Lady Deborah Moody: A Discourse Delivered Before the New York Historical Society, May 1880

F.B. Patterson, 1880 - 40 頁


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第 18 頁 - Such have been the maxims of prudence and toleration by which the magistrates of this city (Amsterdam) have been governed, and the consequences have been, that the oppressed and persecuted, from every country, have found among us an asylum from distress. Follow in the same steps and you will be blessed.
第 22 頁 - Nay, I cannot, for in obedience to the will of the Lord I came, and in his will I abide faithful to the death.
第 20 頁 - It is ordered and agreed, that if any person or persons within this jurisdiction shall either openly condemn or oppose the baptizing of infants, or go about secretly to seduce others from the approbation or use thereof...
第 14 頁 - I thank God, I like so well to be here, as I do not repent my coming; and if I were to come again, I would not have altered my course, though I had foreseen all these afflictions. I never fared better in my life, never slept better, never had more content of mind...
第 15 頁 - It is evident, not only by Mrs. Hutchinson's trial, but by many other public proceedings, that inquisition was made into men's' private judgments as well as into their declarations and practice. Toleration was preached against as a sin in rulers which would bring down the judgments of heaven upon the land...
第 32 頁 - Infant Baptism, the Sabbath, the office of Preacher, and the Teachers of God's word, saying that through these have come all sorts of contention into the world.
第 12 頁 - Under his direction every corner of the realm was subjected to a constant and minute inspection. Every little congregation of separatists was tracked out and broken up. Even the devotions of private families could not escape the vigilance of his spies.
第 22 頁 - Mary Dyer, O repent, O repent, and be not so deluded, and carried away by the deceit of the devil." To this she answered : " Nay, man, I am not now to repent. And being asked by some, whether she would have the Elders pray for her, she said, I know never an Elder here.
第 20 頁 - ... authority to make war, or to punish the outward breaches of the first table, and shall appear to the court wilfully and obstinately to continue therein after due time and means of conviction, every such person or persons shall be sentenced to banishment."^ Mr.