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Calendar of Letters, 1742–1831

Calendar of Letters, 1742–1831 An Unwanted Gift Him-what more can He do for them? And what else can be left to th~, but the outer darkness, where sha.ll be wailing and gnashmg of teeth? The mystery of the blank Bibles," con­ cl~ded the aged saint, with tears in his eyes, " is plain. It is the wtthdrawal by God of His unwanted gift." As the voice of the old minister ceased, God received his spirit into the eternal light. But a chill as of death descended upon the congregation. They went out. And behold, it was night. F. C. BRYAN. (Cont>inued from page 226.) 80. 1801. Jul. 29. From D. BRUNSDON to SUTCLIFF (Olney). Mentions Miss Johnstone and Mrs. Elstone-presumably of Olney. Says Deism and Atheism are strong and quotes a letter from a Mr. I. ( ?) to Carey in which he says he never knew a· person examine Xty. without receiving it, and it was analogous to drinking brandy-it produced intoxication. There­ fore he never argued it. B. further states that Thomas has been deranged and sent to Calcutta Hospital, but is better and has gone up country with "bro. Powell, Mrs. Thomas and Betty." Regrets " Had he been alive http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Baptist Quarterly Taylor & Francis

Calendar of Letters, 1742–1831

Baptist Quarterly , Volume 6 (6): 7 – Jan 1, 1933

Calendar of Letters, 1742–1831

Baptist Quarterly , Volume 6 (6): 7 – Jan 1, 1933

Abstract

An Unwanted Gift Him-what more can He do for them? And what else can be left to th~, but the outer darkness, where sha.ll be wailing and gnashmg of teeth? The mystery of the blank Bibles," con­ cl~ded the aged saint, with tears in his eyes, " is plain. It is the wtthdrawal by God of His unwanted gift." As the voice of the old minister ceased, God received his spirit into the eternal light. But a chill as of death descended upon the congregation. They went out. And behold, it was night. F. C. BRYAN. (Cont>inued from page 226.) 80. 1801. Jul. 29. From D. BRUNSDON to SUTCLIFF (Olney). Mentions Miss Johnstone and Mrs. Elstone-presumably of Olney. Says Deism and Atheism are strong and quotes a letter from a Mr. I. ( ?) to Carey in which he says he never knew a· person examine Xty. without receiving it, and it was analogous to drinking brandy-it produced intoxication. There­ fore he never argued it. B. further states that Thomas has been deranged and sent to Calcutta Hospital, but is better and has gone up country with "bro. Powell, Mrs. Thomas and Betty." Regrets " Had he been alive

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Taylor & Francis
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© 1933 The Baptist Historical Society
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2056-7731
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0005-576X
DOI
10.1080/0005576X.1933.11750285
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Abstract

An Unwanted Gift Him-what more can He do for them? And what else can be left to th~, but the outer darkness, where sha.ll be wailing and gnashmg of teeth? The mystery of the blank Bibles," con­ cl~ded the aged saint, with tears in his eyes, " is plain. It is the wtthdrawal by God of His unwanted gift." As the voice of the old minister ceased, God received his spirit into the eternal light. But a chill as of death descended upon the congregation. They went out. And behold, it was night. F. C. BRYAN. (Cont>inued from page 226.) 80. 1801. Jul. 29. From D. BRUNSDON to SUTCLIFF (Olney). Mentions Miss Johnstone and Mrs. Elstone-presumably of Olney. Says Deism and Atheism are strong and quotes a letter from a Mr. I. ( ?) to Carey in which he says he never knew a· person examine Xty. without receiving it, and it was analogous to drinking brandy-it produced intoxication. There­ fore he never argued it. B. further states that Thomas has been deranged and sent to Calcutta Hospital, but is better and has gone up country with "bro. Powell, Mrs. Thomas and Betty." Regrets " Had he been alive

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Baptist QuarterlyTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 1933

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