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Thoughts on the nature of the grand apostacy

Taylor, Henry

Thoughts on the nature of the grand apostacy

with reflections and observations on the XVth chapter of Mr. Gibbon"s History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire : to which are added, three dissertations: I. On the parousia of Christ, II. On the millennium, and the IIId by the late Rev. Mr. Richard Wavell, on prophesy

by Taylor, Henry

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Published by Printed for J. Johnson ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gibbon, Edward, -- 1737-1794.,
  • Apostasy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Henry Taylor ...
    ContributionsWavell, Richard.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[3], xv, 224 p.
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19263383M

    Probably no subject has received less attention from contemporary Christian writers that that of apostasy. The idea that professing Christians may prove not to be true Christians is, in many respects, too serious a prospect for our facile age. But, for John Owen, such avoidance But, for Owen, such avoidance of the issue was itself a pressing reason for writing on it at length and in great. The book's subtitle states that it is a study "considered in the in the light of scriptural and secular history," and includes a discussion of the establishment of Christ's church in the meridian of time, the predictions and causes of its apostasy, or falling away, and the restoration of Christ's church in the Latter-days by a .

    This apostasy lasted until Heavenly Father and His Beloved Son appeared to Joseph Smith in and initiated the Restoration of the fulness of the gospel. Latter-day Saints believe that, through the priesthood conferred to Joseph Smith by the ministering of angels, the authority to act in God’s name was brought back to the earth. And, moreover, an occasion was administered unto thoughts of that nature from my engagement in the exposition of the sixth chapter of the Epistle to the Hebrews, wherein the apostle so eminently describes the nature of total apostasy, with the end of apostates in the righteous judgment of God; for considering the greatness of that sin, and the.

    Book: THE GREAT DREAM, a complete and Scriptural description of the great and final Apostasy of Christendom. Here we are at the end of this age. Most of the leaders of Christendom are proclaiming that Christendom's best days are just ahead of us. In contrast, we have the testimony of Jesus Christ and all of His Apostles that the last days would. This term in Greek (apostasiʹa) comes from a verb literally meaning “to stand away from.”The noun has the sense of “desertion, abandonment, or rebellion.” In the Christian Greek Scriptures, “apostasy” is used primarily with regard to those who defect from true ;.


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Thoughts on the nature of the grand apostacy, (). New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Named Person: Edward Gibbon: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry Taylor. Farther thoughts on the nature of the grand apostacy of the Christian churches, foretold by the Apostles: By Henry Taylor.

Thoughts on the nature of the grand apostacy: With reflections and observations on the XVth chapter of Mr. Gibbon's History To which are added, three dissertations: By Henry Taylor.

Thoughts on the nature of the grand apostacy.: With reflections and observations on the XVth chapter of Mr. Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. To which are added, three dissertations: I.

On the Parousia of Christ: II. On the Millennium: And the IIId by the late Rev. Richard Wavell, on Prophecy. Farther thoughts on the nature of the grand apostacy of the Christian churches, foretold by the Apostles: With Observations on the Laws against Heresy, The Subscription To Articles Of Human Composition, And Other Subjects of the Utmost Importance To The Religion of Protestants, And to Christianity in general.

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Earlier posts offer the book by individual chapters. To the Reader. Chapter 1 - The nature of apostasy from the gospel declared, in an exposition of Hebrews Chapter 2 - Partial apostasy from the gospel - Pretences of the church of Rom against the charge of this evil examined and rejected.

Chapter 3 - Apostasy from the mystery, truth, or doctrine of the gospel - Proneness of persons and churches thereunto - Proved by all sorts of instances.

The Great Apostasy Part I. Introduction Before the end of the world, the Church must undergo her final trial, through which many souls will be lost. The word Apostasy itself means the abandonment of the Faith, and the adjective Great refers to the magnitude of this ultimate apostasy, be it in terms of the number of souls lost.

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on the nature of the apostasy and the timing of the reveal-ing of the MOL.8 Thomas, on the other hand, holds that the of means that the apostasy must precede the revealing of the MOL and that both events are contained within the DOL, and not prior to it.9 Concerning the apostasy, he writes, "An.

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Helpful for missionaries and investigators/5(). He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us.

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Talmage that summarizes the Great Apostasy, Mormon doctrine, from the viewpoint of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).Reviews: Books shelved as apostasy: The Gospel of the Rauschmonstrum by Nick LaTorre, Silence by Shūsaku Endō, A People's History of the United States by Howard Z.

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The Great Apostasy is a concept within Christianity, identifiable at least from the time of the Reformation, to describe a perception that the early apostolic Church has fallen away from the original faith founded by Jesus and promulgated through his twelve Apostles.

Protestants used the term to describe the perceived fallen state of traditional Christianity, especially the Roman Catholic. It’s a fairly common question for non-Latter-day Saints first learning about the apostasy of the early church. And it’s a valid one. Surely, one of the purposes of Christ’s ministry was to establish His church on the earth.

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