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Sermons preached by Dr. Robert Leighton, late archbishop of Glasgow

Leighton, Robert

Sermons preached by Dr. Robert Leighton, late archbishop of Glasgow

published at the desire of his friends, after his death, from his papers written with his own hand

by Leighton, Robert

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Published by Printed for S.K. and are to be sold by Awnsham and John Churchill ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century

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    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1445:9
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[12], 322 p
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15031747M

      Dr. John Gossip, a theologian from Scotland wrote “It is held by many people as a first axiom that holiness is a dull affair, and God’s company intolerably dreary and that for Continue reading this sermon illustration (Free with PRO)/5(). 43 |The sermons preached at conventicles, which are ordinarily circulated, are a very unsafe rule by which to judge of the talents of the preachers, and the quality of the discourses which they actually delivered. William Strahan, David Dickson, Robert Baillie, John Neave, Edward Calderwood and Robert Leighton, afterwards Archbishop of.

      There are several collections of sermons from Scotland, including three volumes by Robert Leighton, archbishop of Glasgow (MSS. Rawl. D. , E. ), and a series of notes recording sermons by a number of Scottish preachers in (MS. Rawl. C. 26). Lunchtime lecture by Rev Gary Brady Monday 18 October Alexander MacLaren () This year sees the one hundredth anniversary of the death of the Baptist minister Alexander Maclaren. May 5, , was the exact day of his death, at the age of He died in Edinburgh, after a 65 year long ministry. He.

    Among the Protestant archbishops space will only permit us recording the names of John Spottiswood () and Robert Leighton (). [84] Glasgow has passed through the various stages of burgh, burgh of barony, burgh of regality, city, royal burgh, and county of . Robert Leighton (–) was archbishop of Glasgow and a Scottish Presbyterian minister. Spurgeon called Leighton’s commentary on 1 Peter “a true heavenly work.” Griffith Thomas (–) was a leading evangelical writer and Anglican vicar of the central London parish of St. Paul’s at the turn of the twentieth century.


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Church of Scotland -- Sermons. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Church of Scotland; Sermons; Filed under: Church of Scotland -- Sermons The Crook in the Lot, by Thomas Boston (HTML at ); Great precious promises, or, Some sermons concerning the promises and the right application thereof whereunto are added some other concerning the.

The Judgement of the late Archbishop of Armagh Twenty sermons preached at Oxford () Robert Leighton (–) took it as the model of his experiments in the dioceses of Dunblane and Glasgow.

Another surreptitious edition, with more correct title, having been issued in (after Ussher’s death), the original was published. Sermons by Bible: Sermons by Category: Sermons by Topic: Sermons by Speaker: Sermons by Language: Sermons by Date: Staff Picks: Comments, ALL sec: Top Sermons: Online Bible: Hymnal: Daily Reading: Our Services: Broadcaster Dashboard: Members Only.

Robert was in prison when Wallace won at Stirling Bridge and was held captive for the next three years. On 27 JunePope Boniface VIII wrote to Edward, saying that he had heard that he had imprisoned and harshly treated Robert, bishop of Glasgow, Mark, bishop of Sodor, and other ecclesiastics, and urges their release.

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Robert M. Laird, by Irving Spencer.() ()."He has the new guise of preaching," said Baillie, speaking of Mr. Andrew Gray, who was the son of Sir James Gray, and one of the ministers of the High Church of Glasgow, "which Mr. Hugh Binning and Mr.

Robert Leighton began, [not] containing the ordinary way of expounding and dividing a text, of raising doctrines and uses, but runs out on a.