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" It is becoming, therefore, to men and women who marry, that they marry by the counsel of the Bishop, that the marriage may be in our Lord, and not in lust. "
Corpus Ignatianum: a complete collection of the Ignatian epistles, geniune ... - Page 226
by Saint Ignatius (Bishop of Antioch) - 1849 - 365 pages
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The New Englander, Volume 7

1849 - 660 pages
...separate from the Bishop, lie has corrupted himself. It therefore becometh men and women who marry, to marry by the counsel of the Bishop ; that the marriage may be in our Lord, and not in lust. Therefore let every thing be for the honor of God. (VI.) "Look ye upon the Bishop; that God also may...
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A Translation of the Epistles of Clement of Rome, Polycarp, and Ignatius ...

Pope Clement I, Temple Chevallier - 1851 - 512 pages
...God. Please him, under whom ye war, and from whom also ye receive your wages. Let the Bishop, he hath corrupted himself. It is becoming, therefore, to men...that they marry by the counsel of the Bishop, that their marriage may be in our Lord, and not in lust. Let every thing, therefore,be for the honour of...
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Cathedra Petri: A Political History of the Great Latin Patriarchate, Volume 1

Thomas Greenwood - 1856 - 520 pages
...the above vinced myself of the worthlessness of purposes in Appendix E at the end of is becoming1, therefore, to men and women who marry, that they marry by the advice of the bishop, that the marriage may be in the Lord, and not in lust. . . . Look to the bishop,...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by ..., Volume 13

Robert Aspland - 1857 - 802 pages
...either side in the Ignatian controversy. In the Epistle to Polycarp it is said, " Let those who marry, marry by the counsel of the bishop, that the marriage may be in our Lord." "Look to the bishop, that God may also look upon you." This last may seem rather high language, but...
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The Ancient Church: Its History, Doctrine, Worship, and Constitution Traced ...

William Dool Killen - 1859 - 700 pages
...the community to his special guardianship, and should think it necessary to add — " It is becoming to men and women who marry, that they marry by the counsel of the bishop." Was an individual, who was himself not much advanced beyond boyhood, the most fitting person to give...
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Ante-Nicene Christian Library: The Apostolic fathers (1870)

Alexander Roberts, Sir James Donaldson - 1867 - 536 pages
...; if he boasts, he is undone ; if he become known apart from the bishop, he has destroyed himself.4 It is becoming, therefore, to men and women who marry, that they marry with the counsel of the bishop, that 1 The Greek has ftira, " after." " Or, " constant," " regular."...
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The Apostolic Fathers: The Epistles of S. Clement, S. Ignatius, S. Barnabas ...

1872 - 274 pages
...in chastity to the honour of the flesh of our Lord, let him continue without boasting ; if he boasts he is lost : if he become known apart from the Bishop...to men and women who marry, that they marry by the council of the Bishop, that the marriage may be in our Lord, and not in lust. Let every thing, therefore,...
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The government of the kingdom of Christ. An inquiry as to the scriptural ...

James Moir Porteous - 1872 - 614 pages
...Polycarp, considered genuine, it is said — ' If he become known apart from the bishop, he has destroyed himself. It is becoming, therefore, to men and women who marry, that they marry with the counsel of the bishop.' In chap, vi., ' Look ye to the bishop, that God also may look upon...
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The Ancient Church: Its History, Doctrine, Worship, and Constitution, Traced ...

William Dool Killen - 1883 - 664 pages
...widows of the community to his special guardianship, and thought it necessary to add, " It is becoming to men and women who marry, that they marry by the counsel of the bisJtop." Was an individual, who was himself still comparatively young, the most fitting person to...
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History of the Christian Church, Volume 2

Philip Schaff - 1884 - 906 pages
...boasts, he is lost (d-xcohro) • if ho become known more than the bishop,2 he is corrupt (etfdariTai). It is becoming, therefore, to men and women who marry,...counsel of the bishop, that the marriage may be in the Lord, and not in lust. Let every thing be done for the honor of God. Look to the bishop, that God...
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