Boston: Not All The People of God

That will not, indeed, prove them all to have been the people of God in the sense before given, for the reason here adduced by our author. Howbeit, the preface to the ten commandments deserves a particular notice, in the matter, of the Sinai transaction, Exod. 20:2, “I am the Lord thy God, which haveContinue reading “Boston: Not All The People of God”

John Ward: He Judgeth Among The gods 

Die Mercurii 26, Martii, 1645. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, That Sir Roger North, and Mr Cage doe give thankes to Mr Goode and Mr Ward for the great paines they took in the Sermons they preached this day, at the in­treaty of the House of Commons, at St Mar­garetts Westminster, (it beingContinue reading “John Ward: He Judgeth Among The gods “

Anthony Burgess: On Natural Law (Part 1)

“ROM.  2: 14, 15. ‘For when the Gentiles which know not the law, do the things of the law by nature, these having not the law, are a law unto themselves: which shew the work of the law written in their hearts.’ Before I handle the other places of Scripture that are brought by theContinue reading “Anthony Burgess: On Natural Law (Part 1)”