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" it is that the Synagogue, and afterwards the " Church, had Elders, without whose counsel " nothing was done in the Church ; which by " what negligence it grew into disuse I know not, " unless, perhaps, by the sloth, or rather by the " pride of the Teachers,... "
The Trial of Episcopacy - Σελίδα 117
1817 - 200 σελίδες
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Letters Concerning the Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry: As ...

Samuel Miller - 1807 - 355 σελίδες
...afterwards the " Church, had Elders, without whose counsel no" thing was done in the church ; which order, by " what negligence it grew into disuse, I know not,...Teachers, while they alone wished " to appear something." Here is- an express reference to the idea stated in a former letter, that the Christian church was...

A continuation of letters concerning the constitution and order of the ...

Samuel Miller - 1809 - 434 σελίδες
...indeed, " among all nations old age is honourable. Hence " it is that the Synagogue, and afterwards the " Church, had Elders, without whose counsel "...Teachers, while they alone wished " to appear something.'* It is scarcely credible to •what a miserable expedient Dr. Bowden resorts to set aside the force...

A vindication of the Presbyterian form of church-government, as professed in ...

John Brown - 1812 - 308 σελίδες
...Ambrose, in his explication of 1 Tim. v. J, says, " Wherefore both the synagogue, and afterwards " the church had elders, without whose counsel nothing " was done in the church ; which order by. what negligence " it grew into disuse I know not, unless perhaps by the " sloth, or rather...

Reflections on the four principal religions, which have obtained in the ...

David Williamson - 1824
...commonly ascribed to Ambrose. " Wherefore," says this writer, " both the synagogue, and afterwards the Church, had Elders, without whose counsel nothing was done in the Church; which order, grew into disuse, by what negligence I know not, unless perhaps by the sloth, or rather by the...

Reflections on the Four Principal Religions which Have Obtained in ..., Τόμος 2

David Williamson - 1824
...commonly ascribed to Ambrose. " Wherefore," says this writer, " both the synagogue, and afterwards the Church, had Elders, without whose counsel nothing was done in the Church; which order, grew into disuse, by what negligence I know not, unless perhaps by the sloth, or rather by the...

Letters Concerning the Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry ...

Samuel Miller - 1830 - 485 σελίδες
...indeed, among all nations, old age is honourable. Hence " it is that the synagogue, and afterwards the church, had elders, " without whose counsel nothing...negligence it grew into disuse I know not, unless, per" haps, by the sloth, or rather by the pride of the teachers, while " they alone wished to appear...

Letters Concerning the Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry ...

Samuel Miller - 1830 - 485 σελίδες
...done in the church ; which " by what negligence it grew into disuse I know not, unless, per" haps, by the sloth, or rather by the pride of the teachers, while " they alone wished to appear something.9' It is scarcely credible to what a miserable expedient Dr. liowdcn resorts to set aside...

The Orthodox Presbyterian, Τόμος 4

1832
...of the office of Killing Elder. ' Which order,' says he, ' by what negligence it grew into dis? use, I know not, unless, perhaps, by the sloth, or rather by the pride of the tiacfiert, WHO ALONE WISHED TO APPEAR SOMETHING.' " 'It is a vai» apprehension/ says the venerable...

Works on Episcopacy, Τόμος 2

John Bowden - 1831
...old age is honourable. Thence it is (from this respect to old age) that the Synagogue, and afterwards the Church, had Elders, without whose counsel nothing...teachers, while they alone wished to appear something." Now, Sir, whatever may be the meaning of this passage, you, as I have already observed, are not entitled...

An Essay on the Warrant, Nature, and Duties of the Office of the Ruling ...

Samuel Miller - 1831 - 322 σελίδες
...that he intended to allude to a class of Church officers, and not merely to old age. It is this.: — "which by what negligence it grew into disuse, I know...the sloth, or rather by the pride of the Teachers, who wished alone to appear something." It is very conceivable and obvious that both the pride and the...




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