3 edition of An abridgment of Mr. Baxter"s History of his life and times found in the catalog.
An abridgment of Mr. Baxter"s History of his life and times
by printed by S. Bridge, for Thomas Parkhurst. Jonathan Robinson. And John Lawrence in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3993, no. 02.|
|Contributions||Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||701|
THERE is a touch of quaintness in the very title of Mr. Hamilton Davies's book which almost seems to recall the literature and theology of the seventeenth century. Mr. Davies has bestowed no little labour and pains on his task. Like all who have yielded to the pleasant fascination of Baxter's life. Mr. Richard Baxter's paraphrase on the Psalms of David in metre: with other hymns / by: Baxter, Richard, Published: () Richard Baxter's farewel sermon: prepared to have been preached to his hearers at Kidderminster at his departure, but forbidden. by: Baxter.
He is history's most familiar figure, yet he is the man no one knows. His impact on the world is immense and non-accidental. From the Dark Ages to Post-Modernity he is the Man who won't go away. And yetyou can miss him in historical lists for many reasons, maybe the most obvious being the way he lived his life. He did not loudly and Reviews: A good Life of Baxter, by the Rev. William Orme, was prefixed to his Practical Works (published in 23 volumes); Dr Calamy abridged his Life and Times. The abridgment forms the first volume of the account of the ejected ministers, but whoever refers to it should also acquaint himself with the reply to the accusations which had been brought.
An attempt towards recovering an account of the numbers and sufferings of the clergy of the Church of England, heads of colleges, fellows, scholars, &c. who were sequester'd, harrass'd, &c. in the late times of the Grand Rebellion: occasion'd by the ninth chapter (now the second volume) of Dr. Calamy's Abridgment of the life of Mr. Baxter: together with an examination of that chapter / by John Walker. Animadversions on Some Passages of Mr. Edmund Calamy's Abridgment of Mr. Richard Baxter's History of His Life and Times; In a Dialogue Betwixt a Church-Man and a Peaceable Dissenter. by a Lover of His Country, and a Friend to Peace. Average Rating: () out of 5 stars Write a review.
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An Abridgement of Mr. Baxter's History of his life and times: With an account of the ministers, &c. who were ejected after the restauration, of King Charles II and the continuation of their history, to the passing of the bill against occasional conformity, in Pages: Full text of " An Abridgement of Mr.
Baxter's History of his life and times: With an account of the ministers, &c. who were ejected after the restauration, of King Charles II and the continuation of their history, to the passing of the bill against occasional conformity, in ". 1st Edition. AN ABRIDGMENT OF MR. BAXTER'S HISTORY OF HIS LIFE AND TIMES.
With an Account of Many Others of Those Worthy Ministers, who were Ejected, after the Restauration of King Charles the Second. Author: Calamy, Edmund; (Richard Baxter) Title: AN ABRIDGMENT OF MR. BAXTER'S HISTORY OF HIS LIFE AND Rating: % positive.
An abridgment of Mr. Baxter's History of his life and times.: With an account of many others of those Worthy Ministers who were Ejected, after the Restauration of King Charles the Second. Their Apology for Themselves and their Adherents ; containing the Grounds of their Nonconformity, and Practise as to Stated and Occasional Communion with the Church of England.
An abridgment of Mr. Baxter's History of his life and times: With an account of many others By Edmund Calamy.
An Abridgement Of Mr. Baxter's History Of His Life And Times: With An Acount of the Ministers, [et]c. who Were Ejected After the Restauration, of King Charles II.
Preview this item Animadversions on some passages: of Mr. Edmund Calamy's abridgment of Mr. Richard Baxter's History of his life and times ; in a dialogue betwixt a church-man and a peaceable dissenter. In which are shewn, The Affection of Him, and his Worthies, to the Establishment in Church and State, and the Tendency of their Principles.
[his] history of his life and times, with an Account of the ministers, &c. who were ejected after the restauration of King Charles II (London, ), also by Edmund Calamy (page images at HathiTrust). Other articles where Mr. Richard Baxter’s Narrative of the Most Memorable Passages of his Life and Times is discussed: Richard Baxter: His autobiographical Reliquiae Baxterianae, or Mr.
Richard Baxter’s Narrative of the Most Memorable Passages of His Life and Times (), still of interest, gives an account of his inner spiritual struggles.
A defence of ministerial conformity to the church of England [Ressource électronique]: In answer to the Misrepresentations Of the Terms thereof By Mr. Calamy In the tenth Chapter of his Abridgment of the History of Mr. Baxter's Life and Times / Ollyffe, John.
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow Full text of "History of his own times". Richard Baxter was born inin Rowton, near Shrewsbury, in Shropshire.
He was the only son of Beatrice Adeney and Richard Baxter, Sr. Because of his father’s gambling habit and inherited debts, and his mother’s poor health, Richard lived with his maternal grandparents for the first ten years of his life.
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His first essay was a table of contents to Baxter's Narrative of his life and times, which was sent to the press in ; he made some remarks on the work itself and added to it an index, and, reflecting on the usefulness of the book, he saw the expediency of continuing it, as.
Richard Baxter's The Saints' Everlasting Rest () has long been recognized as one of the great classics of Christian devotion, and it is by this book that he is best known. The original work consists of some eight hundred thousand words-a clear example of Baxter's prolific pen-yet in Baxter's own life-time it reached twelve editions!/5(26).
Get this from a library. The reasonableness of conformity to the Church of England, represented to the dissenting ministers In answer to the tenth chapter of Mr.
Calamy's Abridgment of Mr. Baxter's History of his life and times. [Benjamin Hoadly]. The prince of Puritan pastors, Richard Baxter was an instrument in such a revival. Baxter possessed that rare combination of a prophet's fiery zeal and a pastor's tender care.
In the year of Baxter was resettled in his old church at Kidderminster. It was here that he sparked and nurtured a mighty revival.
BISHOP BURNET'S HISTORY OF HIS OWN TIMES ABRIDGED BY THE REV. HISTORY OF HIS BOOK OWN TIMES I A RECAPITULATION OF AFFAIRS IN SCOTLAND, BOTH IN CHURCH AND STATE, FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE TROUBLES TO THE RESTORATION OF KING CHARLES IL FROM TO J in his Life of Baxter, prefixed to the complete edition of his works.
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Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian. BAXTER, RICHARD (–), English puritan divine, called by Dean Stanley “the chief of English Protestant Schoolmen,” was born at Rowton, in Shropshire, at the house of his maternal grandfather, in November (probably the 12th) His ancestors had been gentlefolk, but his father had reduced himself to hard straits by loose living.Get this from a library!
The reasonableness of conformity to the church of England: represented to the Dissenting ministers. In answer to the tenth chapter of Mr. Calamy's Abridgement of Mr.
Baxter's history of his life and times. Part I. By Benjamin Hoadly. [Benjamin Hoadly].Edmund Calamy / ABRIDGMENT OF MR BAXTER'S HISTORY OF HIS LIFE AND TIMES 1st $ Being an Abridgment of Burnet's History of the Reformation of the Church of England.
Together with the Sketches of the Lives of Luther, Calvin and Zuingle, The Three Celebrated Reformers of the Continent Time, though it always helps to call prior Seller Rating: % positive.