Old Anglicanism and Modern Ritualism. Chapter 4: Bishop Cosin

We have no unwritten faith, as Rome has, and admit no innovations of any sort in religion, for we have put aside the vain traditions of men and new-born dogmas, unsupported by Holy Scripture and by antiquity, and we rest in the one Catholic truth, faith and religion, as handed down to us from the first ages.

By Frederick Meyrick

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