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vindication of the Christian religion, in two parts

Chandler, Samuel

vindication of the Christian religion, in two parts

I. A discourse of the nature and use of miracles, II. An answer to a late book entitled, A discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion

by Chandler, Samuel

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Published by printed for Samuel Chandler in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Samuel Chandler.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii,404p. ;
Number of Pages404
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16217930M

“No weapon that is formed against you will prosper; And every tongue that accuses you in judgment you will condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, And their vindication . The second part contains special proofs taken from the Old Testament--viz. the antiquity of the books of Moses, their authority, his miracles and prophecies, sec. 3ñ7; also, the predictions of the other prophets and their wondrous harmony, sec. 8. There is subjoined a refutation of two objections to the books of Moses and the Prophets, sec. 9,

Book Two of Vindication gives consideration to the prophecy of Ezekiel beginning with the twenty-fifth chapter, and other chapters that follow thereafter. The siege of Jerusalem began in B.C., by Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babylon. This thought of vindication by God from an unjust verdict that comes from giving life after death has precedence in Isaiah. For example, the Servant Song in Isaiah 50 portrays the Servant as having been “obedient” to God’s call to suffer unjust persecution (–6) and unjust accusation (vv. 8–9) from which he will be “vindicated.

Caught in the crosshairs of a criminal investigation, Derek Taylor recalls the details of his failing marriage and whirlwind affair to a suspicious team of detectives. As the intricacies of his alibi are presented, it becomes obvious that Derek's story is too convenient for his circumstances. Did he truly experience an 11th-hour spiritual awakening the night of the crime, or do the holes in Brand: Vision Video. In this carefully reasoned book, noted historian and theologian Jaroslav Pelikan offers a moving and spirited defense of the importance of tradition. "Magisterial. Ought not to be missed."--M.D. Aeschliman, National Review "A soul-stirring self-analysis, no less than a distillation of the life-work of the living historian best qualified to provide solutions to those 'Tradition versus Bible 5/5(1).


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Jary Pelikan delivered this address in His subject, “the vindication of tradition” is a fascinating one, particularly given the fact that ‘tradition’ was in growing disrepute following the curricular disputes of the ’s and the ensuing so-called culture wars.

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The Layman's general Vindication of Christianity. The Layman's Plain Answer to a Late Book, intituled, A Discourse of the Grounds and Reasons of the Christian Religion. The Author Jacob Ilive. Clement and Origen were not the first educated Christians to look at philosophical questions about Christianity.

The way had been mapped out in advance by the 2nd-century apologists, above all by Justin Martyr who is certainly the greatest of the apologists and indeed the most voluminous. Of all the early Christian theologians Justin is the most optimistic about harmony between Christianity.

Kingdom, Grace, Judgment: Paradox, Outrage, and Vindication in the Parables of Jesus deals with many of the “hard sayings” of Jesus – his most challenging parables. Capon’s interpretations are new to me; especially interesting is his assertion that Jesus’ parables increasingly focused on death as he nears Jerusalem/5.

The book's focus is primarily centered around the Christian tradition as informed and influenced by Greek thought, but the arguments it makes could, in their spirited defense of inherited tradition vs.

a Bible-as-only-source approach to Christianity, just as easily be applied to, for example, the defense of oral Torah in Judaism, or the role of /5.

(Rev. ,17) (See Light, Book Two, page ) — Ezek. The infidel, the agnostic, the atheist and the sarcastic put "Christianity" and all heathen religions in the same class, and therefore use the proverb: "As is the mother, so is her daughter." In other words, 'the mother was a harlot and the daughter is likewise.

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The issue at the heart of Wollstonecraft's writing is how society should treat women, and that women's minds are just as capable of reason and virtue as men's are. He followed that with his masterwork inA Vindication of the Government of New England Churches, in which he dealt with the basis of both religious and civil government.

What Wise said was so forward-thinking and so appropriate to the time leading up to the Revolution that when his books were reprinted inthey quickly sold out and Reviews: 1.Biblical Treasury of the Catechism (Fr. T. Cox) – audiobook (various parts) Catechism of the Christian Religion (Fr.

S. Keenan) – pdf, text, Responses to Free Traditional Catholic Books II. Tania says: Decem at pm I did see two books with Holy Spirit in their title – .For Yale historian Pelikan, the vindication of tradition is the vindication of a life's work, since he is the author of the monumental study, The Christian Tradition (four volumes so far).

Delivered as the Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities, this focuses, naturally enough, on the recovery and transmission of religious tradition, understood here not solely as a written tradition but as a body.