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genuine remains of that learned prelate, Dr. Thomas Barlow, late Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Containing divers discourses theological, philosophical, historical, &c. In letters to several persons of honour and quality. To which is added the resolution of many abstruse points. As also directions to a young divine for his study of divinity, and choice of books, &c. With great variety of other subjects. Publish"d from His Lordship"s original papers. by Thomas Barlow

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Published by J. Dunton in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsPett, Peter, Sir, 1630-1699
The Physical Object
Pagination[24], 643, [5] p. ([5] p. at end advertisements)
Number of Pages643
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Open LibraryOL19896136M

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  Thomas Barlow () was one of the preeminent Reformed divines within the post-Restoration Church of England. Having previously been the librarian of the Bodleian Library in Oxford, Barlow became the provost of the Queen’s College, Oxford, in , and the Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at Oxford in , while simultaneously serving as the archdeacon of Oxford.   Barlow, Thomas () (DNB00) ​BARLOW, THOMAS (–), bishop of Lincoln, was descended from an ancient family seated at Barlow Moor near Manchester. His father, Richard Barlow, resided at Long-gill in the parish of Orton, Westmoreland, where the future bishop was born in (Barlow's Genuine Remains, p. ). Written by the R t Reverend Father in GOD, Dr. THOMAS BARLOW, Late L d Bishop of Lincoln, Provost of Queen 's College, and MARGARET Professor of DIVINITY in OXFORD. Publish'd from the Original Manuscript, By WILLIAM OFFLEY, M. A. Pre­bendary of . A COGIC Building Block By Bishop David Allen Hall, Sr. The Whole Truth predates the Church Of God In Christ as a Pentecostal Church. Bishop Charles Harrison Mason founded the newspaper entitled “Truth” in the late ’s. Its first publication is not really known.

A number of disputations held under Barlow at Oxford were translated from Latin into English and released as part of his posthumously-published The Genuine Remains of that learned Prelate Dr. Thomas Barlow, late Lord Bishop of Lincoln (). The genuine remains of that learned prelate Dr. Thomas Barlow, late Lord Bishop of Lincoln: containing divers discourses theological, philosophical, historical, &c., in letters to several persons of honour and quality: to which is added the resolution of many abstruse points: as also directions to a young divine for his study of divinity, and choice of books, &c., with great variety of other subjects by Thomas Barlow (). Lang hill, situate upon the River Lune, where the learned Dr. Thomas Barlow, the late Bishop of Lincoln, was born, a Person famous for his great Reading and his Zeal against Popery. He hath written divers metaphysical Exercitations about the Nature of GOD, and . The credible object all the while, that is, the mysteries of religion and the scripture which contains them, is divine and infallible, and so are the penmen of them by revelation. But we and all our forefathers, the hearers and readers of them, have neither e knowledge nor vision of the warily A. C.