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A second letter to the Rev. Mr. Whitefield

A second letter to the Rev. Mr. Whitefield

upon the former subject of regeneration, or the new birth; ... By Tristram Land, M.A. ...

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Published by printed for J. Roberts in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1997 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 9732, no.07).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 9732, no. 07.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],34p.
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18375857M

Nos. 1–15 of the reset—on No. 1 is printed “The Second Impression”— for the number of lines on many of the pages do not correspond. The title, too, was set differently, the words “By the Encouragement of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield” being omitted from all the reprints; and there are other minor alterations. A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley in Response to "Free Grace" Sortable title: Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev Mr John Wesley in Response to Free Grace.

A letter to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Church M.A., vicar of Battersea and prebendary of St. Paul's: in answer to his serious and expostulatory letter to the Revd. Mr. George Whitefield, on occasion of his late letter to the Bishop of London, and other bishops / by: Whitefield. George Whitefield (/ ˈ w ɪ t f iː l d /; 27 December [O.S. 16 December] – 30 September ), also spelled Whitfield, was an English Anglican cleric and evangelist who was one of the founders of Methodism and the evangelical movement.. Born in Gloucester, he matriculated at Pembroke College at the University of Oxford in There he joined the "Holy Club" and was introduced to the.

Pris: ,-. heftet, Sendes innen virkedager. Kjøp boken Six Letters to the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield. the First, Second, and Third, on the Subject of Justification. the Fourth Containing Remarks on a Pamphlet, Entitled, the Second Edition av Alexander Garden (ISBN ) hos Fri frakt fra {0} kr. Vi har mer enn 10 millioner bøker, finn din neste. Subject of most Conversation. No Books are in Request but those of Piety and Devotion, and instead of idle Songs and Ballads the People are every where entertaining themselves with Psalms, Hymns, and spiritual Songs. All which, under God, is owing to the successful Labours of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield. The following is a Letter from a Person unknown.


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Late Fellow of Clare-Hall, in Cambridge, Curate of St. James, Garlickhith, and Lecturer of the United Parishes of St. Anthony and St. John Baptist, in London. A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley - Kindle edition by Whitefield, George.

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Whitefield and his opposers. VII. A Letter to the Rev. the President, and Professors, Tutors, and Hebrew Instructor, of Harvard-College in Cambridge: In Answer to a Testimony Publish'd by Them Against the Reverend Mr. George Whitefiel. George Whitefield $ A Letter from. George Whitefield.

to the. Rev. John Wesley. IN ANSWER TO MR. WESLEY’S SERMON ENTITLED “ F. REE. RACE ” “But when Peter had come to Antioch, I withstood him to his face, because he was to be blamed” (Gal.

Modernized and annotated by William H. Gross. Mar PREFACE. The fifth containing remarks on Mr. Whitefield's two letters concerning Archbishop Tillotson, and the book entitled, The whole duty of man.

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Whitefield's Letter to the Rev. John Wesley in Answer to His Sermon Entitled Free GraceAuthor: George Whitefield. The Resource A letter to those of his brethren in the ministry who refuse to admit the Rev.

Whitefield into their pulpits., By William Shurtleff, M.A. and Pastor of the Second Church in Portsmouth in New-Hampshire.

; With an appendix containing the concurrence of some other ministers. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. George Whitefield (Whitefield, George, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Whitefield, George, A Letter from the Reverend Mr.

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23 Rev. Thomas Gee, colleague of Rev. Cotton Mather in the Second Church, a vigorous defender of Whitefield. When the convention of Congregational ministers, inpublished a Testimony against Several Errors etc., Mr. Gee replied to this in a Letter to Rev.

Nathaniel Eells, Moderator of the Convention, whom he evidently regarded as the. June,to his friend Mr Richardson in London.

An accompanying letter directed it should be shown to “Madam Cook and Doctor Watts” before being passed on, to John Sims, Whitefield’ s agent in England. the letters printed on pp.

-5 of the December,issue of the Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia. A large part of the letter describes the religious climate in Scotland at the time. The letter is addressed to 'The Mr. George Whitefield at the House of Mr Peter Sims in. George Whitefield was one of the most dynamic and famous Christian ministers of the 18 th century, yet today remains relatively unknown.

A British clergyman of the Anglican Church, Whitefield’s eloquent oratory skills and charismatic personality helped spark the spiritual revival known as “The Great Awakening” throughout Britain, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and the North American. Allestree, Richard, -- Whole duty of man.

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Letters—Wesley's Sermon on "Free Grace"—A Trying Time—Trouble at Kingswood—Letter to Wesley—First Methodist Newspaper—Old Friends divided—A Scene at the Foundery—Whitefield in Distress—Good News from America—Whitefield and Charles Wesley—Charles Wesley and the Calvinists—London Tabernacle—Rev.

Daniel Rowlands. A letter to the Rev. the president, and professors, tutors, and Hebrew instructor, of Harvard-College in Cambridge [electronic resource]: in answer to a testimony publish'd by them against the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield and his conduct [].Thomas, the eldest, was the father of the Rev.

George Whitefield. Mr Thomas Whitefield was bred to the business of a wine merchant, in Bristol, but after wards kept an inn in the city of Gloucester. extracted from one of his letters: “Why is my honoured mother so solicitous about a few paltry things, that ”—a book, to which his own.For different perspectives on this controversy between Whitefield and the Wesleys, see Iain Murray, “Prefatory Note” to George Whitefield, A Letter to the Rev.

Mr. John Wesley in Answer to His Sermon entitled “Free Grace” (Iain Murray, “Introduction” to George Whitefield’s Journals [London: The Banner of Truth Trust, ],