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Union: or, A treatise of the consanguinity and affinity between Christ and his Church.

Union: or, A treatise of the consanguinity and affinity between Christ and his Church.

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Published by London: printed. Boston: re-printed by Edes & Son in [Boston] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Universalism.,
  • Salvation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy James Relly. ; [Four lines from I Corinthians]
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 46269.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxxxiv, 174 p.
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17691342M

    and the soul in the state of grace, or between the members of the church and Christ; for mortal sin can break the personal union with God but not the indissoluble union between God and the church Author: Rafael Domingo.


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Union THE doctrine of Union between Christ and his Church renders the system of man’s redemption by his blood, beautifully consistent, and worthy its glorious Author.

It explains the harmony of the divine perfections, and reveals God, act-ing according to the principles of his nature, in the salvation of mankind by Jesus Christ our Size: KB. Union: or, a treatise of the consanguinity and affinity between Christ and his church. By James Relly. [Relly, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Union: or, a treatise of the consanguinity and affinity between Christ and his church. By James : James Relly. Union, or, A treatise of the consanguinity and affinity between Christ and his church. New-York: Printed by D.

& G. Bruce, for the Society of United Christian Friends, (OCoLC) Named Person: Jesus Christ.; Jesus Christ. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Relly.

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by James Relly. [Four Lines from I. Corinthians] at He happened upon a copy of Relly’s book Union: or, A Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and His Church and borrowed it, nervously reassuring himself “that the Elect were safe; and that, although they took up any deadly thing, it should not hurt them, I decided to read the Union.” (Pg.

97) “The Union introduced me 5/5(6). 5 E. g., Eunuch for the Kingdom of Heaven's Sake, 58; Preface to The Sadducee Detected and Refuted, in Remarks on the Works of Richand Coppin (London, ); Preface to Union: or or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and His Church (first edition, London, ).Hereafter cited respectively as Eunuch; The Sadducee; : Wayne K.

Clymer. James Relly’s theology revolved around the idea of union. Everything which can be said about Christ can now be said of those who are united with him.

Relly developed the core aspects of this idea in his Union: or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and his Church from Below are some excerpts from his book.

UNION or, a TREATISE. of the Consanguinity and Affinity Between. CHRIST and his CHURCH. by James Relly. For as the Body is one, and hath many Members, and all the Members of that one Body being many, are one Body: So also is Christ. I Cor. xii. London, Printed. James Relly, Union: or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and his Church; Ebenezer Gay, "Natural Religion, as Distinguish'd from Revealed" Theophilus Lindsey, The Apology of Theophilus Lindsey, M.A., on Resigning the Vicarage of Cattarick, Yorkshire.

At about the same time, Judith’s father [Winthrop Sargent] read James Relly’s book on universal salvation, Union, or, A Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and His Church. Winthrop Sargent was intrigued with the scriptural interpretation Relly articulated, and he began to host gatherings in his home to discuss the new Children: Winthrop Sargent, Capt.

Fitz William Sargent, Judith Sargent Murray, Esther Ellery. Relly, James, Union: Or a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity Between Christ and His Church. Boston: John Carter. (British universalist, once associated with George Whitefield, writes on the union between Christ and the Church.) Ryelandt, Idesbald, Union with.

At about the same time, Judith’s father read James Relly’s book on universal salvation, Union, or, A Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and His Church. Winthrop Sargent was intrigued with the scriptural interpretation Relly articulated, and he began to host gatherings in his home to discuss the new theology.

James Relly's book, "Union" While I’m cleaning out and finding useful files, I thought I would re-share the PDF book I made of James Relly’s “Union: or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and his Church.”.

According to universalist logic, if all had sinned in Adam, then all were saved in Christ. That reasoning was the theme of Relly's book, Union: or a treatise of consanguinity and affinity between Christ and his Church, published in London in The book, reissued many times, made him well known in both Britain and America.

He wrote Union, or A Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and His Church (), in which he argued that a result of the indissoluble union of Christ with his people is that there is no guilt and punishment for sins because Christ bore both the guilt and the punishment.

All humans are among the elect, for whom Christ suffered. While the circumstances of this breach remain sketchy, it is generally assumed that it was caused by Relly’s embracing of universalist doctrines, which he began to publicize during the late s. 68 In a publication entitled Union: Or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity Between Christ and His Church, Relly provided the first Author: Simon Lewis.

Union: or A Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity Between Christ and His Church (#) James Relly () If all had sinned in Adam, then all were saved in Christ – that reasoning is this work’s theme.

First published in London in pp. Finally, John decided to read Relly’s book for himself and he borrowed a copy of Union, or, A Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and His Church. Relly’s interpretation of the scriptures made sense to him. I have been re-stocking with the hard-to-find documents that you were once able to find there — and then some.

I had planned this big roll-out of James Relly’s masterwork Union or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and his Church as a PDF file, but it is long over due. One change from the other resources. Union: or, A treatise of the consanguinity and affinity between Christ and His church / (New York: Printed by D.

& G. Bruce for the Society of United Christian Friends in New-York, ), by James Relly (page images at HathiTrust). were controversial, his theology was quite traditional.

In his best-selling book, Union: or a treatise of consanguinity and affinity between Christ and his Church, Relly reasoned that, if all had sinned in Adam, all were saved in Christ. One who took issue with this Universalist heresy was the young Methodist preacher, John Murray.

In Catholic canon law, affinity is an impediment to marriage of a couple due to the relationship which either party has as a result of a kinship relationship created by another marriage or as a result of extramarital intercourse.

The relationships that give rise to the impediment have varied over time. Marriages and sexual relations between people in an affinity relationship are regarded as.

book to which I shall have frequent occasion to refer, and which is spec:ially valuable for many extracts from books now exceedingly difficult to obtain.

• The edition before us is an American reprint of the original. The title runs as follows: Union; or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Aflinity between Christ and his. In the fifth chapter of his Epistle to the Ephe- sians, Saint Paul draws a line of comparison between matrimony and the union of Jesus Christ with the church, of which it has always been a figure — the hus- band being the head of the wife, as Christ is the head of the church ; and the members of the church, which is the body of Christ, being.

Spirit of Truth (London,2nd ed. ) Union; or a Treatise of the Consanguinity between Christ and His Church () The Sadducee Detected and Refuted Frances Grey, Duchess of Suffolk (2, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.

The Brandenburg ordinance limits both consanguinity and affinity to the third (in that only marriages between pure-spirited Christians could represent the union between Christ and his church) is well made The indissolubility of a marriage validly contracted is also implicit in Swinburne's Treatise of Spousals (his projected volume.

Rev. James Relly (), Welsh. theologian, author; wrote Union: or a Treatise on the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and His Church (first important modern work on universal salvation, London; reprinted Boston, ); credited with converting John Murray; ordained Methodist, defrocked, became Universalist.

question. 7 - of the grace of christ as an individual man (thirteen articles) question. 8 - of the grace of christ, as he is the head of the church (eight articles) question. 9 - of christ's knowledge in general (four articles) question. 10 - of the beatific knowledge of christ's soul (four articles).

English Latin. Canon Sanctifying through Liturgy §1. The Church fulfills its sanctifying function in a particular way through the sacred liturgy, the priestly function of Jesus Christ where sanctification is signified and effected through signs; public worship of God by Christ the Head and members.

In the name of the Church it is only by persons legitimately designated and through. (49) Although the canonists agreed that consent forms that aspect of the union between Christ and the church, which is love, they insisted that, apart from sexual union (permixtio sexuum), consent does not form the union by which the members of the church are united to the head through his taking on flesh (per susceptionem carnis).

Distinction between natural capacity and legal capacity. Insanity as a legal incapacity. The disability of infancy in respect to marriage.

Consanguinity and affinity. Constitutional diseases. Financial condition—Poverty. Differences in race—Miscegenation. Polygamy prohibited—Marriage confined to monogamy. Marriage in the Catholic Church, also called matrimony, is the "covenant by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life and which is ordered by its nature to the good of the spouses and the procreation and education of offspring", and which "has been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament between the baptised.".

2. The edition before us is an American reprint of the original. The title runs as follows: Union; or, a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and his Church. By James Relly. For as the Body is one, and hath many Members, and all Members of that one Body, being many, are one Body, so also is Christ.

1 Cor. xii. Natural affinity of the will with good. Delectation or complacency in it. A movement, following this complacency, towards union. Taking the means required for union. Union itself.

3 3 This division is the connecting chain of the whole Treatise, and it will be found that each Book treats of one or more of its parts. Thus the three. Of the Mode of Union on the Part of the Person Assuming 4. Of the Mode of Union on the Part of the Human Nature 5.

Of the Parts of Human Nature Which Were Assumed 6. Of the Order of Assumption 7. Of the Grace of Christ as an Individual Man 8. Of the Grace of Christ as He Is the Head of the Church 9.

Of Christ's Knowledge in General There are some ancient Christian doctrines that only the Catholic Church has retained. One such doctrine is her teaching on contraception, which was the unanimous teaching of the Church Fathers, and which all Christians shared for nineteen centuries until the Lambeth Conference of At that conference the Anglican Church decided to permit the use of contraceptives, and were soon followed by.

TREATISE ON THE LOVE OF GOD: By St Francis de Sales: Book I. Containing A Preparation For The Whole Treatise. Ch That the Union to Which Love Aspires is Spiritual. We must, however, take notice that there are natural unions, as those of similitude, consanguinity, and of cause and effect; and others which not being natural may be termed.

CONCISE TABLE OF CONTENTS [] (II)(I) 4. TREATISE ON LAW (QQ ). We all live in days of great deception. May God give His church the gift of discernment as we take Paulʼs warning seriously: "See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ" (Col.

). End.Full text of "The Cambridge Platform of Church Discipline, Adopted in And the Confession of Faith " See other formats.Here we find the greatest dignity of marriage. Just as the union of Christ with His Church was a union of love, and a union by which grace entered into the Church, so also is marriage a union of love, and a union by which sacramental grace enters into the spouses of Christian marriage through each other.