Letters to London

Letters to London

Here we can see Bonhoeffer in the period when he prepared to leave
congregational ministry in London to take up a post as director of a seminary
training ministers for the illegal Confessing Church. These letters and the
photographs ...

Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781625643797

Category: Religion

Page: 124

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In the autumn of 1933 the twenty-seven-year-old Bonhoeffer accepted a two-year appointment as a pastor of two German-speaking Protestant churches in London. It was during this time that he began his friendship with Ernst Cromwell, one of his confirmands--a friendship that is now documented in these letters published for the first time here in this book (most of which are dated between March 20,1935 and March 27, 1936). Seventy-five years later, the publication of these letters throws light on several aspects of Bonhoeffer's life and thought, including: the development of his views on the practice of silence; his practice of catechesis and confirmation; the impact on his personal relationships of his involvement in the Church struggle; his understanding of friendship, and in particular friendship that values the potential contribution of young people to living out the "truth-telling" of Jesus Christ.
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Letters from London

Letters from London

"Letters from London collects these essays for the first time in seventy years. It is an essential record of a crucial period in James's life.

Author: Cyril Lionel Robert James

Publisher: Signal Books

ISBN: 1902669606

Category: Authors, Trinidadian

Page: 144

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"Letters from London collects these essays for the first time in seventy years. It is an essential record of a crucial period in James's life. His London is an intellectual ferment of politics and poetry and all-night conversations in lodging-house rooms, peopled by radical young Englishmen and liberated young Englishwomen, and students from every reach of the British Empire."--BOOK JACKET.
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The Bishop of London s Three Pastoral Letters to the People of His Diocese

The Bishop of London s Three Pastoral Letters to the People of His Diocese

Edmund Gibson , bp . of London THE Bishop of LONDON ' s Three Pastoral
Letters To the People of his Diocese ; Particularly to those of the two great Cities
of London and Westminster . In Defence of the GOSPEL - REVELATION , and by
way ...

Author: Edmund Gibson

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101067676260

Category: Apologetics

Page: 350

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Categories: Apologetics

Letters to a merchant on the improvement of the Port of London etc

Letters to a merchant on the improvement of the Port of London  etc

LETTERS TO A MERCHANT , & c . The Improvement of the Port of London is of
too much confequence to the Commerciul Ilorld , for any thing written thereon to
remain private ; which is the cause of printing the following Letters written by Mr.
R.

Author: Ralph DODD

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0021764481

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The Layman s Letters to the Dissenting Ministers of London

The Layman s Letters to the Dissenting Ministers of London

But that they might not do any thing rashly and on their own Heads , they directed
Leriers to their Brethren in London , for their Advice in this particular ; but with this
express Caution , That this Advice be sent by such Ministers as shall fufficiently ...

Author: Layman

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N11732719

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Page: 18

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The Bishop of London s Three Pastoral Letters to the People of His Diocese

The Bishop of London s Three Pastoral Letters to the People of His Diocese

Particularly, to Those of the Two Great Cities of London and Westminster. In
Defence of the Gospel Revelation, and by Way of Preservative Against the Late
Writings in Favour of Infidelity Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop ...

Author: Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1723-1748 : Gibson)

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N11694933

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Page: 92

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The Late Bishop of London Dr Gibson s Five Pastoral Letters to the People of His Diocese Particularly to Those of the Two Great Cities of London and Westminster The Three First in Defence of the Gospel Revelation and by Way of Preservative Against the Late Writings in Favour of Infidelity The Fourth Against Lukewarmness on One Hand and Enthusiasm on the Other And the Fifth and Last on the Late Rebellion and Exciting to a Serious Reformation of Life and Manners With a Postcsript Setting Forth the Danger and Mischiefs of Popery

The Late Bishop of London Dr  Gibson s Five Pastoral Letters to the People of His Diocese  Particularly to Those of the Two Great Cities of London and Westminster  The Three First in Defence of the Gospel Revelation  and by Way of Preservative Against the Late Writings in Favour of Infidelity  The Fourth Against Lukewarmness on One Hand  and Enthusiasm on the Other  And the Fifth and Last on the Late Rebellion  and Exciting to a Serious Reformation of Life and Manners  With a Postcsript  Setting Forth the Danger and Mischiefs of Popery

Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1723-1748 : Gibson). T.
CONCLUDE . I have shewn you , is In this and my two former Letters , I have
given you a View of the Christian Religion , and the Evidences of the Truth of it ,
in as short a ...

Author: Church of England. Diocese of London. Bishop (1723-1748 : Gibson)

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0018949087

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Page: 364

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Seven Letters to the Common Council of the City of London and One to the Livery Relative to Their Committees the Expenditure of the City Cash Black Friars Bridge the State of the Prisons By Fidelio

Seven Letters to the Common Council of the City of London  and One to the Livery  Relative to Their Committees  the Expenditure of the City Cash  Black Friars Bridge  the State of the Prisons      By Fidelio

The Livery of London are a great and respectable body , who represent in their
persons , all the chartered companies of this great and opulent City . When , by
looking back into history , I see what great things were done by the Common ...

Author: Fidelio

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N11660443

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Page: 40

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The Bishop of London s Three Pastoral Letters to the people of his Diocese in defence of the Gospel Revelation and by way of preservative against the late writings in favour of infidelity

The Bishop of London s Three Pastoral Letters to the people of his Diocese      in defence of the Gospel Revelation  and by way of preservative against the late writings in favour of infidelity

Edmund GIBSON (successively Bishop of Lincoln and of London.) of vented , to
support the Cause of Infidelity , • That God cannot , consistently with the
Immutability of his Nature , make any new Revelation ( tho ' to mutable Creatures
] by way ...

Author: Edmund GIBSON (successively Bishop of Lincoln and of London.)

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0018965320

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Bath Intrigues

Bath Intrigues

Author: Eliza Haywood

Publisher: UCLA Wm a Clark Memorial Lib

ISBN: 0404702368

Category: Epistolary fiction, English

Page:

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Categories: Epistolary fiction, English

Letters from London Written During the Years 1802 1803

Letters from London  Written During the Years 1802   1803

LONDON , SEPTEMBER 25th . CON The English have not that esteem for the
citizens of the United States , which might naturally be expected from the various
relations which obtain between them : in truth , they are partial to nobody .

Author: William Austin

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4010720

Category: England

Page: 312

View: 308

Categories: England

Letters to Gilbert White of Selborne

Letters to Gilbert White of Selborne

... yet found it, tho' I have poaked among a precious Hoard of your Letters. Your
Hare reached London, but as usual fell into ye Claws of that Harpy Miss Young;
but indeed She had this Time a better Excuse for her Ravening than meer
Hunger, ...

Author: John Mulso

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108038416

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 384

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These letters to Gilbert White (1720-93), the author of The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne (1789; also reissued in this series) were published in 1907. They were written between 1744 and 1790 by John Mulso (1721-91); brother of the bluestocking Mrs Chapone, to White, whom he had met when both were undergraduates at Oxford. White's letters to Mulso were unfortunately destroyed, frustrating plans to publish a 'most interesting and amusing series of letters' between intimate friends, but the remaining half of the correspondence, 'containing almost the only contemporary illustration of Gilbert White's character and career', and then in the possession of the earl of Stamford, was edited by Rashleigh Holt-White, a great-great-nephew and enthusiast of his ancestor's life. These fascinating letters give insights into not only White's character but also the lives of the gentry of the period, and the intellectual milieu in which both men moved.
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A Collection of All the Humorous Letters in The London Journal

A Collection of All the Humorous Letters in The London Journal

Having , gathered a little Strength , I came to London , when , without knowing
how , I was made a Director of the South - Sea . I met them at all their Courts and
Committees , and think in my Life I never kept such unfavoury Company .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N11704770

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Page: 64

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Five letters extracted from newspapers on the scheme for supplying London with water from the River Colne at Denham Two are signed W Efford the others are signed Hint X Y Momus

Five letters extracted from newspapers on the scheme for supplying London with water from the River Colne at Denham  Two are signed  W  Efford  the others are signed    Hint     X  Y      Momus

... but if this iver was brought to London , it would rob jem of a Stream of Water
chat runs through leir Pleasure Grounds ; so that nearly 30,000 habitants in the
Metropolis , nay in Effect e whole Metropolis itself , must be refused is great
Benefit ...

Author: W. EFFORD

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0019426539

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The Quarterly Review London

The Quarterly Review  London

Galashiels Poet_Progress of Abbotsford House - Letters to Joanna
Baillie_TerryLord Montagu – Publication of Peveril of the Peak - Quentin Durward
in preparationLetter to Dr. Dibdin on being elected a Member of the Roxburgh
Club— The ...

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ISBN: BML:37001103197872

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Letters from America 1773 to 1780

Letters from America 1773 to 1780

London , 1776 . T. C. SMITH , The Wars between England and America . London
, 1914 . E. STUART WORTLEY ( ed . ) , A Prime Minister and his son . ... New
Haven , 1918 . E. C. BURNETT , Letters of members of the Continental Congress
.

Author: Alistair Cooke

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN:

Category: Talking books

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