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The credibility of the Christian revelation, from it"s intrinsick evidence

Bradford, Samuel

The credibility of the Christian revelation, from it"s intrinsick evidence

in eight sermons, preach"d in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul : being the lecture for the year 1699, founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq. : with a ninth sermon, as an appendix, in reply to an objection

by Bradford, Samuel

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Published by Printed for Tho. Parkhurst ... in London .
Written in English

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  • Sermons, English,
  • Revelation -- Sermons

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    Statementby Samuel Bradford ..
    SeriesLecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq -- 1699, Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 15:16, Lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq -- 1699
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination288 p. in various pagings
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15038381M

      Having noted the widely divergent responses (both Adventist and non-Adventist) to Judge Vaughn Walker's ruling on California's Proposition 8, I decided to read for myself what he’d said. So for a Saturday night’s entertainment recently, I read through all . Each book bears its own witness and stands on its own evidence of credibility, and yet each book is linked with all the rest, both by their common spirit and harmony and by their mutual endorsement. Mark, for instance, the endorsement of the account of creation in the commandment of the law concerning the Sabbath dayExod.

    Revelation never actually got a title. Maybe John thought titling his letter was a little bit pretentious. Over the years, the book has been called by all different names (The Apocalypse, The Revelation of Saint John the Divine, Fire and Brimstone 'R' Us). Y2K and Christian Credibility Lately I've been researching the whole Y2K issue and its possible effects on us and now I'm scared to death and my life is a mess What also scares me is that most Christians seem to feel we are doomed. None of his arguments or evidence were convincing or accurate.

    Keener provides an excellent two-volume manual concerning the credibility of the miracles presented in the New Testament. Attacking the Humean naturalistic bias, Keener provides numerous verified examples of miracles occurring globally that resembles many /5.   The forums in the Christian Congregations category are now open only to Christian members. Please review our current Faith Groups list for information on which faith groups are considered to be Christian faiths. Christian members please remember to read the Statement of Purpose threads for each forum within Christian Congregations before posting in the forum.


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The credibility of the Christian revelation, from it"s intrinsick evidence by Bradford, Samuel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The credibility of the Christian revelation, from it's intrinsick evidence: in eight sermons, preach'd in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul: being the lecture for the yearfounded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq.: with a ninth sermon, as an appendix, in reply to an objection.

[Samuel Bradford]. Even this phenomenon alone supports the credibility of his teaching. The New Testament Is Historically Reliable. From a historical point of view, the New Testament reliably describes the middle of the first century in its four Gospels, the book of Acts, and its epistles.

- The Credibility of the Christian Revelation, from its intrinsick Evidence, by Samuel Bradford (Bishop of Rochester) - The Sufficiency of a Standing Revelation, by Offspring Blackall; –02 - Truth and Exellency of the Christian Religion, by George Stanhope; - Adams.

The Christian Gospel with its message of hope is written to appeal to the intelligent, thoughtful, candid mind. It is not an appeal to blind faith, devoid of any empirical basis or evidence, at all. It is an appeal that itself invokes physical empirical evidences as the basis for its. Most modern prejudice against biblical miracle reports depends on David Hume's argument that uniform human experience precludes the possibility of miracles.

Yet current research shows that human experience has been far from uniform. Hundreds of millions of people all over the world in all cultures, in both ancient times and in modern times, claim to have experienced : Ebook. Very good book, especially if you are corresponding with an Athiest, etc.

Has a lot of good material and the first chapter is sometimes all you need. I have heard a lot of sermons that seem to have used some of this material.

I bought this book without knowing my wife already had Evidence I & II/5(28). Since I have been working on this book people have been increasingly asking me, “What do you think is the most powerful evidence for the Christian faith?” While I do think the historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, the textual evidence for the reliability of the Bible, and the scientific evidence for a designer are persuasive.

Credibility is often the forgotten & depleted account. We don't realise it's importance until we come to make a withdrawal.

Bunbury Men’s D/S 16/04/10 “Credibility” Intro: Tonight I want to speak about something that every one of us have in varying degrees & every one of us need more of. Andrea Tornielli, in his book, Francis: Pope of a New World (Ignatius Press, ), cites the Pope, while reflecting on what has happened to him, to remark that we have “A God who comes to seek.

As for the book of Revelation, the genre is VITALLY important to understanding this book. Much harm has been done in recent years to the Christian understanding of this book due primarily to the popularity of dispensationalism and the books and movies like the Left Behind series.

External Evidence. Consider the following in terms of the credibility of the Bible: The practical effects of the Bible in the lives of people. Granted, this may be an academically weak point, but you cannot discount the fact that the Bible has changed more lives in human history than any other book.

Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts Hardcover – November 1, #N#Craig S. Keener (Author) › Visit Amazon's Craig S. Keener Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author.

Learn about Author Central. Craig S. Keener (Author) out of 5 stars 74 ratings/4(54). A Skeptic’s Guide To Bible Prophecy. Novem However, the Book of Revelation accomplished its job so well, that now we have a runaway train in Christianity (only one of many) where people have looked into the book and failed to account for the obvious purpose of its construction.

Modern Christian interpretation of The Book of Author: Xenlogic. In Bradford delivered the Boyle lecture in St. Paul's Cathedral, and preached eight sermons on 'The Credibility of the Christian Revelation, from its Intrinsick Evidence.' These, with a ninth sermon preached in his own church in Januarywere issued with other Boyle lectures delivered between andin 'A Defence of Natural.

James I Packer, “Is Christianity Credible?” Epworth Review (Sept. ): easily banished; for why embrace such methods in any form, when the revelation-claim that is integral to biblical religion points a different way.

Stimulating notions and insights have. Why The New Testament Book of Revelation is Often Misunderstood and Misused A talk presented by the Rev. James A. Farrell to the Inquiring Skeptics of Upper New York on October 1, at the Guilderland Public Library.

Farrell is a retired United Methodist pastor who lives in Esperance, NY. Revelation also refers to the New Treatment book containing the revelation given to St. John on Patmos, also called the Apocalypse Supernatural Truths Mysteries, such as the Blessed Trinity, the union of divine and human natures in the person of Jesus Christ, and the.

Date of Revelation. By James M. Rochford. Why is the dating of Revelation important. If the book of Revelation is a book of prophecy as it claims to be (Rev. 3, 11, 19;16, ), then it would need to be written before AD 70 for the Preterist position to be true.

As Preterist Ken Gentry writes. There is little doubt that most people are confused by the book of Revelation. Perhaps is not surprising, then, that people are equally confused by its journey into the New Testament canon. Revelation is one of those “debated” books in the early church, along with books like 2.

Most churches today teach the Futurist interpretation of the book of Revelation. For most the only question about eschatology that exists is whether you think the ‘rapture’ is “Pre,” Mid,” or “Post-Tribulation.” Most Christians don’t even realize other interpretations exist, but there are actually 5 different approaches to interpreting the book of Revelation, (maybe you knew.

1. Revelation’s early reception was Outstanding. Perhaps as much as any other NT book, we have evidence for an early, widespread, and consistent reception of Revelation. Our evidence goes back as early as Papias (c) and also includes Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, the Muratorian Fragment, Hippolytus, Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian, and Origen.The contemporary nature of the Revelation will be defended throughout the commentary (The Days of Vengeance), but we may consider several lines of evidence here.

First, there is the general tone of the book, which is taken up with the martyrs (see, e.g., ; ; ).1 Bible credibility Bible books. The Bible is not a book in the usual sense of the word.

Actually, it is a collection of 66 spiritual documents, all remarkably preserved and authenticated, and now translated, in whole or in part, into more than 3, languages. Think of the Bible as a mini-library with certified information about God.