3 edition of A plain and profitable exposition of, and enlargement upon, the church-catechism found in the catalog.
A plain and profitable exposition of, and enlargement upon, the church-catechism
|Statement||by Simon Ford ...|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1188:10., Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1592:42.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 112 p.|
|Number of Pages||112|
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A plain and profitable exposition of, and enlargement upon, the church-catechism: by way of questions and answers for the more ample instruction of the more adult children and other elderly persons that need it, and divided into so many parts as there are Lords-days in each year together with the scheme of a shorter catechism annexed for the benefit of the younger sort of.
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Be the first. A Plain and Profitable Exposition of, and Enlargement upon, the Church Catechism, London,A new version of the Psalms of David, in metre, London, Ford also translated two discourses for the first volume of the English version of Plutarch's Morals, London, Born:East Ogwell (near Newton Bushel, Devon).
Plain Instructions for the Young and Ignorant: Exposition of the Church Catechism. By the Author of the Answer to all the Excuses and Pretences which to the Holy Sacrament.
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Full text of "An exposition of the catechism of the Church of England" See other formats. Julia D. Weiss Adolescence Adolescence in Early Modern England Bibliog. A plain and profitable exposition of, and enlargement upon, the church-catechism by way of questions and answers for the more ample instruction of the more adult children and other elderly persons that need it, and divided into so many parts as there are Lords-days by Simon Ford.
A brief and plain exposition of the church-catechism composed for the use of a private school errected and maintained at the cost and charges of several charitable persons belonging to the New Church in Westminster.
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A New Edition, greatly enlarged and corrected to the present time. By the Original Editor. With an Appendix (London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange, ). Full text of "An exposition of the doctrine of the United Church of England and Ireland concerning regeneration and baptism: collected from the Book of common prayer and the homilies, and compared with the Holy Scriptures" See other formats.
Outline for instruction in the Christian faith presented in a question and answer format. The Catechism appears in the BCP as "An Outline of the Faith" (pp.
THE present Age pretends so great Love to Reason, that this Rationale may even for its Name, hope for acceptation ; which it will the sooner have, if the Reader know, that the Author vents it not for a full and just, much less a public and authentic Piece, but as his own private Essay (wholly submitted to the censure of our Holy Mother, The Church, and the Reverend Fathers of.
It was plain devout Church of England service, earnest and as inspiring as it could be in a plain hall. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Wilmot, M.A., who took the whole of the service and preached the sermon. The latter was a faithful exposition and application of 1 Tim.
16—“Godliness with contentment is great gain.”. The preface to the book is an address to the King, reminding him that “Your Highness commanded us now of late to assemble ourselves together, and upon the diligent search and perusing of Holy Scripture to set forth a plain and sincere doctrine” – they “most humbly submit it to the most excellent wisdom and exact judgment of your Majesty.
The Church catechism, where it is really and honestly taught, gives the children an honest, frank, sober, English temper of mind which no other training I have seen gives.—I warn you frankly that, if you expect to make the average of English children good children on any other ground than the Church catechism takes, you will fail.
Full text of "The black book; or, Corruption unmasked" See other formats. In England, particularly, great curiosity was expressed, and the plan of taking young Colburn thither was suggested. After some deliberation, this project was resolved upon; and in the spring ofthe father and son embarked at Boston for Liverpool, where they landed on the 11th of May.
They proceeded to London, and taking rooms at Spring. PREFACE. The writer who for a third of a century travelled over this country by Red River cart and dug-out, and fared sumptuously on buffalo, pemmican and other foodstuffs of that period, has often since then noticed misleading statements about those early days; and the writing of this history is undertaken because the writer is aware that he can deal with many facts from .A tradesman who has but a hundred pound capital, which (say) he can turn but once a year, cannot live upon a profit of 10 per cent.
because he cannot live upon ten pounds a year; but a man of ten thousand pounds capital can live and thrive upon 5 per cent. profit in the year, because he has five hundred pounds a year.
The same proportion holds.Gift of Robert S. Stuart Esq, N.J.