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Katherine Cree parish of London. Charnock studied at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, during which he was converted to the Christian faith, beginning his spiritual journey as a Puritan divine. After leaving the college, he possibly held a position as either a private teacher or tutor, then moving on to become a minister of the faith in Southwark for a short time, converting individuals to Christianity. He continued on to New College, Oxford, where he earned a fellowship and gained a position as senior proctor. He moved to Ireland in where he became a chaplain to Henry Cromwell, governor of Ireland. In Dublin, he began a regular ministry of preaching to other believers.
The Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock. TABLE OF CONTENTS. DISCOURSE I - ON THE EXISTENCE OF GOD. DISCOURSE II - ON.
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Puritan divine Charnock constructs an awe-inspiring portrait of God's attributes from theology and painstaking study of Scripture. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item Clark E-text available online Read more
Please use the Banner of Truth UK site. Out of stock - Join the waitlist to be emailed when this product becomes available. There were theological and spiritual giants in the earth in the days of the English Puritans, and Stephen Charnock was prominent among them. His Works present a feast of rich teaching and exposition, characterized throughout by sound theology, profound thought, and an imaginative style.
Page 92 — Those that have neither God in their thoughts, nor in their tongues, nor in their works, cannot properly be said to acknowledge him. Where the honor of God is not practically owned in the lives of men, the being of God is not sensibly acknowledged in the hearts of men. The principle must be of the same kind with the actions; if the actions be atheistical, the principle of them can be no better. Page 93 — In sins of omission we own not God, in neglecting to perform what he enjoins; in sins of commission we set up some lust in the place of God, and pay to that the homage which is due to our Maker. In both we disown him; in the one by not doing what he commands, in the other by doing what he forbids.
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