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The Resource The truth and excellence of the Christian religion asserted: against Jews, infidels and hereticks. : In sixteen sermons, preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; for the years 1701, 1702. Wherein is shewn, that the evidence for this religion is the most unexceptionable; that it establishes and perfects the law; amkes the clearest discoveries of a future state: and, accomplishes the prophesies of the Old Testament. That the belief of its doctrines is reasonable: the obedience required to its precepts practicable: the wisdom of the Gospel above any other religious institution; and it's divine authority prov'd from the successful propagation of it., By George Stanhope, Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty

The truth and excellence of the Christian religion asserted: against Jews, infidels and hereticks. : In sixteen sermons, preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; for the years 1701, 1702. Wherein is shewn, that the evidence for this religion is the most unexceptionable; that it establishes and perfects the law; amkes the clearest discoveries of a future state: and, accomplishes the prophesies of the Old Testament. That the belief of its doctrines is reasonable: the obedience required to its precepts practicable: the wisdom of the Gospel above any other religious institution; and it's divine authority prov'd from the successful propagation of it., By George Stanhope, Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty

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The truth and excellence of the Christian religion asserted: against Jews, infidels and hereticks. : In sixteen sermons, preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; for the years 1701, 1702. Wherein is shewn, that the evidence for this religion is the most unexceptionable; that it establishes and perfects the law; amkes the clearest discoveries of a future state: and, accomplishes the prophesies of the Old Testament. That the belief of its doctrines is reasonable: the obedience required to its precepts practicable: the wisdom of the Gospel above any other religious institution; and it's divine authority prov'd from the successful propagation of it.
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The truth and excellence of the Christian religion asserted: against Jews, infidels and hereticks.
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In sixteen sermons, preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; for the years 1701, 1702. Wherein is shewn, that the evidence for this religion is the most unexceptionable; that it establishes and perfects the law; amkes the clearest discoveries of a future state: and, accomplishes the prophesies of the Old Testament. That the belief of its doctrines is reasonable: the obedience required to its precepts practicable: the wisdom of the Gospel above any other religious institution; and it's divine authority prov'd from the successful propagation of it.
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By George Stanhope, Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty
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T102855
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1660-1728
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Stanhope, George
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non fiction
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-1724
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Sare, Richard
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  • Sermons, English
  • Christianity
  • Christianity
  • Sermons, English
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The truth and excellence of the Christian religion asserted: against Jews, infidels and hereticks. : In sixteen sermons, preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; for the years 1701, 1702. Wherein is shewn, that the evidence for this religion is the most unexceptionable; that it establishes and perfects the law; amkes the clearest discoveries of a future state: and, accomplishes the prophesies of the Old Testament. That the belief of its doctrines is reasonable: the obedience required to its precepts practicable: the wisdom of the Gospel above any other religious institution; and it's divine authority prov'd from the successful propagation of it., By George Stanhope, Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty
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  • Signatures: pi2 A-B4 D-E4; A-D4 E2 (-E2); A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-E4; A-C4 D2; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A2 (-A1) B-E4 F2 (leaf F2 blank)
  • Pagination: [4], 32 p.; 34 p.; 30, [2] p.; 30, [2] p.; 32 p.; 32 p.; 32 p.; 32 p.; 31, [1] p.; 31, [1] p.; 39, [1] p.; 28 p.; 31, [1] p.; 32 p.; 30, [2] p.; [2], 34, [2] p
  • Each sermon has a separate title-page, pagination and register: 1) 'Evidence for the Jewish and Christian faith compared. ... January the 6th. 1700/1.'; 2) 'Evidence for the Jewish and Christian faith compared. ... February the 3d. 1700/1.'; 3) 'Evidence for the Jewish and Christian faith compared. ... March the 3d. 1700/1.'; 4) 'The law not destroyed but established by the Gospel. ... April the 7th. 1701.'; 5) 'The law not destroyed but established by the Gospel. ... May the 5th. 1701.'; 6) 'Death abolished, and life and immortality brought to light, by Jesus Christ ...'; 7) 'The Christian interpretation of prophesies vindicated. ... Octob. 6. 1701.'; 8) 'The Christian interpretation of prophesies vindicated. ... Novemb. 3. 1701.'; 9) 'Those Christian doctrines not incredible which are (to us) incomprehensible. ... January the 5th. 1701/2.'; 10) 'Those Christian doctrines not incredible which are (to us) incomprehensible. ... February the 2d. 1701/2.'; 11) 'The reasonableness of believing the Trinity, and incarnation of the Son of God, asserted.'; 12) 'The death of Christ, a sacrifice and satisfaction for the sins of the world. ... April the 6th. 1702.'; 13) 'The death of Christ, a sacrifice and satisfaction for the sins of the world. ... May the 4th. 1702.'; 14) 'No practical precepts of the Christian faith unreasonable.'; 15) 'The wisdom of the Christian religion.'; 16) 'The success of the Gospel a proof of its divine authority.'
  • The first eight sermons have a separate collective title page which reads: 'The Christian religion no just offence to the Jews. Eight sermons preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the year 1701. ...'
  • The title pages of the first 8 sermons are dated 1701, the final 8 are dated 1702
  • Each title page is enclosed within double line border
  • With printed marginalia
  • With numerous publisher's advertisements throughout
Control code
ocn863474235
Dimensions
4°.
Extent
16 pts. in 1 v.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)863474235
  • (Sirsi) a1869053
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The truth and excellence of the Christian religion asserted: against Jews, infidels and hereticks. : In sixteen sermons, preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; for the years 1701, 1702. Wherein is shewn, that the evidence for this religion is the most unexceptionable; that it establishes and perfects the law; amkes the clearest discoveries of a future state: and, accomplishes the prophesies of the Old Testament. That the belief of its doctrines is reasonable: the obedience required to its precepts practicable: the wisdom of the Gospel above any other religious institution; and it's divine authority prov'd from the successful propagation of it., By George Stanhope, Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty
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  • Signatures: pi2 A-B4 D-E4; A-D4 E2 (-E2); A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A-E4; A-C4 D2; A-D4; A-D4; A-D4; A2 (-A1) B-E4 F2 (leaf F2 blank)
  • Pagination: [4], 32 p.; 34 p.; 30, [2] p.; 30, [2] p.; 32 p.; 32 p.; 32 p.; 32 p.; 31, [1] p.; 31, [1] p.; 39, [1] p.; 28 p.; 31, [1] p.; 32 p.; 30, [2] p.; [2], 34, [2] p
  • Each sermon has a separate title-page, pagination and register: 1) 'Evidence for the Jewish and Christian faith compared. ... January the 6th. 1700/1.'; 2) 'Evidence for the Jewish and Christian faith compared. ... February the 3d. 1700/1.'; 3) 'Evidence for the Jewish and Christian faith compared. ... March the 3d. 1700/1.'; 4) 'The law not destroyed but established by the Gospel. ... April the 7th. 1701.'; 5) 'The law not destroyed but established by the Gospel. ... May the 5th. 1701.'; 6) 'Death abolished, and life and immortality brought to light, by Jesus Christ ...'; 7) 'The Christian interpretation of prophesies vindicated. ... Octob. 6. 1701.'; 8) 'The Christian interpretation of prophesies vindicated. ... Novemb. 3. 1701.'; 9) 'Those Christian doctrines not incredible which are (to us) incomprehensible. ... January the 5th. 1701/2.'; 10) 'Those Christian doctrines not incredible which are (to us) incomprehensible. ... February the 2d. 1701/2.'; 11) 'The reasonableness of believing the Trinity, and incarnation of the Son of God, asserted.'; 12) 'The death of Christ, a sacrifice and satisfaction for the sins of the world. ... April the 6th. 1702.'; 13) 'The death of Christ, a sacrifice and satisfaction for the sins of the world. ... May the 4th. 1702.'; 14) 'No practical precepts of the Christian faith unreasonable.'; 15) 'The wisdom of the Christian religion.'; 16) 'The success of the Gospel a proof of its divine authority.'
  • The first eight sermons have a separate collective title page which reads: 'The Christian religion no just offence to the Jews. Eight sermons preached at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the year 1701. ...'
  • The title pages of the first 8 sermons are dated 1701, the final 8 are dated 1702
  • Each title page is enclosed within double line border
  • With printed marginalia
  • With numerous publisher's advertisements throughout
Control code
ocn863474235
Dimensions
4°.
Extent
16 pts. in 1 v.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)863474235
  • (Sirsi) a1869053

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