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CHRISTIAN FAITH & PRACTICE,
REFERENCES TO THE TEXT
COMPARED WITH THE
LITURGY, ARTICLES, AND HOMILIES,
CHURCH OF ENGLAND;
and illustrated by
EXTRACTS FROM THE CHIEF OF THOSE WORKS WHICH RECEIVED THE
FROM THE TIME OF THE REFORMATION,
TO THE FINAL REVISION OF THE ESTABLISHED FORMULARIES.
Mo. 62, St. Paul's Church-yard,
FAITH AND PRACTICE.
The Holy Ghost-, or Holy Spirit, is God, the Lord and Giver of Life, the Third Person of the everblessed Trinity; of the same nature and essence, but distinct in personality from the Father and the Son: being " of the Father and of the Son; neither made, nor created, nor begotten, but proceeding."
§ 2. To the Holy Spirit, as one Person of the Glorious Godhead, the same divine designations are generally given in the Holy Scriptures as to the Father and to the Son;—the same essential perfections are as. cribed;—the same efficacy in the works of nature and of grace, is attributed ;—and the same divine honours are ordered to be paid.
§ 3. As, however, certain distinct and peculiar offices are assigned to the other two Persons of the Godhead, so to the Spirit are certain operations
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