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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at http:--www.gutenberg.org-license Title: Orthodoxy: Its Truths And Errors Author: James Freeman Clarke Release Date: June 6, 2009 [Ebook #29054] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK ORTHODOXY: ITS TRUTHS AND ERRORS*** Orthodoxy: Its Truths And Errors By James Freeman Clarke Soleo enim in allena castra transire, non tanquam transfuga, sed tanquam explorator.SENECA, _Epistolæ_, 2. Fiat lux.
Cupio refelli, ubi aberrarim; nihil majus, nihil aliud quam veritatem efflagito.THOMAS BURNET, _Arch.
Phil._ Fourteenth Edition. Boston: American Unitarian Association. 1880. CONTENTS Preface. Chapter I.
Introduction. § 1.
Object and Character of this Book. § 2.
Progress requires that we should look back as well as forward. § 3.
Orthodoxy as Right Belief. § 4.
Orthodoxy as the Doctrine of the Majority.
Objections. § 5.
Orthodoxy as the Oldest Doctrine.
Objections. § 6.
Orthodoxy as the Doctrine held by all. § 7.
Orthodoxy, as a Formula, not to be found. § 8.
Orthodoxy as Convictions underlying Opinions. Sat Apr 01 16:42:04 2017 2 § 9.
Substantial Truth and Formal Error in all great Doctrinal Systems. § 10.
Importance of this Distinction. § 11.
The Orthodox and Liberal Parties in New England. Chapter II.
The Principle And Idea Of Orthodoxy Stated And Examined. § 1.
The Principle of Orthodoxy defined. § 2.
Logical Genesis of the Principle of Orthodoxy. § 3.
Orthodoxy assumed to be the Belief of the Majority. § 4.
Heterodoxy thus becomes sinful. § 5.
The Doctrine of Essentials and Non-essentials leads to Rome. § 6.
Fallacy in this Orthodox Argument. § 7.
The three Te...

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