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" like Solomon's madman, cast firebrands, arrows, and death ; and send to hell (only because they are not of their own frantic persuasion) millions of Christians much better than themselves." The author proceeds : — " For a clergyman of the Church of... "
The nature, folly, sin, and danger, of being righteous over-much: the ... - Page 53
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
...ifts,Anabaptifts, Quakers, Ranters, or fuch like. Bui for a Clergyman of the Church of England to fray, and preach in the Fields, in the Country, or in the...City, is perfectly new, never heard of before ; a frejh Honour to the bleffed Age, in. which We have the Happinefs to live. To pray, preach, and fing...
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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
...Christians much better than themselves." The author proceeds : — " For a clergyman of the Church oi England to pray and preach in the fields, in the country, or in the streets of the city, is perfectly new, a fresh honour to the blessed age in which we have the happiness to...
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The Life and Times of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A., Founder of the ..., Volume 1

Luke Tyerman - Methodism - 1872 - 594 pages
...frantic persuasion) millions of Christians much better than themselves." The author proceeds : — " For a clergyman of the Church of England to pray and...preach in the fields, in the country, or in the streets of the city, is perfectly new, a fresh honour to the blessed age in which we have the happiness to...
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The Works of John and Charles Wesley: A Bibliography ...

Richard Green - 1906 - 312 pages
...something of this nature in England, as practised by Brownists, Anabaptists, Quakers, Ranters, or such like. But for a Clergyman of the Church of England...city, is perfectly new, never heard of before ; a fresh honour to the blessed age in which we have the happiness to live. To pray, preach and sing psalms...
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