4 edition of A treatise concerning the causes of the present corruption of Christians found in the catalog.
With a separate titlepage to part II.Translated from the French of Jean Frédéric Osterwald by Charles Mutel.Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 6938, no.08).
|Statement||printed for Ri. Chiswell|
|Publishers||printed for Ri. Chiswell|
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|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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They argue that the words for alcoholic beverages in the Bible can also refer to non-alcoholic versions such as unfermented grape juice, and for this reason the context must determine which meaning is required. Numbers 20: Moses smiting the rock;• This stifling worldliness can only be healed by breathing in the pure air of the Holy Spirit who frees us from self-centredness cloaked in an outward religiosity bereft of God.
29 And I appoint unto you a Kingdom. Are we not rather to regard the words as the beginning of ver. But to have two Devils together in one House, what can be expected but Ruin and Confusion to the whole Family? Such remonstrances are commonly followed up by statements like the following:—That the received Text is that of Erasmus:—that it was constructed in haste, and without skill:—that it is based on a very few, and those bad Manuscripts:—that it belongs to an age when scarcely any of our present critical helps were available, and when the Science of Textual Criticism was unknown.
gives the name as "Esseni. In the speciall matter of the Covenants, and that both in respect of the Promise and stipulation. ' Nothing else is wine.
aggressively went after the barbarians they would be extinct now! It presumes the creation of a new mindset which thinks in terms of community and the priority of the life of all over the appropriation of goods by a few.
6; Many of these countries, which are striken with poverty, have a high population of both Catholics and protestants.
For as sound reason convinces us that there are bodies vastly more minute than those, which appear to the senses; and as a false reason would perswade us, that there are bodies infinitely more minute; we clearly perceive, that we are not possessed of any instrument or art of measuring, which can secure us from ill error and uncertainty.