Ascribed to John Taylor, water-poet.
|Contributions||Taylor, John, 1580-1653.|
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|Pagination||6 p. ;|
A puritane set forth in his lively colours: or, K. James his description of a puritan. Whereunto is added, the round-heads character, with the character of an holy sister. All fitted for the : King of England James I. Puritan. has written: 'A Puritane set forth in his lively colours: or, K. James his description of a Puritan' How is puritan life? Puritan life was very strict and religious. In the Ecclesiastical Polity of the great Hooker these ideas were set forth with a largeness of mind and a breadth of charity which made his work memorable as a landmark in the history of thought. It was the starting-point of a change which was to substitute reasonableness for dogmatism, and which was ultimately to blend with the political and. The Almighty Lord set firm by His strong power This roomy land; grass greened not yet the plain, Ocean far spread hid the wan ways in gloom. Then was the Spirit gloriously bright Of Heaven's Keeper borne over the deep Swiftly. The Life-giver, the Angel's Lord, Over the ample ground bade come forth .
First, Everyman is deserted by his false friends: his casual companions, his kin, and his wealth. He falls back on his Good Deeds, his Strength, his Beauty, his Intelligence, and his Knowledge. These assist him in making his Book of Accounts, but at the end, when he must go to the grave, all desert him save his Good Deeds alone. Ikemefuna is killed by his adoptive father in the first book of this man's African Trilogy, which is set in the Igbo village of Umuofia. For 10 points, name this Nigerian author who wrote about Okonkwo fighting the loss of his culture in the novel Things Fall Apart. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. England's pioneer to India and Burma; his companions and contemporaries, with his remarkable narrative told in his own words". King James I, in a letter to his son Charles, explicitly called Puritans "pests of the Church" possessed by "a fanatic spirit." See Anonymous, A Puritane Set Forth, in His Lively Colours (London: n.p., ),_pp. Both of these quotes are found in K. M. Kapic and .
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "James G. Birney and his times;. "Where sin abounded, grace did abound more exceedingly" (Ro b). "God's desire to forgive is a precept upon which his [James's] whole book is based (Jas ,20)." Grace here seems to suggest the thought of God's "gracious gift" of help (cf. Heb note). It may be understood in a very concrete sense as the practical equivalent of His power. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "James Russell Lowell, his life and work". An exact descriptions of a Roundhead, and a long-head shag-poll, --The Round-head uncovered, --The character of an Old English Puritane, or non-conformist, / John Geree --Basilikon Doron, (excerpts) / James I --A modest and reasonable examination, of some things in use in the Church of England, (excerpts) / William.