A controversy with the people called methodists, concerning the true nature of the Christian religion: Proving it to be a religion moral and practical; and vindicating it, from the scandalous imputation, of saving it's professors, without the condition of an Holy Life. Written by John Free, doctor in divinity, &c.
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Much of its contents, it is true, are of such a nature that they may be glossed over,—explained away,—ignored,—set aside. The reading is doubtful: or there are two opinions, perhaps twenty, concerning it: or the language may be figurative: or the words are not to be pressed too closely: or a perverse logic may pretend to find in it. A THEOLOGICO-POLITICAL TREATISE Part 1 of 4 - Chapters I to V Published 1670 anonymously.
Full text of "A Baptist bibliography; being a register of the chief materials for Baptist history, whether in manuscript or in print, preserved in Great Britain, Ireland, and the colonies" See other formats. "A cult is a religion with no political power." — Tom Wolfe. "A religion is a cult that succeeded." And true Christianity was NEVER meant to be ether one. The Organized Church of today DOES NOT IN ANY WAY resemble the New Testament believers because these days we spend so much wasted time DISPROVING WHAT WE SHOULD BE BELIEVING. I. True religion is godliness—i.e., moral likeness to God. II. Godliness has its form, or way of expressing itself. 1. Towards God—confession, prayer, praise, worship. 2. Towards man—respect for the right, compassion for the miseries, and a loving desire for the happiness of all. III. The forms of godliness sometimes exist without its. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon.
People fell asleep long ago. People gave up control. People have been compartmentalized [divided]. Divided you are weak. Divided you are taught to fight each other. Race v race Religion v religion Class v class Gender v gender Unity is what gives people strength. Unity is what gives people power [collectively]. Power over government. John Fletcher was a marvel, if viewed only on his bodily side At a time when clergymen had far more opportunity than they have even to-day to retire into their own houses and do nothing for the world, he pressed forward, in spite of an almost dying body, to work for God daily, in the most devoted manner That he was able to continue his labours.
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