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" ... required him, by virtue of the apostolic powers with which he was clothed, to retract the errors which he had uttered with regard to indulgences and the nature of faith, and to abstain for the future from the publication of new and dangerous opinions;... "
The Works of Wm. Robertson, D.D.: A view of the progress of society in ... - Page 260
by William Robertson - 1825
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - Europe - 1769 - 508 pages
...he required him, by virtue of the apoftolic powers with which he was cloathed, to retract the errors he had uttered with regard to Indulgences, and the nature of faith; and to abftain, for the future, future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Boo* II. Luther,...
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The history of the reign of the emperor Charles v, Volume 2

William Robertson - 1777 - 430 pages
...he required him, by virtue of the apoftolick powers with which he was clothed, to retraft the errors which he had uttered with regard to Indulgences, and the nature of faith ; and to abftain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Luther, fully perfuaded...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - Europe - 1777 - 538 pages
...he required him, by virtue of the apoftolick powers with which he was clothed, to retract the errors which he had uttered with regard to Indulgences, and the nature of faith ; and to abftain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Luther, fully perfuaded...
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The History of Modern Europe: With an Account of the Decline and ..., Volume 2

William Russell - Europe - 1789 - 606 pages
...with which he was veftcd, to retrad his errors, (without.fhewing that they were luch) and to abftain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Luther, who had flattered himfelf with a hearing, and hoped todiftinguifh himfelf in a difpute with a prelate...
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An history of the Christian Church [by G. Gregory].

George Gregory - 1790 - 434 pages
...fruithji Ncgoc iation s. ' [Cent. 1 6. regard to indulgences, and the nature of faith ; and to abftain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Luther, fully perfuaded of the truth of his own tenets, and coniirmed in the belief of them by the approbation which...
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An History of the Christian Church from the Earliest Periods to ..., Volume 2

George Gregory - Church history - 1795 - 594 pages
...clothed, to retract his errors with regard to indulgences and the nature of faith ; and to abftain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Luther, fully perfuaded of the truth of his own tenets, and confirmed in the belief of them by the approbation which...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 10, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797 - 422 pages
...therefore required him, by virtue of the apoftolic powers with which he was clothed, to retrait the errors which he had uttered with regard to indulgences and the nature of faith, and to abftain for the future from the publication of new and. dangerous opinions; and at the laft forbad...
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The history of the reign of the emperor Charles v, Volume 2

William Robertson - Europe - 1802 - 398 pages
...abftain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Lu? ther, fully perfuaded of the truth of his own tenets, and confirmed in the belief of them by the appro: bation which they had met with among perfons confpicuous both for learning and piety, was furprifed...
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The History of Modern Europe: With an Account of the Decline and ..., Volume 2

William Russell - Europe - 1802 - 512 pages
...apostolic powers with which he was vested, to retract his errors (without showing that they were such) and to abstain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Luther, who had flattered himself with a hearing, and hoped to distinguish himself in a dispute with a prelate...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of ..., Volume 2

William Robertson - Europe - 1802 - 392 pages
...Luther, by virtue of the apoftolic powers with' which he was clothed, to retract the errors which he hacI uttered with regard to Indulgences, and the nature of faith ; and to abftain, for the future, from the publication of new and dangerous opinions. Luther, fully perfuaded...
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