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The works of that faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Dr. Thom. Taylor, sometimes minister of the gospel in Aldermanbury, London. Not hitherto published, (though earnestly desired by very many experimental Christians,) because the iniquity of those times could not bear such burning and shining light, as is here handed forth in these several treatises following. 1. Catechistical exercises. page 1. 2 Jaylors conversion. p.169. 3. Famine of the word. p.205. 4. Peters repentence. 5. Judas repentence. 6 The owle of the Gospel. p.395. 7. The stranger at home. p.407. 8. The green and dry tree. p.413. 9 A paterne of peace. p.418. 10. A caveat against offences. p.422. 11 Nicolatian doctrine hateful. p.432. 12 Moderation in things of this life. p.449. 13 a precedent for preachers. p.453. 14. Excuse of a good Christian. p. 459. 15. Two contrary masters. p.475. 16. The house of God. 17 Badge of a true Christian. 18 Jephthah's vow. 19. New mappe of Rome. 20. Labour in vain. 21 Against following the multitude. 22. Divers other sermons. To these pieces (which were never before printed,) are added two ancient treatises of the same authour viz. 23. Kings bath. 24. Principles of Christian practice. The life of this reverend author is prefixed. Author in epist. quadam dedicat. Utinam in eo omnia essent adeò ex voto composita ut nulla ex parte doctorum judicia reformidem. Præjudicia non moror, omnes indignitates tacito moerore paratior devorare, quàm ut ecclesio pro mensu, & modulo meo non prosim Preview this item
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The works of that faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Dr. Thom. Taylor, sometimes minister of the gospel in Aldermanbury, London. Not hitherto published, (though earnestly desired by very many experimental Christians,) because the iniquity of those times could not bear such burning and shining light, as is here handed forth in these several treatises following. 1. Catechistical exercises. page 1. 2 Jaylors conversion. p.169. 3. Famine of the word. p.205. 4. Peters repentence. 5. Judas repentence. 6 The owle of the Gospel. p.395. 7. The stranger at home. p.407. 8. The green and dry tree. p.413. 9 A paterne of peace. p.418. 10. A caveat against offences. p.422. 11 Nicolatian doctrine hateful. p.432. 12 Moderation in things of this life. p.449. 13 a precedent for preachers. p.453. 14. Excuse of a good Christian. p. 459. 15. Two contrary masters. p.475. 16. The house of God. 17 Badge of a true Christian. 18 Jephthah's vow. 19. New mappe of Rome. 20. Labour in vain. 21 Against following the multitude. 22. Divers other sermons. To these pieces (which were never before printed,) are added two ancient treatises of the same authour viz. 23. Kings bath. 24. Principles of Christian practice. The life of this reverend author is prefixed. Author in epist. quadam dedicat. Utinam in eo omnia essent adeò ex voto composita ut nulla ex parte doctorum judicia reformidem. Præjudicia non moror, omnes indignitates tacito moerore paratior devorare, quàm ut ecclesio pro mensu, & modulo meo non prosim

Author: Thomas Taylor; Edmund Calamy; Arthur Jackson; Simeon Ashe
Publisher: London : Printed by T.R. & E.M. for John Bartlet the elder, and John Bartlet the younger, and are to be sold at the Golden Cup near Austins gate in the new buildings., 1653.
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Early works
Early works to 1800
Named Person: Thomas Taylor; Thomas Taylor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Taylor; Edmund Calamy; Arthur Jackson; Simeon Ashe
OCLC Number: 913022095
Notes: 11 of the sermons have separate titlepages dated 1653. The text is continuous despite the irregular pagination.
Description: [22], 314, 73, [1], 317-386, [2], 395-457, [3], 459-534, [2], 539-659, [3], 133, [7] pages ; 2o
Responsibility: published according to his own manuscripts, by Edm. Calamy, Arthur Jackson, Simeon Ash, William Strong, John Griffith, Thom. Manton, Joseph Carryl, William Greenhil, Thomas Brookes, Ralph Vening, William Jemmat.

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