3 edition of A sermon preached at Great St. Marie"s church in Cambridge found in the catalog.
A sermon preached at Great St. Marie"s church in Cambridge
|Statement||by Tho. Walker ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 882:1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 30 p|
|Number of Pages||30|
A sermon preached at St Maries in Cambridge, to the Universitie September the 6, the Sunday before the Sturbridge fair / by: Kemp, Edward, d. Published: () Sermon preached at King’s College Chapel, Cambridge. December 1st – Advent Sunday. As every shop hasbeen telling us since September, Christmas is coming. Christmas is indeed coming! But we can leave the goose to go on getting fat for a while, because we have another season to enjoy first – Advent. I say ‘enjoy’.
The happiness of those that suffer for righteousness sake: in a sermon preached at St. Maries in Oxford, on the XXXth. of January / By Thomas Milles A. M. of St. Edmund Hall. Printed at the Request of Mr. Vice-Chancellor, and others, who heard it Preach'd / [Milles, Thomas,] Oxford: printed at the Theater, for H. Clements Bookseller, Material/ALT CORE pdf. St Mary the Great is a Church of England parish and university church at the north end of King's Parade in central Cambridge, is known locally as Great St Mary's or simply GSM to distinguish it from "Little St Mary's".It is one of the Greater is designated by Historic England as a Grade I listed building.. In addition to being a parish church in the Diocese of Ely, it is ,_Cambridge.
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Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville By or A sermon preached at St Maries in Oxford vpon Tuesday in Easter vveeke, Concerning the abuses of obscure and difficult places of holy Scripture, and remedies against them.
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Church of England -- Sermons; Filed under: Lord's Supper -- Church of England -- Sermons. A sermon preach'd at Turners-Hall, the 5th of May, by George Keith ; in which he gave an account of his joyning in communion with the Church of England ; with some additions and enlargements made by himself.
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Maries Church in Cambridge / Filed under: Lord's Supper -- Church of England -- Sermons. A sermon preach'd at Turners-Hall, the 5th of May, by George Keith ; in which he gave an account of his joyning in communion with the Church of England ; with some additions and enlargements made Three sermons vpon the Passion, Resurrection and Ascension of Our Sauior preached at Oxford, by Barten Holyday, now archdeacon of Oxford.
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A sermon preached in St. Maries at Oxford the of March being the day of his sacred Maiesties inauguration and Maundie thursday. By John Kinge Doctor of Divinity, Deane of Christ Church, and Vicechancellor of the Vniversitie.
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Great St Mary's, The University Church, Cambridge, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. likes talking about this 7, were here. Great St Mary's, the University Church, is the heart of Cambridge A funerall sermon preached by Dr Gouge of Black-Friers London, in Cheswicke Church, August () by William Gouge: A glasse for the times: wherein is represented the malady and remedy of divisions () by Lazarus Seaman: A glimpse of Gods glory () by Thomas Hodges Sermon preached by Fr.
Antony Hughes on Sunday, at St. Mary Orthodox Church in Cambridge, MA. All of us carry things that weigh us down: including beliefs and opinions, little “t” traditions that are unnecessary and burdensome, desires, sins, fears. I could name many others.
We saw it in the Gospel of the Samaritan Woman last :// From the publication of Peter Heylyn's History of the Sabbath in to the most recent studies of this doctrine, sabbatarianism has been treated as an important and controversial issue in the post-Reformation period.
These studies portray sabbatarianism as a puritan innovation, which that party introduced in an effort to reform the church from below, having failed to covert the English Sermon preached by Fr. Antony Hughes on Sunday, April 5, at St. Mary Orthodox Church in Cambridge, MA.
Through this Great Lent pandemic we are being forced to look at everything, including our faith, in deeper ways. For example, the crucifixion of Caution recommended in the use and application of Scripture language: A sermon preached Jin the cathedral church of Carlisle, at the visitation of the Right Reverend Edmund, Lord Bishop of Carlisle.
By William Paley,William Paley. Caution recommended in the use and application of The great excellency, usefulness, and necessity of humane learning: declared in a sermon, preached before the University, at Great St. Maries church in Cambridge, August the 7th. / by: Neville, Robert, or Published: ().
Sermon preached by Fr. Antony Hughes on Sunday, July 5, I search for inspiration everywhere and find it everywhere. All we have to do to see it is to be open and receptive.
The wind of the Spirit is always blowing. We just have to raise our :// Sharp, John, A sermon preached April IIth (London, ), p. 15; Sharp goes on to castigate those anglicans who ‘brand seriousness of Conversation, and a care of one's words and actions with the name of Fanaticism, and reproach every one as a Puritan, that willnot swear and drink’.The sermon was the last in a series of four preached—and later printed—at the king's behest before an unwilling audience of Scottish Presbyterians.
The quartet outlined James's standing as a ruler by divine right and laid down the conceptual foundations of the Jacobean ://