By Richard Greaves
This quantity is a accomplished number of articles on Bunyan in addition to together with numerous broader perspectives of the Nonconformist culture.
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13, fol. 5v; Joseph Alleine, Christian Letters (1672), pp. 44-46; Christopher Jelinger, The Resolution-Table (London, 1676); J. Alleine, Mr. Joseph Alleines Directions, for Covenanting with God (London, 1674); Life and Death of J. Alleine, pp. 58-61. 24 John Bunyan and English Nonconformity unsettle the mind. One morning as she 'was takeing som account of my selfe', she began to worry if God would be merciful 'to shuch a vile wretched unholy creature that have so dishonoured him as I have don'.
86, 184-85. 86. BL Add. MSS 54,185, fols. 14r, 32v; Corbet, Account, p. 3; Bates, FuneralSermon, p. , Morning-Exercise Against Popery, pp. 149, 160; Walcott, True Copy, p. 1. 87. Owen, Holy Spirit, pp. 113-14; Owen, Church of Rome, p. 8; Owen, The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (London, 1684), p. 8; Watson, Heaven Taken, pp. 23-27; Corbet, Remains, pp. 93-94; Calamy, Art, p. , MorningExercise Against Popery, pp. 160, 314-15, 318. The Nonconformist Tradition in England, 1660-1700 31 own century by such neo-orthodox theologians as Karl Barth and Emil Brunner.
Alleine, pp. 111-13; Swinnock, Calling, i, p. 7. 78. BL Add. MSS 54,185, fol. 93r; Henry, Diaries, p. 239; Reach, Sion m Distress, p. 28; Watson, Religion, p. 85; Owen, Grace and Duty, p. 59; Dyer, Titles, p. 194; Thomas Case, in London-Ministers Legacy, p. 125. 79 No picture of Restoration Nonconformity would be complete without recognition of the domineering emphasis of the Holy Spirit on belief and action. 80 In 1677-78 Howe preached no less than thirty-four sermons on the Spirit at Cordwainers' Hall in London.