If any one, then, chooses to make use of this term without attaching any bad meaning to it, he shall not be troubled by me on that account; but as it cannot be retained without very great danger, I think the abolition of it would be of great advantage to the Church. I am unwilling to use it myself; and others if they will take my advice, will do well to abstain from it.
Institutes of The Christian Religion, Book 2, Chapter 2, Section 8.
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