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" That Adam was created mortal, and would have died, whether he had sinned or not. "
An Epitome of the Civil and Literary Chronology of Rome and Constantinople ... - Pagina 415
door Henry Fynes Clinton - 1853 - 524 pagina’s
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 2

1808
...to were these, (if their enemies have fairly represented them, which seems rather doubtful): — '' 1. That Adam was created mortal, and would have died,...he had sinned or not: — 2. That the sin of Adam hurt himself only, and not his posterity: — ?,. That new-born infants are in the same state that...
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The Gospel magazine, and theological review. Ser. 5. Vol. 3, no. 1-July 1874

1847
...here charged against Celestius we comprised in seven articles — 1. That Adam was created mortal, ud would have died whether he had sinned or not; 2. That the sin o! Adam injured himself alone, not the human race; 8. That infants at their birth, are in the condition...
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A history of the Church, from the earliest ages to the Reformation

1831
...sermons and writingsf. * The errors here charged against Celestius were comprised in seven articles — 1 . That Adam was created mortal, and would have died,...not ; 2. that the sin of Adam injured himself alone, not the human race ; 3. that infants, at their birth, are in the condition of Adam before his sin ;...
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A History of the Church, from the Earliest Ages to the Reformation

George Waddington - 1831 - 738 pagina’s
...reformer and governor of the harged against Celestius were comprised in seven articles — 1 . That rtal, and would have died, whether he had sinned or not ; 2. that 178 A HISTORY OP THE CHURCH. [Chap. XI. Dissatisfied with the easy triumph which attended his exertions...
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A History of the Church, from the Earliest Ages to the Reformation

George Waddington - 1833 - 738 pagina’s
...sermons and writingsf. • The errors here charged against Celestius were comprised in seven articles — 1. That Adam was created mortal, and would have died, whether he had sinned or not ; '1. that the sin of Adam injured himself alone, not the human race ; 3. that infants, at their birth,...
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An Historical Presentation of Augustinism and Pelagianism from the Original ...

Gustav Friedrich Wiggers - 1840 - 383 pagina’s
...fault of the transcriber, as will appear from the seven particulars which Mercator thus mentions : 1. Adam was created mortal, and would have died, whether he had sinned or not. 2. Adam's sin injured himself only, and not the human race. 3. Infants are born in the same state in which...
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An exposition of the thirty-nine Articles, historical and doctrinal, Volume 1

Edward Harold Browne (bp. of Winchester.) - 1850
...Nestorius1. The doctrines charged against Ccelestius at the Council of Carthage (AD 412) were — ' That Adam was created mortal, and would have died, whether he had sinned or not. That the sin of Adam hurt only himself, and not all mankind. That Infants new born are in the same...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 31

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - 1856
...termed Pelagianism, and from Photius we learn that he taught the very essence of that heresy—that Adam was created mortal, and would have died whether he had sinned or not, and that infants have no original sin, but are born in a state of innocence such as that of the first...
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The Creed and the Church: a hand-book of theology, being a synopsis ..., Boek 5

1865
...chief allies, Cselestius, was charged at the Council of Carthage (AD 412.) with holding the doctrines that 'Adam was created mortal, and would have died, whether he had sinned or not. That the sin of Adam hurt only himself, and not all mankind^ That infants new born are in the same...
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AN EXPOSITION OF THE THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES

EDWARD HAROLD BROWNE - 1865
...Nestorius.1 The doctrines charged against Coelestius at the Council of Carthage (AD 412) were — " That Adam was created mortal, and would have died, whether he had sinned or not. That the sin of Adam hurt only himself, and not all mankind. That infants new born are in the same...
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