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Piety promoted

Joseph Gurney Bevan

Piety promoted

in brief memorials and dying expressions of some of the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers : to which is prefixed, a historical account of the preceding parts or volumes, and of their several compilers and editors

by Joseph Gurney Bevan

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Published by Abraham Shearman, Jun. in New-Bedford [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quakers -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Gurney Bevan
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 27879
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination300 p
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15052569M

      This robust theology undoubtedly supports the ascetic piety promoted in the book. Lastly, we will consider Matthew in light of Judith. Jesus’s words, “I consider mercy, not sacrifice,” () are reminiscent of Judith’s statement, “every sacrifice is a small thing, but whoever fears the Lord is great forever” (). Piety Promoted: Ou La Piet Promu, Ou Avanc E: Contenant Un Recueil Des Derni Res Heures De Plusieurs De Ceux Qu'on Apelle Les Q by See Notes Multiple Contributors. our price 2,, Save Rs. 0. Buy Piety Promoted: Ou La Piet Promu, Ou Avanc E: Contenant Un Recueil Des Derni Res Heures De Plusieurs De Ceux Qu'on Apelle Les Q online, free home delivery.

    Spine title: Bevan's Piety promoted. On title-page: Samuel Wood, Printer, New-York. The first volume having the title Piety promoted was compiled and published by John Tomkins, London, Other volumes are by various authors and publishers. Description: xv, [17] pages ; 18 cm: Responsibility: by Joseph Gurney Bevans. It also seemed to be important within the ruling class: the Book of Rites, which was reserved to the elite, extensively talks about the benefits of filial piety. Whether rulers in the Han promoted filial piety because of true Confucian ideals of social harmony or because of selfishness and greed for power is hard to say for sure, but it seems.

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