2 edition of Divine, moral, and historical miscellanies found in the catalog.
Divine, moral, and historical miscellanies
by printed for J. Fuller, London; and T. Luckman, in Coventry in London
Written in English
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Miscellanies, as the title implies, covers a vast array of topics. Clement goes from the spiritual value of Greek philosophy to marriage and chastity to a mystical view of Biblical numerology, with many stops and tangents in between.
This is no easy read; Clement is dense and rambling at times/5(5). Miscellanea sacra, or, Poems on divine & moral subjects collected by N. Tate () Paperback – January 3, by Nahum Tate (Author) See all Author: Nahum Tate. Divine, moral, and historical miscellanies: in prose and verse.
Containing many valuable originals, communicated by various correspondents, and other pieces extracted from different authors, and antient manuscripts. The Whole being such a Collection of Miscellaneous Thoughts, as will tend not only to please, but enlighten and profit the Reader.
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Miscellanea Sacra, Or, Poems on Divine & Moral Subjects Collected by N. Tate () Paperback – Import, 3 January by Nahum Tate (Author)Author: Nahum Tate.
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Deuteronomy opens a dialogue or sets up a theological continuum in which the history unfolds. Divine, moral, and historical miscellanies: in prose and verse. Containing many valuable originals, communicated by various correspondents, and other pieces extracted from different authors, and antient manuscripts.
Stromata was the third in the trilogy of Clement of Alexandria and continues with the individual cases of conduct began in Paedagogus. Protrepticus, the first in the trilogy, deals with the religious basis of Christian morality and lays a foundation in the knowledge of divine truth/5(3).
The poem was attributed to "R.H." in The Spiritual Magazine, and collected into the book Divine, Moral, and Historical Miscellanies, in Prose and Verse (London, ). The poem was later republished in A Handful of Flowers compiled by Rev. Chandler and published by Axtel and Pardon, London, in The Stromata, or Miscellanies Book VII.
CHAPTER I -- THE GNOSTIC A TRUE WORSHIPPER OF GOD, AND UNJUSTLY CALUMNIATED BY UNBELIEVERS AS AN ATHEIST. Jonathan Edwards' Works Miscellaneous Writings of Jonathan Edwards Today, many Christians are turning back to the puritans to, “walk in the old paths,” of God’s word, and to continue to proclaim old truth that glorifies Jesus Christ.
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Chapter XXXIV.—The Prophets Enjoined Holiness of Life. Chapter XXXV.—Precepts from the Prophetic Books. Chapter XXXVI.—Prophecies of the Sibyl. Ante-Nicene Christian Library/The Miscellanies: Book 1. apostasy, to remain useless, and for no good, and not to become in all respects injurious.
For it is the work of the divine wisdom, and excellence, and power, not alone to do good (for this is, so to speak, the nature of God, as it is of fire to warm and of light to illumine), but.
The divine law, then, while keeping in mind all virtue, trains man especially to self-restraint, laying this as the foundation of the virtues; and disciplines us beforehand to the attainment of self-restraint by forbidding us to partake of such things as are by nature fat, as the breed of swine, which is full-fleshed.
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It appeared in the September issue of The Spiritual Magazine published in London by J. Fuller and in the annual compilation Divine Moral and Historical Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, Vol.
1, in December The author is listed as R.H., believed to be Rev. Richard Hutchins, a Calvinist Baptist clergyman then at Long Buckby in Northamptonshire, England.Thoughts Moral and Divine [T] [ECCO] DMI number: Publication Date: Volume Number: 1 of 1 ESTC number: T EEBO/ECCO link: CW Full Title.Miscellanies (Stromata) () by Clement of Alexandria.
deals with the religious basis of Christian morality and lays a foundation in the knowledge of divine truth. Paedagogus, the second and Stromata, third with the individual cases of conduct. As with Epictetus, true virtue shows itself with him in its external evidences by a.