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" ... to be a teacher, not only of all the laity in all parts of the Kingdom, but of the teachers themselves, the learned clergy, many of them learned before he was born... "
The nature, folly, sin, and danger, of being righteous over-much: the ... - Page 8
by Joseph Trapp - 1739
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The Nature, Folly, Sin, and Danger of Being Righteous Over-much: With a ...

Joseph Trapp - Enthusiasm - 1739 - 80 pages
...over-much, take upon him, at his firft fetting out, to execute as it •were, the Office of an Apoftle, to be a Teacher, not only of all the Laity, in all Parts...learned Clergy, many of them learned before he was born ; to reflect upon, and cenfure them as if they did not know their Duty, or 'would not do it without...
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The Life and Times of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A., Founder of the ..., Volume 1

Luke Tyerman - Methodism - 1870 - 590 pages
...novice, though in holy orders " (like Whitefield), " to take upon him, at his first setting out, to be a teacher, not only of all the laity, in all parts of the kingdom, but of the teachers themselves, the learned clergy, many of them learned before he was born, is an outrage upon common...
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