3 edition of The innocency of involuntary error asserted and vindicated found in the catalog.
The innocency of involuntary error asserted and vindicated
Arthur Ashley Sykes
by Printed by B. Flower, for D. Eaton... and M. Jones... in Harlow
Written in English
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And the author of the Book of Wisdom gives us an account what acknowledgments some will make when it shall be too late, as to their own advantage: Chapter , “They shall say, crying out, because of the trouble of their minds, This is he whom we accounted a scorn, and a common reproach. ) To adorn, as a book or page with borders, initial letters, or miniature pictures in colors and gold, as was done in manuscripts of the Middle Ages. Illuminate (v. t.) To make plain or clear; to dispel the obscurity to by knowledge or reason; to explain; to elucidate; as, to illuminate a text, a problem, or a duty.
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Page A I. Page B ~~1~~~~~ HIo. Page 1 IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL, CONSIDERED IN THE LIGHT OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, THE TESTIMONY OF REASON AND NATURE, AND THE VARIOUS PHENOMENA OF LIFE AND DEATIIH. "Immortality o'ersweeps All pains, all tears, all time, all fears; and peals Like the eternal thunders of the deep, Into my heart this truth-THou Uv'SI FR "EN I".
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According to the detailed account of his childhood which he gave to Aubrey, his chief amusement consisted in “looking on the artificers, e.g. smyths, the watchmaker, carpenters, joiners, etc.”2 until he “could have worked at any of their trades.” “At. 1. His great pleasure and contentment is asserted and professed, I will delight myself.
2. The object of it, in thy commandments. 3. The fundamental reason or bottom cause of this delight, which I have loved. Doct. A gracious heart doth Jove and delight in the commandments of God: the godly are described by it.Full text of "An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures" See other formats.Regeneration, then, is not involuntary, but a change of will, and a change of character--a departing from a state of sinfulness to a state of holiness.
How much virtue would there be in involuntary holiness, a state into which man should be brought independently of his own consent, in which he has no agency? Certainly none at all.