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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - January 29, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsOr Catholic Sentinel. Elt i 1�� in in i a Jan a is decs run Nobis qci8 Contra nos a if Ood be for i a who is against i s a a rom. Viu. Xxx. Vol. Ii. Boston saturday january 20, 1s3. No. Xxii. The Jesuit. Published weekly to appear every saturday by William a Beith for the proprietors at s3 Pur annul in Advance. All Odumiii rations must be Post paid and directed to the editors of tho a a Jesuit a Boston muss. The object is to explain diffuse and defend the principles of the one holy Catholic and apostolic Church. Or vice no. 75, Kilby Street. .7/1 Earnest Appeal of the Rev. J. A. Mason once a methodist preacher but now a roman Catholic priest. Continued from Page 161, is o. 21. Ii having exposed the fallacy and imposture of the system i shall proceed to add a few strictures on its doctrines discipline and general tendency. Doctrines. The first of these of course regards their Rule of Faith. Or. Chettle like Many others says a a the Uiltje alone is the religion of protestants a but he knew Well that this was false in regard to methodism. Or. Wesley speaking on this subject says a a if any one will say i rend Only the Bible then he ought to teach others to read Only the Bible and by the same Rule to hear Only the Hible. If you need Only the Bible you Are above st. Patti who wanted others too bring the books says he but especially the the conference teaches that the Rule of doctrine to a methodist preacher is Wesley a notes on the new testament and his four volumes of sermons to which is added All his other works and those of or. Fletcher of mud Cly anti they practically act upon it. 1 knew a Quot preacher who was called to account before his Brethren for teaching a most True doctrine respecting Christian perfection and the direct witness of the spirit. He vindicated himself first by most Plain passages of holy scripture the president answered the question is not what the scripture teaches but Liat methodism teaches you area methodist preacher Ami a Nisi Tench the doctrines of or. Wesley. He then appealed to or. Wesley a works and produced passages in proof. This begat a warm dispute among them what was the sense of Wesley on the Point at issues part saw plainly that we slav taught this doctrine the other part saw plainly that he did not. The person then appealed to or. Henry Moor chairman of the District and received for answer that the doctrine was the same As he himself taught and nor Caldy both to Wesley and the scriptures. This proves that the Bible is not the Only Rule of methodism nay More it proves that the Bible is not the Rule at All and consequently that or. Chat Tley a assertion is altogether false. Other principal doctrines of methodism Are those of justification by Faith alone and the Abs pc named direct witness of the spirit. Justification they define to be the act of god pardoning Sih granted to Faith which Faith is to believe that god does this instant Pardon me. A a whatever thou Hast or whatever thou Hast not the moment thou thus be lie vast that moment thou Art if Itley t Sermon on Anil Sanctification. And the moment this act is performed by god the proclamation of it is made in the soul and As an evidence he sends Forth the spirit into the heart crying Abba. Father. And thus they receive a full metaphysical Assurance of gods favour and eternal life hence they say no one can be in the favour it it of god and not know it now let us examine this favorite doctrine of theirs. In the first place the definition is for justification is not merely tho act of pardoning a sinner. Whatever May to a Legal justification in a court of Justice As or. Wesley and others suppose Legal justifications among men arc not the measures of the Justice of god. Nothing can be justified w Ith god which is not really just in itself and therefore before a Man can be justified with god or rather in tho act of justification he must have a new heart and a new spirit. His inward House must he swept and garnished with the graces of heaven ris. Faith Hope Charity and an obedient heart. Justification therefore is both the pardoning of past sins and the imparting of real Justice. Nor is this by Faith alone for repentance and obedience Are As much conditions of justification is Faith. A a to that Man will 1 look that is poor and of a contrite spirit and that tremble the at my word. He that re Pontetti and Abr Suzeth shall find mercy. Rehab the harlot was justified by works Shew me thy Faith without any works 1 will Shew thee my Faith by my works so then Faith without works is dead being nor is this Faith the believing that we Are justified in order to be justified which would be to believe an untruth in order to obtain the truth. But Faith is to believe All that god teaches because he is the very truth mid cannot deceive or he deceived. Or. Wesley and the conference teach that All works done before justification Are sins and this justification cannot take place without the knowledge of it. Now let us try the logic of it. All works done before the knowledge of justification cannot be pleasing to god but have in them the nature of sin. But repentance prayer acts of Faith hone Charity alms deeds Reading Good books going to the Temple of god conversing on pious subjects using the appointed Means pc. Arc All works done before justification. the so and such like Are not pleasing to god but sinful in their nature. O Linchard we hot a conclusion have you brought us to it would be bad As taught by the Church of England hut it is intolerably worse on the principles of methodism. Of this i Nave witnessed a practical example. _ Many years ago a Young Man a Friend of mine was almost converted to methodism at least he was among the groaners in the pangs of the new birth. Being one sunday morning at the prayer meeting with me he was
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