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THE ANGLICAN CHURCH
(POSTERIOR TO THE REFORMATION)
SUFFICIENCY OF HOLY SCRIPTURE,
AUTHORITY OF THE HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH IN
As contained in her authorized Formularies,
ILLUSTRATED BY THE WRITINGS OF HER ELDER MASTERS AND
INTRODUCTION, NOTES, AND APPENDIX,
JOHN FULLER RUSSELL, S. C. L.
OF ST. PETER'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
"Magnopere curandum est, ut id teneamus quod ubique, quod
PRINTED FOR A. H. BAILY & CO. 83, CORNHILL;
T. STEVENSON, CAMBRIDGE; AND J. H. PARKER, Oxford.
HUGH JAMES ROSE, B. D.
PRINCIPAL OF KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON,
&c. &c. &c.
WILL EVER BE HELD IN DEEP LOVE AND REVERENCE BY TRUE
RESPECTFULLY AND GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED.
THE design of the following Publication is to set at rest (so far as the decision of the Church of England is concerned) the disputed questions of the sufficiency of Scripture, and the value of Tradition. For this purpose, citations respecting these important subjects have been made from the Canons, Articles, and other Formularies which the Anglican Church has, from time to time, authoritatively published. These quotations are copiously illustrated by others from the writings of the distinguished men who were concerned in the composition and promulgation of the above Formularies,