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Eighteen sermons preached in Oxford, 1640

Ussher, James

Eighteen sermons preached in Oxford, 1640

of the doctrine of repentance, speedy conversion, and redemption by Christ, seasonable for these times

by Ussher, James

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Published by Printed for J. Rothwell and W. Churchill in London .
Written in English

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    StatementBy the late Reverend James Usher ... Taken from his mouth by a faithful minister, and compared with the notes of several schollars then resident in Oxford. With a preface concerning the worthy author, by the Reverend Mr. Stanley Gower.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. l., 464 p. :
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19907549M

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By the late Reverend James Usher, Lord Primate of Ireland. Taken from his mouth by a faithful minister, and compared with the notes of several schollars then resident in Oxford. Get this from a library.

Eighteen sermons preached in Oxford. Of the doctrine of repentance, speedy conversion, and redemption by Christ, seasonable for these times. By the late Reverend James Usher, Lord Primate of Ireland.

Taken from his mouth by a faithful minister, and compared with the notes of several schollars then resident in Oxford. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Pastoral Counseling PlayStation Poo Shelter From The Storm Hablamos. Sermons at Paul's Cross, Edited by Torrance Kirby, P. Stanwood, Mary Morrissey, and John N. King. Contains twenty of the most influential sermons preached at the outdoor pulpit in Paul's Churchyard during the critically formative period of.

Eight sermons on the necessity of repentance, preached in Oxford, Now revised with a preface by P. Oliver. 16 William Goodwin, A Sermon preached at Paul s Cross on 5 November 17 John Donne, A sermon on the booke of Iudges on the Directions for Preachers () 18 Mark Frank, A sermon preached at St.

Pauls Cross, in the year forty-one, and then commanded to. Get this from a library. Eighteen sermons preached in Oxford, of conversion unto God, of redemption, & justification, by Christ. [James Ussher; Stanley Gower]. 17 Gauden, John, A sermon preached in the Temple-chappel, at the funeral of the Right Reverend Father in God Dr Brounrig (), pp.

23, –3, –9. Contributors Acknowledgements Abbreviations and Acronyms List of Illustrations Introduction Part 1 Situating Paul’s Cross 1 John Schofield Reconstructing St Paul’s Cathedral, ‒ 2 Natalie Mears Paul’s Cross and nationwide special worship, ‒ 3 John N.

Wall Virtual Paul’s Cross: the experience of public preaching after the Reformation Part 2 Early Tudor Sermons, (Early English books, ; ) Also known as Extended title: A learned and godly sermon preached at Worcester, at an assise / by the reverend and learned, Miles Smith. Preaching and Parliament, –; Restoration, Religion, and Law: Assize Sermons, –; Preaching at the Court of Charles II: Court Sermons and the Restoration Chapel Royal; Sermons in Print, –; The Sermon Culture of the Glorious Revolution: Williamite Preaching and Jacobite Anti-preaching, – This article studies Tudor humanism and Reformation preaching, and it introduces John Colet's Convocation sermon.

This sermon summarises the problem of interpreting English sermons from the early eighteenth century. The discussion considers the late medieval sermons and the impact of humanism. The article also examines the invention and implementation of Henry VIII's Supremacy.

22 John Strickland, Gods Work of Mercy in Sions Misery (), listed sermons preached from 17 Nov. to 27 Dec.advertising the ‘Catalogue’ on the title page; Thomas Case, God's Rising, His Enemies Scattered (), like Strickland printed for Luke Fawne, extended the list to Apr.

John Whincop, God's Call to Weeping and Mourning (), was preached before the Commons on   Eighteen Sermons Preached in Oxford. Publ. by J. Crabb, W. Ball, T. Lye. with a Preface Concerning the Life of the Author, by S. Gower [Ussher, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Eighteen Sermons Preached in Oxford. Publ. by J. Crabb, W. Ball, T. Lye. with a Preface Concerning the Life of the AuthorAuthor: James Ussher.

The volume’s final sermon, Mark Frank’s outspoken Royalist call for obedience, preached by command of Charles I in at the outbreak of civil war, may also have been the last sermon preached at Paul’s Cross.

By the pulpit cross was no more, thought to have been taken down in accordance with a Parliamentary ordinance against idolatry. Knight himself, however, only implicated two rather junior figures who knew of his sermon before he preached it. 50 One, John Herbert, was the rector of Radley, a poor parish five miles down the Thames from Oxford.

51 The other was a younger student at Broadgates Hall, a Cornishman called John Code, whose father may have disinherited him for. A Sermon Preached Before the University of Oxford, at Christ Church, on Ascension-Day, M DCC LXXX VI.

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Book tickets.Life. The son of Robert Allestree, descended from an old Derbyshire family, he was born at Uppington in Shropshire. Although John Fell gave his birth date as Marchthis conflicts with his college records.

He was educated at Coventry and later at Christ Church, Oxford, under Richard entered as a commoner inmatriculating as a student on 17 February aged fifteen, and.