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The summer months are the days for ecclesiastical, assemblies. Synods, Conventions, Conferences, or whatever they may be called, have met throughout the country, have adopted their resolutions for good or for bad, and have gone home. Reading over the countless reports of all these ecclesiastical assemblies, one is struck by…

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The main principles of the Reformation, we have noted in previous articles, are usually considered to be two: the formal and the material. According to the formal principle, the Reformation acknowledged only one source of authority, the Holy Scriptures. With this principle they stood opposed to Roman Catholicism, False Mysticism…

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