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And thus it seems to me perfectly clear, that forgiveness of sins cannot be a softening of the anger of God, to whom every angry emotion is foreign, nor in general any change in God, the Immutable; but that it is a change in the human soul, according to which it is convinced, or cheerfully renews the conviction with application to itself, that
He denies the possibility of forgiveness of sins by the Church; he insists upon the newly ordained fasts and abstinences.
The corrections suggested included such astounding phrases as the following: the forgiveness of sins becomes "superosque manesque placare"; the Begetting of the Word was to be "Minerva Jovis capite orta"; the Holy Ghost was "Aura Zephyri coelestis", etc.
Among the propositions condemned by the Council of Trent is the following: "That to obtain forgiveness of sins in the Sacrament of
"Andächtige geistliche Badefahrt" (1511), the forgiveness of sins to
He then "breathed" upon them -- a symbol of the inspiration they were to receive from heaven, to fit them to preach his Gospel and proclaim forgiveness of sins in his name.