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Horæ apostolicæ

A, digested narrative of the acts and writings of the apostles of Jesus Christ. Arranged according to Townsend

by Shepherd, William Rector of Margaret Roding, Essex.

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Published by Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. N.T. Acts -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.,
  • Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Rev. William Shepherd.
    ContributionsTownsend, George, 1788-1857.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2625 .S5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 287 p.
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6397695M
    LC Control Number40002838
    OCLC/WorldCa32302295

    Catholic Church: The Holy Week Book, Compiled by Authority From the Roman Missal and Breviary, As Reformed by Order of Pope Pius X (pointed edition, with Mass texts in Latin and English; London: Burns, Oates and Washbourne, ca. ), contrib. by Adrian Fortescue. multiple formats at ; some page corners obscured. It is also strongly implied in the Epistle—“Other of the apostles saw I none, save James, the Lord’s brother;” that is, to distinguish him from “James, the brother of John.” In this matter the Rev. T.R. Birks, in his Horæ Apostolicæ, has pointed out a minute trait of .

    The saints.—This designation, intelligible only to Christians (see Act ), Paul did not use when addressing the Jews, but now employs before Agrippa, perhaps because he deemed caution no longer necessary, and wished both to put honour on the followers of the Nazarene and to aggravate his own guilt (compare Birk's Horæ Apostolicæ vii. viii.). Apostlen Thomas, Judas Thomas eller Didymos er en af Jesu disciple, og også kendt som tvivleren Thomas pga. sit udfordrende spørgsmål til Jesus, om at han vil se før han kan tro på, at Jesus er opstået fra de er ikke et personnavn, men et tilnavn, da toma er det aramæiske ord for "tvilling".Thomas' egentlige navn var Judas, og da Jesus ifølge Markus-evangeliet havde en.

    DEAR FELLOW-MEMBERS, Since we penned the Foreword to Volume XXXVII two years ago, much has transpired to encourage us in our testimony to the Truth rightly divided. Prominent amon. The man, therefore, who really understands this book, and refuses to be a Christian, is led by his lusts and not his reason. Some admirers of this book have lamented as a defect, its want of evangelical tincture, and its exclusive reference to natural things. To me, this is a prime recommendation.


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Horæ apostolicæ by Shepherd, William Rector of Margaret Roding, Essex. Download PDF EPUB FB2

INTRODUCTION. THIS book is Horæ apostolicæ book the Gospels what the fruit is to the tree that bears it. In the Gospels we see the corn of wheat falling into the ground and dying: in the Acts we see it bringing forth much fruit (John There we see Christ purchasing the Church with His own blood: here we see the Church, so purchased, rising into actual existence; first among the Jews of Palestine, and next.

Page 1 of 10 - Horæ Apostolicæ - posted in Other Publications: HORÆ APOSTOLICÆ,BY THEREV. BIRKS, A.M.,LATE FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGELONDON:THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY_____MD CCC L._____From a Single Volume Containing: HORÆ PAULINÆ by WILLIAM PALEY, Numbers: i to viii and 1 to and HORÆ APOSTOLICÆ.

Get this from a library. Horæ apostolicæ: A, digested narrative of the acts and writings of the apostles of Jesus Christ. Arranged according to Townsend. [William Shepherd, Rector of Margaret Roding Essex.; George Townsend]. THIS book is to the Gospels what the fruit is to the tree that bears it.

with unrivalled felicity by PALEY in his Horæ Paulinæ, to which Mr. BIRKS has made a number of ingenious additions in his Horæ Apostolicæ. Exception has been taken to some of these by JOWETT (St.

Paul's Epistles, Vol. I, pp. ff.), not without a measure of. Horæ Apostolicæ Read story → 0 comments Quality Free Online Bible Study - It is Possible. THIS book is to the Gospels what the fruit is to the tree that bears it.

In the Gospels we see the corn of wheat falling into the ground and dying: in the Acts we see it bringing forth much fruit ().There we see Christ purchasing the Church with His own blood: here we see the Church, so purchased, rising into actual existence; first among the Jews of Palestine, and next among the surrounding.

Horæ apostolicæ: A, digested narrative of the acts and writings of the apostles of Jesus Christ. Arranged according to Townsend by Shepherd, William, Rector of Margaret Roding, Essex; Townsend, George, There is a remarkable gradation, says BIRKS [Horæ Apostolicæ] in Paul's language as to circumcision.

In his first recorded discourse (Acts ), circumcision is not named, but implied as included in the law of Moses which cannot justify. The Acts of the Apostles. —See Introduction as to the title thus given to the Book.

(1) The former treatise. —Literally, word, or discourse; but the English of the text is, perhaps, a happier equivalent than either. The Greek term had been used by Xenophon (Anab. 1; 1, 2) as St.

Luke uses it, of what we should call the several “Books” or portions of his Histories. The former treatise - The former book. The Gospel of Luke is here evidently intended. Greek: the former λόγος logos, meaning "a discourse," or "a narrative." O Theophilus - See the notes on Luke Since this book was written to the same individual as the former, it was evidently written with the same design to furnish an authentic and.

ABOUT THE ELECTRONIC EDITION This electronic edition of Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown's one-volume Commentary on the Whole Bible has been prepared from text scanned by Woodside Bible Fellowship. The work has been completed in three passes: first, to import the text into the verse notes of the OnLine Bible, correct common scanning errors, and insert markers for Scripture references.

Those who read my apologetics work know my fondness for the so-old-it's-new argument from undesigned coincidences. I'm feeling too lazy right now to scare up the links to all the posts that I and Esteemed Husband have written on this subject, so I'll have to leave it to readers to Google them or use the "evidentialism" and "apologetics" tags here and at W4 to find mine.

felicity by PALEY in his Horæ Paulinæ, to which Mr. BIRKS has made a number of ingenious additions in his Horæ Apostolicæ. Exception has been taken to some of these by JOWETT (St.

Paul's Epistles, Vol. I, pp. ff.), not without a measure of reason in certain cases--for our. There is a remarkable gradation, says BIRKS [Horæ Apostolicæ] in Paul's language as to circumcision.

In his first recorded discourse (Ac ), circumcision is not named, but implied as included in the law of Moses which cannot justify. In Birks published his edition of Paley's 'Horse Paulinae,' with notes and a supplementary treatise entitled ' Horæ Apostolicæ.' Two years later the work was followed by 'Horæ Evangelicæ,' and in appeared his 'Modern Rationalism' and 'The Inspiration of the Scriptures.'.

To make "cuttings in the flesh" was expressly prohibited by the law (Le ): it was a Gentile-heathenish practice (1Ki ); yet this, writes Paul indignantly, is what these legalists are virtually doing in violation of the law. There is a remarkable gradation, says Birks [Horæ Apostolicæ.

The undesigned coincidences between this History and the Apostolic Epistles have been brought out and handled, as an argument for the truth of the facts thus attested, with unrivalled felicity by Paley in his Horæ Paulinæ, to which Mr. Birks has made a number of ingenious additions in his Horæ Apostolicæ.

(who pointed out the mistake; which however I see reproduced in Mr. Birks’s Horæ Apostolicæ, p. f.) suppose οὗ ὁ ἔπαινος ἐν τῷ εὐαγγελίῳ to refer to his gospel,— διὰ τὴν ἱστορίαν ἥνπερ ἔγραψε, Chrys.

Concerning--Translate as before and after, "As touching Zeal" (compare Ac ). blameless--Greek, "having become blameless" as to ceremonial righteousness: having attained in the eyes of man blameless legal perfection.

As to the holiness before God, which is the inner and truest spirit of the law, and which flows from "the righteousness of God by faith," he on the contrary declares. Philippians Beware—Greek, "Have your eye on" so as to beware st "mark," or "observe," namely, so as to follow Philippians dogs—Greek, "the dogs," namely, those impure persons "of whom I have told you often" (Philippians ); "the abominable" (compare Revelationwith Revelation ; Matthew ; Titus ): "dogs" in filthiness, unchastity, and snarling.

6. He did "abide and even winter" for the three WINTER months in Greece (Corinth), Ac ,6; from which passage it seems that Paul probably left Corinth about a month before the "days of unleavened bread" or the Passover (so as to allow time to touch at Thessalonica and Berea, from which cities two of his companions were; as we read he did at Philippi); so that thus the three months at.The undesigned coincidences between this History and the Apostolic Epistles have been brought out and handled, as an argument for the truth of the facts thus attested, with unrivalled felicity by PALEY in his Horæ Paulinæ, to which Mr.

BIRKS has made a number of ingenious additions in his Horæ Apostolicæ.The Book of Philippians. Philippians - For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.

Philippians - Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice. Philippians in The New Testament - A Brief Overview. Painting of Paul the Apostle by Rembrandt - Introduction to The Book .