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George Whitefield
George Whitefield (Brits dominee (1714-1770))
George Whitefield (englischer Geistlicher und Prediger)
George Whitefield (English minister and preacher)
George Whitefield (predicatore inglese)
George Whitfield
Georgius Whitefield
Weitfield, George
Whitefield, George
Whitfield, George
Τζορτζ Γουάιτφιλντ (Άγγλος Αγγλικανός κήρυκας)
Джордж Вайтфільд
Уайтфилд, Джордж
조지 휫필드
ジョージ・ホウィットフィールド
喬治·懷特腓
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1714-1770
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
Dilly, Charles (Londen)
Koutstaal, J.
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Ryle, J.C. (1816-1900)
Ryle, John Charles (1816-1900)
Ryle, John Charles (1816-1900))
Stichting De Tabernakel
Wale, William
Wesley, Charles (1707-1788)
Wesley, John (1703-1791)
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account of money received and disbursed for the Orphan-House in Georgia, An
Account of money received and disbursed, for the orphan-house in Georgia to which is prefixed a plan of the building
answer to the first and second part of an anonymous pamphlet entitled Observations upon the conduct and behaviour of a certain sect usually distinguished by the name of Methodists, An : in two letters to the Right Reverend the Bishop of Lincoln, and the other the right reverend the bishops concern'd in the publication thereof : the two parts of the Observations herein answered are prefix'd
brief account of some Lent and other extraordinary processions and ecclesiastical entertainments seen last year at Lisbon. In four letters to an English friend. By George Whitefield, late of Pembroke College., A
Christian's companion, or, Sermons on several subjects ..., The : to which are added several prayers
collection of hymns for social worship more particularly design'd for the use of the Tabernacle congregation, in London. By George Whitefield., A
collection of hymns for social worship more particularly designed for the use of the tabernacle and chapel congregations in London. By George Whitefield., A
communion morning's companion By George Whitefield., A
continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal during the time he was detained in England by the embargo., A
Correspondence. Selections
Divine husbandman (on the parable of the sower and the seed)
duty and interest of early piety set forth in a sermon from Eccl. xii, i., The
Eighteen sermons preached by the late Rev. George Whitefield, A.M
Expostulatory letter
Gedenkwaerdige en geestelyke oeffeningen; of Eenige aantekeningen van des Heeren handelingen met jufvrouw Katharina Colace, weduwe van Mr. Ross
George Whitefield's journals
Hark! The herald angels sing : for SATB and piano with optional instrumental accompaniment
Jehovah our righteousness
journal of a voyage from London to Savannah in Georgia In two parts. Part I. From London to Gibraltar. Part II. From Gibraltar to Savannah. By George Whitefield ... With a short Preface., A
Journals.
Letter from the Rev. George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley, on universal redemption
letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield from Georgia, to a friend in London shewing the fundamental error of a book, entituled The whole duty of man., A
letter from the Reverend Mr. George Whtiefield [sic] to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley, in answer to his sermon entitled Free Grace. [Two lines from Galatians], A
letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, to some church members of the Presbyterian persuasion in answer to certain scruples and queries relating to some passages in his printed sermons and other writings. To which is added, two letters from Nathanael Love-Truth, to the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, containing some exceptions to his 'foresaid letter., A
letter to the Reverend Dr Durell Vicechancellor of the University of Oxford; occasioned by a late expulsion of six students from Edmund Hall. By George Whitefield., A
"Lieber verbrennen als verrosten ..." [ausgewählte Predigten]
Mr. Whitefield's sermon on regeneration
Observations on some fatal mistakes, [i]n a book lately published, and intitled, The doctrine of grace; or The office and operations of the Holy Spirit vindicated from the insults of infidelity, and the abuses of fanaticism. By Dr. William Warburton, Lord Bishop of Gloucester In a letter to a friend. By George Whitefield, A.M. late of Pembroke College, Oxford, and Chaplain to the Countess of Huntingdon. [Three lines from Warburton].
Onderzoekt de Schriften
Paix mensongère
Pregeth ynghylch rhodio gyda Duw O waith y Parchedig Mr. George Whitffild [sic], A.B. Yrail argraffiad. At ba un y chwanegwyd ychydig o hymnau, gan Nathaniel Williams.
putting on the new man a certain mark of the real Christian: a sermon preached at the Tabernacle, on the fifth of January, 1750., The
Rev. Mr. Whitefield's answer to the Bishop of London's last pastoral letter., The
Revivals of the eighteenth century, particularly at cambuslang. with three sermons
revived Puritan, 2000. CIP., The
Samson a type of Christ Being a sermon, preached in London, July 28, 1691, at a morning-lecture, upon Judges XIV. 5. ... By David Crosley [Five lines of Scripture texts].
Select sermons of George Whitefield
Selected sermons of George Whitefield
sermon by the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, being his last farewell to his friends preached at the Tabernacle in Moorfields, ... August the 30th, 1769, immediately before his departure for Georgia., A
Sermons of George Whitefield
Sermons on important subjects--
Sermons. Selections
short account of God's dealings with the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield ... Written by himself, on board the Elisabeth, Captain Stephenson, bound from London to Philadelphia., A
short address to persons of all denominations occasioned by the alarm of an intended invasion. By George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon. [One line from Job]., A
Some remarks on a late pamphlet intitled, The state of religion in New-England ... By Mr. George Whitefield.
Thankfulness for mercies received a necessary duty; a farewel sermon preached on board the Whitaker, at anchor near Savannah in Georgia, on Sunday, May the 17th, 1738.
Votre paix est-elle vraie ?
Wandelen met God
weg der genade, De
Whitefield & Wesley on the New Birth
works. - 1977 -, The
Works. Selections.
天には栄え
新生王
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