#4 without a commentary:
'However, fourth, "historic" Anglicanism is reformed, articulating the great biblical insights of the reformers Luther and Calvin, that sinners, which all people as the offspring of Adam are, are righteous before God "only for the merit of Christ, the sacrifice for sin", not on account of their works, or deservings. (Articles 9, 11).
Only two sacraments or signs of effectual grace - baptism and the Lord's Supper - are recognised, both of which were ordained by the Lord Jesus Christ, both of which take their character from the gospel. (Article 25).
These sacraments, however, are seen as having a significant place in this church. Both are subject of significant liturgies, that of the Lord's Supper reaching great heights of theology and devotion. Their high place within Anglican order is secured by the simple instrumentality whereby the one called and sent to teach the congregation - the priest/minister - is the one who administers these effectual signs.'
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