The Dead: Idolaters: Offered Sacrifices For
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Against vigilantius.
... be Jupiter and Mercury, and would have offered sacrifices to them ... that the saints
are not called dead, but are ... meaning." Do you call men of this sort idolaters? ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/against vigilantius.htm

On the Sacrifice of the Mass
... that kind as gods are called pagans, idolaters, or heathens ... When the Holy Mass is
offered, the fruits or benefits ... priest is offering it"for the dead, for the ...
/.../kinkead/baltimore catechism no 4/lesson 24 on the sacrifice.htm

Whether There Can be any Suitable Cause for the Sacraments of the ...
... not be like the observances of idolaters: since it ... their feet are the examples of
our dead ancestors ... men were purified by certain sacrifices, offered either for ...
/...// theologica/whether there can be any 2.htm

Acts XIV
... 310] The sacrifices were to be offered to the ... that made in Athens to another company
of idolaters is so ... of the city, supposing that he was dead." The readiness ...
/.../mcgarvey/a commentary on acts of the apostles/acts xiv.htm

Ephesians v. 5, 6
... Idolaters worship the creatures of God ("for they worshiped ... made a lifeless image
of the dead, and constantly ... he should have kept himself, this he offered to Him ...
/.../homily xviii ephesians v 5.htm

Of the Mass.
... from Christ to their own works, and became idolaters, which is ... both to the living
and the dead, by which ... without money and merit; and is offered [and presented ...
/...// smalcald articles/article ii of the mass.htm

The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning
... OF THOSE GLORIOUS PRIVILEGES OFFERED UNTO THE ... up Christ from the dead, shall also ...
Concerning AssociationsAnd Confederacies With Idolaters, Infidels, Heretics ...
// works of the rev hugh binning/

... extensive and splendid character among the Pagan idolaters. ... where above 60,000 animals
are annually offered. ... a practice of deifying their dead ancestors, and ...
// book of religions/pagans.htm

The Analogy Between the Two Advents of Christ.
... lost its power to satisfy men, and the old religions were dead. ... Without exception
all were idolaters. ... Human sacrifices were frequently offered upon their altars ...
/.../ redeemers return/10 the analogy between the.htm

Manner of Covenanting.
... them that seek their life: and their dead bodies shall ... now, though oblation is no
more offered in the ... the people of God, covenants among idolaters were written ...
/.../cunningham/the ordinance of covenanting/chapter ii manner of covenanting.htm

Torrey's Topical Textbook
Psalm 106:28
They joined themselves also to Baalpeor, and ate the sacrifices of the dead.
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