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The pulpit guarded with XVII arguments

The pulpit guarded with XVII arguments

proving the unlawfulness, sinfulness and danger of suffering private persons to take upon them publike preaching, and expounding the Scriptures without a call ... : occasioned by a dispute at Henly in Arden in Warwick-shire, Aug. 20, 1650 ... : in the close are added six arguments, to prove our ministers free from antichristianism

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Published by Printed by J. Cottrel, for E. Blackmore ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lay preaching -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Clergy -- Appointment, call, and election.

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    Other titlesPulpit guarded, Pulpit guarded with seventeen arguments, Pulpit guarded with 17 arguments, Pulpit guarded., Pulpit guarded with seventeen arguments., Pulpit guarded with 17 arguments.
    Statementcomposed and compiled by a friend to truth and peace.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 32:13.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[24], 70 p.
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16731796M

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20, : in the close are added six arguments, to prove our ministers free from antichristianism / composed and compiled. Hall, Thomas, -- -- Pulpit guarded, with XVII. arguments proving the unlawfulnesse of suffering private persons to take upon them publike preaching.

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Arguments’, &c., 4to (against unlicensed preachers); with appendix, also found separately, 'Six Arguments to prove our Ministers free from Antichristianisme,' &c.,4to. 'The Font Guarded with xx. The pulpit guarded ( etc.) All editions were dedicated to John Trapp.

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Works []. The Pulpit Guarded With XVII ARGUMENTS PROVING The Unlawfulness, Sinfulness and Danger of suffering Private persons to take upon them Publike Preaching, and expounding the Scriptures without a Call () Oxford Text Archive Comarum akosmia the loathsomnesse of long haire, or, A treatise wherein you have the question stated, many arguments.

The font-guard routed, or, A brief answer to a book written by Thomas Hall superscribed with this title, The font guarded with 20 arguments therein endeavouring to prove the lawfulness of infant baptism wherein his arguments are examined and being weighed in the ballance of the sanctuary are found too light: the most considerble of Mr.

Baxters arguments for infant-baptism being produced by Tho. ‘The High Tide of Immigration—A National Menace’; cartoon by Louis Dalrymple from Judge magazine, August 1. In May The Saturday Evening Post, America’s most popular magazine, warned its readers of the grave “immigration problem” threatening to bring about “racial degeneration” in the United happily, scientific advances based on the discoveries of Gregor.

The books are very informative and understandable. Read more. 3 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Patricia Trusselle. out of 5 stars The PUlpit Commentary. Reviewed in the United States on January 9, Verified Purchase. I have previously reviewed this book Reviews: A faithful pulpit ministry is characterized by at least two virtues: (1) proclaiming the whole counsel of God,1 and (2) speaking authoritatively only to the degree that the preacher can confidently say “thus saith the Lord.” These virtues require pastors to reflect on how text-critical issues should be handled in the pulpit.

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Hardcover The Pulpit Commentary - Set. Jan 1,   The argument against using a pulpit actually implies that its presence makes a statement. The designation of “house” church is another example. Those who identify with the house church movement would argue that the building is not important yet they identify themselves with a label that emphasizes the place where they meet.

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-- An account of. Unlike the stage or platform, the pulpit is a single-use piece of furniture. It is designed to facilitate the preaching of the Word.

In architectural terms, a true pulpit is not just a lectern placed on a stage. It is at the top of a short flight of stairs. It has a door.

The pulpit is a box. ‘The Pulpit-guard routed in its twenty Strongholds,’ Londonin answer to a book published in the previous year by Thomas Hall of King's Norton, Worcestershire, entitled ‘The Pulpit guarded.’ Hall replied to Collier, who published a rejoinder, with answers to comments which had been made on his work by John Ferriby and Richard Saunders.

A pulpit is a raised stand for preachers in a Christian church. The origin of the word is the Latin pulpitum (platform or staging). The traditional pulpit is raised well above the surrounding floor for audibility and visibility, accessed by steps, with sides coming to about waist height.

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His book squarely addresses the issue of plagiarism in the pulpit and has a lot of good insight into answering the question posed by the title of the book.

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In all Hebrew MSS. down to the time of Jerome certainly, and probably down to A.D. The pulpit is the most sacred and exalted place in the church. He who occupies this position stands as the representative of Christ.

This is the minister's first line of offense. From this honored and dedicated place he boldly denounces sin and courageously challenges the devil. From the sacred desk are heard the truths of God, which cut as a. The pulpit is a place set apart.

Have you thought about your pulpit lately. If you are a pastor, the answer is very likely "yes." I am certain that you guard your pulpit. You are diligent that it is never used for anything contradictory to Kingdom business.

If you need to bring a reasonably sized handkerchief to the pulpit, you should bring more than one and designate them for restricted use. For example, the one for your nose should only be used for your nose. Each time you use the already used nose hanky for wiping perspiration from your forehead, the sister in the third row gets nauseated.

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