The Reformation Settlement: Examined in the Light of History and Law, With an Introductory Letter to the Right Hon. Sir William Vernon Harcourt, M. P (Classic Reprint)

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I respectfully submit, therefore, that the evi dence is decidedly against the argument which Mr. Dibdin elaborated with so much ingenuity and ability, and I trust that the Archbishops will see their way to affirm the legality of the liturgical use of incense. If they do this, I have no doubt that, once the principle is admitted, there will be a uni versal Obedience to any orders which their Graces may issue for the control and direction of this, as of other usages. TO condemn the religious use of incense would be the first departure since the Refor mation from the rule laid down by the Church Of England herself: namely, that she desired to depart from the doctrines and usages of Christendom in nothing which was sanctioned by the Church of the (ecumenical Councils. Incense certainly comes under that rule.

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