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The fundamental principle of the word of God, the legitimate basis of temperance societies

a discourse delivered in the Congregational Chapel, Montreal, on the evening of the 13th October, 1840

by T. Atkinson

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Published by s.n.] in [Montréal? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tempérance et religion,
  • Temperance,
  • Temperance and religion,
  • Biblical teaching,
  • Tempérance,
  • Enseignement biblique

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Timothy Atkinson
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 89963, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 89963
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (12 fr.)
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24970144M
    ISBN 100665899637
    OCLC/WorldCa53588943

    Societies founded for tract distribution or missions, education or temperance, antislavery or peace, enlisted the broadest possible support in the pursuit of single objectives. Pooling their resources in these societies, Protestant efforts flowed toward that larger, all-important objective of transforming American society in their image. 2. That the so-called "apocryphal" book of Wisdom is Scripture, and the infallible and undeceivable word of God. 3. That the Primitive Church, next to the Apostles' time, and, as they imply, for almost years, is no doubt most pure. 4. .

    I originally gave this book a 5 star review, but reduced it to 4, mainly because the author insisted on inserting the word "covenant" with many references to the promises of God. The author is a covenant theologian, but once that position is stated, to continue to make the point is an unnecessary distraction/5. Mary Hunt of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) had pushed for state laws requiring ant-alcohol teaching in all schools in the U.S. In addition, she had her legions of WCTU members monitoring schools to ensure compliance. But most important, this temperance leader wanted to dictate the content of those temperance teachings.

    "Democracy in America," the first of four volumes upon "American Institutions and their Influence," was published in It was received at once by the scholars and thinkers of Europe as a profound, impartial, and entertaining exposition of the principles of popular, representative self-government. Napoleon, "The mighty somnambulist of a. As a result, during the early s, thousands of local temperance societies formed. The basic ideal of these groups was abstinence, or completely refraining from drinking alcoholic beverages. Temperance groups worked tirelessly to promote the removal of alcohol from restaurants, hotels, and work environments.


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High Quality FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION:Pearson, Thomas, The Bible And Temperance, Or, The True Scriptural Basis Of The Temperance. Prayer was to him a necessity. He made God his strength, and the fear of God was continually before him in all the transactions of his life.

Daniel possessed the grace of genuine meekness. He was true, firm, and noble. He sought to live in peace with all, while he was unbending as the lofty cedar wherever principle was involved.

He is the authorof several books, including Salvation by Grace, Owen on the ChristianLife, God's Word Alone: The Authority of Scripture, and ReformationTheology: A Systematic Summary. Currently, he is the series editor ofThe 5 Solas Series with Zondervan. You can read more at (26). Daniel s Temperance Principles.

The prophet Daniel was an illustrious character. He was a bright example of what men may become when united with the God of wisdom. A brief account of the life of this holy man of God is left on record for the encouragement of those who should afterward be called to endure trial and temptation.

Would there be the problem if he used the knowledge he had from the Temperance Movement to develop the word of wisdom and it still come from God.

Isn’t it possible that God could have placed Joseph Smith at that time and place in order to receive the Word of Wisdom and the knowledge of the Temperance Movement helped with that.

This is the principle traditionally known as temperance, and sometimes as moderation. Of course, what we need to temper or moderate is not exactly our pen or our tongue, but the passions and emotions which cause us to misuse them in “quick-tempered criticism and furious, power-driven argument,” as we read in Step - The principle arises out of the belief that God has given individuals personal freedom - Each individual with freedom are allowed to make choices regarding how to live Name the first modern social encyclical and briefly explain its focus and message.

associations that spread the word that temperance was the workingman's best chance to survive economically and maintain his independence marth Washington Societies wives of workers association; even more commited to temperance than their husbands.

stressed that alchol could harm the home and families. Full text of "History of the temperance movement in Great Britain and Ireland; from the earliest date to the present time" See other formats.

Temperance is a word not used much in society these days and is practiced less. The word temperance literally means, Self-Control. Gusfield (), an eminent scholar of the temperance movement, has argued that the term temperance is not appropriate, because the broad reformist ideology of the movement focused mainly on abstinence — not moderation — in the intake of alcoholic beverages.

That lasting change is possible, if all Christians get under the authority of God and His word. Temperance is a Gift from God (2Tim ) C. Temperance is Something that must be Worked at (2Pet ,6) D. A good example of Temperance - Daniel.

Six Things to bring under Christ’s Control. Your tongue. Your thoughts. The God Principle (book) explores in detail, for the very first time, what may be called the Principle of Reflection: which states that Natural and Spiritual phenomena are reflections of each other, or that matter is a pool of reflection for spirit.

Banned in Russia, Tolstoy's The Kingdom of God Is Within You was deemed a threat to church and state. The culmination of a lifetime's thought, it espouses a commitment to Jesus's message of turning the other cheek.

In a bold and original manner, Tolstoy shows his readers clearly why they must reject violence of any sorteven that sanctioned by the state or the churchand/5. Temperance societies with leaders from much lower social classes, which allowed Temperance to gain.

The ATrapid popularityS exploded in growth, and soon Lawrenceville students joined the Temperance movement– even starting a Temperance Society in However, most importantly, these new Temperance societies also brought a new Size: KB. willing to remain in ignorance of the result of their violation of nature's laws.

They indulge the depraved appetite in the use of slow poisons, which corrupt the blood, and undermine the nervous forces, and in consequence bring upon themselves sickness and death. The general principles related to eating and drinking, and to anything that may affect our physical, mental, or spiritual health, are outlined in the Word of God.

1 Corinthians As a part of the third angel's message, health reform is as closely connected with it as is the right arm with the body (cf Revelation ; 2 Peter ).

Thomas Hill Green (7 April – 26 March ), known as T. Green, was an English philosopher, political radical and temperance reformer, and a member of the British idealism movement. Like all the British idealists, Green was influenced by the metaphysical historicism of G.

was one of the thinkers behind the philosophy of social mater: Balliol College, Oxford. The fundamental principle of the word of God, the legitimate basis of temperance societies [electronic resource]: a discourse delivered in the Congregational Chapel, Montreal, on the evening of the 13th October, / ([Montréal?: s.n.], ), by T.

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Full text of "World book of temperance".Primitive Baptists – also known as Hard Shell Baptists, Foot Washing Baptists or Old School Baptists – are conservative Baptists adhering to a degree of Calvinist beliefs, that coalesced out of the controversy among Baptists in the early 19th century over the appropriateness of mission boards, tract societies, and temperance societies.

The adjective "primitive" in the name is Polity: congregational.