2 edition of theological works of the most pious and learned Henry More, D.D. found in the catalog.
theological works of the most pious and learned Henry More, D.D.
Imperfect copy: original binding wanting. Rebound in brown buckram with imprint of Miami University Libraries
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Our authorised version is placed in the margin, and a new translation in the paraphrase. His great work on the Holy Scriptures is greatly prized at the present day by the best authorities, which is conclusive evidence of its value, since the set of the current of theological thought is quite contrary to that of Dr. Bullough, ed. Such a rule would be a mere superstition if we were slavishly bound by it, but I could almost wish that the custom were reestablished, for the present plan of preaching from short texts, together with the great neglect of commenting publicly upon the word is very unsatisfactory. Robinson, John.
The first beginning at the Creation of the World, and ending at Moses. London: Printed by John Daye, dwellyng ouer Aldergate, He informed me that he was passive, and that what was enclosed was written under the direct physical and mental influence of the Spirit upon his mind and hand. Psychozoia, only in Philosophicall Poems, op.
Poole has more largely discussed, and has industriously declined what is to be found there. What concealed learning! I have placed next to Gill in my library Adam Clarke, 9 but as I have no desire to have my rest broken by wars among the authors, I have placed Doddridge between them. Robert Murray McCheyne. Ball, Nathanael. Conscience, and the Scriptures, these, taught the Cambridge Platonists, testify of one another and are the true guides which alone a man should follow.
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Robert Gell, Remainesvol. The work is in English, but "according to the author's Improvements in his Latin edition". They lacked, perhaps, a sufficiently clear concept of the Church as a unity, and although they clearly realised that Nature is a symbol which it is the function of reason to interpret spiritually, they failed, I think, to appreciate the value of symbols.
Several letters from More to Dr. If you are supremely gifted do not be long; people do not appreciate too much of a good thing; and if your comments are only second rate, why, then be shorter still, for men soon weary of inferior talking.
Hammond, Paraphrase, and Grand Rapids: Baker, The first part. He was the first English scholar to compare manuscripts of the New Testament. See also More, Epistola H.
Hoekema, Anthony A. London: Printed by Thomas Ratcliffe for R. If you do not understand a book by a departed writer you are unable to ask him his meaning, but the Spirit, who inspired Holy Scripture, lives forever, and he delights to open up the Word to those who seek his instruction.
Three vols. Every page is bristling with hard words and strange languages, and the eye of the common reader is terrified at the very appearance, as the peaceful citizen is at the pointed cannon of a fortress.
See also Spinoza, Treatise,pp. Boulter, at the Turks-Head, in Cornhill, By the late Rev. Chambers, Humfry [Humphrey]. On their journey a messenger announced to Oliver that he had been chosen President of Magdalen, and Hammond accompanied him to Oxford.
I liked him well enough till I had read abler works and grown older.theological sections of the book, and thus to avoid any neglect of the relevant biblical material, a neglect which, as the author notes, frequently has marred former. acquainted, is that by John Henry Kurtz, D.D., Professor of Theology at Dorpat, entitled, "Die Ehen der Sohne Gottes mit den Tochtern der Menschen;” Berlin,8vo., pp.
— and advocating, for the most part, views similar to those here advanced. Dr. Kurtz’s book was written in reply to. Dockery: TRUE PIETY IN JAMES date around or before A.D. 4 It is difficult to make a definite decision.
and it is really beyond the scope of our topic to discuss the issue in. detail. The epistle's readers are identified as "twelve tribes scattered among the nations." There. Page iv. NOTE. Methodist Polity, having been unanimously adopted by the General Conference of the A.
M. E. Church, in its session of May,on motion of Rev. John T. Jenifer, D.D., and made a guide book for the ministry and laity in said church, and given the sanction of authority by the same, it is just and proper that I should say that the first and second chapters were written in their.
GENERAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. OF THE. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. IN THE. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. DELIVERED IN. Trinity Church, in the City of New-York, on Monday Evening, the 11th of March, BY JOHN HENRY HOBART, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New-York, and Professor of Pastoral Theology and Pulpit.
They entered France under Henry IV inand Austria under Ferdinand II in In the last-named country they still have six monasteries, the chief being at Vienna.
In Italy their houses are larger and more numerous (twenty in all), and that con nected. pith the Church of S. Carlo a' Catanari in Rome is the most prominent and richest.