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The case of the opposition impartially stated. By a gentleman of the Inner-Temple

Gentleman of the Inner Temple

The case of the opposition impartially stated. By a gentleman of the Inner-Temple

by Gentleman of the Inner Temple

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Published by printed for J. Roberts in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1830, no. 12.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],57,[1]p.
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17059680M

  "Anderson, John," "A letter to Mr. Jonathan Adams, his wife, the inhabitants of Rochester, and the public in general, in which the extraordinary and unparalleled case of Doctor Sinclair, is fairly and impartially stated. As a well-known Pharisee, he conscientiously set himself in opposition to Jesus of Nazareth. Conscientiousness is not virtue. 2. He manifested his opposition by the most violent persecution of Christ's disciples. III. THAT THE CHANGE EFFECTED IN HIM, AND THE COMMISSION HE RECEIVED, WERE MANIFESTLY DIVINE. 1. The change (vers. ). 2.

Our service, however, need not take the particular form of preaching—certainly, in some cases it must not, as for instance in the case of females, whose public teaching is expressly prohibited in 1 Timothy and 1 Corinthians But yet if we have the ability to preach, we are bound to exercise it. A pale young gentleman, in a green stock and spectacles of the same, a member of the honourable society of the Inner Temple, immediately rose for the purpose of proposing Mr. Percy Noakes. He had known him long, and this he would say, that a more honourable, a more excellent, or a betterhearted fellow, never existed. - (Hear, hear!).

“Dicey Revisited: Separation of powers for the 21st century.” Full speech (PDF) The Judiciary of England and Wales, 28th November Source: I. THE RELATION OF THE CHURCH TO THE WORLD IS THE SAME AS CHRIST'S — one of moral contrast as to character, principle, motive, inward life, whether it be the Jewish world, or the Greek, or the Roman. And it is the same now. Conceive the character of Christ, and place by the side of it that of a thoroughly worldly man, you will have the most striking contrast.


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