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" The body and blood of Christ which are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper. "
Lectures on the catechism of the Church of England: with a discourse on ... - Page 248
by Thomas Secker (abp. of Canterbury.) - 1790
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The Creeds of Christendom: With a History and Critical Notes, Vol III

Philip Schaff - Church history - 1877
...received. Ques. What is the inward part, or thing signified ? Ans. The body and blood of Christ, which are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper. 1 Edition of 1 604 : the person baptized it dipped, or sprinkled with it. The change wag nude in 1661....
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Transubstantiation discuss'd, in two parts, in several papers that have pass ...

T. B, Henry Newcome, Transubstantiation - 1705
...Believe, That the worthy Receiver receives not the bare Elements, but the Body and Blood of Chrift, which are verily and indeed taken and received by the Faithful in the Lord's Supper. 3. The Cup may be the Communication of Chrifl's Blood, and the Bread the Communication of his Body...
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A practical exposition of the Catechism of the Church of England, in 30 lectures

Benjamin Farrow - 1708
...Now the Lord's Bodyln the Sacrament is only to be difcern'd by faith, and therefore tho' it be faid that the Body and Blood of Chrift are verily and indeed taken and receiif.f. in the Lord's Suffer, yet 'tis only by the Faithfot, and that hy their fli/jfi. Without...
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The History of the Reign of Queen Anne, Digested Into Annals: Year the First ...

Great Britain - 1710
...a thing may be ; but I can frame to my fclf no Idea of what your Church teacheth in the Sacrament, That the Body and Blood of Chrift are verily and indeed taken and receiv'd of the Faithful : And when I ask how can this be under/tood by a Proteftant, who believeth...
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Collections of passages referr'd to by dr. Henry Sacheverell in his Answer ...

Henry Sacheverell - 1710
...a thing may be ; but I can frame to my felf no Idea of what Your Church tcachcth in the Sacrament, that the Body and Blood of Chrift are verily and indeed taken and receiv'd of the Faithful : And when I ask how can this be nndcrfiood by a Protefiant, who believeth...
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Th' Exeter guide to both temporal happiness and eternal, by a Church of ...

Exeter guide - 1715
...be received. O. What is the Inward part or thing fignified? 3. The Body and Bloud of Ciri▀, which are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper. O. What are the benefits whereof we are partakers thereby ? a. The (lengthening and refreftiing of...
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The impartial churchman: or, A fair and candid representation of the ...

Robert Warren - Dissenters, Religious - 1728 - 208 pages
...made one with as, as our Church tells us. And therefore Ihe fays farther, that (b) his Body and Blood are verily and indeed taken> and received by the Faithful in the Lord's Supper : Taken verily , but facramentally ; received indeed, but fpiritually : And fo we have Chrift's real...
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Sermons on several occasions, with a course of lectures on the ..., Volume 2

Richard Bundy - 1740
...Tuhing fignified, is, according to the Words of the next Anfwer, The Body and Blood ofCbrift, 'which are verily and indeed taken and received by the Faithful in the Lord's Supper ; that is, the faithful Communicant does, by receiving the outward Elements, as really and truly partake...
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Itinerarium totius sacrŠ ScripturŠ: or, An abstract of the holy Bible

Christopher Brown (rev.) - 1748
...Supper, Bread and Wine. Q. What is the inward Tart ▀gni▀ed y A. The Body and Blood of Chrift, which are verily and indeed taken and received by the Faithful in the Lord's Supper, ie they do thereby actually partake of that great Sacrifice which Chrift fuffered, and of all the Benefits...
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A narration of the lives of the thirteen compilers of the liturgy of the ...

Samuel Downes - 1751
...agreed to by the reft of the reformers, and eftablim'd in the Church of England at this very day, viz. " The Body and Blood of Chrift are Verily and Indeed taken and received by the Faithful in the Lord's-fupper." It is impoffible to defcribe to reafon how Faith does this, except by the following...
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