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Hopkins, Doctor
Hopkins, Samuel
Hopkins, Samuel ((1721–1803))
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1721-1803
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Anthony, Susanna (1726-1791)
Chapman, Thomas (Londen)
Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758)
Force, Peter (1790-1868)
Gaine, Hugh (1726 or 1727-1807)
Hopkins, Samuel (1721-1803)
Park, Edwards Amasa (1808-1900)
Russel, Robert (active 1692.)
Vernor, Thomas (Londen)
West, Stephen (1735-1819)
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Animadve[r]sions on Mr. Hart's late dialogue : in a letter to a friend
Correspondence between Roger Sherman and Samuel Hopkins.
dialogue concerning the slavery of the Africans, A : shewing it to be the duty and interest of the American states to emancipate all their African slaves : with an address to the owners of such slaves : dedicated to the Honourable the Continental Congress : to which is prefixed, the institution of the society, in New-York, for promoting the manumission of slaves, and protecting such of them as have been, or may be, liberated.
dialogue, concerning the slavery of the Africans shewing it to be the duty and interest of the American colonies to emancipate all their African slaves, A : with an address to the owners of such slaves. : Dedicated to the Honorable the Continental Congress. : [Four lines of Scripture texts].
dialogue, concerning the slavery of the Africans; shewing it to be the duty and interest of the American colonies to emancipate all their African slaves: with an address to the owners of such slaves., A
dialogue concerning the slavery of the africans, showing it to be the duty and interest of the american states to emancipate all their african slaves, a
discourse upon the slave trade and the history of the africans, a
enquiry concerning the promises of the Gospel, 1765:, An
enquiry concerning the promises of the gospel ... containing remarks on two sermons published by Dr. Mayhew of Boston, entitled, Striving to enter in at the strait gate explained and inculcated; and the connection of salvation therewith, proved from the Holy Scripture. Also, A brief enquiry into the use of means, An : showing their necessity in order to salvation ...
importance and necessity of Christians considering Jesus Christ in the extent of his high and glorious character, The : a sermon preached at the South Church in Boston
inquiry concering [!] the future state of those who die in their sins, An : wherein the dictates of Scripture and reason, upon this important subject, are carefully considered, and whether endless punishment be consistent with divine justice, wisdom and goodness: in which also objections are stated and answered
Inquiry concerning the future state of those who die in their sins
inquiry into the nature of true holiness, An
letter to the Rev. Samuel Hopkins, occasioned by his Animadversions on Mr. Hart's late dialogue. In which some of his misrepresentations of facts, and of other things, are corrected., A
life and character of Miss Susanna Anthony, The : who died, in Newport, (R.I.) June 23, MDCCXCI, in the sixty-fifth year of her age : consisting chiefly in extracts from her writings, with some brief observations on them
life and character of the Late Reverend, learned, and pious Mr Jonathan Edwards, president of the College of New Jersey. Together with extracts from his private writings and diary. And also eighteen select sermons on various important subjects., The
Memoirs of the life of Mrs. Sarah Osborn : who died at Newport, Rhodeisland, on the second day of August 1796, in the eighty third year of her age
Mr. Hopkins's Two discourses.
new edition of Two discourses, A
On the necessity of the knowledge of the law of God, in order to the knowledge of sin
Particular and critical inquiry into the cause, nature and means of that change in which men are born of God
Puritans; or, the church, court, and Parliament of England, during*, The
Samuel Hopkins correspondence
Seven sermons viz. I. Of the unpardonable sin against the Holy Ghost: or, The sin unto death. II. The saint's duty and exercise: in two parts: being an exhortation to, and direction for prayer. III. The accepted time and day of salvation. IV. The end of time, and beginnin of eternity. V. Joshua's resolution to serve the Lord. VI. The way to heaven made plain. VII. The future state of man: or, A treatise on the resurrection. By Robert Russel, at Wardhurst, in Sussex.
Sin, through divine interposition, an advantage to the universe ; and yet this no excuse for sin, or encouragement to it. Illustrated and proved, in three sermons, for Rom. iii. 5. 6. 7. 8. By Samuel Hopkins, M.A. pastor of Newport, Rhode Island.
Sketches of the life of the late Rev. Samuel Hopkins, D. D., pastor of the First Congregational Church in Newport
system of doctrines, contained in divine revelation, explained and defended, The : showing their consistence and connection with each other : to which is added, A treatise on the millennium
Timely articles on slavery.
treatise on the millennium., A : Shewing from Scripture prophecy, that it is yet to come; when it will come; in what it will consist; and the events which are first to take place, introductory to it.
treatise on the millennium. Showing from Scripture prophecy, that it is yet to come, A ; when it will come ; in what it will consist ; and the events which are first to take place, introductory to it.
true state and character of the unregenerate, stripped of all misrepresentation and disguise a reply, to Mr. Mills's Inquiry concerning the state of the unregenerate under the Gospel: containing remarks on Mr. Hopkins's section on the use of means., The
Two discourses : I. On the necessity of the knowledge of the law of God, in order to the knowledge of sin. II. A particular and critical inquiry into the cause, nature and means of that change in which men are born of God
works of Samuel Hopkins, The : in three volumes
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