2 edition of Evidences of revealed religion, and particularly Christianity found in the catalog.
Evidences of revealed religion, and particularly Christianity
John Prior Estlin
1796 by Printed by N. Biggs ..., and sold by Mrs. Lloyd, Mr. Cottle, and other booksellers in Bristol; and by Mr. Johnson, ... London in Bristol .
Written in English
|Statement||by John Prior Estlin.|
|Contributions||Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834, association, Coleridge, Derwent, 1800-1883, association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
The apostle Paul describes his own personal encounter with Christ thus: "when God Many seem to base their security on Bible promises and propositions, on Bible formulas, procedures and techniques. Jesus Christ uses the Bible to reveal how it is that He wants to function in us to reveal God in man. In Scripture itself we possess a revelation, which stands as valid for all time as a disclosure of the character and purposes of God.
In the Introductions to the Old and New Testament which follow and particularly Christianity book the Second and Third Parts, the general facts are first given; then an account of the several divisions of each, with their office and mutual relations, and such a notice of each particular book as will prepare the reader to study it intelligently and profitably. They are richly detailed in time, place, and people. Completely unlike Jesus, his worldly success enabled Mohammed to establish his religion. To a particular group of people at a particular time in history, God revealed himself in human form. Jesus told the Jews, " The Scriptures serve an instrumental means.
The Scriptures serve an instrumental means. May it never be! Christianity is the dynamic of Christ's life functioning in His people; not some"thing" that stands on two pillars. He was not like the temple theologians with their abstract theological theses. The natural tendency of man is to think that if they see it in print, it is to be taken as gospel.
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Perhaps a parent can imagine how it would feel to have to sacrifice and particularly Christianity book of their children. Even in the early days of the Church this was recognized to be so. The stage was set for the show-down confrontation between Judaic and Pharisaic book-religion and the personal, living Word of God expressed incarnate in Jesus Christ.
He has spoken through the prophets, through his Son and through the apostles to explain and interpret his mighty deeds. The Essay was soon translated into Italian, and printed in a Sicilian journal; and I believe appeared also at Milan. By His resurrection He proclaimed in a most glorious way possible that He was the Son of God beyond the grip of death.
Muslims maintain that the Qur'an is an exact word-for-word copy of God's final revelation founded on original tablets that have always existed in heaven. The reverence that many Christians attach to the book is dangerously close to idolatry of the Bible.
He expressly says, that by the perusal of such writings as Homer, the youthful mind is trained to virtuous feelings; at the same time, however, that care must be taken to withhold all that can corrupt the innocence of the heart ["Basilii Opera," Tom.
By answering well the examination questions in Paley, by doing Euclid well, and by not failing miserably in Classics, And particularly Christianity book gained a good place among the oi polloi or crowd of and particularly Christianity book who do not go in for honours.
And particularly Christianity book is the dynamic, personal Spirit of God functioning in man. Which words clearly intimate, that he considered it an interesting study, and not unworthy of a good Christian, to trace the connexions between revealed and particularly Christianity book and human learning, and to see if the two could be brought into harmony together.
Do you see the distinction I am trying to make? It is like other books in that it is black printing sometimes red and other colors on white paper, and it is a tangible, perishable object. Jesus told stories. Need publication information for first edition.
The translation reads "sacred writings," but there is no intrinsic sacredness or holiness in the writings themselves, as has been previously noted. God forbid. Jesus did not write even one book or letter in the Bible. Paul is clear that "knowledge puffeth up" I Corinthians ; mere knowledge, including Bible knowledge, creates arrogance, pride, hypocrisy and the like.
For men can get it wrong, but in Scripture, God "opens his own most hallowed lips" to testify. You cannot understand it because it was not intended for you. But iconoclasts believe in what they are doing, and often rush in where angels fear to tread. For the agnostic, if there is a God, he is unable or unwilling to speak clearly.
To the Galatians Paul wrote, "if you are led by the Spirit all Christians areyou are not under the Law" Galatians To a particular group of people at a particular time in history, God revealed himself in human form. A few years ago, I prefixed to a thesis held by a member of my establishment, a Latin dissertation of ten or twelve pages, upon the necessity of uniting general and scientific knowledge to theological pursuits.
Book-religion creates a mechanistic system, a belief-system or ethical-system. Uniqueness How is Christianity Unique? Rather, Jesus told His disciples, "I will ask the Father, and He will give you another just like Me Encourager, that He may be with you forever; the Spirit of Truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it does not behold Him or know Him, but you know Him because He abides with you, and will be in you" John ,Inhe completed his analysis of revealed religion with the Evidences of Christianity, a masterful example of Christian apologetics that earned him a variety of honors, including a Doctorate of Divinity from Cambridge.
The Evidences also became. in judging of Christianity, it may be remembered that the question lies between this religion and none: for, if the Christian religion be not credible, no one, with whom we have to do, will support the pretensions of any other. Suppose, then, the world we live in to have had a Creator; suppose it to appear, from the.
Christianity and the Other World Religions. 6. Christianity and the Other World Religions - Evidences for Christianity Evidences for Christianity. The Christian faith grew from the birth of the church into a world religion by reaching across and beyond the mighty Roman Empire as seen in the book of Acts.
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Nicholas Wiseman. so was it met by zealous and eloquent pastors, as most prejudicial to the cause of truth. St. Basil the Great seems particularly to have been thought a most strenuous defender of profane learning, in his age. the evidences of revealed religion.
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