet...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 21

1827
...lest whilo ye gather up the tares, yc root out the wheat also."— " The good must tolerate the evil, when it is so strong that it cannot be redressed without danger and disturbance of the whole church, and commit the matter to God's judgment in the latter day ; OTHERWISE,...
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Facts and documents illustrative of the history of the period immediately ...

Arthur Henry KENNEY - 1827 - 279 halaman
...The duty of toleration is explained thus in the Rhemish notes : " The GOOD mutt tolerate the evil, when it is so strong that it cannot be redressed without danger and disturbance of the whole church." (Note on Matt. xiii. 29) ; and the Maynooth divinity class book...
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Catholic emancipation, incompatible with the safety of the established ...

Richard Warner - 1829
...other communications with them in spiritual things, it is a GREAT DAMNABLE SIN to deal with them." " Where evil men, be they HERETICS or OTHER MALEFACTORS,...may be punished and suppressed, without disturbance or hazard of the good ; they may and ought, by public authority, either SPIRITUAL or TEMPORAL, to be...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1835
...surely he has not done less for Church guides of the New Testament. The good must tolerate the evil, when it is so strong that it cannot be redressed without danger and disturbance of the whole Church; and commit the n>atter to God's judgement in the latter day. Otherwise,...
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