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116th Birth Anniversary Of Subhash Chandra Bose By: Altaf Shaikh | Jan 15th 2013 – India is extremely pleased of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. He was a patriot, an innovative determine like Rana Pratap. Netaji was born on 23rd Jan, 1897, at Cuttack in Orissa. This year in 2013 it is going to be 116th Birth Anniversary of a great Martyr. His dad, Janakinath Bose was a Govt. attorney at the Cuttack Region Co … Tags: subhash chandra bose, subhash chandra bose biography, history I Have Just .e Back From Sir Alfred Jarnocks Place At Burtontree, In South Kent,?he Began By: page | Dec 6th 2012 – I have just .e back from Sir Alfred Jarnocks place at Burtontree, in South Kent,?he began Tags: The Lord’s Wrath Against Scotland, Manifested In His Sad Late Dispensations (1653, 1844 Edition) By By: Still Waters | May 4th 2012 – This book lays out ten major steps of defection from covenanted Reformation attainments (which are still causing the Lord’s anger to burn toward us today). Tags: James Guthrie, National Covenant, Solemn League, family worship, Lord’s Supper, Covenanters Samuel Rutherford: Divine Right Of Church Government By: SWRB | Feb 9th 2012 – The Divine Right of Church Government & Ex.munication: A Peaceable Dispute for the Perfection of the Holy Scripture in Ceremonies & Church Government. Tags: Westminster Assembly, Presbyterian, Presbyterianism, will worship, Richard Hooker, Catechisms The Divine Right Of Church Government And Ex.munication By: Still Waters | Jan 29th 2012 – The Divine Right of Church Government and Ex.munication: A Peaceable Dispute for the Perfection of the Holy Scripture in Point of Ceremonies and Church Government in which the Removal of the Service Book is Justified. The Six Books of Erastus Against Ex.munication are Examined; with a Vindication of the Eminent Divine T … Tags: Samuel Rutherford, Theodore Beza, Erastus, William Pryn, Sherman Isbell, Covenanter John Macmillan Of Balmaghie: A Cameronian Apostle By Reid By: SWRB | Jan 28th 2012 – A Cameronian Apostle: Being Some Account of John Macmillan of Balmaghie (1896) by H. M. B. Reid Tags: Still Waters, Revival Books, Scottish Church, Presbyterianism, neopresbyterians, paleopresbyterians A Cameronian Apostle: John Macmillan Of Balmaghie By Reid By: Still Waters | Jan 14th 2012 – A Cameronian Apostle: Being Some Account of John Macmillan of Balmaghie (1896) by H. M. B. Reid Tags: Cameronian Apostle, John Macmillan, H. M. B. Reid, Reformed, Presbyterian Church, Macmillanites College Education Is Not A Dream Anymore In India By: Shipra Sinha | Sep 21st 2011 – According to the English language dictionary, the term ‘College’ is explained as an institute of higher learning. The word "��college"�� is derived from Latin word collegiums that mean association or partnership. Tags: MBA Courses, MBA Institutes, Colleges, Institutes Robert Mcward’s Earnest Contendings For The Faith (1723) By: SWRB | Jan 17th 2011 – Earnest Contendings for the Faith (1723) by Robert McWard Tags: Presbyterian, Reformed, Robert Fleming, Protester, Scottish Church, Scottish Covenant The Works Of Mr. William Guthrie (1771) By: Still Waters | Jan 15th 2011 – The Works of Mr. William Guthrie (1771) Tags: William Guthrie, James Guthrie, John Owen, Covenant, Samuel Rutherford, Robert Trail Earnest Contendings For The Faith (1723) By Robert Mcward By: Still Waters | Jan 7th 2011 – Earnest Contendings for the Faith (1723) by Robert McWard Tags: Earnest Contendings, Robert McWard, Samuel Rutherford, Reformation, Westminster Divines, Westminster Assembly Visiting Dunedin New Zealand By: Sarah James | Oct 19th 2010 – Dunedin is named after the great city of Edinburgh, Scotland. Dunedin was established by a Scottish Church Group during the 19th century. The two cities share a bond which dates back to 1880’s both Dunedin and Edinburgh have been officially twinned since 1974. Tags: dunedin, new zealand, scotland, city, cities John Herkless’ Book, Richard Cameron: The Lion Of The Covenant By: SWRB | Aug 13th 2010 – "Richard Cameron: The Lion of the Covenant by John Herkless." Tags: Presbyterian, Prelacy, Episcopalian, family worship, Scots Worthies, Robert MacWard Richard Cameron: The Lion Of The Covenant By John Herkless By: Still Waters | Aug 12th 2010 – "Richard Cameron: The Lion of the Covenant by John Herkless." Tags: Lion of the Covenant, Richard Cameron, Cameronians, Sanquhar Declaration, Brown of Wamphray, Covenanters Alexander Shields’ A Hind Let Loose (a Covenanter Testimony) By: SWRB | Jul 19th 2010 – "A Hind Let Loose by Alexander Shields." Tags: Camerionian, Covenanting, English Puritan, John Owen, Sherman Isbell, Presbyterians Thomas M’crie’s Life Of Knox By: SWRB | Jul 18th 2010 – "Life of Knox by Thomas M’Crie." Tags: Iain Murray, Historical Theology, first Reformation, idolatry, false ecumenicity, civil pluralism A Hind Let Loose (a Covenanter Testimony) By Alexander Shields By: Still Waters | Jul 17th 2010 – "A Hind Let Loose by Alexander Shields." Tags: Hind Let Loose, Alexander Shields, Covenanter, Calvinistic, John Knox, civil disobedience Life Of Knox By Thomas M’crie By: Still Waters | Jul 16th 2010 – "Life of Knox by Thomas M’Crie." Tags: Life of Knox, Thomas M’Crie, John Knox, Andrew Melville, Scottish Reformation, Reformer The Works Of Thomas Boston (12 Volume Set) Part 2 Of 2 By: Still Waters | Jun 24th 2010 – "The Works of Thomas Boston – 12 Volume Set." Tags: Works of Thomas Boston, Thomas Boston, Thomas Boston’s Works, Boston’s Works, Gospel Truth, Covenanters Thomas Boston’s Works (12 Volume Set) Part 2 Of 2 By: SWRB | Jun 23rd 2010 – "The Works of Thomas Boston – 12 Volume Set." Tags: Presbyterians, Scottish Church History, Westminster Shorter Catechism, Westminster Assembly, Covenant of Grace, Covenant of Works John Brown Of Haddington’s Self-interpreting Bible By: SWRB | Jun 5th 2010 – "Brown’s Bible was treasured in the homes of the people with all the reverence and care enjoyed by Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress and Boston’s Fourfold State." Tags: Fourfold State, Harmony of the Gospels, Holy Bible, Scottish Church, Theology, Scriptures The Self-interpreting Bible By John Brown Of Haddington By: Still Waters | Jun 3rd 2010 – "Brown’s Bible was treasured in the homes of the people with all the reverence and care enjoyed by Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress and Boston’s Fourfold State." Tags: Self-Interpreting Bible, John Brown, Pilgrim’s Progress, Reformed, Charles Simeon, Bunyan The History Of The Kirk Of Scotland By David Calderwood (8 Vol.) By: Still Waters | May 29th 2010 – David Calderwood’s History of the Kirk of Scotland "is a major source for the history of the Church of Scotland from the Reformation until 1625." Tags: David Calderwood, History of the Kirk of Scotland, Reformation, Church of Scotland, Altar of Damascus, Reformed David Calderwood’s History Of The Kirk Of Scotland (8 Vol.) By: SWRB | May 28th 2010 – David Calderwood’s History of the Kirk of Scotland "is a major source for the history of the Church of Scotland from the Reformation until 1625." Tags: Alexander Henderson, David Dickson, First and Second Book of Discipline, National Covenant, episcopacy, church history Instrumental Music In Public Worship Is Heresy By: SWRB | Apr 13th 2010 – "The historical argument ….bines with the scriptural and the confessional to raise a solemn and powerful protest against its employment by the Presbyterian Church." Tags: Zwingle, instrumental music, Reformed Dutch Church, public worship, Synod of Dort, Reformed Church The Heresy Of Instrumental Music In Public Worship By: Still Waters | Apr 12th 2010 – "The historical argument ….bines with the scriptural and the confessional to raise a solemn and powerful protest against its employment by the Presbyterian Church." Tags: English Puritans, Charles Spurgeon, John Girardeau, Thomas Aquinas, Protestant churches, Reformation A Battle For Truth: Paleopresbyterianism Vs. Neopresbyterianism By: SWRB | Mar 24th 2010 – Some Presbyterians are returning to the original Presbyterian position of full subscription to the Westminster Standards. These are the Paleopresbyterians. Tags: National Covenant of Scotland, Samuel Rutherford, George Gillespie, Westminster Standards, Westminster Confession of Faith, Reformed Presbyterian Paleopresbyterianism Vs. Neopresbyterianism: A Battle For Truth By: Still Waters | Mar 23rd 2010 – Some Presbyterians are returning to the original Presbyterian position of full subscription to the Westminster Standards. These are the Paleopresbyterians. Tags: Michael Wagner, paleopresbyterians, neopresbyterians, presbyterian, Solemn League and Covenant, Reformed Presbytery The Regulative Principle Of Worship In History: Purity & Worship By: Still Waters | Mar 5th 2010 – James Glasgow says the Regulative Principle is "substantially this, that for all the constituents of worship, you require the positive sanction of divine authority." Tags: Reg Barrow, William Cunningham, John Calvin, John Girardeau, instrumental music in worship, Reformed Worship Brief Information About Train To Glasgow By: Tarun Jaswani | Oct 27th 2008 – The Glasgow Trains proposal was put on hold in November 2005 to allow the new franchises to be settled and their needs (in terms of train paths) identified. The proposal is continuing now. As of 6 September 2007, Renaissance Trains is now planning potential train paths for Glasgow Trains to use and their operations, in acco … Tags: Trains tickets glasgow To London Aberdeen’s Churches And Statues By: Susan Ashby | Dec 16th 2007 – The City of Aberdeen has received widespread acclaim for the rich history and splendour of its churches, which are another good reason why Aberdeen has .e to be regarded as Europe’s City of Granite. Tags: Aberdeen, travel, tourism, history, culture Christmas In Scotland By: michal costaminnego | Sep 6th 2007 – The Christmas holidays in Scotland wasn’t exactly the same many years ago as they are now. Christmas itself was until recent times a purely Religious festival (the New Year, now called Hogmanay, was and still is the main holiday for Scots). Tags: Christmas, gifts, Scotland, customes, culture 相关的主题文章: