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Boston Jesuit (Newspaper) - March 26, 1831, Boston, MassachusettsCatholic Sentinel. A a a a a a a a a amp a a 6�i a a a t k Xay is oeu8 fro Nobis acis Contra nos if cod of. For is who is against is rom. Till. Xxxi. Vol. Ii. Boston. Saturday. March 26, 1831. No. Tax. The Jesuit published weekly to appear every saturday by William Smith tor the proprietors at go per Anaum to Advance. All must be Post paid and directed in the Ditori of die. A a Jesuit a Boston mass. The object is to explain diffuse and defend the principles of the one Holt Catholic and apostolic Church. Office no. 75, Kidby Street. The Triumph of truth in the conversion of the Rev. J. A. Mason from the errors of methodism to the Catholic Fuith. H Rit Len by himself. Continued from Page 227, a o. 29. acknowledge that it is nowhere specified what the things were which Christ taught to his apostles alter his resurrection. And i know also that st. John says a a if every thing was written the world would not contain the but 1 assert that All things necessary to salvation were written and 1 assert also that the latter text makes As much against you As against us for you cannot prove that you teach All that which would More than fill the world with books. M Artyn,�?1 have proved that Christ taught his apostles All things which he was sent to reveal and commanded them to teach All things and that the Rule of Faith appointed by Christ must continue to teach All things. 1 have brought a variety of texts and produced a variety of instances to prove that you have no certainty that the scripture does contain All things necessary to salvation and that it nowhere says so you have not disproved the evidence 1 have brought and As to your assertion that All things necessary to salvation were written proves nothing for assertion is no proof. . Paul says a a the holy scripture is Able to make us Wise unto and if Wise to salvation what More can be wanting ? have Shewn that this was said of the old testament and will you say the new testament was not necessary it is evident any one Book of holy scripture is Able to impart Wisdom conducting to salvation. For example the prophecy of Isar As which so plainly Points out the person character and office of Christ. But will you say that the prophecy of Isaias is the sole Independent and sufficient Rule of Faith and practice besides st. Paul told st. Timothy a a that the old testament was Able to make him w ise to salvation through the Faith which is in Christ Jesus a so that it was in connexion with the Christian Faith which his son Timothy had Learnt from him by word of Mouth that the old testament scripture was Able to make him Wise to salvation. All events st. Timothy had read the scriptures from a child but you prohibit the Reading of the scriptures and therefore you Are opposed to st. Paul consequently arc not infallible. Point is entirely beside the question we will consider this Point a Little later at present the question is whether or not the scripture is the sole Independent Rule of Faith and practice. apostle says a a All scripture is Given by inspiration of god and is profitable Lor doctrine for reproof for correction and instruction in righteousness a therefore it is sufficient. a conclusion every verse and chapter is profitable therefore it is sufficient. Do you like the conclusion or. Mason but Here is another Point to which 1 will Call your attention. Your scripture says a a All scripture is Given by the inspiration of now 1 deny that your translation is Correct. The proper Reading is a a All scripture divinely inspired is both the greek and latin texts Shew that this is the True Reading and common sense confirms it. There have been in various Ages false scripture produced and it is a question now Between you and me whether the Book of Tobias be Rue scripture or false scripture. Besides this the original word scripture Means any writing Good or bad True or false sacred or profane and hence the necessary use of the qualifying adjective holy or sacred scripture when speaking of the divinely inspired writings. But your Bible tells a palpable falsehood for it says a fall scripture i. E. Every writing is divinely inspired a this shews you How Little calculated your English Bible is to be a sole Independent sufficient Rule of Faith and practice. I Bible is a perfect Rule of Faith or it is not. If not it is an imperfect rules therefore not gods holy word. If it be a perfect Rule what need of any other cannot help perceiving that your foundation is shaken or you would not leave so Many of my remarks unanswered nor would you have recourse to such weak arguments. I do not say this to wound your feelings but because i rejoice at the Triumph of truth. But to the Point your dilemma May be answered another Way. Instead of the Bible put the old testament and then see How conclusive the argument the old testament is a perfect Rule of Faith or it is not. If not it is oot gods holy word a if it be what need of the new testament. In other words you might As Well say because a part is not the whole a part is not a part. , you do not wound my feelings. I candidly acknowledge there is much that i cannot answer. I must again say i never heard these things treated of so before and am not prepared to answer. But you must not conclude that 1 am convinced these things will be matter for More deliberate consideration. However i will ask you this questions if god cannot speak so Plain in the scripture As to be understood without an interpreter How can Man pretend to do it might As Well ask Why Man cannot speak As Plain without a voice As with it a living voice is always plainer to be understood than a silent Book. If we
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