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- Vain attempts to restore unity and uniformity. The in vention of fundamental, and non-fundamental articles.--The . authority of Synods. The intervention of the civil power..." The reading, and private interpretation of Scripture were not appointed by Christ, as the means of communicating the certain knowledge of all that he taught, and ordained, to be be-... lieved and observed by men ............................ 35
CHAPTER IV. .. The only means, by which it can be ascertained, with absolute cer- ! .. titude, what are the doctrines of faith, the moral precepts, and , the religious observances, which were delivered by Christ, in the revelation, and institution of the Christian Religion, is the proas vin mulgation of his law, made by the authority of the ministry, which Christ instituted for that purpose. That, which Christ commanded to be believed, and to be observed, constitutes his law. A law is made known by authoritative promulgation. — The old law was promulgated by Moses, and the ministry of the Priesthood. - Christ revealed his new law to Peter, and his other Apostles.--He ordained that the knowledge of what he had taught, and commanded, should be communicated to-all nations, by the authoritative promulgation of his law, made by his Apostles, and their Successors, in the ministry of the Christian Priesthood ............................ 41
on the mode of bringing mankind to the certain knowledge of
Linó PART III.
THE ESTABLISHMENT AND PROPAGATION OF THE
- CHAPTER I. On the primitive promulgation of the Christian law. Prophecies
relating to the promulgation of the law of Christ in Sion.-mimar The miraculous descent of the Holy Ghost, on the Apostles. - The new law is promulgated on the day of Pentecost by