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Medulla theologiae: or The marrow of divinity
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Clarke, Samuel. Medulla Theologiae: or the Marrow of Divinity, Contained in sundry Questions and Cases of Conscience, both Speculative, and Practical; the greatest part of them Collected out of the Works of our most Judicious, Experienced, and Orthodox English . There he filled the chair of professor of divinity for twelve years () and wrote his famous, epoch-marking textbook, The Marrow of Divinity (Medulla Sacrae Theologiae). Its opening sentence reads: Theologia est doctrina Deo vivendi (“Theology is the doctrine of living to God”).
1It first appeared as Medulla theologiae (Franeker, ) and in many editions thereafter for the next thirty-five years. It was translated into English as the Marrow of Sacred Divinity, Drawne ovt of the holy Scriptures, and the Inter-preters thereof, and brought into Method (London, ?). Material on Ames by. Medulla theologiae, or, The marrow of divinity contained in sundry questions and cases of conscience, both speculative and practical. London: Thomas Ratcliff, .
I say, what we call "Divinity"; for it seems to be a word, as to the use of it in this subject, peculiar to us; foreign writers never entitle their works o^f this kind. "Corpus" vel "systema" vel "medulla Divinitatis", a body or system or marrow of Divinity, but "Corpus" vel "systema" vel "medulla Theologiae", a body or system or marrow of. A recently discovered manuscript by the French missionary Adolph Mabille () in the Morija Archives, Lesotho, remedies the lack of attention of A History of the Work of Redemption (hwr hereafter), by Jonathan Edwards () in the nineteenth century. This manuscript found its way from colonial America to Africa through French missionary endeavors in relgious educational training Author: Adriaan C. Neele.
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He prepared this work as his Medulla Theologiae (The Marrow of Theology), a manual of Calvinistic doctrine, for his students. His works, which the Biographia Britannica () testifies were known over Europe, were collected at Amsterdam in five : William Ames DD, David Clarke.
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Thomas Goodwin said that "next to the Bible, he esteemed Dr Ames's Marrow of Divinity as the best book in the world." I will leave you After reading the chapter on Dr Ames in "Puritan Theology" i decided to read the Marrow of Sacred Divinity for myself.5/5.
Get this from a library. Medulla theologi, or, The marrow of divinity: contained in sundry questions and cases of conscience, both speculative and practical: the greatest part of them collected out of the works of our most judicious, experienced and orthodox English divines, the.
Heidegger’s Concise Marrow of Christian Theology is the smallest piece of a threefold theological curriculum. It is an abridgement of Heidegger’s Medulla Theologiae Christianae (The Marrow of Christian Theology), which in turn is a stepping-stone to his more advanced dogmatic system, Corpus Theologiae Christianae (The Substance of Christian Theology).
Early life and education. Ames was born at Ipswich, and was brought up by a maternal uncle, Robert Snelling of was educated at the local grammar school and from at Christ's College, Cambridge. He was considerably influenced by his tutor at Christ's, William Perkins, and by his successor Paul graduated BA in and MA inand was chosen for a fellowship in.
He prepared this work as his Medulla Theologiae (The Marrow of Theology), a manual of Calvinistic doctrine, for his students. His works, which the Biographia Britannica () testifies were known over Europe, were collected at Amsterdam in five volumes. Only a Author: William Ames DD, David Clarke.
The marrow of sacred divinity drawne out of the Holy Scriptures and the interpreters thereof, and brought into method by William Ames. Published by Printed by Edward Griffin for Henry Overton in Popes-Head-ally in London.
Written in EnglishAuthor: William Ames. The Marrow Of Sacred Divinity book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This republication of Dr William Ames work seeks to promote Author: William Ames. Medulla S.S. theologiæ The marrow of sacred divinity: drawne out of the Holy Scriptures and the interpreters thereof, and brought into method Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : Browse and buy a vast selection of Theology Collections: Art & Collectibles on The Book of Common Prayer etc.
with Hymns Ancient & Modern etc. Medulla Theologiae, or the Marrow of Divinity, contained in sundry questions and cases of conscie Clarke, Sa(muel) English  Etymology .
self-+ tormentorNoun . self-tormentor (plural self-tormentors). A person who torments himself or herself.Samuel Clarke, Medulla Theologiæ, or, The Marrow of Divinity, London: Thomas Underhill, Chapter 9, p. 73, [Anger] macerates, and vexes the soul with fury, so that they become self-tormentors; Rage, and fury, tortures more then wrong and injury.
William Ames (–) was an English Protestant divine, philosopher, and controversialist. He spent much time in the Netherlands, and is noted for his involvement in the controversy between the Calvinists and the Arminians.
Ames was born at Ipswich, and was.  Medulla theologiæ, or, The marrow of divinity contained in sundry questions and cases of conscience, both speculative and practical: the greatest part of them collected out of the works of our most judicious, experienced and orthodox English divines, the rest are supplied by the authour /.
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Author of Bellarminus enervatus, Medulla theologica, Coronis ad collationem Hagiensem, The marrow of sacred divinity, Medvlla SS. theologiae, Guilielmi Amesii De conscientia et eius iure, vel, casibus, libri quinque, Lectiones in CL. John Simson (?–) was a Scottish New Licht theologian, involved in a long investigation of alleged was suspended from teaching as Professor of Divinity at the University of Glasgow for the rest of his life.
Life. Simpson was the eldest son of Patrick Simson (–), minister of was educated at the University of Edinburgh where he graduated M.A. on 18 July The Puritan principle of worship was no invention of the Puritans.
On the contrary, it is the principle regulative of worship formulated by Calvin and adopted by all the Reformed churches, as will appear from the following consideration of the Reformed creeds and the works of Reformed writers. His Marrow of Theology (originally entitled The Marrow of Sacred Divinity drawne out of the Holy Scriptures) is organized as follows: Book I I.
Of the Definition, or Nature of Divinity II. Of the Distribution or Parts of Divinity III. Of Faith IIII. Of God, and His Essence V. Of the Subsistence of God VI.
Of the Efficiency of God VII. Mastricht undoubtedly drew from William Ames (), who in his Medulla S.S. Theologiae (The Marrow of Sacred Divinity – ), chapter 1, defined theology as “Theologia est doctrina Deo vivendi” (Theology is the doctrine of living unto God).
Medulla theologiæ, or, The marrow of divinity contained in sundry questions and cases of conscience, both speculative and practical: the greatest part of them collected out of the works of our most judicious, experienced and orthodox English divines, the rest are supplied by the authour / by Sa.Christian life -- Miscellanea.
See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Christian life; Miscellanea; Filed under: Christian life -- Miscellanea. Making Your F. He, like Hooker and Mede, operated within the Anglican establishment, but William Ames was an early seventeenth-century Nonconformist whose opposition to ceremonies and liturgies drove him to ministry in Holland; his Medulla theologiae (‘marrow of divinity’) espoused a strongly Calvinist worldview but was highly regarded for its scholarship Cited by: 2.