judgement of an university-man concerning M. William Chillingworth

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Chillingworth, William, -- 1602-1644, Miserere -- Meditat
Other titlesHeautomachia. M. Chillingworth against himself
Statement1639, by Matthew Wilson; [and, The contrition of a Protestant preacher, 1615, by James Wadsworth.]
SeriesEnglish recusant literature, 1558-1640 -- v. 150
ContributionsWadsworth, James, 1572?-1623.
The Physical Object
Pagination[5] 158, 46 [26] 112 p.
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Open LibraryOL16515126M
ISBN 100859671070

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Original t.p.s. read: The iudgment of an vniversity-man concerning M. William Chillingworth his late pamphlet, in answere to Charity maintayned. ; The contrition of a Protestant preacher, converted to be a Catholiqve scholler.

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William Chillingworth (12 October – 30 January ) was a controversial English churchman. William Chillingworth, 18th-century engraving by Francis Kyte. Early life. He was born in Oxford, where his father served as mayor; William Laud was his godfather. In June. The judgement of an university-man [concerning M.

William Chillingworth], / Matthew Wilson. The contrition of a protestant preacher, / James Wadsworth Knott, Edward, [ Book: ] At 4 libraries. Chillingworth's "Religion of Protestants,"' Ghent,4to.

In Baillie's 'Apologia for the Reformed Churches,' Cambridge,is 'The Judgement of an University-man [Thomas Smith] concerning Mr. Knot's last book against Mr, Chillingworth,' described by Knott himself as a 'witty, erudite, and solid work.' 7.

Title Sources; Additional discourses of Mr. Chillingworth: An admonition concerning a publick fast the just causes we have for it, from the full growth of sin, and the near approaches of God's judgments: and the manner of performance to obtain the desired effects thereof, which ought to be other than our Common Forms, and with stricter acts of moritication than is usual amongst us: with an.

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William Chillingworth: a Study - Volume 6 Issue 2 - J. Waller. page note 6 MS. Rawlinson B.‘The Bishop (Laud) for this purpose (recovery of Chillingworth) made choice of Dr.

Wedderburne, a Scottishman, prebendary of Ely who presently upon the Bishop's notice came up and received the King–s command to answer that paper.’ Though inaccurate in quoting St. Omer and not. Thomas Smith (translator and controversialist) replied to this in The Judgment of an University-man concerning Mr.

Knot's last book against Mr. Chillingworth (a preface to his translation of Jean Daillé's Apologia for the Reformed Churches, Cambridge, ), described by Knott himself as a. Chillingworth was known as a truly honest judge. He was a stickler for the law and punctuality.

He was the type to stand outside the courtroom and stare at his watch waiting for the hand to move. So, when Judge Chillingworth missed an appointment to meet two repairmen at 8 a.m., everyone knew something was terribly wrong.

Stever's response: Rev mentions the "books". And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the BOOKS WERE OPENED: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books.

The names in this book are not saved on the basis of their deeds. They are saved on the basis of Christ’s being slain.

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But John says in Revelation“I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne, and books were opened. Then another book was opened, which is the book of life. Answer to a Book intituled "Instructions for the Catholicks of England". The Church Conquerant over Human Wit, St.

Omer,a reply to William Chillingworth's Religion of Protestants. The Total Summ, St. Omer,reprinted in with The Judgment of an University Man on Mr. Chillingworth's Book, by Father William Lacy. The Judgment of the Ancient Jewish Church against the Unitarians.

William Chillingworth; The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity. In this book Dmitri Levitin examines English attitudes to. Atomism and Eschatology: Catholicism and Natural Philosophy in the Interregnum - Volume 15 Issue 3 - John Henry.

By John Daille pastor of the Reformed Church at Paris. Translated out of French. And a preface added; containing the judgement of an university-man, concerning Mr. Knot's last book against Mr. Chillingworth.

Daines, Simon. / [anno Domini ]. The works of William Chillingworth, M.A. of the University of Oxford: containing his book entitl'd The religion of Protestants, a safe way to salvation: together with his nine sermons preached before the king or upon eminent occasions, his letter to Mr.

Lewgar concerning the Church of Rome's being the guide of faith and judge of controversies, his nine additional discourses, and an.

In Chillingworth, Hawthorne has created the "man of science," a man of pure intellect and reason with no concern for feelings. Notice the "chilliness" of his name. In Chapter 9, Hawthorne describes the scarcity of Chillingworth's scientific peers in the New World: "Skillful men, of the medical and chirurgical profession, were of rare occurrence.

‘The Church Conquerant over Human Wit,’ St. Omer,4to, being a reply to Chillingworth's ‘Religion of Protestants.’ ‘The Total Summ,’ St. Omer,4to, reprinted in with ‘The Judgment of an University Man on Mr. Chillingworth's Book, by Father William Lacy.’ ‘The Imposture of Puritan Piety,’ St.

Omer. Cary, Lucius, second Viscount Falkland (/10–), politician and author, was born at Burford Priory in Oxfordshire, the son of Henry Cary, first Viscount Falkland (c. –), and Elizabeth Cary (née Tanfield) (–).The poet Patrick Cary (c. –) was one of his younger brothers; Anne Cary was one of four sisters who converted to Catholicism and became Benedictine nuns.

News from Ipswich, / William Prynne; A tract concerning schism, ca. ; "Letter to Archbishop Laud upon occasion of the tract concerning schism," ca.

; Sermon on Luke ("The danger of receiving our good things in this life"), ca. ; Sermon on Galatians ("Of iniquity and private judgment in religion"), ca. The character of Roger Chillingworth is quite smart. He knows how to blend in, infiltrate through networking, and subtlety accomplish his goals.

This being said, it would be quite easy to defend. Praise for William J. Coughlin “The Judgment is vintage Coughlin — sharp, tight, and full of suspense and wisdom.

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Enjoy it.” — SCOTT TUROW “William Coughlin, with the engraver’s finest awl, has created another legal thriller filled with the aching human frailties that are hidden in all of us.

If you don’t have enough time to Reviews: By John Daille pastor of the Reformed Church at Paris. Translated out of French.

And a preface added; containing the judgement of an university-man, concerning Mr. Knot's last book against Mr. Chillingworth. ([Cambridge]: Printed by Th. Buck, printer to the Vniversitie of Cambridge, MDCLIII. The death of innocence In a rural area outside of Detroit, bodies are being found in the snow.

One after another. Neatly washed, wrapped in platic, methodically laid out like sleeping angels. And very, very young. The birth of evil Forty miles away and at the other end of the world, an honest cop, the deputy chief chief of police, has been framed for a corruption charge/5(29). Law's Judgement elucidates and defends a feature of contemporary law that is currently either overlooked or too glibly dismissed as morally troublesome or historically anachronistic.

That feature is the abstract nature of law's judgement and its three components show that, when law judges us, it often does so in ignorance of our particular characters and abilities, on the one hand, and in.

The interesting thing is that instead of killing people, Chillingworth keeps them alive. He wants Hester and Dimmesdale to be as healthy as can be so they can feel their punishment and the judgment of others as fully as possible.

Even though he’s constantly being called the Devil in this story, Chillingworth is all about life and health. Church of England -- Relations. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Church of England; Relations; Narrower terms: Church of England -- Relations -- Bapti.

As this book progresses, not only Pearl, but the whole town begins to see Chillingworth as the Devil through his torture of the all-around holy reverend, Dimmesdale. Chillingworth’s physical and mental transformation from the beginning of The Scarlet Letter to the end represents a final visual symbol.He felt that all his secrets should be keep untold until Judgement Day.

What reaction does Pearl hav to Chillingworth when she sees him with Rev. Dimmesdale? She tells her mother that the Black Man will catch her, like he had Rev. Dimmesdale, but he cant catch little Pearl.

That Chillingworth was the Devil.An answer to a brief discourse concerning singing in the publick worship of God in the Gospel-church, by I. M. Knott, Edward, / [] Infidelity vnmasked, or, The confutation of a booke published by Mr. William Chillingworth vnder this title, The religion of Protestants, a safe way to saluation [i.e.

salvation].