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FATHERS, THE REFORMERS,
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND,
IN HARMONY WITH CALVIN,
AGAINST THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN;
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
A Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury,
ON THE SUBJECT OF THIS CONTROVERSY.
BY A LAYMAN.
WITH A PREFACE, NOTES, AND AN APPENDIX,
BY AN AMERICAN CLERGYMAN.
“ Man, of his own nature, is sinful and disobedient to God, WITHOUT ANY SPARK OF GOODNESS in him, without any virtuous or godly motion.”-Church of England. Hom. Whitsun.
* We can by no means allow—that of our own nature we are WITHOUT ANY SPARK OF GOODNESS in us, and that man has no ability or disposition whatever, either to faith or good works.”—Dr. Tomline, Bishop of Lincoln.
“ To be impugned from without, and BETRAYED FROM WITHIN, is certainly the worst condition, that either Church or State can fall into :-the Church of England has had experience of both."-Dr. South.
PHILADELPHIA : PUBLISHED BY PHILIP H. NICKLIN AND A. SMALL.