Conversation Religious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : Stated Christian conference asserted to be a Christian duty: or, A plea for stated conference. : Wherein the nature and foundation of Christian conference is considered; the reasons for stated conference urged with several cogent and strenuous arguments; the objections against it are duly weigh'd, and answered.
Conversation Research : Studies in the organization of conversational interaction / edited by Jim Schenkein.
Conversion Early Work To 1800 : An alarme to unconverted sinners : in a serious treatise shewing I. What conversion is not, and correcting some mistakes about it, II. What conversion is, and wherein it consisteth, III. The necessity of conversion, IV. The marks of the unconverted, V. The miseries of the unconverted, VI. Directions for conversion, VII. Motives to conversion whereunto are annexed divers practical cases of conscience judiciously resolved / by Joseph Alleine, late minister of the gospel at Taunton in Somersetshire.; Alleine, Joseph,
Conversion Quaker Authors : Judgment brought forth unto victory, and mercy kissing j[udgm]ent : being t[he] work and mercy of God (upon my soul) which conduceth to his praise : also a tender invitation of love unto the professors and to the prophane, to come unto Christ that they may have life / written in the fear of the Lord, and as moved by his Holy Spirit through his servant, Francis Lea.; Lea, Francis.
Conversion Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : Lydia's heart opened: or, divine mercy magnified in the conversion of a sinner by the Gospel : Being the sum of several sermons preaced lately by James Strong, M.A. and Minister of the Gospel.; Strong, James,
Conversion Theology Early Works To 1800 : An epistle to Friends : shewing the great difference between a convinced estate and a converted estate, and between the profession of the truth and the possession thereof, with the comfort and sweetness to the soul it affordeth : with a few words of good counsel and wholesome advice both to parents and children / by one that travels for Sion's prosperity, known by the name of John Banks.; Banks, John,
Converts New England : The Banners of grace and love displayed in the farther conversion of the Indians in New-England : held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers to the corporation established by Parliament, for promoting the Gospel amongst the heathen in New-England : and farther attested by Edm. Callamy, Simon Ashe, VVill Spurstow, Lazarus Seaman, George Griffith, [brace] [brace] Phil Nye, VVilliam Bridge, Henry VVhitfield, Joseph Carryll, Ralph Venning.
Converts Protestants France Early Works To 1800 : The repentance of Iohn Haren priest : and his returne to the Church of God; publickly by him recited in the French Church at Wezell, in the presence of the senate, conposed of the ministers and the people assembled togeather vpon the 7. day of March, Anno. 1610. Likewise, the recantation of Martine Bartox, at Rochell, sometimes Doctor of Diuinitie in Spaine, vicar prouinciall and visitor of the order of the holy Trinitie for the redemption of prisoners in the Kingdomes and Crowne of Arragon. Translated out of the Latine and French, into English.; Haren, Jean.
Convex Geometry : The cube : a window to convex and discrete geometry.; Zong, Chuanming.
Conveyancing England London Early Works To 1800 : The young clarks guide: or, An exact collection of choice English presidents, according to the best forms now used : for all sorts of indentures, letters of atturney, releases, conditions, &c. Very useful and necessary for all, but chiefly for those that intend to follow the atturney's practise. Compiled by Sir R. H. counsellor: and revised by an able practitioner.; Hutton, Richard,
Conveyancing Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : The governour and Company of the Massachusets Bay in New-England. : At a General Court held at Boston, by adjournment from the 28th of January to the 18th of March, 1684.; Massachusetts Bay Company.