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The eye and wheel of providence, or, A treatise proving that there is a divine providence ...
|Other titles||Treatise proving that there is a divine providence, Treatise proving that there is a divine providence.|
|Statement||by W. Gearing ...|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 418:8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 349 p.|
|Number of Pages||349|
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Published: () An ordination sermon delivered at a meeting of the Ohio Presbytery, at the forks of Wheeling, April 20th, by: Member of said Presbytery.
The Puritan writer Thomas Watson has the following notes on providence writing that. There is no such thing as chance or blind fate—but there is a providence which guides and governs the world.
(see Pr ) Providence is God's ordering all outcomes and events of things, after the counsel of his will, to his own glory.  I call providence—God's ordering things, to distinguish it from. Full text of "Solitude improved by divine meditation; or, A treatise proving the duty, and demonstrating the " See other formats.
Averroes argues that there are two arguments for God's existence that he deems logically sound and in accordance to the Quran; the arguments from "providence" and "from invention".
The providence argument considers that the world and the universe seem finely tuned to support human life. Averroes cited the sun, the moon, the rivers, the seas and Born:Córdoba, Al-Andalus, Almoravid emirate.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Table of Contents Abstract Introduction 1.
Windows on the traditional proofs of God. Aristotle on the Supreme Being. To battle over universals. Anselm of Canterbury's ontological proof. The "quinque viis" of Thomas Aquinas. Ockham's first Conserver. Cusanus and the coincidentia oppositorum.
The Cartesian proofs of God. David Hume and the cause of order. For the proof, then, of the divine authority of the Scriptures unto him or them who, as yet, on no account whatever do acknowledge it — I shall only suppose that, by the providence of God, the book itself be so brought unto him or them, as that he or they be engaged to the consideration of it, or do attend to the reading of it, This is the.
The proof of this is entirely wanting; nay, there is proof to the contrary: it was the present inequality of divine providence, that is, the sufferings to which the righteous are often subjected and the signal prosperity of wicked men, of which Job complained; and which, for a time, until they took into account a future state of recompense.
A Treatise on the Soul. 1 [Translated by Peter Holmes, D.D.]Chapter I.-It is Not to the Philosophers that We Resort for Information About the Soul But to God. 2 Having discussed with Hermogenes the single point of the origin of the soul, so far as his assumption led me, that the soul consisted rather in an adaptation 3 of matter than of the inspiration 4 of God, I now turn to the other.
Exposition - Explanatory Notes and Quaint Sayings Hints to the Village Preacher - Works Upon This Psalm SUBJECT. This is a choice song for the redeemed of the Lord (Ps ).
Although it celebrates providential deliverances, and therefore may be sung by any man whose life has been preserved in time of danger; yet under cover or this, it mainly magnifies the Lord for spiritual blessings, of.
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THE DOMINION OF PROVIDENCE OVER THE PASSIONS OF MEN  John Witherspoon THE BIBLE AND THE SWORD  John Fletcher GOD ARISING AND PLEADING HIS PEOPLE’S CAUSE  Abraham Keteltas DIVINE JUDGMENTS UPON TYRANTS  Jacob Cushing A SERMON ON THE DAY OF THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE.
The fathers of old arranged for the burial of their bodies, so as to show that “the bodies of the dead” are the object of Divine providence, not that there is any feeling in a dead body, but in order to confirm the belief in the resurrection, as Augustine says (De Civ.
Dei i, 13). This uncomfortable fact later made Augustine squirm in his theological treatise City of God (book 6, chapter 11) as he tried mightily to explain away Seneca’s glaring omission. In the 4th century, Christian scribes were so desperate to co-opt Seneca they even forged a series of correspondence between Seneca and his “dearest” friend, the.
There is in these works of Nature which seem to puzzle reason, something divine, that hath more in it than the eye of a common spectator doth discover.
Some, upon the courage of a fruitful issue, wherein, as in the truest chronicle, they seem to outlive themselves, can with greater patience away with death. PREFACE. The first Edition of the English Translation of Maimonides’ Dalalāt al-Hairin being exhausted without having fully supplied the demand, I prepared a second, revised edition of the Translation.
In the new edition the three volumes of the first edition have been reduced to one volume by the elimination of the notes; besides Hebrew words and phrases have been eliminated or transliterated. The functions, or uses of the several parts have been briefly and plainly detailed; making a primary treatise on human physiology.
To make a knowledge of the structure and functions of the different organs practical, the laws of the several parts, and the conditions on which health depends, have been clearly and succinctly explained. Hence it may be called a treatise on the principles.
But there is a providence attending. the unhappy friends to their conntry, that pnts it out of his. power to injure them, other than imprisonment.—Such. was the precipitate flight he made, to save his neck from.
the halter, that he had no time to move off a single paper. Some there are who seem to fear such fate for the book they dearly love.
On the other hand, there are multitudes who calmly admit the claims of science, and at the same time continue to read and study the pages of the Old Testament, assured that it can still furnish nourishment to their spiritual natures.
Conquered, captive, castaway – thus ends the story of Judah as an independent kingdom. There is always the double aspect to be kept in view – the human and the Divine. In the foreground, and in the immediate sense, is the human failure, as seen in the kings and the multitude.
But on the Divine side there is the picture of ultimate triumph. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] TO THE HYPOCRITE READERS; Who have the Name of Christians, and the Hearts and Lives of Atheists and Ʋnbelievers.
I T is the great Mercy of God to you, that you were born of Christian Parents, and in a Land where Christianity is the professed Religion, and under Go∣vernours and Laws which countenance it: But this which should have helped you to the. there is a house and barn on said place, a good bearing.
orchard, some peach and cherry trees, a spring of good. water near the door, 7 or 8 acres of meadow cleared, and. more to be made; there are about 70 or 80 acres of cleared. land, the rest timber. Any person inclining to purchase.
said plantation, may know the terms by applying to. The prayer in Book III seems to be a turning point in the book to "stronger remedies." The discussion moves to a more theological footing as Boethius is restored.
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MedLXXV:2 The variability seen among and between generations is perceived but explained at this early date not on the basis of genetics but by Divine Providence. MedLXXX:1 A reference to Euclid’s Elements iii, a triangle drawn within a semi-circle always contains a right-angle. INTRODUCTION TO THE PENTATEUCH.
The Title: Pentateuch. The title, Pentateuch, is the Greek name given by the LXX translators to the five books of Moses, the name by which they were known among the Jews being “The Law,” the Scriptures it is called “The Book of the Law” (2 Kings ), “The Book of the Covenant” (2 Kings ; 2 Kings ; 2 Chronicles ), “The Book.
“The enactments of this lawgiver [Moses] are firm, not shaken by commotions, not liable to alteration, but stamped as it were with the seal of Nature herself” (Philo, A Treatise on the Life of Moses, –14).“And [Moses’] exordium [of his laws, i.e., Genesis –] is most admirable; embracing the creation of the world, under the idea that the Law corresponds to the world and.
Verses SUBJECT, etc. This is a choice song for the redeemed of the Lord (Psalms ).Although it celebrates providential deliverances, and therefore may be sung by any man whose life has been preserved in time of danger; yet under cover of this, it mainly magnifies the Lord for spiritual blessings, of which temporal favours are but types arid shadows.
The displaying of supposed witchcraft wherein is affirmed that there are many sorts of deceivers and impostors and divers persons under a passive delusion of melancholy and fancy, but that there is a corporeal league made betwixt the Devil and the witch is utterly denied and disproved: wherein also is handled, the existence of angels and spirits, the truth of apparitions, the nature of.
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Outside Jerusalem there was a watering-place, the popular resort for invalids. At a certain season an angel troubled the water. That angel has his counterpart in the angel of healing, that in our day steps into the mineral springs or into the salt sea, where multitudes who are worn out with commercial or professional anxieties, as well as these who are affected with disease, go and are cured.
one wheel--The "dreadful height" of the wheel indicates the gigantic, terrible energy of the complicated revolutions of God's providence, bringing about His purposes with unerring certainty.
One wheel appeared traversely within another, so that the movement might be without turning, whithersoever the living creatures might advance (Eze ).
Father Samuel Mazzuchelli’s memoirs were written in during a visit home to Italy to recruit missionaries and raise funds to purchase Sinsinawa Mound, where he intended to found a seminary. He passed away inthus, his book dates from only the middle of his missionary activity, and prior to founding the Dominican Sisters.
Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Library. (Год издания не указан). (В файле с.).This volume of John Donne's writings begins with a biography of John Donne's life, as told by Donne's writer friend, Izaak gives readers a close look at Donne's past, which was plagued with the loss of many close family members.Chapter I.
It is Not to the Philosophers that We Resort for Information About the Soul But to God.  Having discussed with Hermogenes the single point of the origin of the soul, so far as his assumption led me, that the soul consisted rather in an adaptation  of matter than of the inspiration  of God, I now turn to the other questions incidental to the subject; and (in my.
The relation of Divine Providence is therefore not the same to all men; the greater the human perfection a person has attained, the greater the benefit he derives from Divine Providence.
This benefit is very great in the case of prophets, and varies according to the degree of their prophetic faculty: as it varies in the case of pious and good.