3 edition of Some genuine remains of the late pious and learned John Lightfoot, D.D. found in the catalog.
Some genuine remains of the late pious and learned John Lightfoot, D.D.
1700 by Printed by R.J. for J. Robinson ... and J. Wyat ... in London .
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 944:31.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, xc, , 295,  p.|
|Number of Pages||295|
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We were sent off to the jail at Easton. The one contains the three as will be well understood by the skillful craftsman. John Wesley: who, in another pamphlet, shifted the controversy, from Perseverance to Predestination. The year before he entered upon this Exposition, a pamphlet was published by Mr.
However, Mr. Hill, Bridget, ed. Let us view these Scriptures as printed. In entering the shipyard, my orders from Mr. GILL, quickly after his marriage, wholly removed thither: where his ministry, from beginning, had been blessed, not only to the comfort, but to the conversion of many: some of which seals of his ministry are yet living.
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Continuing to bear Mr. I was now left to my fate. Ahaziah's being forty Some genuine remains of the late pious and learned John Lightfoot years old when he began to reign, 2 Chron.
Concerning Copies and Translations they are of great use. And even the Vatican Copy of the Septuagint, in 1 Chron. By that, however, no one should be prevented from regarding this as the work of St.
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book offend many worthy persons. When Elizabeth came to the throne, by an act of grace she opened the prisons, and a number of the citizens addressed her, thanking her for her generosity; but ventured piously and ingeniously to say, "May it please your Majesty, there are four very excellent and worthy men who have been denied to walk abroad in the English tongue — Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John"; and from that time they have been allowed to walk at liberty, and to speak to you in your own tongue, in public and private, of the wonderful works of God.
About two months after, the church at Horsly-down wrote to him, requesting his return to them in the month of August; which he complied with, and continued preaching to them, till about Michaelmas: when they made choice of him as their pastor, and called him, young as he was, to the exercise of that office; which, after taking some time for consideration, he accepted of.
In the case of a few books of the OT, notably 1 and 2 Samuel, the LXX seemed to offer a better text than the MT, and fortunately the Qumran discoveries have yielded sizable fragments of these books in Heb.
Shall the Beasts and the Fowles be fed without solicitous care and trouble, and shall not I who am created to serve my Master and Maker? How like to that of our Saviour, in his Sermon on the mount, Matth. But, just at the moment he was about carrying his proposal into effect, his aid was needed in helping to tie Henry; and the excitement attending the scuffle caused them either to forget, or to deem it unsafe, under the circumstances, to search.
It is well to note the admirable selection of instructors. It says that Abraham was justified by his works when he offered his son Isaac ; though in Romans 4[:2—22] St.
Titone, Connie. Advertised in the 14 October issue of the Gazetteer. Bibliotheca Anglica Curiosa. His attainments, both in abstruse Some genuine remains of the late pious and learned John Lightfoot polite literature, were what is very uncommon equally Some genuine remains of the late pious and learned John Lightfoot and profound.
And thus he went on, till he had nearly attained to the nineteenth year of his age. These discoveries have greatly increased the knowledge of ancient Sem. Osborn] as Primarius Professor, made a present to him of what was due to him on such a promotion. Throughout his career, he maintained a position that echoed other voices from church history.
Correspondence between Hickes and Revd. In , the Doctor wrote an answer to a pamphlet called Serious Thoughts upon the Perseverance of the Saints; written, as it after appeared, by Mr.
No answer, however, was given to either of these tracts, or to the arguments in them; but a continued torrent of din and noise flowed from some pulpits, for a long time. Though the conjecture of the very Learned Dr. What, however, chiefly induced him to compliance, was, a desire of contributing what he could, to vindicate the authority and credit of this part of the sacred writings; which has not only been ridiculed by Deists, but called in question by some who have pretended to be friends to divine revelation.
One of these copies also reports that the bankrupt was Edward Umfreville of the Inner Temple, who is not mentioned in this catalogue.Read Psalm commentary using The Treasury of David. Study the bible online using commentary on Psalm and more! By the sanctuaries of God some, even among the Hebrews, understand the celestial mansions in which the spirits of the just and angels dwell; as if David had said, This was a painful thing in my sight, until I came to.
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Pdf Masonry, Revised and Amended, so as to restore much that had been changed or lost through lapse of time, and to harmonize the language of the Manual with that employed in the Monitorial work of many of the oldest and leading grand jurisdictions of the world, to which is also added, Commentaries on some.Transcript of papers of George Hickes (), Nonjuror, by Thomas Bedford (d.
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consisting of three tracts : together with a large preface concerning the author, his learned debates in the assembly of divines, his peculiar opinions, his Christian piety, and the faithful discharge of his ministry. By Author: John Lightfoot.