Bible. 1 Corinthians II, 12-14 -- Sermons. : The reasonableness of believing the Trinity, and incarnation of the Son of God, asserted. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, March the 2d. 1701/2. Being the third for the year 1702. of the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; By George Stanhope, ...
Bible. 1 John IV, 1 -- Sermons. : Montanus redivivus [electronic resource] : or, Montanism revived, in the principles and discipline of the Methodists: (commonly called swadlers) being the substance of a sermon upon 1 John iv. 1. preached in the parish church of Hollymount, in the Diocese of Tuam, the third Sunday after Easter, in the year 1756. To which are added, several letters, which passed between the Rev. John Wesley, and the author. Also an appendix. By the Rev. Mr. James Clark, A Presbyter of the Diocese of Tuam.
Bible. 2 Timothy III, 16 -- Sermons. : The truth, inspiration, and usefulness of the scripture asserted and proved. [electronic resource] : In several discourses on 2 Tim. III. xvi. By the late Reverend and learned Mr. Benjamin Bennet. Published from his manuscripts by L. Latham, M.D.
Bible. 2 Timothy IV, 7 -- Sermons. : The conflicts of a believer, attended with the evidence of a compleat conquest, a sermon, (occasioned by the death of Mr. Joseph Shipman, Minister of the Gospel, And lately expell'd from Edmund-Hall, Oxford, ) preached at Upton upon Severn, on Sunday, January 5, 1772. By Cornelius Winter [electronic resource].
Bible -- Abstracting and indexing -- Early works to 1800. : The holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, by way of abstract: containing what is most especially instructive In The Historical Parts: Also The Many Edifying Examples And Discourses Which Are Met With In These Excellent Writings. Collected with much Care and Attention, with a view to Promote the Reading and Knowledge of the Scriptures. By John Kendall. ... [electronic resource].
Bible. Acts 4, 32 -- Sermons -- Early works 1800. -- Early works to 1800. : Christian love, as exemplified by the first Christian church in their having all things in common, placed in its true and just point of light. [electronic resource] : In a sermon, preached at the Thursday-lecture, in Boston, August 3d. 1773. From Acts 4. 32. Wherein it is shown, that Christian churches, in their character as such, are strongly obliged to evidence the reality of their Christian love, though not by having all things in common, yet by making such provision, according to their ability, for their members in a state of penury, as that none of them may suffer through the want of things needful for the body; and that deacons are officers appointed by Christ to take care of his poor saints, making all proper distributions to them in his name, and as enabled hereto by the churches to which they respectively belong. By Charles Chauncy, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Boston.
Bible. Acts. 6, 17 -- Sermons. : A sermon on the harvest of this year, 1777, [electronic resource] : from Acts xivth, verse 17th; addressed to the farmers of this kingdom; with A Serious Hint, or Two, to their Superiors. By William Carpenter, D. D. Late of Pembroke College, Oxford, and Vicar of Treneglos and Warbstow, in the County of Cornwall.
Bible. Acts 13, 22 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : A sermon preach'd on January 20, 1714/15. [electronic resource] : Being the day of thanksgiving to almighty God for bringing His Majesty to a peaceable and Quiet possession of the Throne, and thereby disappointing the designs of the pretender and his adherents. By a clergyman in the country.
Bible. Acts, 20, 32 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : A farewell sermon preach'd in the parish-church of Great Kimbel, [electronic resource] : In the County of Bucks, August the 17th, 1707. By Richard Mayo, Then Vicar of Great Kimbel, Now Minister of St. Thomas's Hospital in Southwark.
Bible. Acts 22, 16 -- Sermons. : St. Paul's conversion. [electronic resource] : Being the substance of a sermon preached at Plymouth in Devonshire, in the year 1744. By John Cennick.
Bible. Acts and Epistles -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The plain man's religion: shewing, the apostolical path to salvation [electronic resource] : and treating of inward and outward worship; preaching; Apostolical Faith and Love; The New Covenant; The True Teacher; Christ and Antichrist; The Conversion of the Jews; and the End of the World. By the author of the two letters to the clergy of Norfolk and Suffolk, written by a member of the Church of England.
Bible. Acts and Espistles -- History of Biblical events -- Early works to 1800. : The plain man's religion: shewing, the apostolical path to salvation [electronic resource] : and treating of inward and outward worship; preaching; Apostolical Faith and Love; The New Covenant; The True Teacher; Christ and Antichrist; The Conversion of the Jews; and the End of the World. By the author of the two letters to the clergy of Norfolk and Suffolk, written by a member of the Church of England.
Bible. Acts -- Commentaries -- Concordances. : Beda Venerabilis, Expositio Actuum apostolorum ; Retractio in Actus apostolorum ; Nomina regionum atque locorum de Actibus apostolorum ; In epistulas VII Catholicas / curante CETEDOC, Universitas Catholica Lovaniensis.
Bible. Acts -- Criticism, Textual -- Early works to 1800. : Observations upon the expediency of revising the present English version of the four Gospels, [electronic resource] : and of the Acts of the Apostles. By John Symonds, LL. D. Professor of Modern History in the University of Cambridge.
Bible. Acts -- History. : The history of the Acts of the holy Apostles confirmed from other authors [electronic resource] : and consider'd as full evidence of the truth of Christianity: with a prefatory discourse Upon The Nature of that Evidence. Being twenty-four Sermons, preach'd in the Parish-Church of St. Mary Le Bow, London, in the years 1736, 1737, 1738; at the lecture founded by the Honble Robert Boyle, Esq; by Richard Biscoe, M. A. Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty. ... .