2 edition of The Hypocritical Christian, or, The conventicling citizen displayed found in the catalog.
The Hypocritical Christian, or, The conventicling citizen displayed
|Other titles||Hypocritical Christian, Conventicling citizen displayed, Hypocritical Christian., Conventicling citizen displayed.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 385:3.|
|The Physical Object|
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The Hypocritical Christian, or, The conventicling citizen displayed: shewing the refractory temper of the Whiggish party of the town, in opposition to the establish't religion.
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This is a shortened form of the preposition an (which was used before the vowel sound); as in a hunting, a building, a begging. The importance of Christian belief and practice to life in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries cannot be over-estimated, and Chapter 7 examines the place of reading and belief in the lives of two women from quite different strata of seventeenth-century Christian society.
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Through faith the Christian is the freest master of all, while through love the Christian is the most dutiful servant of all. Love flows from faith and freely helps the neighbour, so that ‘each one should become as it were Christ to the other and Christ may be the same in all, that is, that we may be truly Christian’.