A Defence of a Letter Concerning the Education of Dissenters in Their Private Academies, an Answer to the Defence of the Dissenters Education [By S. Palmer]

A Defence of a Letter Concerning the Education of Dissenters in Their Private Academies, an Answer to the Defence of the Dissenters Education [By S. Palmer]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1704 edition. Excerpt: ...fear'd it, for I can find very few who were attive Instruments in that horrid Fact, that had ever the least appearance of Repentance... tjf-l And that this Censure is not! uncharitable, because grounded on notorious Matter of Fact; will appear if we consider the Behaviour of those Regicides at their Execution. This we may best learn together with the Temper of their Minds, by their last Speeches, which were published by their Friends, and which I have often heard highly applauded by their Party; Harrijon said, --That he was going about a great Work for the Lord, and that his Sufferings were on account of Jehovah, the Lord of Hosts, and f rj Re-look!d on this as a clear Answer of his Prayers, (r) As he was going to gicides Execution, he said; I go to suffer for the most glorious Cause that ever Speeches, WM jn fa jffal--The good Old Cause, which he had in his Heart, " "C and was going to Seal with his Blood, and that he saw a Crown of Glory prepared for him. In his Speech, That for being Instrumental in the Cause of the Son of God, he was brought to Suffer, and that if be had ioooo laves, he'd cheerfully lay 'em all down to Witness it. He believed th.it ere long the Lord would make it known from Heaven, that there was more of God in it than Men were, now aware of. That he was going to fit at the Right Hand of Christ in Heaven; it may be to judge those that had unjustly judged him. That God would make known his glorious Arm in. the.fight of all Nations; the Sun would stiine, and God would give a Testimony ofwh.it he had been doing in a port time. And it appears that he was not without hopes of being sav'd by a Miracle; for when the Rope was putting on, he said, Here is the Wood, but where is the-Ss. crifice? If the Lord see good, he...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123658693X
  • 9781236586933