21. III. The leading Reformers, Luther, Melanchthon and Calvin, retained all the dogmas concerning a Trinity of Persons in the Godhead, Original Sin, the Imputation of Christ's Merit, and Justification by Faith, just as they were and had been with the Roman Catholics, but they separated Charity or Good Works from that Faith, and declared that they were not conjointly saving, in order that they might be completely severed from the Roman Catholics as to the very essentials of the Church, which are Faith and Charity.
21. III. The leading reformers, Luther, Melancthon, and Calvin, retained all the dogmas concerning a Trinity of Persons in the Divinity, original sin, imputation of the merit of Christ, and justification by faith, just as they were and had been with the Roman Catholics; but they separated charity or good works from that faith, and declared that they were not at the same time saving, with a view to be totally severed from the Roman Catholics as to the very essentials of the church, which are faith and charity.
21. III. Quod Reformatores antesignani, Lutherus, Melanchthon et Calvinus, omnia Dogmata de Trinitate Personarum in Divinitate, de Peccato Originali, de Imputatione meriti Christi, et de Justificatione per fidem, qualia tunc erant et fuerant apud Romano-Catholicos, retinuerint, sed quod Charitatem seu Bona Opera separaverint a fide illa, et declaraverint illa non simul salvifica, propter finem ut a Romano-Catholicis quoad ipsa essentialia Ecclesiae, quae sunt Fides et Charitas, divellerentur.