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A discourse of the knowledge of God, and of our selves

Sir Matthew Hale

A discourse of the knowledge of God, and of our selves

I. By the light of nature, II. By the sacred Scriptures

by Sir Matthew Hale

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Published by Printed for William Shrowsbery, and are to be sold by Richard Chiswell ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • God,
  • Christianity -- Early works to 1800,
  • Christianity -- Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesA brief abstract of the Christian religion, Considerations seasonable at all times, for the cleansing of the heart and life
    Statementwritten by Sir Matthew Hale, Knight ... for his private meditation and exercise ; to which are added, A brief abstract of the Christian religion, and, Considerations seasonable at all times, for the cleansing of the heart and life, by the same author
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 714:16
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[39], 503 p.
    Number of Pages503
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15022075M

    It holds that science has disproved or effectively destroyed religion among thinking people. May God bless us. Table of Contents:. Sienaert, Marilet. In fact, he claimed that "Philosophy ought to start with anthropology in the Continental use of the term.

    The Mirror of Philosophers. Sienaert, Marilet. Again I say it would be better for those who only want to pray once to not pray at all. The mystical, the miraculous and the mysterium tremendum are nowhere to be found.

    University of California Press, This book contains a damning critique of war, exploitation and racism. You can only give a poor description; you can never give a wrong description. Day after day if we learn to be dealt with by God, we will know God in the long run. How unsearchable are His judgments and His ways past finding out! A Philosopher's Cookbook.


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Then the two of them riding off into the sunset happily ever after eating fruit from the tree of life. His cardinal claim is that the two enterprises, rightly understood, are compatible. Whenever you pray, God always points to this sin and says, "You have not dealt with this sin.

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Did Patrick Nagel dabble in pomo? Cape Town: Nasionale Boekhandel, If you do this, you cannot help him at all. Indeed, a man can only preach what he is touched by in the Word; he can only help others in the areas that God has touched him.

The claim that science has conquered religion seems a tad less compelling when the Great Conquerors shuffle off to church each Sunday. In his later work, Versfeld expresses his critique of religious apologetics — against "some superficial fools who write books on apologetics".

We do not know what life is, or what knowing is, or what truth and goodness are. Van Niekerk, Marlene. Appropriately, then, book two of the Institutes is headed "Of the knowledge of God the Redeemer, in Christ, as first manifested to the fathers, under the law, and thereafter to us in the gospel".

As a general rule he comes down hard on pagan moral philosophy simply because such philosophers reason in ignorance of the Fall, and as a consequences they are, he says, "blinder than moles". It is for us to determine the good life.

One thing that has really intrigued me was what Paul had commented on in one of his letters. But it is uncontroversially true that there is no inherent conflict between atheism and science. Pretoria: Human en Rousseau, There, Foucault earned degrees in both psychology and philosophy, but his academic success was not easily gained.

Gould has doubtlessly been the most outspoken and effective voice for humanism among living scientists.Jul 13,  · A discourse of the knowledge of God, and of our selves, I.

By the light of nature; II. By the Sacred Scriptures; to which are added: A brief abstract of the Christian religion; and, Considerations seasonable at all times, for the cleansing of the heart and life by Hale, Matthew, Sir, Discourse, Interaction, and Testimony: The Making of Selves in the U.S.

Protestant Dispute Over Homosexuality Article in Theory and Society 34(5) · December with 7 ReadsAuthor: Dawne Moon. By Elisha Coles. Introduction: A Practical Discourse Of God’s Sovereignty.

This high and tremendous attribute, being an ocean that has neither bank nor bottom, may not be lightly launched into by any, however strongly built and well manned, much less by so weak a vessel, without a divine compose, and an anchor within the veil. CALVIN'S DOCTRINE OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD1 The first chapters of Calvin's "Institutes" are taken up with a comprehensive exposition of the sources and guarantee of the knowledge of God and divine things (Book I.

chs. i.-ix.). A systematic treatise on the knowledge of God must needs begin with such an exposition; and we. Stephen Charnock was an influential Puritan minister, whose writings and sermons combined theological acumen, a thorough understanding of Scripture, and a clear grasp of philosophy.

He ministered in the context of theological controversy and political upheaval, and contributed to the establishment of Reformed orthodoxy in seventeenth century England and Ireland.

The Complete Works of Stephen. The Archaeology of Knowledge & The Discourse on Language book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Librarian note: an altern /5.