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Twelve lectures in illustration and defence of Christian Unitarianism
John Scott Porter
by Printed by Simms and M"Intyre, Sold by John Hodgson, Green, Mardon, Hodges and Smith in Belfast, Belfast High Street, London Newgate Street, London Farringdon Street, Dublin
Written in English
|Other titles||Christian Unitarianism.|
|Statement||By J. Scott Porter.|
|Contributions||Ewart, Lavens Mathewson, 1845-1898, own, Coates, Maurice Lindsay, own, Rowan, J. S., own, First Presbyterian Congregation (Belfast). Committee., Simms and McIntyre (Belfast),, John Hodgson & Co. (Belfast: Booksellers), John Green (London: Booksellers), Mardon (London: Booksellers), Hodges and Smith (Dublin: Booksellers)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 170p. ;|
|Number of Pages||170|
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The form of lectures has been studiously preserved, so that my readers may not forget that my book pretends to be nothing but a course of lectures, and that a lecture must from its very nature present a mere outline of the topic with which it deals, and ought to be the explanation and illustration of a few elementary principles underlying some. I. THE SEASON when the Spirit was given. 1. In God's appointed time. There is a set time to favour Zion, both to try our faith and to prove God's sovereignty. If every drop of rain has its appointed birthday, every gleam of light its predestinated pathway, and every spark of fire its settled hour for flying upward, certainly the will of God must have arranged and settled the .
Progress, and that if we receive it we cannot do better than put Bunyan’s old book in the fire! If Christian in Pilgrim’s Progress simply yielded himself to God, and never fought, or struggled, or wrestled, I have read the famous allegory in vain. But the plain truth is, that men will persist in confounding two things. Stevens, Buffalo, N. V. ARTICLE S OF NEW BOOKS. lectures in Defence of the Christian Faith. By Professor F. Godet. Thoughts on the Holy Gospels. By Francis W. Upham, LL.D. A study of the Pentateuch for popular reading.
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Get this from a library. Twelve lectures in illustration and defence of Christian Unitarianism: delivered in the Meeting-House of the First Presbyterian Congregation, Belfast. [John Scott Porter; First Presbyterian Congregation (Belfast). Committee.].
Twelve lectures in illustration and defence of Christian Unitarianism:: delivered in the Meeting-House of the First Presbyterian Congregation, Belfast. / (Belfast:: Printed by Simms and M'Intyre. Sold by John Hodgson, High-Street. ; London:: Green. Twelve Lectures in Illustration of Unitarianism, Belfast, ; 2nd edit., London, A defence () of the authenticity of St.
John's Gospel. Porter contributed to the Bible Christian (which for a time he edited). PORTER, JOHN SCOTT (–), Irish biblical scholar and unitarian divine, eldest son of William Porter (–), by his first wife, Mary, daughter of Charles Scott, was born at Newtownlimavady, co.
Derry, on 31 Dec. Lectures on the book of Jonah: designed chiefly for the use of seamen: to which are added, two discourses to seamen, with some prayers and hymns, to be used at sea: the whole intended as a help to the devotion, and spiritual improvement, of masters of ships and their crews, especially in long voyages / (London: Published by F.
Westley and A. Full text of "Unitarianism Defended: A Series of Lectures by Three Protestant Dissenting Ministers of " See other formats. Christian Brethren,—A letter of public invitation has been addressed to the Unitarians of this town and neighbourhood, by the Rev.
Fielding Ould, on behalf of himself and twelve other gentlemen associated with him, urging us, with the earnestness of Christian anxiety, to bend our minds to their expositions of our errors and our dangers. HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH * CHAPTER XII: We may refer for illustration of the variety and unity to the numerous orthodox and congregational creeds of the Puritan churches in New England, which are based upon the Westminster standards.
in Mohammedanism which may be called the pseudo-Jewish and pseudo-Christian Unitarianism of the East. -Heads of English Unitarian History: with Appended Lectures on Baxter and Priestley *Gordon, John: Christian Developments: A Course of Lectures on The Church of England, The Church of Rome, Congregationalism, Methodism, Unitarianism, Indifferentism, with a Supplementary Lecture on the Principles of a Christian Belief *Greenwood, Francis William.
Abbott, Jacob. The Young Christian; or, a Familiar Illustration of the Principles of Christian Duty. Revised Edition. Published by the American Tract Society n. Boston, Memorial Edition with a sketch of the author by one of his sons [Edward Abbott].
Illustrated. Book and tract societies provided a significant service for Unitarianism in South Carolina and Georgia. These tracts were not mere one-or two-page missals passed out on street corners.
Rather they were generally pamphlets and sometimes even bound volumes of Unitarian sermons and theological writings. A Book of American Trade-Marks & Devices: An Illustration of Early Advertising Logos. Bookplates of the Kings: Christine Price’s Catalogue of Royal Bookplates. Boston Unitarianism A Study of the Life and Work of Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham.
Bought and Paid For: A Story of To-day. Bound to Rise, or, Up the Ladder. * Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award * National Book Award Finalist * Time magazine Top 10 Nonfiction Book of the Year * New York Times Notable Book * Publishers Weekly Best Books of This “epic history” (The Boston Globe) from Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Frances FitzGerald is the first to tell the powerful, dramatic story of the Brand: Simon & Schuster.
* Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award * National Book Award Finalist * Time magazine Top 10 Nonfiction Book of the Year * New York Times Notable Book * Publishers Weekly Best Books of This “epic history” (The Boston Globe) from Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Frances FitzGerald is the first to tell the powerful, dramatic story of the Evangelical Released on: Ap Volume I, Nature, Addresses and Lectures, contains Emerson’s first published work, Nature, originally published anonymously in as a ninety-five page the time it was considered "one of most startlingly new notes, all circumstances considered, ever to be struck in American literature.".
The Christian Hymn Book A Compilation of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Original and Selected, by A. Campbell and Others (English) (as Compiler) Campbell, Alexander. The most elaborate vindication of the genuineness is by Dean Burgon: The Last Twelve Verses o f the Gospel according to S.
Mark Vindicated against Recent Critical Objections and Established (Oxford and Lond.,pages), a very learned book, but marred by its over-confident tone and unreasonable hostility to the oldest uncial MSS.
(a and. Summary: Christianity is commonly believed to be in a permanent state of conflict with science, which has supposedly continued throughout the centuries ever since Christianity first origin of this supposition is revealed, and the entire argument demonstrated to be false.
The popular idea that Christianity has systematically repressed science, persecuted .1. As the mental work in man is the thought of the mind by which the mind holds converse with itself insensibly — that is, without effort and without passion or emotion — and is the perfect image and similitude of the mind from which it proceeds, so does the Son derive a free and unseen origin from the Father, being His express image and similitude.The author of this book was anxious to show that the twelve patriarchs were twelve believers in the Paschal Lamb, and that they died in Christian penitence and faith.
He, then, who will read or study the following waif of the olden time, as I have done, will not find it unprofitable reading.