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Which every minister of that church not only signs of his ordination, but has to declare his belief in, every time he enters on a new shphere of service.

So called after Pelagius (died about 400 A. D.), the early preacher of this Pelagian heresy; as the same are called in our days, Arminians from the teachings of the more recent Jacab Harmensen (Latinized Arminius) 1560-1609.

The Thirty-nine Articles were originally written in Latin: and the Latin, translated "very far". is quam longissime, i.e., as far as possible.

The "mind" here is phronema, no nous, which is used of the new nature in Romans 7:23, 25.  The English work "mind" is used also of the old nature in Eph. 2:3, but there is dianoia, thoughts.