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Sermons preached upon several occasions
Sermons, English--Early works to 1800.
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LCC: BX5133.S6 S4 1737 (Source: dlc)
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Lccn: 2014656823
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v. 1. Containing the following subjects, viz. I. The ways of wisdom are ways of pleasantness. II. Of the creation of man in the image of God. III. Interest deposed and truth restored. IV. Religion the best reason of state. V. The duties of the episcopal function. VI. Why Christ's doctrine was rejected by the Jews. VII. God's peculiar regard to places set apart for divine worship. VIII. All contingencies under the direction of Providence. IX. Of worldly wisdom. X. Good intentions an ill excuse for bad actions. XI. Of the odious sin of ingratitude. XII. Of the base sins of falshood [sic] and lying
v. 2. Containing the following subjects, viz. I. The practice of religion enforced by reason. II. Of the superlative love of Christ to his disciples. III. Against long extempore prayers. IV. On the same subject. V. Of the heinous guilt of taking pleasure in other mens sins. VI. On the same subject. VII. Natural religion, without Revelation, sufficient to render a sinner inexcusable. VIII. Of sacramental preparation. IX. Of the fatal imposture and force of words. X. Prevention of sin an unvaluable mercy. XI. Of the nature and measures of conscience. XII. On the same subject.
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South, Robert, 1634-1716. Sermons preached upon several occasions
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Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826, Sermons preached upon several occasions
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress) Sermons preached upon several occasions