John Tillotson





John Tillotson

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A Discourse Against Transub...
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Gems of Great Authors; Or, ...
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European Union Law
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The Works of Dr. John Tillo...
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Sermons on Several Subjects...
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Twenty Discourses
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EC Law: Texts & Materials
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Contract Law in Perspective
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“Ignorance and inconsideration are the two great causes of the ruin of mankind.”
John Tillotson

“For a Man cannot believe a Miracle without relying upon Sense, nor Transubstantiation without renouncing it. So that never were any two things so ill coupled together as the Doctrine of Christianity and that of Transubstantiation, because they draw several ways, and are ready to strangle one another: For the main Evidence of the Christian Doctrine, which is Miracles, is resolved into the certainty of Sense, but this Evidence is clear and point blank against Transubstantiation.”
John Tillotson, A Discourse Against Transubstantiation

“For the spiritual efficacy of the Sacrament doth not depend upon the nature of the thing received, supposing we received what our Lord appointed, and receive it with a right preparation and disposition of mind, but upon the supernatural blessing that goes along with it, and makes it effectual to those spiritual ends for which it was appointed.”
John Tillotson, A Discourse Against Transubstantiation

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