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" The Parliament is the temporal head of the Church, from whose acts, and from whose acts alone, it exists as the National Church, and from which alone it derives all its powers. "
Tracts - Page 9
by British anti-state-church assoc - 1850
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Report of the Auchterarder Case: The Earl of Kinnoull, and the Rev. R. Young ...

Thomas Robert Hay-Drummond Kinnoull (10th Earl of), Charles Robertson - 1838
...the form of prayer, and do many things, which by his sole authority he cannot do in our Church. But that our Saviour is the Head of the Kirk of Scotland...Church, and from which alone it derives all its powers. The act 1592 then goes on thus : " Ratifies and approves the " Presbyteries, &c. &c. with the haill...
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The Ten Years' Conflict: Being the History of the Disruption of ..., 1. köide

Robert Buchanan - 1849
...PARLIAMENT is the temunquftlified * thTerSiwi poral head of the church, from whose acts, and from pnuapie. whose acts alone, it exists as the national church,...and from which alone it derives all its powers."* Grant this, and undoubtedly a foundation will be laid, broad enough to carry, not merely such an abstract...
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The Ten Years' Conflict: Being the History of the Disruption of ..., 1. köide

Robert Buchanan - 1849
...PARLIAMENT is the temnnqualifjcd thfStai poral head of the church, from whose acts, and from prillc'pU!' whose acts alone, it exists as the national church,...and from which alone it derives all its powers."* Grant this, and undoubtedly a foundation will be laid, broad enough to carry, not merely such an abstract...
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The Church Quarterly Review, 53. köide

1902
...judicial sense is a position which I can signify by no other name than absurdity. The Parliament is the head of the Church, from whose acts, and from whose...Church, and from which alone it derives all its powers. . . . Who gave the Church Courts any jurisdiction ? The law, and that alone, gave it, and the law defines...
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Robert Buchanan, D.D.: An Ecclesiastical Biography

Norman Lockhart Walker - 1877 - 574 lehte
...perverted." The Lord President (the Dean's father) was equally explicit. " That our Saviour," said he, " is the Head of the Kirk of Scotland, in any temporal,...Church, and from which alone it derives all its powers." In view of declarations like these, it seemed high time that the Church herself should speak out with...
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Robert Buchanan, D.D.: An Ecclesiastical Biography

Norman Lockhart Walker - 1877 - 574 lehte
...of the Court of Session had startled men in 1838 by saying: "That our Saviour is the Head of the Our Kirk of Scotland in any temporal, or legislative,...Church, and from which alone it derives all its powers." By this dictum, spoken twenty years before, people in their simplicity had been shocked. They were...
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The British Quarterly Review, 67–68. köide

Henry Allon - 1878
...elaborate review of the ancient and early statutes, that (as the chief of the court expressed it) ' the Parliament is the temporal head of the Church, from whose acts alone it exists as the national Church, and from which alone it derives all its powers.' In the succeeding...
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Thomas Chalmers: His Life and Its Lessons, lk 15

Norman Lockhart Walker - 1880 - 176 lehte
...Scotland may be gathered from one single deliverance of its Lord President. "That our Saviour," said he, "is the Head of the Kirk of Scotland in any temporal,...alone, it exists as the National Church, and FROM WHOM IT DERIVES ALL ITS POWERS." For a time it was not known how far those principles would be carried,...
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The age we live in: a history of the nineteenth century, 3. köide,1. osa

James Taylor - 1882
...enunciated of his views on this point gave great offence at the time. 'That our Saviour,' he said, 'is the Head of the Kirk of Scotland in any temporal,...temporal Head of the Church, from whose Acts, and whose Acts alone, it exists as the national Church, and from which alone it derives all its powers.'...
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A History of England from the Conclusion of the Great War in 1815, 5. köide

Sir Spencer Walpole - 1890
...Macfarlane's Late Secession, ch. iv. 3 Ten Years' Conflict, vol. i. pp. 390, 398. . forcible by adding,1 " That our Saviour is the head of the Kirk of Scotland,...whose acts alone, it exists as the National Church and derives all its powers." The decision of the Court of Session raised a ferment throughout Scotland....
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