2 edition of A discourse of Christian religion, in sundry points found in the catalog.
A discourse of Christian religion, in sundry points
by printed by R.R. for Thomas Cockerill, at the Three Legs in the Poultrey, over-against the Stocks-Market in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas Cole minister of the Gospel in London.|
|Contributions||Cockerill, Thomas, publisher., R.R., printer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, xii, , 395,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||395|
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A discourse of Christian religion, in sundry points: Preached at the merchants lecture in Broadstreet, as followeth, I. Christ in us the hope of glory, from Col. What it is to know God in Christ, from JohnIII. Christ the only saviour of his people from sin, from Luke IV.
A discourse of Christian religion, in sundry points: preached at the merchants lecture in Broadstreet. A discourse of Christian religion, in sundry points preached at the merchants lecture in Broadstreet / by Thomas Cole.
A Discourse of the Christian Religion in sundry Points, viz. Christ the Hope of Glory, the Knowledge of God in Christ, Christ the only Savlour of his People from Sin, Christ the only Mediator, the Foundation of our Adoption, and the Necessity of preaching Christ Preached at the Merchants Lecture.
About the Author. Anthony Collins () was a wealthy English free thinker, deist, and materialist who in his later years became a country squire and local government official in blogorazzia.com by: 1. In Collins published his Discourse of the Grounds and Reasons of the Christian Religion, with An Apology for Free Debate and Liberty of Writing prefixed.
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(2) The Care of Abundance. (3) The Care of Lowliness. (4) The Care of Loftiness. Jul 04, · Christian Discourse lets you talk about everything from blogorazzia.com bible contains words spoken by God and through his prophets and blogorazzia.com,bible has become a means as book not an end in blogorazzia.com bible as a book and bible as words are two different blogorazzia.com the primary purpose is bible as a living words,the words of blogorazzia.com you.
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Not merely a descriptive conceptCited by: Besides, I considered that I had been providentially engaged in the public debate of sundry controversies in religion, which might seem to claim something in another kind of more general use, as a fruit of choice, not necessity.
On these and like accounts is this short discourse brought forth to public view, and now presented unto thee. The Olivet Discourse or Olivet prophecy is a biblical passage found in the Synoptic Gospels in Matthew 24 and 25, Mark 13, and Luke It is also known as the Little Apocalypse because it includes the use of apocalyptic language, and it includes Jesus' warning to his followers that they will suffer tribulation and persecution before the ultimate triumph of the Kingdom of God.
Discourse (from Latin discursus, "running to and from") denotes written and spoken communications. In semantics and discourse analysis: Discourse is a conceptual generalization of conversation within each modality and context of communication.; The totality of codified language (vocabulary) used in a given field of intellectual enquiry and of social practice, such as legal discourse, medical.
On the Public Discourse of Religion: An Analysis of Christianity in the United Kingdom Article (PDF Available) in Politics and Religion 2(3) · December with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Steven Kettell. The points of difference between the Utopian religion and the Christian are sometimes startling.
At the outset, we learn that the Utopians were granted religious freedom and that a variety of sects were extant, each with its particular doctrines and special ceremonies. Aaberg, Jens Christian () Abelard, Peter () Addison, Joseph () Adeney, Walter Frederic () Albert, the Great, Saint (?) Alexander of Alexandria, Pope Alexander of Cappadocia and Jerusalem (?) Alexander of Lycopolis.
Online shopping for Kindle Store from a great selection of Christian Living, Christian Fiction, Bible Study & Reference, Christian Denominations & Sects, Theology & more at everyday low prices. As also, a plain vindication and confirmation of sundry fundamental points of the Christian religion, denyed or corrupted by the enemies of the truth in these times.
Published for the benefit of such weak Christians, who are not so able to discover and oppugne the dangerous doctrines of subtil seducers when coloured over with fair words and pretences, and so are more apt to be taken in their snares. The True Word (or Discourse, Account, Doctrine; Greek: Λόγος Ἀληθής, Logos Alēthēs) is a lost treatise in which the ancient Greek philosopher Celsus addressed many principal points of Early Christianity and refuted or argued against their validity.In fact, this is a common entry point for many people into Christian Identity politics.
With an independent group of citizens in each county acting as a law unto itself, interpreting what it saw as "God's Law" on its own at any particular time and place, we all enter a dangerous area.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.