The Hammersmith Protestant Discussion: Being an Authenticated Report of the Controversial Discussion Between the Rev. John Cumming, D. D., and Daniel French, Esq., on the Differences Between Protestantism and Popery (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from The Hammersmith Protestant Discussion: Being an Authenticated Report of the Controversial Discussion Between the Rev. John Cumming, D. D., And Daniel French, Esq., On the Differences Between Protestantism and Popery
I must here observe, that I shall be verv willing, in imitation of the example set by my learned friend, to refer immediately to the pages of the Bible and of the New Testament, chieﬂy in order to prove the doctrine of Transubstantiation; but, at the same time, I hope that you will not deem it a departure from the system pointed out, to which I shall, in some res eets, be very willing to adhere, say, I hope you will not deem it a deviation from that svs tern, if, whilst I refer to particular parts of Scripture, I likewise refer to the fathers of the Church, who, inthe res eetive ages of that Church, explaine these passages and these texts precisely in the same manner as we Catholics do at the present da My reverend opponent has tolsd on, that he is repured, this evening, to adduce t. Augustine, and St. Jerome, with other fathers, as evidence against the doctrine of Transubstantiation.
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