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Author of A Paraphrase and notes on the epistles of St. Paul
Benson, G.
Benson, Geo
Benson, Georg
Benson, George
Benson, George ((theologian))
Bensonius, Georgius
Paraphrase and notes on the epistles of St. Paul, Author of
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1699-1762
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Bamberger, Johann Peter (1722-1804))
Curt, Johann Jakob
Ford, Richard (Londen)
Longman, Thomas (II, Londen)
Masch, Andres Gottlieb (1724-1807)
Michaelis, Johann David (1717-1791)
Noon, John (Londen)
Peirce, James
Robinson, Jacob (Londen)
Waugh, James (Londen)
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Bible.
collection of tracts., A : I. A dissertation on 2 Thess. ii. I, ----12. In which it is shown, that the Bishop of Rome is the man of sin, &c. ... VII. A brief account of Calvin's causing Servetus to be burned, at Geneva, for an hæretic.
collection of tracts. I.A dissertation on 2 Thess. ii. 1 ... VII. A brief account of Calvin's causing Servetus to be burned ... The fourth edition. To which are added, by way of supplement. VIII. A defence of the brief account of Calvin's treatment of Servetus. ... X. An essay, concerning the belief of things, which are above reason. And, a general preface. By George Benson, D.D, A
D. George Bensons Vernunftmäßigkeit der Christlichen Religion nach der Lehre der Schrift
Dissertatio de loco 1 Joh. 5: 7
Dissertatio de Loco 1 Joh. V. com VII.. -
dissertation on 2 Thess. II. 1, -----12. In which 'tis shewn that the Bishop of Rome is the man of sin. That the whole prophesy, in that chapter, is applicable to him and his adherents, and to them alone. ... By the author of A paraphrase and notes on the Epistles of St. Paul, A
doctrine of predestination review'd, The ; or God's counsels and decrees only a comparison to what men find in themselves. In a letter to a friend
excellence of moral duties above positive institutions. A sermon preached in St. Thomas's, January 2, 1743-4. ... By George Benson., The
funeral sermon occasioned by the death of the Reverend Mr. James Read; who died, August 16. 1755. in the seventy-first year of his age. Preached at New Broad-Street, Petty-France, London, August 24. 1755. By George Benson, A
Geschichte der ersten Pflanzung der christlichen Religion, wie sie in der*. -
History of the first planting of the Christian religion
history of the first planting the Christian religion taken from the Acts of the Apostles, and their Epistles. ... In two volumes. With an appendix: ... By George Benson., The
history of the life of Jesus Christ, The : taken from the New Testament; with observations and reflections proper to illustrate the excellence of his character, and the divinity of his mission and religion.
In commemoration of the happy accession of the illustrious house of Hanover to the throne of Great-Britain. A sermon preached at Little St. Helens, August 2, M DCC XLII. ... By George Benson.
paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's 1st Epistle to the Thessalonians. In Imitation of Mr. Locke's Manner. By the author of the Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistle to Philemon, A
paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistle to Philemon. ... With an appendix, A
Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistle to Titus In imitation of Mr. Locke's manner to which is added, an essay concerning the abolishing of the ceremonial law, &c. Occasioned by St. Paul's words, Tit. I. 15. Unto the pure all things, indeed, are pure. By the Author of the Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistles to Philemon, Ist and IId to the Thessalonians, and Ist to Timothy., A
paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's IId Epistle to the Thessalonians: ... To which are annexed, two brief dissertations ... By the author of the Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistles to Philemon, and 1st to the Thessalonians, A
Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Ist Epistle to Timothy: in imitation of Mr. Locke's manner With an appendix concerning inspiration, occasioned by St. Paul's advice to Timothy, I Tim. V. 23. By the Author of the Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistles to Philemon, and Ist and IId to the Thessalonians., A
paraphrase and notes on the epistles of St. Paul ... attempted in imitation of Mr. Locke's manner. To which are annexed, critical dissertations on several subjects .., A
Paraphrase and notes on the First Epistle of St. Peter Attempted in imitation of Mr. Locke's manner. With an essay to explain what is meant by Christ's preaching to the spirits in prison: or, A dissertation on I Peter iii. 17, &c. By the Author of the Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistles to Philemon, Ist and IId to the Thessalonians, Ist and IId to Timothy, Titus, and on the Epistle of St. James., A
paraphrase and notes on the seven (commonly called) catholic epistles ... Attempted in imitation of Mr. Locke's manner. ... The second edition, carefully corrected, with additions. By George Benson, D.D., A
paraphrase and notes on the seven (commonly called) Catholic epistles. Attempted in imitation of Mr. Locke's manner. To which are annexed several critical dissertations. By George Benson., A
Paraphrasis et notae philologicae atque exegeticae in Epistolam ad Hebraeos et S. Jacobi.
Paraphrastische Erklärung und Anmerkungen über einige Bücher des Neuen Te*. -
Reasonableness of the Christian religion
Second thoughts concerning the sufferings and death of Christ, as a propitiatory sacrifice for the sins of the world, and a satisfaction to divine justice
sermon preached at Crouched-Friars, London, October 9, 1746. Being the day of public thanksgiving for the glorious victory, obtained over the rebels, near Culloden-House, in Scotland. By His Majesty's gallant troops, under the command of his Royal Highnesse, the brave William Duke of Cumberland. Containing a brief history of the rebellion; and pointing out the proper improvement of the suppression of it. By George Benson, D.D., A
summary view of the evidences of Christ's resurrection, 1754:, A
summary view of the evidences of Christ's resurrection. By George Benson, D.D., A
supplement to some tracts formerly published, viz. A defence of the brief account of Calvin's causing servetus to be burned, at Geneva, for an heretic. A brief account of Archbishop Laud's cruel treatment of Dr. Leighton. An essay, concerning the belief of things which are above reason. With a general preface. By George Benson, D.D, A
Vernunftmäßigkeit der christlichen Religion nach der Lehre der Schrift
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