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Vindication of the Society of Friends against the calumnies of apostates and false brethren.

Vindication of the Society of Friends against the calumnies of apostates and false brethren.

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Published by printed and published by JohnHarrison in Manchester .
Written in English

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  • Society of Friends.

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    Pagination20p. ;
    Number of Pages20
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    Open LibraryOL19248043M

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Page [unnumbered] Page 1 The Sword of Christian Magistracy Supported: OR A FULL VINDICATION OF Christian Kings and Magistrates Authority Under the GOSPELL, To punish Jdolatry, Apostacy, Heresie, Blasphemy, and obstinate Schism, with Corporall, and in some Cases with Capital punishments, from many late Cavils and excep∣tions against the same.

T HE authority of Christian Magistrates. Full text of "The reasonableness of Christianity as delivered in the Scriptures" See other formats.

Full text of "Bibliotheca anti-Quakeriana ; or, A catalogue of books adverse to the Society of Friends: alphabetically arranged ; with biographical notices of the authors, together with the answers which have been given to some of them by Friends and others" See other formats.

Regensburg, –’48, 3 vols.; 2d ed., A learned collection of testimonies against the Reformation and its effects from contemporary apostates, humanists, and the Reformers themselves (Luther and Melanchthon), and those of their followers who complain bitterly of the decay of morals and the dissensions in the Lutheran church.

"Robert Barclay His Vindication, Wherein The Scruples And Mistakes Some Have Had Touching His Book, Called The Anarchy Of The Ranters, Are Cleared, And The Ground, Upon Which W. R.'S Papers Against It Are Built, Removed; The Substance Of The Papers Being Briefly Answered By Way Of Epistle To Friends, Who Therein Have Or May Be Concerned.

Proverbs The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel: This book consists of proverbs, which are wise, and short sayings of great use to direct us in the conduct of life. Proverbs were much valued in ancient times.

But no proverbs deserve so much esteem and attention as these, for they are the proverbs of Solomon, another name almost for wisdom.

BOOK I. CHAPTER I: Introduction to the Work. EUSEBIUS, surnamed Pamphilus, (1) writing the History of the Church (2) in ten books, closed it with that period of the emperor Constantine, when the persecution which Diocletian had begun against the Christians came to an end.

Whereas you, the said John Rogers, did some time in the month of June last, raise a lying, false and scandalous report against him, the said Mr. Gurdon Saltonstall, and did publish the same in the hearing of diverse persons, that is to say, did, in their hearing, openly declare that the said Saltonstall, having promised to dispute with you.

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SECTION II.: mr. robinson a separatist at scrooby. (—) Mr. Robinson left Norwich, virtually if not nominally a Separatist. Cambridge being the direct road to the Edition: current; Page: [xx] northern part of England, he probably visited his alma mater, resigned his fellowship of the college, and bid adieu to his Puritan friends and brethren in that town.

Amongst protestants. With a preface, containing remarks on Dr. Rogers’s Vindication of the civil establishment of religion.” Inappeared, in 8vo., “A Vindication of the history of the Old Testament; in answer to the misrepresentations and calumnies of Thomas Morgan, M.

and Moral Philosopher.”. Jesus warned, "For false christs and false prophets will arise and perform signs and wonders, to lead astray, if possible, the elect.

(Mat. The apostle Paul wrote: "The coming of the lawless one is by the activity of Satan with all power and false signs and wonders, and with all wicked deception for those who are perishing, because they. The principle non licet Christianos esse, though never formally inscribed on the statute book, was in the air and governed the practice of the court whenever a Christian was put on his trial.

The multitude of martyrs who perished at Rome in the year 64 left no names behind them; for us they are anonymous. Jeremiah Thine own wickedness shall correct thee, and thy backslidings shall reprove thee: know therefore and see that [it is] an evil [thing] and bitter, that thou hast forsaken the LORD thy God, and that my fear [is] not in thee, saith the Lord GOD of hosts.

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[Translated by the Rev. Crombie, M.a.] [a.d. ]The fragment known as the “Muratorian Canon” is the historic ground for the date I give to this author. To be found, with copious annotations, in Routh’s Reliquiæ, vol. –, Oxford, See also Westcott, On the Canon of the New Testament, Cambridge, I desired to prefix The Shepherd to the writings of Irenæus.

THE COVENANTED REFORMATION DEFENDED AGAINST CONTEMPORARY SCHISMATICS. was not to be forthcoming until the enemies of Christ's covenanted cause broke forth in public with their calumnies and false accusations. this book is a serious indictment against most of the Presbyterian and Reformed community ­ since the time of the Engagers and.

page [unnumbered] a vindication op dje ht 6juri^t in a series of letters addressed to the rt. rev. john henry hopkins, protestant episcopal 3tshop of vermont. A complete set of documents from the Fathers of the Church: saintly writers of the early centuries whom the Church recognizes as her special witnesses of the faith.

page 1 a defense of the bible against the charges of modern infidelity; consisting of the speeches of elder jonas hartzel, made during a debate conducted by him and mr. joseph barker, in july, by jonas iiaritzel.

" we w1ave not cunningly devised fables." cincinnati: (c(hi,u.1,1ian printin(c (omt'a n y print. 1s54, o 1), 4. EUSEBIUS OF CAESAREA (A.D.

) "The Holy Scriptures foretell that there will be unmistakable signs of the Coming of Christ. Now there were among the Hebrews three outstanding offices of dignity, which made the nation famous, firstly the kingship, secondly that of prophet, and lastly the high priesthood.

The prophecies said that the abolition and complete destruction of all these three.Dear Brethren --I regret that one of the Editors of the Herald has seen fit to cost a shadow over the honor and integrity of Bro.

David Whitmer, the last witness to the divinity of the Book of Mormon -- a man whose past record is beyond reproach.I can account for it only in this light: That he began to fear lest some of the Saints should leave the Reorganized Church and come into the Church of.Against a course in any sin or sins, either spiritual or fleshly, internal or external, 1 John ; Romans 3dly.

For the most part, against all outward sins in the course of our conversation in the world; in which things our sincerity or perfection is exercised.

And these things were necessary to be touched on, to manifest the nature of.