The Homilies.

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    How are they to be treated? Are they authoritative or what?
     
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    Yes you are right, slagging off the holy Ghost is the unforgivable sin.
    I feel there is a lot of squirming going on about the homilies and you won't get a satisfactory answer.
    They apparently contain godly and wholesome doctrine but some people from certain countries or with certain forum duties will deny the homily injunctions to not rebel against your King have any currency.

    Thanks for reminding me of this issue, as the Homilies have Biblical cross references to back up their statements. I must get onto it.
     
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    They do contain good doctrine but they are not infallible. The Homily mentioned contains good advice and such but it is not infallible and it is wrong on a few points.
     

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