3 edition of An answer to a pamphlet by E. P. on ancient light found in the catalog.
An answer to a pamphlet by E. P. on ancient light
|Statement||by Nathan Bangs|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 19418|
|Contributions||Peck, Elisha, 1798-1863.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Islam and Christianity are the two largest and most missionary-minded religions in the world. Their beliefs are very similar in many areas. They are both monotheistic, were founded by a specific individual in a definite, historically verifiable setting, are universal, and believe in the existence of angels, heaven and hell, a future resurrection, and that God has made Himself . Note: LDS Apostle John E. Page's booklet on the "Spaulding Story" was limited to a small press run: only 2 or 3 copies of the edition survive today and its text is seldom cited by students of Mormon history. The RLDS reprint of the pamphlet is more readily available to researchers and has been cited in various works on Mormon history.
This is an excellent primer on why ancient forgeries were produced, what forgeries were produced, and what their contents are. Most of the book is actually about such non-NT forgeries. What the subtitle of the book claims, however, is related only to the Bible: forgeries abound in the Bible. This, of course, is where the battle lines are drawn. In ancient Egypt, the father headed the family. Women had the right to own property, buy and sell goods, and get divorced. Few Egyptians sent their children to school. Mothers taught their daughters to run a household. Boys learned job skills from their fathers. The Middle Kingdom lasted from about B.C. to B.C. It was a time of power.
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Get this from a library. An answer to a pamphlet by E.P. on ancient light. [Nathan Bangs; Elisha Peck]. "The Worshipful Master a second time approaching me from the east, who presented me with a lambskin or white apron, which he said was an emblem of innocence, and the badge of a Mason; that it had been worn by kings, princes and potentates of the earth who had never been ashamed to wear it; that it was more honorable than the diadems of kings or.
An Answer to a late scurrillous Pamphlet, Intituled, A Letter from Monsieur de Cros, &c. The Author of the Memoirs had so little to apprehend in his Reputation either at home or abroad from the feeble Efforts of Monsieur de Cross in his late trifling Invective, that had it not been for the repeated Instances of some Friends, who were unwilling to have such a wretched Scribler.
I, (name), of my own free will and accord, in the presence of Almighty God and this Worshipful Lodge, erected to Him and dedicated to the Saints John, do hereby and hereon most solemnly and sincerely promise and swear that I will always hele, ever conceal, and never reveal any of the secret arts, parts, or points of the hidden mysteries of ancient Freemasonry which have been.
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