Johannes Wollebius on Defining a Heretic

Johannes Wollebius on Defining a Heretic

Heretics are they, who maintain stubbornly against the plain light of truth, any doctrine which overthrows directly, or by necessary consequence the fundamentals of Christian faith. The Rules. I. Not every Error makes an Heretic. For either there is an error against...
The Nassau Confession (1578) on Idolatry

The Nassau Confession (1578) on Idolatry

“It were much to be wished that suitable steps against this evil had been taken in the Protestant churches soon upon the initial purification of doctrine. And moreover, that the idolatrous images, which have been and still are one of the principal abominations under...
John Calvin on Pure Worship

John Calvin on Pure Worship

Moreover the rule which distinguishes between pure and vitiated worship is of universal application, in order that we may not adopt any device which seems fit to ourselves, but look to the injunction of him who alone is entitled to prescribe. Therefore, if we would...
The Debrecen Synod (1567) on Idolatry

The Debrecen Synod (1567) on Idolatry

The Debrecen Synod (1567) said, “all marks and organs of idolatry and the Mass are totally forbidden in the second commandment— indeed, everywhere in the New Testament,” and with several proofs from Scripture prove that “idols and the marks and purposes of...
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