A tale for the Pharisees by the author of Dives and Lazarus

It contained two or three documents she did not clearly understand ( they were bills of exchange ) , a fifty pound note , and one for two hundred . She examined the bank - notes carefully . There were no marks on that for two hundred ...

A tale for the Pharisees  by the author of  Dives and Lazarus

A tale for the Pharisees by the author of Dives and Lazarus


Fifty Two Sermons

The Pharisees had great zeal of this kind , for they passed heaven and earth to make one proselyte , ” or convert to ... Having thus mentioned and exposed some of the False Marks of Growth in Grace , by which persons are occasionally ...

Fifty Two Sermons

Fifty Two Sermons


Sermons on the fifty third chapter of Isaiah the beatitudes and other subjects

Pharisees being , as you all know , the very straitest seet among the Jews . the Jews . From his being a ruler of the Jews , and a ... This marks a candour and an earnestness of spirit . Let his example say , Do not you be the last ...

Sermons on the fifty third chapter of Isaiah  the beatitudes  and other subjects

Sermons on the fifty third chapter of Isaiah the beatitudes and other subjects


The Greek Testament

50. Acts ii . 30. iii . 2. Phil . ú . 6 al 3 - ch . Χ . 29. Sce ch , viii . 14 . ... ( as Olshausen recan change the hundred into fifty , or marks ) admirably to the Pharisees and fourscore : see Isa . lviii . 6-8 .

The Greek Testament

The Greek Testament


Fifty Motives for being a Reformed Catholic and for not being a Roman Catholic suggested by the Duke of Brunswick s Fifty Reasons for being a Roman Catholic By a Member of the Catholic and Apostolic Church of England i e George Finch

... Catholic , and Apostolic , the Roman Catholic Church can have no pretensions to the marks of the true Church of Christ . ... Our Saviour bore testimony to the zeal of the Pharisees in making proselytes , but he visits them with the ...

Fifty Motives for being a Reformed Catholic  and for not being a Roman Catholic  suggested by the Duke of Brunswick s    Fifty Reasons for being a Roman Catholic     By a Member of the Catholic and Apostolic Church of England  i e  George Finch

Fifty Motives for being a Reformed Catholic and for not being a Roman Catholic suggested by the Duke of Brunswick s Fifty Reasons for being a Roman Catholic By a Member of the Catholic and Apostolic Church of England i e George Finch


An Exposition of the Historical Writings of the New Testament

From these , and other facts of a like nature , this Pharisee concluded , that if Jesus were a divine teacher ... which he discovered by permitting her to kiss his feet , and to show him other marks of respect , which Pharisees would ...

An Exposition of the Historical Writings of the New Testament

An Exposition of the Historical Writings of the New Testament


Satiric Inheritance

Christ exacts payment for the blood of the prophets shed “from the foundation of the world” (Luke 11:50), marks the ... and he curses the Pharisees because sacred time will be discovered and uncovered in him—he will in the latter day ...

Satiric Inheritance

Satiric Inheritance

Arguing that satiric potential is latent in virtually all dispensation, succession, and inheritance narratives, Michael Seidel suggests a new and comprehensive understanding of satire's place in the more general context of narrative theory. The notion of inheritance shares with traditional narrative action the need to transmit and preserve form. Originally published in 1979. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

St Mark s Gospel

But Mark II wants to give prominence to the Pharisees , and so they are here as an interpolation . One of the breaks in Mark I which I conjecture is at ii . 12 , where I suppose that Mark II leaves Mark I and inserts fifty verses ...

St  Mark s Gospel

St Mark s Gospel


The Church School Journal

Its peculiar merit is to be found in the fact that , by the use of certain simple marks , the reader can easily tell all the ... Fifty - one chapters , embracing French history from the days of ancient Gunl down to the Republic in 1880.

The Church School Journal

The Church School Journal


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