4 edition of Some striking and remarkable predictions, of the holy, learned, and excellent Archbishop Usher found in the catalog.
Some striking and remarkable predictions, of the holy, learned, and excellent Archbishop Usher
by printed by R. Edwards, for Richard Adams, of Kitcott, Devonshire in Bristol
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2085, no. 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
Verses Ver. And Moses went up from the plains of Moab, &c.— As soon as he had taken this solemn leave of his nation, Moses, according to the divine appointment, ch. Deuteronomy retired privately to the top of mount Nebo called Pisgah, from whence God enabled him to take a distinct and particular prospect of the land of Canaan. The mention of Dan in the first . The whole multitude of the Jews that were destroyed during the entire seven years before this time, in all the countries of and bordering on Judea, is summed up by Archbishop Usher, from Lipsius, out of Josephus, at the year of Chr and amounts to 1,, Nor could there have been that number of Jews in Jerusalem to be destroyed in.
With respect to the evidences of the facts, the grand point on which the Christian rests, is the infallible inspiration of the Holy Spirit, by whom the whole book was indited. But St. Luke, considered as a mere human witness, was better able to draw up an authentic history of the Apostles as he had accompanied St. Paul in so many of his journeys. (2.) An exhortation to a holy life in general, from the fact that they differed from other Gentiles, Ephesians (3.) Exhortation to exhibit particular virtues--specifying what was required by their religion, and what they should avoid--particularly to avoid the vices of anger, lying, licentiousness, and intemperance, Ephesians
iv The fourth book, Archbishop Baldwin's Sermo de altaris sacramento (), contains for the first time a woodcut initial and the Arma Regia in another form. The book is dedicated to Nicholas West, Bishop of Ely, and in the dedication Siberch claims to be the first printer to use Greek type in England—"Ioannes Siberch primus utriusque. Hence we learn, that in the days of this excellent high priest, John Hyrcanus, the observation of the Sabbatic year, as Josephus supposed, required a rest from war, as did that of the weekly sabbath from work; I mean this, unless in the case of necessity, when the Jews were attacked by their enemies, in which case indeed, and in which alone.
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Some striking and remarkable predictions, of the holy, learned, and excellent Archbishop Usher: sometime Lord Primate of Ireland, in the Reign of King Charles the First. To which are added, a few interesting extracts, from other eminent religious authors, concerning The Nature and End of a a spiritual life.
Some striking and remarkable predictions, of the holy, learned, and excellent Archbishop Usher: To which are added, a few interesting extracts, from other eminent and excellent Archbishop Usher book authors, concerning a spiritual life. A Cronologia B by Ussher, James and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Most of the prophecies attributed to him may be found in a little pamphlet of eight pages, entitled "Strange and Remarkable Prophecies and Predictions of the Holy, Learned, and Excellent James Usher, &c Written by the person who heard it from this Excellent person's own Mouth," and apparently published in Strange and remarkable prophesies learned predictions of the holy, learned, and excellent James Usher: Substance of that which was delivered in a sermon before the Commons House of Parliament, in St.
Margarets Church at Westminster, the of February, summarie view of the government both of the Old and New Testament. Ezekiel Now it came to pass in the thirtieth year — It is very uncertain from whence this computation of time commences.
But the most probable opinion seems to be that which the Chaldee paraphrast, Archbishop Usher, Dr. Prideaux, and other learned men adopt: namely, that these thirty years are to be reckoned from the time when Josiah and all the people of. Full text of "The lives of John Selden, Esq., and Archbishop Usher; with notices of the principal English men of letters with whom they were connected" See other formats.
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Genesis for instance says, "And Abraham stayed in the land of the Philistines for a long time."That seems anachronistic. Genesis adds: "And there was a famine in the land, beside the first famine that was in the days of Isaac went unto Abimelech king of the Philistines unto Gerar.
Archbishop Usher. "In baptism, as the one part of that holy mystery is Christ's blood, so is the other part the material water. Neither are these parts joined together in place, but in mystery; and therefore they be oftentimes severed, and the one is. PREFACE. To uphold the "right of private judgment," and our "Christian liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free;" to add fuel to the fire of investigation, and in the crucible of deep inquiry, melt from the gold of pure religion, the dross of man's invention; to appeal from the erring tribunals of a fallible Priesthood, and restore to its original state the mutilated Testament.
QUESTIONS: 1. What New Testament book says that God has made His people to be a kingdom of priests. What crime did the high priest charge Jesus with. Who had a vision of the Lord standing beside the altar. What king of Israel changed the religious institutions out of the country by.
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1 Timothy 1 Verse Comfort your hearts] Keep your souls ever under the. influence of his Holy Spirit: and stablish you-confirm and. strengthen you in your belief of every good. 1 Peter 1 Verse To him that knoweth to do good] As if he had said: After this warning none of you can plead ignorance; if, therefore, any of you shall be found to act their un.
For as to Archbishop Usher's conjectures, that Alexander made it, and dedicated it to God in the temple, and that thence Aristobulus took it, and sent it to Pompey, they are both very improbable, and no way agreeable to Josephus, who would hardly have avoided the recording both these uncommon points of history, had he known any thing of them.
Tag Shriver's book launched my endeavor to learn more about this man who took on the leadership of the very troubled Church that was my spiritual home for most of my life. Useful review. Pilgrimage: My Search for the Real Pope Francis [Book]. In a letter to Archbishop Usher, dated Gresham House, March lc),he wrote, " Napper, lord of Markinston, hath set my head and hands a work with his new and admirable logarithms.
I hope to see him this summer, if it please God, for I never saw book which pleased me better, or made me more wonder.'.This view, first suggested by Archbishop Usher, has been adopted, variously modified, by Bengel, Benson, Michælis, Eichhorn, Koppe, Hug, Flatt, Guericke, Neander, Olshausen and many others.
The great objection to it is the overwhelming authority in favour of the reading evn Efe,sw| in the salutation, and the unanimous testimony of the early.ETHER Ether And Now: E.
Cecil McGavin makes note in his book An Apology for the Book of Mormon, p.that there arewords in the King James Version of the Bible, while in the Book of Mormon there areword "and" is found (as transition) 19, times in the Bible. Sixty percent of the verses in the Bible are connected by "and.".