A candid examination of the reasons why the people, called Quakers, do not pay tithes

Recommended to the consideration of those whom it may concern. By the late Rev. H. Wolstenholme, ...
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printed for Z. Stuart , London
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 8791, no. 11.
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Pagination[2],x,71,[1]p.
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By the late Rev. Wolstenholme, M.A. Rector of Liverpool. [Henry Wolstenholme]. Get this from a library. The examiner examined: or, H. Wolstenholme's examination of the reasons why the people called Quakers do not pay tithes, considered: and the Conduct and Doctrine of the said People vindicated against his unjust Reflections upon them.

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book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : John Gough. The cry of the oppressed from under their oppressions, ascending up to Him, who will rebuke the oppressor and devourer, and deliver the innocent: some of the sufferings of the people of God, called Do not pay tithes book, concerning tythes and oaths, &c.: by the branches which are a new springing forth of the remainder of the bitter root of Episcopacy, which yet remaineth unplucked up in the rigid.

Full text of "The recorder: being a collection of tracts and disquisitions, chiefly relative to the modern state and principles of the people called Quakers" See other formats. a new category of members who were converted but did not have full communion rights. Also allowed children of converted members to have church membership if they were not baptized.

Showed how law, reason, and logic was hindering church participation, it was the puritan's called Quakers of trying to revive the people during a more secular time period.

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Why I Believed: Reflections of a Former Missionary () Kenneth W. Daniels. Author Website. Kenneth W. Daniels (), former evangelical missionary with Wycliffe Bible Translators, received his BS in computer science and engineering from LeTourneau University, Longview, Texas, and a one-year certificate in biblical studies from Columbia Biblical Seminary (now Columbia International.

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Firstly, not all Protestant denominations embrace Sola Scriptura. Secondly, it's also important to remember that many of those who do, use the term in a very different way that is popularly understood.

"Sola Scriptura" originally came out of the. We do not rely solely upon science and reason, because these are necessary rather than sufficient factors, but we distrust anything that contradicts science or outrages reason. We may differ on many things, but what we respect is free inquiry, open mindedness, and the pursuit of.

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An examination of a book, lately printed by the Quakers; and by them distributed to the members of both houses of Parliament, entitled, A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people called Quakers, in the exchequer, ecclesiastical, and other courts; for demands recoverable by the acts made in the 7th and 8th years of the reign of.

A breife discovery of the people called Quakers and a warning to all people to beware of them, and of the their dangerous principles: being a true narrative of the sum and substance of two disputes with them at two severall meetings, that is to say, with John Whitehead at Gedney in Lincoln-shire, Sept.

2, and with George Whitehead and George. A collection of the sufferings of the people called Quakers, for the testimony of a good conscience from the time of their being first distinguished by that name in the year to the time of the act commonly called the Act of toleration granted to Protestant dissenters in the first year of the reign of King William the Third and Queen Mary.

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Pages 1 and 4 of The Pennsylvania Gazette, Number XL, the first number after Franklin took control. xxi. First page of The New England Courant of December33 "I was employed to carry the papers thro' the streets to the customers" 36 "She, standing at the door, saw me, and thought I made, as I certainly did, a most awkward, ridiculous appearance".

The Religious Beliefs Of Our Presidents by Franklin Steiner. NOTE: This work is not the complete book, the parts done are complete in themselves. An account of the religious beliefs, and lack of such beliefs, of our chief executives, and a chronicle of the more important religious events and.

John Lilburne is a name that deserves to live in the future, not only to be remembered as a champion of liberty but also as one of the very first libertarians of England and indeed the world. In his own day, he was described as a Leveller, a term he did not like.

He usually preceded it with words like "falsely so called" or "commonly (though unjustly) styled" to make his point. As one. This power was in the people. They did not give it up to the members of the Convention. If, therefore, they had not this power, they assumed it.

It is the interest of every man, who is a friend to liberty, to oppose the assumption of power as soon as possible. I see no reason why they assumed this power. Matters may be carried still farther. These stanch Presbyterians, supporting their own churches voluntarily, were, in addition, compelled to pay tithes for the support of the Church of Ireland, an Anglican organization, which represented only a small minority of the people.

Byit has been estimated thatpeople of this racial group had found homes in America. in England, seem to have been the reasons why more people, and many besides Quakers, came to take advantage of that fertile soil.

The first great increase of alien population came from Germany, which was still in a state of religious turmoil, disunion, and depression from the results of the Reformation and the Thirty Years' War. The Quaker Ethic and the Fixed Price Policy: Max Weber and Beyond * The Quaker Ethic and the Fixed Price Policy: Max Weber and Beyond * Kent, Stephen A.

During the later years of his life, Max Weber felt a deep, personal respect for Quakerism, a respect he revealed in some of his letters and conversations. For him, the â Quaker ethicâ of â a consciously responsible.

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Most people do not see miracles. They have to believe the words of a prophet of some kind, or the words written by prophets.” the succession of miracles and revelations were there, and not by people looking for miracles and revelation as the people in Fatima and the evangelists.

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understand why people today drink liquor and why they smoke cigarettes—it is before them all the time. The Lord knew human nature. He knew us. And He told His people to get the Word where they would see it.

It was on their doorposts, on their gates, and they wore it on their garments. And they were to talk about it when they were walking. What he wants to do and what he does differs greatly because of his selfish heart, also called the old man, the body of sin, or the body of death by the Apostle; some may call this the "sinful nature".

I do not mind labeling this "old man" the "sinful nature" as long as we understand that this wicked nature is acquired, not inherited. The reason why such a, and that, default, ‘due testing of the Spirits’ is indeed important is that, God will indeed call whomever He variously sees is capable/fit, as He has deemed worthy, for such a prophetic ministry, because, unlike humans, He looks on the heart and not on outward appearances and thus will see who is “deserving” to.The only reason of their quarrels with Louis XIV.

was on account of his ambition. It has not been without some difficulty that liberty has been established in England, and the idol of arbitrary power has been drowned in seas of blood; nevertheless, the English do not think they have purchased their laws at. 1) You are correct Dr.

J. 2) Actually, that is why I am a Christian. The basis, foundation, and entire premise upon which Christianity (once again, I mean TRUE Christianity, not simply the label itself) was established was the fact that Jesus Christ came to earth to live as a man in order to die on the cross and rise from the dead for our sins and save us from Hell (eternal damnation) if we.