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The works of the Right Reverend Thomas Newton ... with some account of his life, and anecdotes of several of his friends written by himself.

Autore: Thomas Newton
Editore: London, Printed for John, Francis, and Charles Rivington, 1787.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : English : 2d edVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Genere/forma: Sermons
Commentaries Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800
Persona incaricata: Thomas Newton
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Thomas Newton
Numero OCLC: 5791751
Note: "This edition does not contain the work on the Prophecies which went through many editions separately." cf. Dict. of Nat. biog.
Descrizione: 6 volumes ; 22 cm
Contenuti: v. 2. Dissertation V. On the confusion of language, the dispersion of mankind, and origin of nations --
Dissertation VI. On the history of Abraham --
Dissertation VII. On Abraham's offering up Isaac --
Dissertation VIII. On the remainder of Abraham's history, and the state of religion in his time --
Dissertation IX. On the history of the patriarchs after Abraham --
Dissertation X. On the history of the patriarchs after Isaac --
Dissertation X. On David and Nathan --
Dissertation XII. On religious melancholy --
Dissertation XIII. On self-love --
Dissertation XIV. On God's omnipresence --
Dissertation XV. On the goodness of God. v. 3. Dissertation XVI. Religion our greatest pleasure --
Dissertation XVII. Religion our greatest comfort --
Dissertation XVIII. On the government of our thoughts --
Dissertation XIX. On the government of the tongue --
Dissertation XX. Men the authors of their own misery and happiness --
Dissertation XXI. On a cheerful and a wounded spirit --
Dissertation XXII. On flattery --
Dissertation XXIII. On reproof --
Dissertation XXIV. Agur's wish --
Dissertation XXV. On public worship --
Dissertation XXVI. On dreams --
Dissertation XXVII. On the abuse of names and words --
Dissertation XXVIII. On modesty and shame --
Dissertation XXIX. Against learned pride --
Dissertation XXX. On the philosophy of scripture --
Occasional sermons I. On forms of prayer, and particularly those of the Church of England --
Sermon II. Pharisaism and popery paralleled --
Sermon III. Preached before the House of Commons during the rebellion, 1745 --
Sermon IV. On our Saviour's choice of his apostles --
Sermon V. God and the King --
Sermon VI. Good Samaritan --
Sermon VII. On moderation --
Sermon VIII. Gospel preached to the poor --
Sermon IX. On the imperfect reception of the Gospel --
Charges I. On reading the scriptures, 1763 --
Charge II. On the increase of popery, 1766 --
Charge III. On the licentiousness of the times 1770 --
Charge IV. On the late attempts against the church, 1773 --
Charge V. Dissuasive from schism, 1776 and 1777. v. 4. Dissertation I. On the expediency of the Christian revelation --
Dissertation II. On the expediency of writing the scriptures --
Dissertation III. On John the Baptist --
Dissertation IV. On our Saviour's incarnation --
Dissertation V. On our Saviour's nativity --
Dissertation VI. On the time of our Saviour's appearing --
Dissertation VII. On the names Jesus and Christ --
Dissertation VIII. On our Saviour's private life --
Dissertation IX. On our Saviour's temptation --
Dissertation X. On fasting --
Dissertation XI. On swearing --
Dissertation XII. On the Lord's Prayer --
Dissertation XIII. On the daily service of the church --
Dissertation XIV. On our Saviour's miracles --
Dissertation XV. On the demoniacs --
Dissertation XVI. On the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost --
Dissertation XVII. On the parable of the tares --
Dissertation XVIII. On heresies and schisms --
Dissertation XIX. On the two great commandments --
Dissertation XX. On the parable of the talents. v. 5. Dissertation XXI. Explanation of St. Mark ix, 49, 50 --
Dissertation XXII. On the character of the prodigal --
Dissertation XXIII. Against luxury --
Dissertation XXIV-XXV. On our saviour's discourse with the woman of Samaria --
Dissertation XXVI. On our Saviour's eloquence --
Dissertation XXVII. Christianity our true liberty --
Dissertation XXVIII. On the Christian sacraments --
Dissertation XXIX. On the infidelity of the Jews --
Dissertation XXX. On the sufferings of Christ --
Dissertation XXXI. On the resurrection of Christ --
Dissertation XXXII. On Christ's rising again on the third day --
Dissertation XXXIII. On our Saviour's ascension --
Dissertation XXXIV. On the use of reason on religion --
Dissertation XXXV. On mysteries --
Dissertation XXXVI. On the long life of St. John --
Dissertation XXXVII. On St. Paul's eloquence --
Dissertation XXXVIII. St. Paul before Felix --
Dissertation XXXIX. St. Paul at Melita --
Dissertation XL. On confirmation --
Dissertation XLI. On love of novelty --
Dissertation XLII. Against running in debt --
Dissertation XLIII. St. Paul's description of charity --
Dissertation XLIV. On knowing ourselves --
Dissertation XLV. On anger. v. 6. Dissertation XLVI. On the beauty of virtue --
Dissertation XLVII. On conversation --
Dissertation XLVIII. On abstaining from all appearance of evil --
Dissertation XLIX. On the prevalence of popery --
Dissertation L. On the nature and conditions of angels --
Dissertation LI. On the infidelity of the present age --
Dissertation LII. On the recompense of the reward --
Dissertation LIII. On the sin which easily besets us --
Dissertation LIV. Romish clergy lords over God's heritage --
Dissertation LV. On the cessation of miracles --
Dissertation LVI. On the difficulties of scripture --
Dissertation LVII. On the intermediate state of the soul between death and the resurrection --
Dissertation LVIII. On the general resurrection --
Dissertation LIX. On the general judgment --
Dissertation LX. On the final state and condition of men.

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