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A Christian, sober and plain exercitation on the two grand practical controversies of these times; infant baptism, and singing of Psalms. Wherein all the Scriptures on both sides are recited, opened and argued, with brevity and tendernesse.
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The great Mysterie of Godliness, opened in several Sermons, —3. ‘A Christian, Sober, and Plain Exercitation on the two grand practicall Controversies of these Sober and plain exercitation on the two grand practical controversies of these times book Infant Baptism and Singing of Psalms,’ ; he was in favour of both practices, but against organs and harps.
‘Greatnes of the Mystery of Godlines,’ ; reproduced and ‘Hypocrisie Discovered,’ -- Christian, sober and plain exercitation on the two grand practical controversies of these times, infant-baptism and singing of Psalms., Baxter, Richard, -- -- Plain scripture proof or infants church-membership and baptism.
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“A Christian, Sober, and Plain Exercitation on the two grand practicall Controversies of these Times; Infant Baptism and Singing of Psalms,” ; he was in favour of both practices, but against organs and harps.
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Scripture is compared to silver refined seven times. Psa 6. The Book of God has no errata in it; it is a beam of the Sun of Righteousness, a crystal stream flowing from the fountain of life. All laws and edicts of men have had their corruptions, but the Word of God has not the least tincture, it.
Thomas Ford (), a member of the Westminster Assembly, is of this mind. Likewise Cuthbert Sydenham (), Presbyterian minister at Newcastle, advances this view in his 48 page tract on what he terms one of ‘the two grand practical controversies of these times’ (the other was infant baptism).
For the main scope of Christian faith is to establish these two principles, the corruption of nature; and the redemption by Jesus Christ. And these opposers, if they are of no use towards demonstrating the truth of the redemption, by the sanctity of their lives, yet are, at least, admirably useful in shewing the corruption of nature, by so.
These fictional conversations (between an Aristotelian, two varieties of Hermetics, and Carneades as mouthpiece for Boyle) took the form, not of a Socratic dialogue, but of a conference They were a piece of theatre that exhibited how persuasion, dissensus and, ultimately, conversion to.
THE PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES WHICH FOLLOW UPON THE CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE OF THE BODY. These are broadly distinguished into two classes. Food is a matter of indifference.
Many weak Christians laid great stress upon clean and unclean food; some objected to eat what had been or might have been offered to idols. The closing weeks of and the early days of were full of anxiety to the Queen. Despite its services to the country, the Cabinet was obviously losing ground.
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These were the two great streams into which the mighty flood of human corruption had parted itself. Luther began his Reformation in the way of declaring war against the self-righteous principle: Zwingli, on the other hand, began his by throwing down the gage of battle to the scholastic divinity.
The purpose of such a collection is to make their writings readily available. The entire work is divided into two series. The first series focuses on two classical Christian theologians--St. Augustine and St. John Chrysostom.
Augustine is one of the most influential and important Christian thinkers of all time. Start studying Ch. 2/ Lesson 3: The Plains. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
The interpolations which in these last times some skilful critics have proposed to see there are not clear. 4 The History of the Origins of Christianity.
The second book of the Prerogative of Popular Government chiefly concerns ordination in the Christian church, and the orders of the commonwealth of Israel, against the opinions of Dr. Hammond, Dr. Seaman, and the authors they follow.
His dispute with these learned persons (the one of the Episcopal, and the other of the Presbyterian communion. Two of the four taverns in which these four original lodges were held, and two of the lodges themselves, namely, the "Apple Tree," where the design of separating the Speculative from the Operative element was inaugurated, and the "Goose and Gridiron," where that design was consummated by the organization of the new Grand Lodge, particularly.
Among French Catholics I have chosen St. Louis in the thirteenth century and St. Vincent de Paul in the seventeenth, as two great and noble Christians, two earnest and illustrious representatives of the Christian faith and life, as well as of the loftiest thought and purest morality of.
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This state of things continued without an outbreak for two years. In these times there was a romantic spot in the Land of Shemlon, on the Nephite borders, where the Lamanite maidens were in the habit of gathering on pleasure bent.
If these grand sentiments of “the good and fair” have sometimes prevented them from delivering the principles of ethics with the nakedness and dryness of science, at least we must own that they have chosen the better part,—that they have preferred virtuous feeling to moral theory, and practical benefit to speculative exactness.
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On these data, Strauss sets up the theory that the whole passage, as found in MAatthew, is a quotation from some lost christian book written about the time of the destruction of Jerusalem, in which the personified wisdom of God was represented as speaking.
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He deals with controversies over things "indifferent," people's souls, state and society, etc. - as they are affected by these two systems of government. He points out the far reaching consequences of the implementation of various systems of church government and worship, showing how these specific ideas are eventually mirrored in the culture.
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17, 18, Brougham declares that he derived from his maternal ancestors the qualities. The King of Jerusalem, two Grand Masters, and many warriors were taken captives Jerusalem stormed, and many fortifications reduced This roused Western Europe; the Kings of France and England, with a mighty host, soon made their appearance; they captured Acre inand Richard Coeur-de-Lion, with an invading force, twice defeated the Sultan.
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And these two may very well agree, that the Redemption it selfe should be universal, and concern the whole nature of man, which Christ assumed, and therefore redeemed; but yet the benefit thereof in the adoption of sons, should be onely particular, that is concerne those alone to whom God doth give special grace to make a right use of Christ.Mr.
Rice was a Commissioner from England, and, like Mr. Ashe, was also a high official in the Governor's Council when the royal government was first established. These two men had other political grievances against the Governor and his policies.
Many controversies had been waged by them against Burrington previous to this time."The poor," says Solomon, "useth entreaties, but the rich answereth roughly." This is but too true where the intercourse between these two grand classes of mankind is regulated by no higher law than the law of politeness.
But it is the character of Christian love in no case to behave itself unseemly.