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" That no preacher of what title soever under the degree of a bishop, or dean at the least, do from henceforth presume to preach in any popular auditory the deep points of predestination, election, reprobation, or of the universality, efficacy, resistibility,... "
The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and useful knowledge - Sayfa 2
1804
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A Treatise on Predestination, Election, and Grace, Historical, Doctrinal ...

Walter Arthur Copinger - 1889 - 465 sayfa
...title soever (under the degree of a bishop or dean at the least), do from henceforth presume to teach in any popular auditory the deep points of predestination, election, reprobation, or of the universality, efficacity, resistibility, or irresistibility of God's grace, but rather leave these themes to be handled...
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Thomas Hooker: Preacher, Founder, Democrat

George Leon Walker - 1891 - 203 sayfa
...of them under the standing of " a bishop or dean [to] presume to preach in any popular auditory on the deep points of predestination, election, reprobation,...efficacy, resistibility, or irresistibility of God's grace ; " and prescribing that all Sunday afternoon sermons be rigidly restricted to exposition of the "...
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History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak of the ...

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - 1896
...the preachers. From henceforth, no one under preachers. tne <}egree of a bachelor of divinity was to 'presume to preach in any popular auditory the deep...resistibility or irresistibility of God's grace ; but leave those themes to be handled by learned men, and that moderately and modestly, by way of use and...
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Some Aspects of the Religious Life of New England: With Special Reference to ...

George Leon Walker - 1897 - 208 sayfa
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History of the Christian Church

John Fletcher Hurst - 1900
...laudable custom of teaching in the Church of England ; " (4) no preacher except a bishop or dean must " preach in any popular auditory the deep points of...predestination, election, reprobation, or of the universality, efticacity, resistibility, or irresistibility of God's grace." Regular attendance at divine service...
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The Christian Creed and the Creeds of Christendom: Seven Lectures Delivered ...

Samuel Gosnell Green - 1898 - 347 sayfa
...no preacher of what title soever, under the degree of a bishop, or dean at least, do from henceforth presume to preach in any popular auditory the deep...resistibility or irresistibility of God's grace ; but leave those themes to be handled by learned men, and that moderately and modestly, by way of use and...
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1898
...preacher of what title soever, under the degree of a bishop or dean at the least, do from henceforth presume to preach in any popular auditory the deep...universality, efficacy, resistibility or irresistibility of Grod's grace . . . IV. That no preacher . . . shall presume in any auditory within this kingdom to...
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Oliver Cromwell

John Morley - 1902 - 486 sayfa
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Oliver Cromwell

John Morley - 1900 - 510 sayfa
...itself in notable instructions. Nobody under a bishop or a dean was to presume to preach in any general auditory the deep points of predestination, election, reprobation, or of the universality, resistibility, or irresistibility of divine grace. But then these were the very points that thinking...
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A History of the English Church: Frere, W. H. The English church in the ...

William Richard Wood Stephens, William Hunt - 1904
...which began at Cambridge, had spread throughout the country, and everywhere men were taking sides on "the deep points of predestination, election, reprobation,...resistibility, or irresistibility of God's grace." The movement had now acquired the name of Arminianism, from a parallel rebellion led by Jacob Arminius,...
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