Westminster Confession of Faith

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  • Did the Westminster Confession of Faith add some new property to the soul of man? Cited from Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, by Thomas Carlyle
  • The Westminster Confession of Faith is the official statement of faith.
  • These Essentials are set forth in greater detail in the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • The Westminster Confession of Faith says that God is "without body, parts, or passions".
  • The subordinate standard of the church is the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • Stone was ordained Presbyterian but rejected many things from the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • Grace Presbyterian Church holds to the Westminster Confession of Faith as its official confession of faith.
  • Among his unfinished manuscripts was a criticism of the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • The main point of contention was whether the book was within the theological boundaries of the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • Additionally, it allowed liberty of opinion for ministers on a wide range of doctrines set forth in the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • The official theological position of the school is based on the Westminster Confession of Faith and other expressions of the reformed faith.
  • His scruples about accepting the Westminster Confession of Faith prevented him from doing so although he remained within the Free Church communion.
  • He considered that this signalled an approach to truth that seemed capable of extension to other doctrines of the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • For such a purpose the Westminster Confession of Faith, even though its doctrinal portions might stand much as they were, could hardly suffice as a whole. Cited from The Life of John Milton, Volume 5 (of 7), 1654-1660, by David Masson
  • Although those Controversies involved many issues, the overarching issue had to do with the nature of church authority and the authority of the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • In that capacity, he opposed Henry van Dyke's proposal to revise the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • The relationship between these powers was fully established in Scotland by the first and second Books of Discipline, and finally ratified by the Westminster Confession of Faith.
  • Campbell clearly disagreed with the Westminster Confession of Faith's view of a limited atonement, and he was removed from the ministry.
  • At last the Shorter Catechism and the Westminster Confession of Faith triumph; we put it down and softly close the door behind us. Cited from The New North, by Agnes Deans Cameron
  • The Westminster Confession of Faith is the official confession.
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