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" Again, those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the pope can give no security of their allegiance to any government; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this: therefore, they can give no security for their allegiance. The power of granting pardons... "
Miscellaneous Tracts - Page 193
by Arthur O'Leary - 1781 - 397 pages
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 15

John Wesley, Joseph Benson - Methodist Church - 1812
...Those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope, can give no security of their allegiance to any government ; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this : therefore, they can give no security for their allegiance. The power of granting pardons for all sins, past, present, and to come,...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Methodist Church - 1812
...antidote againft the reft of the poifon." Mr. Wefley aflerted, in his Word to a Proteftant,' that " the power of granting pardons for all fins paft, prefent,...is, and has been, for many centuries, one branch of the Pope's fpiritual power." To this Mr. G. replies, "A moft atrociou* falfehood." To this pofitive...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 10

John Wesley - Methodism - 1827
...Again. Those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope can give no security of their allegiance to any government ; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this : therefore, they can give no security for their allegiance. The power of granting pardons for all sins, past, present, and to come,...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1829
...Again, those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope can give no security of their allegiance to any government ; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this; therefore they can give no security for their allegiance." Such was the reasoning and the opinion of the FOUNDER OF METHODISM.'...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 4; Volume 15

Methodist Church - 1833
...can give no security for their allegiance. The power of granting pardons for all sins, past, present, and to come, is, and has been for many centuries, one branch of his spirituui power. But those who acknowledge him to have this spiritual power can give no security...
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The Protestant magazine

Protestant association - 1839
...— Those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope can give no security of their allegiance to any government; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this : therefore, they can give no security for their allegiance. "The power of granting pardons for all sins, past, present, and to come,...
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Strictures on mr. O'Connell's letters to the Wesleyan Methodists

George Cubitt, Daniel O'Connell - 1840
...Again: Those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope can give no security of their allegiance to any Government; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this: therefore, they can give no security for their allegiance. The power of granting pardons for all sins, past, present, and to come,...
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The Penny Protestant operative, Volumes 4-7

1843
...Again. Those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope can give no security of their allegiance to any 'government; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this : therefore, they can give no security for their allegiance. The power of granting pardons for all sins, past, present, and to come,...
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Present condition and future prospects of the country in reference to free ...

F. C - 1846
...Again, those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope can give no security of their allegiance to any government; but all Roman Catholics acknowledge this, therefore they can give no security for their allegiance." I am anxious to draw attention to the light which revelation imparts...
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A Discussion of the Question, Is the Roman Catholic Religion, in Any Or in ...

John Hughes, John Breckinridge - Catholic question - 1856 - 546 pages
...can have any security of their allegiance. The power of granting pardons for all sins, past, present, and to come, is, and has been for many centuries, one branch of his (the Pope's) spiritual power. But those who acknowledged him to have this spiritual power, can...
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