2 edition of Fast sermons to Parliament found in the catalog.
Fast sermons to Parliament
|Statement||general editor Robin Jeffs. Vol.29, June-Nov 1647.|
|Series||The English Revolution -- 1|
Thus Hugh R. Trevor-Roper has proposed that the pulpit in the Long Parliament was used to “declare the general party line, [and] also, on particular occasions, [to] prepare the way for dramatic episodes.”¹ His article on “The Fast Sermons of the Long Parliament” adroitly substantiates. Stuarts Parliament and Politics from to Fast sermons were preached to Parliament by prominent clergymen on pre-arranged occasions. They provided opportunities to promote unity, galvanise Members into action and steer them towards particular policies. Usually published by request and with official authority, they also reflected.
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Author: Stewart A. Dippel. This remarkable set of rare Puritan sermons comprises facsimilie copies of sermons preached before parliament on appointed fast days between and These sermons were individually published at the time but finally issued as a multi-volume set only in sets in facsimilie were then printed but complete sets are now extremely rare.
Hearers’ notebooks place the fast sermons within a broader context of attendance at more ‘routine’ pastoral and didactic preaching in London parishes, revealing also that a preacher like Stephen Marshall, best known for his dynamic sermons before the parliament, spent most of his time on less controversial series of sermons on central Cited by: 2.
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Dippel. Get this from a library. Puritans in politics: the religious legislation of the Long Parliament ; illustrative texts from contemporary manuscript and printed sources, fast sermons, speeches made in Parliament, religious and political tracts, letters and petitions.
[George Yule]. This chapter shows how ‘puritan’ fast sermons, preached to Parliament during the English Revolution and then published, contributed to the idea of England as an ‘elect’ nation.
These sermons regularly drew parallels between England's situation and that of the Jews returning from Babylonian captivity and faced with rebuilding the Temple in Jerusalem.
Powder Plot sermons. Annual sermons commemorating Guy Fawkes Day or the "Powder Plot" were a regular feature of the Long Parliament.
These occasions were used by the preachers to rehearse the alleged threats from "Rome," a theme generally accented throughout the preaching before parliament.
Covenanting : John Frederick Wilson. They stopped inat least as regular sermons, but extraordinary fast sermons carried on after that date. The sermon is the first one Sterry ever preached to Parliament. He was chaplain to Lord Brooke, who along with other disaffected peers like the Earl of Warwick and Lord Saye and Sele had played a significant role in leading.
It focuses on the institutionalization of the prophetic office, especially with regards to the Long Parliament (). The study begins with a discussion of the first parliamentary fast day sermons delivered by Cornelius Burges and Stephan Marshall in November of By purchasing through this page you get all 34 volumes in this set of Puritan (Westminster, Covenanter) Fast Sermons ( to ).
The download for this set consists of 3 archive (Zip) files, containing 34 individual PDFs, one for each volume. Puritan Fast Sermons Sort by: Featured Items Newest Items Bestselling Alphabetical: A to Z Alphabetical: Z to A Avg. Customer Review Price: Low to High Price: High to Low "This is a collection of sermons preached to England's Parliament during the glory days of the Puritan preaching on days of public humiliation.
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The winner will receive a prize of book vouchers worth £The. THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION I FAST SERMONS TO PARLIAMENT VOLUME I NOV NOV - Jeffs, Robin & Aylmer, G.E. & et al. Author: Jeffs, Robin & Aylmer, G.E. & et al, Published by: Cornmarket Press Limited Published date: ISBN: X Description: Hardback.
Very good condition. Covers are half brown half black cloth with gilt Rating: % positive. A review by David Campbell of Sermons of the Great Ejection.1 This collection is a revised and reset edition of the publication which marked the tercentenary of the Great Ejection in August l It consists of sermons, memorials, and brief biographies of seven English non-conformists first published in as An Exact Collection of [ ].
Sermons Preached before the English Houses of Parliament by the Scottish Commissioners to the Westminster Assembly of Divines, – Introduction by Guy M. Richard. Edited by Chris Coldwell. October, pages. Retail $; See online store for sale pricing.
Hard bound, Smyth sewn, dust jacket, color frontispiece. Portraits by. The essay on “The Fast Sermons of the Long Parliament,” originally published in honour of my Oxford tutor Sir Keith Feiling,4 describes one method whereby the leaders of the Long Parliament maintained its internal cohesion and defined, from time to time, their party line.
Filed under: Fast-day sermons -- Early works to A fast sermon preached on innocents day by Thomas Fuller, B.D. Minister of the Savoy. (London: Printed by L.N.
and R.C. for John Williams at the signe of the Crowne in Saint Pauls Church-yard, ), by Thomas Fuller (HTML at EEBO TCP).but the sermons were quickly disseminated among the people. Churches throughout the land were encouraged to have simultaneous services.
The idea was well enough accepted that when King Charles called his counter-parliament at Oxford such fast days were instituted there.
Two ministers for each day, previously nominated to the duty. Introduction This is a collection of (some) the Acts of Parliament, Minutes of the Assembly, and Sermons/quotes of the Divines on worship.
Particularly, the focus is upon the Psalms for sung praise, instruments in worship, and holy day observances. I want to make clear that this is not a complete work of the acts or.