Sir Francis Newport, head of the English Infidel Club, said to those gathered around his death bed, “Do not tell me there is no God for I know there is one, and that I am in his angry presence! You need not tell me there is no hell, for I already feel my soul slipping into its fires! Wretches, cease your idle talk about there being hope for me! I know that I am lost forever.”
Paul’s complaint against his natural corruption. With the means how to be delivered from the power of the same. William Teelinck. January 4, 1579, April 8, 1629. Teelinck was an influential Dutch pastor during the Further Reformation in the Netherlands. Sermon 2
Paul’s complaint against his natural corruption. With the means how to be delivered from the power of the same. William Teelinck. January 4, 1579, April 8, 1629 Teelinck was an influential Dutch pastor during the Further Reformation in the Netherlands.
From their book, Cases of Conscience. In their answer they mention a book by Benjamin Jenks, Victory of Chastity.
Herein it is proved that Christ hath not presented
to bis Fathers justice and satisfaction for the sins of all
men; but only for the sins of those that do, or shall believe
in him ; which are his Elect only : And the objections
of those that maintain the contrary are all answered.
This treatise is co-written by Benjamin Coxe
From Hymnary.org Wallin, Benjamin, son of Edward Wallin, pastor of the Baptist Church, Maze Pond, Southwark, was born in London in 1711. He received a good education under the care of the Rev. John Needham, of Hitchin (father of the hymnwriter of that name, and was for a time engaged in business. But in 1740 he responded to an earnest request to become pastor of the church over which his father had presided, and this position he retained until his death on Feb. 19, 1782. Mr. B. Wallin published nearly forty sermons, charges, and other small religious books and pamphlets.
BENJAMIN BEDDOME (1717-1795) IS A LARGELY FORGOTTEN 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH BAPTIST PREACHER, REMEMBERED TODAY ONLY AS A MINOR HYMNWRITER. FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY HE SERVED AS PASTOR OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH MEETING AT BOURTON-ON-THE-WATER, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. HE IS WORTH MORE THAN A PASSING GLANCE.
From founders. org Collins served from 1677 until his death in 1702 as the third pastor of London’s oldest Baptist church which was then the meeting in the Wapping area of London.
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Sins Overthrow 1634