15 September 2008

Old Lutheran Quote of the Day

The Tridentine fathers, however, in Chapter 5, decree against the opinion of all antiquity that the minds of the faithful are incited and sustained for meditating and contemplating divine matters if the words of consecration are uttered with silent voice, although Paul declares that faith comes not from silence but from hearing the Word of God. - Blessed Martin Chemnitz, Examen II:548

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