Hoadly - BX5136 H6

Of CONFORMITY. 29 could not but own that God did, not ap- proveof it ; and, therefore, could not but fubmit to a regular one : fo We, while we think it fo, cannot pofribly but think that God difapprov'd it ; and, therefore, cannot but inff upon a regular one, be- forewe acknowledgeYou truly Ordain'd. II. The Second of thofe Terms ofMini- fierial Conformity which you cannot com- ply with is this, that Miniífers muff de- clare their unfeigned Afent and Content to all and ev'ry thing contain'd, andprefcrib'd, in, and by, the Book, Intituled the Book of Common-Prayer, andAdminiflrat ion of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies ofthe Church ; together with the Pfalter or Pfal of-Jaa .a ; and the form or manner of making , ordaining and -confecrating of Bithops, Priefis and Deacons. And they muff alfo (and that Exanimo) fubfcribe thefe Words, That the Book of Common- Prayer , andofOrdaining Bifbops , Priefis, and Deacons, containeth in it nothing con- trary to the Word of God ; and that it may lawfully be ufed : and that they them, f 'elves will ufé the Form in the faid Books pre- fcrib'd, inpublick Prayer and Adminifira- tion of the Sacraments , and no other. That the fubfcribing this ex animo, i. e. sincerely