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Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon by Herbermann, Charles George (1840-1916)

Syria GEOGRAPHY AND POLITICAL DIVISIONS, ANCIENT AND MODERN A country in Western Asia, which in modern times comprises all that region bounded on the north by the highlands of the Taurus, on the south by Egypt, on the east by Mesopotamia and the Arabia Desert, and on the west by the Mediterranean; thus including with its area the ancient and modern countries of Aram or North Syria,…

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Expositor's Bible: The General Epistles of St. James and St. Jude by Plummer, Alfred

CHAPTER XXXII. THE PERSONS DENOUNCED IN THE EPISTLE. ITS RELATION TO 2 PETER. "For there are certain men crept in privily, even they who were of old set forth unto this condemnation, ungodly men, turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness, and denying our only Master and Lord, Jesus Christ."—St.

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Deity of Christ by Bartleman, Frank (1871-1935)

For there are three that bear record in heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost; and these three are one.” – I John 5:7. (The Spirit, water and the blood “agree in one,” are “to the point.” – Greek – I John 5:8.) “The Lord God hath sent me, and His spirit.

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History of the Christian Church, Volume III: Nicene and Post-Nicene Christianity. A.D. 311-600 by Schaff, Philip (1819-1893)

. I. S. Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis episcopi Opera … Post Lovaniensium theologorum recensionem [which appeared at Antwerp in 1577 in 11 vols.] castigatus [referring to tomus primus, etc.] denuo ad MSS.

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History of the Christian Church, Volume V: The Middle Ages. A.D. 1049-1294 by Schaff, Philip (1819-1893)

§ 46. The Empire and Papacy at Peace. 1271–1294. Popes.—Gregory X., 1271–1276; Innocent V., Jan. 21-June 22, 1276; Adrian V., July 12-Aug. 16, 1276; John XXI., 1276–1277; Nicolas III., 1277–1280; Martin IV., 1281–1285; Honorius IV., 1285–1287; Nicolas IV., 1288–1292; Coelestin V., July 5-Dec.

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