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What is your Romish reply to the challenge of Art. XXII in the Book of Common Prayer?

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What is your Romish reply to the challenge of Art. XXII in the Book of Common Prayer?

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That Article of the Church of England says that the Romish doctrine of purgatory is grounded upon no warranty of Scripture, but is rather repugnant to the Word of God. The reply is that the Article is quite erroneous, and that many Anglicans realize the fact. Thus an Anglican clergyman unsays that Article definitely in his book entitled, “The Catholic Religion — a Manual of instruction for members of the Church of England.” He speaks of a place of mercy “provided in the intermediate state, in which evil will be completely purged. When this purification is accomplished, such souls enter into perfect peace,” p. 193. On the following page he suggests that, at the Reformation, men were too eager and rejected much that was true — including the intermediate state. In no less than six different places he urges prayer for the dead just as Catholics pray for the dead, and, as he shows from Scripture, both the Jews and St. Paul prayed for the departed. On p. 379, he writes, “Still more desirable

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