Irenicum ecclesiasticum, or A humble impartial essay upon the peace of Jerusalem
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Irenicum ecclesiasticum, or A humble impartial essay upon the peace of Jerusalem wherein the analogy between Jerusalem and the visible church is in some instances, briefly hinted. The nature, the order, the union, of the visible church, together with her terms of communion, are particularly considered, and their excellency opened. Moreover the following important points are largely explain"d. 1. What is to be understood by the peace of Jerusalem. 2. What by praying for the peace of Jerusalem. 3. How, and why we should pray for its peace and prosperity. Under the aforesaid general heads, the following particulars are discuss"d, viz. the nature, kinds, hindrances, means and motives, of peace and union, together with an answer to objections. : Also a prefatory address to the synods of New-York & Philadelphia. by Gilbert Tennent

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Published by Printed and sold by W. Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible in Second-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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  • Presbyterianism.,
  • Christianity -- United States.

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Edition Notes

StatementBy Gilbert Tennent, A.M. ; [Five lines of quotations]
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 6423.
ContributionsPresbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of New York (1745-1758), Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of Philadelphia.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 141, [1] p.
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14608553M

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Irenicum Ecclesiasticum, or a Humble Impartial Essay Upon the Peace of Jerusalem: Wherein the Analogy Between Jerusalem and the Visible Church Is in Some Instances, Briefly Hinted; The Nature, the Order, the Union, of the Visible Church, Together with Her by.   In addition to the sermons published in Archibald Alexander's Sermons and Essays by the Tennents and Their Contemporaries, Tennent published Twenty-three Sermons on Man's Chief End, Defensive War Defended, and Irenicum Ecclesiasticum: A Humble Impartial Essay Upon the Peace of Jerusalem (and probably more - if you know of others, let us know). Reformed Beliefs T. 1 Irenicum Ecclesiasticum; or, A Humble Impartial Essay upon the Peace of Jerusalem, wherein the Analogy between Jerusalem and the Visible Church is in some instances briefly Hinted. The Nature, the Order, the Union, of the Visible Church, together with her Terms of Communion, are particularly considered, and their. In Gilbert Tennent published his Irenicum Ecclesiasticum, or A Humble, Impartial Essay upon the Peace of Jerusalem. By this time the revival enthusiasm had cooled and both the Old Side as well as the New Side Synods were willing to make concessions.

Tr/NQ [a few signs of dog-earing including marking of Newton’s name in the text of p. ; presentation inscription on fly-leaf ‘Pour Monsieur Newton Par son tres humble serviteur Remond de Monmort’. [H] — An essay for discharging the debts of the nation, by equivalents: in a letter to The Right Hon ble Charles, Earl of Sunderland. This led to the for peace with their confederated brethren. The five cantons gave up First Peace of Cappel, Nov. 16, the deed of confederation with Austria, which the mediators inmiediately tore in pieces they agreed to pay the costs of the war, and conceded that in the bailiwicks each congregation should decide by vote upon matters of faith. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. § Conversions of Protestant Princes.―The first reigning prince who became a convert to Romanism was the Margrave James III. of went over in A.D. (§ , 4), but as his death occurred soon after, his conduct had little influence upon his greater consequence was the conversion, in A.D. , of the Count-palatine Wolfgang William of Neuburg, as it prepared the.

Irenicum ecclesiasticum, or A humble impartial essay upon the peace of Jerusalem, wherein the analogy between Jerusalem and the visible church is in some instances, briefly hinted. The nature, the order, the union, of the visible church, together with her terms of communion, are particularly considered, and their excellency opened. A holy soul cannot live upon the air of man's applause, nor upon the shell of ordinances, without God who is the kernel and the life of all: it is the love of God that brings them thither, and it is love that they are exercising there, and the end of love, even the nearer approach . He went over in A.D. (§ , 4), but as his death occurred soon after, his conduct had little influence upon his people. Of greater consequence was the conversion, in A.D. , of the Count-palatine Wolfgang William of Neuburg, as it prepared the way for the catholicizing of the whole Palatinate, which followed in A.D. Each main part opens with utter­ances upon the importance and responsibility of Ezekiel's office. The contents vary in a character­istic manner. As long as Jerusalem was standing, the announcement of coming judgment predomi­nated; what had been God's kingdom was to fall utterly; when that had come to pass, the work of reconstruction was to.