Two letters to Mr. George Whitefield

upon the false Christs, and false prophets, workers of iniquity, Matt. vii. 15. 23. and upon the monkish antichristian spirit of dissention and division, I John ii. 18, 19.

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Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1997 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 9732, no.04).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 9732, no. 04.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination15,[1]p.
Number of Pages15
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CHRISTIE Introduction Before resuming the printing of the contents of our Letter Book, let us return for a moment to the first two letters of our volume.* It is evident from them that "Whitefield, coming overland from Boston, had reached Charlestown about November 7, An illustration of an open book.

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Whitefield and Dr. Stebbing stated, &c. The fifth containing remarks on Mr. Whitefield's two letters concerning Archbishop Tillotson, and the book entitled, The whole duty of man.

The fifth containing remarks on Mr. Whitefield's two letters concerning Archbishop Tillotson, and the book entitled, The whole duty of man. The sixth, containing remarks on Mr. Whitefield's second letter, concerning Archbishop Tillotson, and on his letter concerning the Negroes.

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18, In FebruaryWhitefield's friend Benjamin Franklin published Three Letters from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The first two letters dealt with Whitefield's concerns over unbiblical teaching in the Anglican hierarchy. Looking for books by George Whitefield.

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The relationship between George Whitefield and John Wesley, the two great leaders of the eighteenth-century revival, cannot be neatly described. Their association passed through very different stages.

Deference: Oxford Methodists. Whitefield arrived at Pembroke College, Oxford, ina raw, provincial youth with a West Country accent. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++ British Library W Half-title: Mr. Commissary Garden's six letters to the Rev.

Whitefield. With Mr. Whitefield's answer to the first letter. Boston: Re-printed, and sold by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, 54p.; 8. The fifth containing remarks on Mr. Whitefield's two letters concerning Archbishop Tillotson, and the book entitled, The whole duty of man.

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Find items in libraries near you. George Whitefield was born on Decem (December 16 of the Julian calendar), in Gloucester, England. The youngest of seven children, he was born in the Bell Inn where his father, Thomas, was a wine merchant and innkeeper.

His father died when George was two and his widowed mother Elizabeth struggled to provide for her family. The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, Volume 3. ( pages) [pdf epub mobi txt web via Internet Archive] This volume contains: Letters written by Whitefield on various subjects, numbered Letters written to the people of Savannah.

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George Whitefield () remains among the greatest evangelists in church history. His ministry spanned two continents, and between his missionary endeavors in England and America it is estimated that he preached as many as 18, times to as many as 10 million hearers. (Learn more about Whitefield here).

Below see a transcription of the letter and below that an image of the letter as it appears in the 3 volume A Select Collection of Letters of the Late Reverend George Whitefield (London: Edward and Charles Dilly, ), This letter is accessible on Google Books here. Dear Mr. F——, London, Aug.

17, 5 A SHORT ACCOUNT OF GOD’s Dealings With the ReveRend Mr. GeorGe Whitefield, A.B. Late of Pembroke-College, oxford fRom His Infancy, to the Time of His entering into Holy Orders Written by Himself, on board the Elizabeth, Captain Stephenson, bound from London to Philadelphia, and sent over by Him to be published for the Benefit of the Orphan- house in Georgia.

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In the edition that follows, I have followed A Letter from Mrs. Anne Dutton to The Reverend Mr. G. Whitefield (Philadelphia, PA: William Bradford, n.d.). The text has been modernized when it comes to capitalization, spelling, and the use of.

The tension between two great evangelical ministers can never be profound yet graciously loving than the public and personal tensions between George Whitefield and John Wesley.

On one front one would easily have had the impression that these two would never even share a drink at a communion table. The most surprising twist was that.