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Christian liberty asserted in oposition to the Roman yoke

Christian liberty asserted in oposition to the Roman yoke

delivered in a sermon preached in His Majesties royal chappel of Windsor, the 8th of Decemb. 1678

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Published by Printed by M.C. for Walter Kettilby in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Galatians V, 1 -- Sermons.,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Butler.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 484:42.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[6], 35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16738000M

    CHAPTER I. CHRISTIANITY AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE. JESUS CHRIST came into the world to set men free, and to plant in their souls the genuine principle of liberty,—liberty actuated by love,—liberty too honorable to allow itself to be used as an occasion to the flesh, or for a cloak of maliciousness,—liberty led by a conscience enlightened by the Spirit of God,—liberty in which man . Page CATHOLICS AND THE NEGRO In order to understand and to gain an adequate idea of what Catholics and their ancient Church have done for the American Negro, it is necessary to take into account the facts and testimony of impartial history in regard to human slavery among the nations, and the influence which the Roman Catholic Church brought to bear on that institution.

    Most of the countries where the gospel was first preached were subject at this time to the Roman yoke, and were made provinces of the empire. He wrote this to the Romans, who, as they were rich, so they were drained by taxes and impositions, to the just and honest payment of . CHAPTER I. - CHRISTIANITY AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE. JESUS CHRIST came into the world to set men free, and to plant in their souls the genuine principle of liberty, liberty actuated by love,—liberty too honorable to allow itself to be used as an occasion to the flesh, or for a cloak of maliciousness,—liberty led by a conscience enlightened by the Spirit of God,—liberty in which man may be.

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[John Butler, D.D.]. Extended title: Christian liberty asserted in oposition to the Roman yoke: delivered in a sermon preached in His Majesties royal chappel of Windsor. The 8th. of Decemb.

By John Butler, D.D. canon of the said chappel, and chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty Alternate titles: Sermon preached at. Christian liberty asserted in oposition to the Roman yoke delivered in a sermon preached in His Majesties royal chappel of Windsor, the 8th of Decemb.

/ by John : D.D. John Butler. The three divisions of this chapter are,--I. Necessity of the doctrine of Christian Liberty, sec. The principal parts of this liberty explained, sec. 2ñ8. The nature and efficacy of this liberty against the Epicureans and others who take no account whatever of the weak, sec.

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He understands the liberty that God has granted him, and uses it to the glory of God, with an eye to his wisdom and goodness in enlarging our allowance now under the gospel, and taking off the yoke of legal restraints; and he giveth God thanks for the variety of food he has, and the liberty he has to eat it, and that in those things his.

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Augustine’s City of God (–/), written when the empire was under attack by Germanic tribes, sums up and defines a new. As those united to Christ by faith, it is right and proper for us to rejoice and bask in those liberties and freedoms which Christ has purchased for us. We have been freed from the curse of the Law and have received eternal life in Him.

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