Death Religious Aspects Christianity Sermons 17th Century : The mystery of faith opened up: or Some sermons concerning faith (two where of were not formerly printed.) : Wherein the nature, excellency, and usefulness of that noble grace is much cleared, and the practice thereof most powerfully pressed. Whereunto are added other three sermons, two concerning the great salvation, one of these not formerly printed, and a third concerning death. / By that pious and worthy servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Andrew Gray, late minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. All these sermons being now carefully revised, and much corrected.; Gray, Andrew,
Death Religious Aspects Christianity Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Memento mori, or, A word in season to the healthful, sick, and dying, fit for this calamitous time. : Wherein sicknesses, rage, and deaths, are frequent. In which is discoursed, 1. That the present life of man is short. 2. That death is most certain. 3. That the time and way of death is uncertain. 4. Motives to prepare for death. 5. Some things to be done in preparation for death. 6. Some antidots [sic] against the fears of death. / By a minister of the gospel.; Clark, James,
Death Religious Aspects Judaism : Jewish ethics and the care of end-of-life patients : a collection of rabbinical, bioethical, philosophical, and juristic opinions / edited by Peter Joel Hurwitz, Jacques Picard, and Avraham Steinberg ; articles written in German and Hebrew were translated by Benjamin Sklarz.
Death Religious Aspects Poetry : To the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor of the famous city of London, the Honourable the sheriffs, aldermen, Common Council, and all worthy citizens of the same, the humble address of Anthony Wildgoos, workman-printer : in divine meditations on death, made upon these nine words, nothing more sure then death, for all must die.; Wildgoos, Anthony.
Death Social Aspects France History : Dies illa : death in the Middle Ages : proceedings of the 1983 Manchester Colloquium / editor : J.H.M. Taylor.; Eugene Vinaver International Colloquium (1st: 1983: Manchester)