Thirty-nine Articles


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Thirty-nine Articles

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(Anglicanism) a set of formulas defining the doctrinal position of the Church of England, drawn up in the 16th century, to which the clergy are required to give general consent
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A much more exemplary character with an infusion of sour dignity would not have furthered their comprehension of the Thirty-nine Articles, and would have been less socially uniting.
Their efforts at arguing the Church of England's Thirty-nine Articles to be reconcilable with Roman Catholic doctrine led to the emergence of a new understanding of catholicity.
Although his statement was controversial in his day, Jerome was later titled a Doctor of the Church and his authority was also cited in the Anglican statement in 1571 of the Thirty-Nine Articles.
Thirty-nine articles may seem like a lot to get through in a single evening, but relax voters - the first 14 will be dispensed with, as usual, in a single vote.
This collection of thirty-nine articles on marine ecosystem health showcases current scholarship and research in oxidative stress disorders in aquatic life systems.
Boulton, General Editor of the Cambridge Edition of Lawrence's Works, brings together the thirty-nine articles and essays that Lawrence wrote for newspapers, magazines, and books between July 1926 and September 1929, thirty-three of which were written during the last two years of his life.
In 1841, Cardinal Newman published a paper demonstrating that the Thirty-Nine Articles, the doctrinal statements of the Church of England, were consistent with Catholicism.
A reservation: I cannot agree that "the Thirty-Nine Articles did not clinch the victory for the English reformation" (143); their openings to Lutheran adiaphorism and predestinarian moderation perhaps meant that they failed to clinch the victory for anti-Arminian Reformed theology, but the Protestantism of the Articles was uncompromising.
And why are they, unlike the King James Bible and the Book of Common Prayer, no longer in daily use, especially when in Article XXXV of the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion that I find in my 1959 Canadian edition of the Book of Common Prayer (that I use, if not daily, at least weekly) the following:
In the end Convocation adopted the Thirty-Nine Articles but dropped thirty of the 141 English canons, while modifying others.
Thirty-nine articles describe protein target selection, bioinformatic approaches, and data management, with an overview and papers on such topics as a general target selection method for crystallographic proteomics, data deposition and annotation at the Worldwide Protein Data Bank, and prediction of protein disorder; protein production, with a range of papers including such topics as automated recombinant protein expression screening in e.