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" Whence you ought to know that the bishop is in the Church, and the Church in the bishop... "
The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ... - Page 383
1855
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The History and Teachings of the Early Church as a Basis for the Re-union of ...

Christian union - 1889 - 240 pages
...episcopate is one undivided body, of which each Bishop holds a part (as a member) for the whole." " The Bishop is in the Church and the Church in the Bishop ; " hence no Bishop is or can be, as Bishop, supreme over any other. In connection with this he, again...
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The Two Republics: Or, Rome and the United States of America

Alonzo Trévier Jones - Church history - 1891 - 1046 pages
...church is founded upou the bishops, and every act of the church is controlled by these same rulers." " Whence you ought to know that the bishop is in the church, and the church in the bishop ; und if any one be not -with the bishop, that he is not in the church."10 He insisted that God made...
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The Primitive Church and the See of Peter

Luke Rivington - Church history - 1894 - 536 pages
...Epistle of Clement.5 All is explained by the principle which St. Cyprian laid down when he said, ' You ought to know that the bishop is in the Church, and the Church in the bishop.' It would not have been necessary to enter at such length into Dr. Lightfoot's interpretation of this...
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History of the Christian Church: Founding of the new world 1-600 A.D

George Herbert Dryer - Church history - 1896 - 456 pages
...''They are the Church who are a people united to the priest, and the flock which adheres to its pastor. Whence you ought to know that the bishop is in the Church, and the Church is in the bishop, and if any one be not with the bishop, that he is not in the Church " The ability...
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Lectures ...

Church Club of New York - Church history - 1893 - 236 pages
...whole episcopate is one undivided body, of which each Bishop holds a part (as a member) for the whole." "The Bishop is in the Church and the Church in the Bishop ; " hence no Bishop is or can be, as Bishop, supreme over any other. In connection with this he, again...
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The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature, Volume 7

Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond - Books - 1897 - 528 pages
...Hierarchy — Levitic or earlier" (p. 525). The Bishop in the local Church is the element of unity. " The Bishop is in the Church, and the Church in the Bishop, and if anyone is not with the Bishop he is not in the Church" (Ep. 66. 8 ; p. 37). " What the Bishop...
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Cyprian: the Churchman

John Alfred Faulkner - 1906 - 246 pages
..."They are a Church, who are a people united to a priest, and the flock which adheres to its pastor. Whence you ought to know that the bishop is in the Church, and the Church in the bishop ; and if any one be not with the bishop, he is not in the Church. The Church which is catholic and...
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A Guide to the Study of Church History

William Joseph McGlothlin - Church history - 1908 - 278 pages
...functions of the other officers. The essence of the church was thought to be in him. Cyprian says: "The bishop is in the church and the church in the bishop." (3) Presbyters were selected usually by people and clergy and ordained by the bishop. They lose greatly...
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The Origins of Christianity

Charles Bigg - Church history - 1909 - 558 pages
...others were saying in his own time. If he holds that ' he who listens to the bishop listens to God ', that ' the bishop is in the Church and the Church in the bishop ', that the bishop judges vice Christi, and that he who disobeys makes himself 'judge of the judge...
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The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge ..., Volume 3

Johann Jakob Herzog, Albert Hauck, Samuel Macauley Jackson, Charles Colebrook Sherman, George William Gilmore - Theology - 1909 - 522 pages
...government of the whole church belonged to the episcopate as a whole. Such strong statements appear as " the bishop is in the church and the church in the bishop," " the church is a people united with the priest," " he can not have God as father who has not the church...
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