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    operations of the Holy Spirit

    Post  nuretry on Tue May 31, 2011 5:38 pm

    operations of the Holy Spirit

    They contain also like information, varied only according to their respective circumstances, relating to the Meihodisiical proceedings of the accused, and particularly Mr. Grov$. It is. however, by no means worth while to Tory Burch Outlet introduce any further extracts from these letters here.This was afterwards declared not to be true,The only things considered as proved, were llliterateness1 and low extraction against some of these students, and Methodism against them all. It is very clear that the first of these points ought to have been settled previously to their admission into the University, and that to charge mem wun ic afterwards. was co rniDUte 10 tneir accusing tutor negligence of his duty. But the real cause of the sur he made is plain enough to be seen m a note of his own: " AshWednesday. Feb. 17. 1768. Mr. Matthews called upon me after dinner, and asked me to sign his testimonial, which I refused, and the reason I gave was, he had not given me in writing what those opinions were he maintained at the evening lecture about the operations of the Holy Spirit.' However, all the charges, except that of misconduct to their tutor, being considered Drovea. tne sentence oi exomsion was wronouncea, ana mr. mason was dudiiciv manKea lor me exertions he had made.in order mat a iair luacrment mav oe iormea on me history of this case, the sentence of the vicechancellor, m which the Tory Burch Reva Flats cnmes of the expelled are recited, shall be given I. It having appeared to me. D. Durell. Tory Burch Sale ViceChanceltor oi me university oi uxrora. ana unaouotea visitor of St. Edmund Hall, within the said University, upon due information Tory Burch Flats and examination, that James Matthews Matthews was accused of bong brought up a weaver, and of ignorance: Jones, of being a barber and no proficient in Latin and Greek: Shipman, of being a draper and illiterate; Middleton, of Methodism : Kay, of attending at Mrs. Durbndge s; Grove, of preaching, and Methodism: Blatch. of being a gentleman without an?

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