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Thoughts on the nature of war, and its repugnancy to the Christian life.

Anthony Benezet

Thoughts on the nature of war, and its repugnancy to the Christian life.

Extracted from a sermon, on the 29th November, 1759; being the day of public thanksgiving for the successes obtained in the late war. : With some extracts from the writings of Will. Law and Th. Harley, both clergymen of the Church of England, on the necessity of self-denial, and bearing the daily cross, in order to be true followers of Christ. : [Five lines from Luke]

by Anthony Benezet

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Published by Printed by Henry Miller, in Second-Street. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • War -- Religious aspects,
  • United States -- History -- French and Indian War, 1755-1763

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 10505
    ContributionsLaw, William, 1686-1761, Hartley, Thomas, 1708-1784
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination30, [2] p.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15554026M

    State the three enduring truths that describe the fundamental nature of war. Enduring Truth #1: War is an instrument of policy, strategy, or culture. Enduring Truth #2: War is a complex and chaotic human endeavor. Enduring Truth #3: War is a clash of opposing wills. Therefore it makes no difference how you act in your life,that is "objectively". It only matters in how it improves you life in the direction you want it to. For a psychopath, hurting others improves their life so don't assume that kindness, mercy, bravery, love, generosity, creativity are the things that I .

      Doctrine of Repugnancy From time immemorial, legislative bodies have been enacting laws all over the world. With the enactment of laws by different legislative bodies all over the world, conflict of laws is an unavoidable issue. However, in this article I will mainly be focusing on the conflict of laws with regard to India. Study the reasons for Christian life until you have a strong conviction regarding them. 2. In all doubt, be reminded that Christian life alone has a hope set before it. Let this determine the scale. (Massillon.) Limitations of human greatness. 1. Those who believe in the Divinity of Christ may wonder that He should be under the limitations of time.

    No, war is a product of civilization, not human nature. It's up to a culture to decide how best to deal with other groups of people. Many, as we've seen throughout the ages and all over the world, turn to war because they feel an inherent sense of importance to protect those close to home, and a fear or hatred towards "the other".   I ask You to turn me away from my life of sin, enabling me to make generous restitution to all against whom I have sinned, forgiving all my sins, making me a new creature in Christ, giving me the new birth into the Family of God, and granting me eternal life. I also ask You to help me from now on to live the Christian life pleasing to You.


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Thoughts on the nature of war, and its repugnancy to the Christian life. Extracted from a sermon, on the 29th November, ; being the day of public thanksgiving for the successes obtained in the late war.: With some extracts from the writings of Will.

Thoughts on the nature of war, and its repugnancy to the Christian life extracted from a sermon, on the 29th November, being the day of public thanksgiving for the successes obtained in the late war: with some extracts from the writings of Will.

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Thoughts of the Nature of War, and its Repugnancy to the Christian Life Extracted from a Sermon (Philadelphia: Henry Miller, ). Benezet, Anthony. Some. He writes Thoughts on the Nature of War, and its Repugnancy to the Christian Life.

He opens a new girl's school in Philadelphia, under the care of the Quakers, but this time for the poor. He continued to teach in this school until   Anthony Benezet was born 31 January in St. Quentin in northern France. Thoughts on the nature of war, and its repugnancy to the Christian life by Anthony Benezet 2 editions - first published in Accessible book, Slavery.

Americana Rare Book Collection –Call Number: BX C43 A32x Title: A journal or, historical account of the life, travels, and Christian experiences Author: Chalkley, Thomas.

Benezet, Anthony, Thoughts on the nature of war, and its repugnancy to the Christian life. Extracted from a sermon, on the 29th November, ; being the day of public thanksgiving for the successes obtained in the late war.: With some extracts from the writings of Will.

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