The Religion of Christ is the Religion of Nature

The Religion of Christ is the Religion of Nature

shall derive his religious creed from intuitive knowledge , innate sense , such as the natural religionists term moral sense , a sense of Deity and of devotion , & c . I say , one so deriving his knowledge will find himself in a fatal ...

Author: Jørgen Jürgensen

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ISBN: OXFORD:600004938

Category: Apologetics

Page: 482

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Categories: Apologetics

The Religion of Christ is the Religion of Nature Written in the Condemned Cells of Newgate With a biographical Preface by H D M

The Religion of Christ is the Religion of Nature  Written in the Condemned Cells of Newgate   With a    biographical Preface    by H  D  M

The reverse is exactly the fact ; the Christian religion has been established on a foundation too firm to be easily shaken ; but sometimes our religious faith , when entrusted to weak hands , has seemed to bend before the art- ful and ...

Author: Jørgen JÜRGENSEN (called the Criminal King.)

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ISBN: BL:A0020260087

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Page: 436

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Christianity the Religion of Nature

Christianity the Religion of Nature

... without Piety The two united in Christ and in Christianity The Reconciliation of Self - Love and Brotherly Love peculiar to the Gospel • Christian Institutions The Sabbath primeval LECTURE XI . THE NATURAL RELIGION OF THE STATE .

Author: Andrew Preston Peabody

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044023393556

Category: Natural theology

Page: 282

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Categories: Natural theology

The Christian s Deliverance by Christ and the Nature of Practical Religion

The Christian   s Deliverance by Christ and the Nature of Practical Religion

They are taught to know God, and to fear him, to know good and evil; and in reverence to God, to do the good, and refuse the evil, as soon as they are capable of knowing anything. Now here religion grows up with them, ...

Author: John Kettlewell

Publisher: Puritan Publications

ISBN: 9781626633629

Category: Religion

Page: 136

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This work on Practical Religion, which centers on the Gospel of Jesus Christ, was Kettlewell’s first work ever published, and was eminently popular. Its purpose was to take basic Christian doctrine and make it exceptionally practical in the life of a believer. In this work he expanded his sermons into 5 discourses or chapters. The first discourse states the notion of the Christian's salvation, and shows it chiefly to consist in a deliverance from our sins, centered on Matthew 1:21, “Thou shalt call his name Jesus: for he shall save his people from their sins.” The second discourse shows that this deliverance, and entire obedience, is neither impossible, nor extremely difficult, if sincere Christians set about it as they should, centered on Phil. 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.” The third discourse shows how to form such a purpose of sincere repentance, and entire obedience which will be effectual for this purpose, centered on Acts 11:23, “And exhorted them all, that with purpose of heart, they would cleave unto the Lord.” The fourth discourse shows how to take the truest wisdom of worldly men in their managements, and apply it with admirable use and advantage in the improvement and perfection of holy obedience, centered on Luke 16:8, “For the children of this world are wiser in their generation, than the children of light.” The fifth discourse shows how Christians ought to think about the return of their prayers, or when they may, and when they may not, promise themselves the particular things they ask for, centered on Matthew 7:7-8, “Ask and it shall be given you; for every one that asketh, receiveth.” This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.
Categories: Religion