Paul, -- Conversion -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Discourses on the Book of Ruth : and other important subjects: wherein the Wonders of Providence, the Riches of Grace, the Privileges of Believers, and the Condition of Sinners, are Judiciously and Faithfully Exemplified and Improved by the late Rev. John Macgowan.
Paul, -- Prophecies. : A general and connected view of the prophecies relating to the times of the Gentiles, Delivered by our Blessed Saviour, the Prophet Daniel, and the Apostles Paul and John; with a Brief Account of their Accomplishment to the Present Age. Supported by the most unexceptionable Testimony of History. By the Rev. E. W. Whitaker, Rector of St. Mildred's, and all Saints, Canterbury.
Paul, -- Sermons. : The free grace of God exalted in the character of the apostle Paul. : Being a sermon preached at St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, May 26, 1765. By John Gill, D. D. Published at the earnest Desire of some that heard it.
Paul, -- Trials -- Sermons. : A vindication of the Apostle Paul from the charge of sedition. : A sermon, preached in the Unitarian Chapel, in Essex-Street, London; on Sunday, July I. MDCCXCII. By John Disney, D.D. F.S.A.
Paul, -- Views on suffering. : "The sufferings of Christ are abundant in us" (2 Corinthians 1:5) [electronic resource] : a narrative-dynamics investigation of Paul's sufferings in 2 Corinthians / Kar Yong Lim.
Paul, -approximately 341. : Trois vies de moines : (Paul, Malchus, Hilarion) / Jérôme ; introduction par Pierre Leclerc, Edgardo Martín Morales, Adalbert de Vogüé ; texte critique par Edgardo M. Morales ; traduction par Pierre Leclerc ; notes de la traduction par Edgardo M. Morales et Pierre Leclerc.
Paul, active 6th century. : Three political voices from the age of Justinian : Agapetus, 'Advice to the emperor' ; 'Dialogue on political science' ; Paul the Silentiary, 'Description of Hagia Sophia' / translated [from Ancient Greek] with an introduction and notes by Peter N. Bell.
Paul, Thomas, 17th century. : Differences in judgment about vvater-baptism, no bar to communion, or, To communicate with saints, as saints, proved lawful : in answer to a book written by the Baptists, and published by Mr. T.P. and Mr. W.K. entituled, Some serious reflections on that part of Mr. Bunyan's confession of faith, touching church-communion with unbaptized believers : wherein, their objections and arguments are answered, and the doctrine of communion still asserted and vindicated : here is also Mr. Henry's Jesse's judgment in the case, fully declaring the doctrine I have asserted / by John Bunyan.
Paul, Thomas, 1723 or 1724- : A refutation of the several calumnies of an unknown writer : conveyed to the public, under the signature of Philagathus in the Freeman, and in many letters in that condemned paper, The oracle of liberty, under the signature of Philo-Clericus.