Remarks upon the late Dr. Ward"s Dissertations upon several passages of the Sacred Scriptures

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Ward's dissertations upon several passages of the sacred scriptures. / By Nathaniel Lardner Lardner, Nathaniel, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. Footnotes. Milton. Sir David K. Sandford. From the variety of interpretations of the same passages which we meet with in Calvin’s Commentary, and of which we have still more numerous specimens in Poole’s Synopsis Criticorum, it is by no means to be supposed that the meaning of the language of Scripture is vague, uncertain, and unsettled.

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William Ward of. Daniel 5 is the inspired account of the judgment of God, falling upon the kingdom of Babylon and upon its king, Belshazzar. How sad to read of a king who parties while his kingdom crumbles, and who fails to repent even when the day of judgment is divinely revealed to him.

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Those who divide that canon into three Pitakas or baskets, the Vinaya-pitaka, Sutta-pitaka, and Abhidhamma-pitaka, assign the. This is Part 1 of a three-part document.

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See Dissertation on Gen., p. 9; and Remarks on Select Passages, p. I have only to remark here, that the historical books of the Old Testament have suffered more by the carelessness or infidelity of transcribers than any other parts of the sacred volume; and of this the two books of Samuel, the two books of Kings, and the two books of.

Griesback: "So numerous and clear are the arguments and testimonies of Scriptures in favor of the true Deity of Christ, that I can hardly imagine how, upon the admission of the Divine authority of Scripture, and with regard to fair rules of interpretation, this doctrine can by any man be called in doubt.

Several of the Jewish themes I have mentioned come together in the famous Johannine prologue.[15] Jesus is here the Word of God. The passage as a whole is closely dependent on the Wisdom tradition, and is thereby closely linked with the Law and the Presence, or Glory, of God.

It is interesting to note from what can be gleaned from Dr. Sanzo’s book on the internet, that there were 18 amulets found with the ‘incipit’ from Psalm 91 and that this Psalm was known to the early Christians in the context of a spell to protect against hazards in Matthew and in Luke In the great Northampton revival, under the preaching of Dr.

Edwards in and 6, when for the space of five or six weeks together the conversions averaged at least "four a day:" Dr. Edwards remarks, "There are several Negroes who, from what was seen in them then and what is discernible in them since, appear to have been truly born again in.

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Full text of "The Westminster version of the Sacred Scriptures;". Excerpted from the book THE BIBLE VERSION QUESTION-ANSWER DATABASE available at See end of report for details. _____ 1 John 5: in the King James Bible reads: “For there are three that bear record in heaven, THE FATHER, THE WORD, AND THE HOLY GHOST: AND THESE THREE ARE ONE.

AND THERE ARE THREE THAT BEAR WITNESS IN. Jones's credentials regarding evaluation of the commission's findings are impugned (innuendo), and the significance of his comments is downplayed. "Trivial pursuit" is the name of a game played by the California Supreme Court, which will seek any nit-picking.

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