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A peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience

A peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liberty of conscience -- Early works to 1800.

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    Other titlesPeace offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience, Peace offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience.
    Statementby sundry Protestants differing in some things from the present establishment about the worship of God.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 923:3.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 37 p.
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16766383M

    By comparing the authority referred to in 1 Kings xi. 41 with those quoted in 2 Chron. ix. 29, we see that "the Book of the Acts of Solomon" must have been to a large extent identical with the annals of that king's reign contained in "the Book (R.V., Histories) of Nathan the Prophet," the prophecy of Ahijah the Shilonite, and "the story (R.V. Chapter 2. You that wander, scream, and groan, Round the mansions once your own. ROWE A few days after the funeral, the will was opened before proper witnesses, and John was found to be left sole heir to his uncle’s property, which, though originally moderate, had, by his grasping habits, and parsimonious life, become very considerable.

    Chapter III PARENTAGE OF GLAUCUS. DESCRIPTION OF THE HOUSES OF POMPEII. CLASSIC REVEL. HEAVEN had given to Glaucus every blessing but one: it had given him beauty, health, fortune, genius, illustrious descent, a heart of fire, a mind of poetry; but it had denied him the heritage of freedom. conscience, prickings of conscience^, twinge of conscience, twitch of conscience, touch of conscience, voice of conscience; compunctious visitings of nature^. acknowledgment, confession &c (disclosure) ; apology &c ; recantation &c ; penance &c ; resipiscence^. awakened conscience, deathbed repentance, locus paenitentiae.

    Arguments in favor of toleration were made by John Owen (A Peace-Offering in an Apology and Humble Plea for Indulgence and Liberty of Conscience (); Indulgence and Toleration Considered in a Letter unto a Person of Honour (); Truth and Innocence Vindicated ()), Sir Charles Wolseley (Liberty of Conscience, the Magistrates Interest. INTRODUCTION AND APOLOGY. In reply to many requests from those ministers who in their student days listened to my lectures, I submit a selection to the press. This, however, I cannot do without an apology, for these addresses were not originally prepared for the public eye, and are scarcely presentable for criticism.


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Owen, John, By John Owen. With an errata : John Owen. Get this from a library. A peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience. [John Owen] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

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[John Owen]. Indulgence not justified being a continuation of the Discourse of toleration, in answer to the arguments of a late book entituled A peace-offering, or plea for indulgence () [Richard Perrinchief] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original : Richard Perrinchief. IN AN APOLOGY AND HUMBLE PLEA FOR INDULGENCE AND LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE: a Continuation of the Discourse of Toleration: in answer to Dr Owen’s book, called ‘A Peace-offering, or Plea for Indulgence,’“ etc.

As we have not been able to procure a sight of the book, we can say nothing as to its spirit and character, nor does Mr Orme make. John Owen was an English theologian and "was without doubt not only the greatest theologian of the English Puritan movement but also one of the greatest European Reformed theologians of his day, and quite possibly possessed the finest theological mind that England ever produced" ("Owen, John", in Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals, p.

)4/5(5). -- Peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience., Liberty of conscience. Publisher: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAuthor:. Richard Perrinchief.

A peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience: By sundry Protestants differing in some things from the present establishment about the worship of God. by Owen, John 4 editions - first published in Andrew Marvell (&#;78) is best known today as the author of a handful of exquisite lyrics and provocative political poems.

In his own time, however, Marvell was famous for his brilliant prose interventions in the major issues of the Price: $   21 Ibid., pp. –7; John Owen, A peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience (London, ), p.

See also idem, The advantage of the kingdom of Christ, in the shaking of the kingdoms of the world (London, ).Cited by: Owen, John, A peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience by sundry Protestants differing in some things from the present establishment about the worship of God.

(London: [s.n.], ) (HTML at EEBO TCP). Directory of conscience ([[London]: Imprynted by Michael Fawkes, [?]]), by William Bonde (HTML at EEBO TCP) Conflicts and comforts of conscience a treatise, shewing how the conscience, in cases of deepest distresse and distraction, may recollect it selfe, and recouer solid and sound comfort / collected from priuate proofe, for publike.

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Owen, John, / []. Algernon Sidney's Calvinist Republicanism - Volume 49 Issue 4 - Michael P. WinshipCited by: 4. A Peace-Offering in an Apology and Humble Plea for Indulgence and Liberty of Conscience by Sundry Protestants Differing in Some Things from the. Becoming John Owen: The making of an evangelical reputation Crawford Gribben John Owen died on 24 Augustbelieving that the cause to which he had dedicated his life had failed.1 After the restoration of Charles II, the gradual unwinding of the English revolution had been illustrated in the public torture of old republicans, the.

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Elizabeth bewailed his death as the most fatal disaster which could have befallen her kingdom; and was inconsolable to a degree that little suited her dignity. a peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience by sundry protestants differing in some things from the pres A PHRONEMA TOU PNEUMATOS.

OR THE GRACE AND DUTY OF BEING SPIRITUALLY-MINDED. “A Peace offering, in an Apology and humble Plea for Liberty of Conscience.” p. The publication of this Catechism gave occasion to proposals for union among the Presbyterians and Independents, addressed by the sanguine Baxter to Dr.

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