... e) But the grosser, who place men's traditions above them ... upon as Christians of an
inferior rank that have not a due regard to this ... DUTIES OF CHILDREN TO PARENTS ...
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The Great Awakening.
... or through want of care; to regard not only ... ministry in general as "unconverted,"
"Pharisees," "hypocrites." And ... of a people tenacious of its traditions to the ...
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The Morality of the Gospel.
... undertaking, may be judged of from the traditions and writings ... the nicety of some
of the Pharisees, in paying ... it owes its origin; and that some regard is due ...
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Letter ii (AD 1126) to the Monk Adam
... the commandment of God on account of your traditions (S. Matthew 15 ... force of a thing
wholly good in regard to the ... on one side it is the proud Pharisees who are ...
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The Historical Books. 1 the New Testament...
... brethren, stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye ... again, bringing in incidents
without regard to their ... denunciation of the Scribes and Pharisees (chap.23 ...
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The Second Helvetic Confession, AD 1566.
... The Jews likewise had their traditions of the elders, but ... Compared with the legalism
of the Pharisees the gospel ... ourselves by self-examination in regard to our ...
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Conclusion --Repent Ye, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand.
... in preference to and in detriment of their human duties. ... bold enough to break with
the old-established traditions. Such is the attitude in regard to the truth ...
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A Treatise of the Fear of God;
... 1. Know that those that have no due regard to the Word of the ... It was this fear also
that put the Pharisees upon inventing so many traditions, as the ...
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English Version of the Second Helvetic Confession, AD 1566.
... their traditions of elders; but these traditions were severely ... neither doth the God
of Jacob regard it. ... of the Gospel, compared with the Pharisees' doctrine of ...
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... down from preceding generations, but of what had been established by his own apostolic
authority, so that the rendering "traditions" in our ... "With regard to the ...
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Nave's Topical IndexMatthew 15:4-9
For God commanded, saying, Honor your father and mother: and, He that curses father or mother, let him die the death.Nave's Topical Index
Irony: The Pharisees and the Herodians to Jesus
Pharisees: A Sect of the Jews
Pharisees: Association With Publicans and Sinners
Pharisees: Become Disciples of Jesus
Pharisees: Come to Jesus With Questions
Pharisees: Concerning the Resurrection
Pharisees: Doctrines of
Pharisees: Hypocrisy of, Reproved by Jesus
Pharisees: Hypocrisy of, Reproved by John
Pharisees: Paul, a Pharisee
Pharisees: Reject: Christ
Pharisees: Reject: John
Pharisees: They Minister to Jesus
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to Fasting
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to The Duties of Children to Parents
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to The Sabbath
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to The Washing of Hands
The Pharisees by Descent, Especially Esteemed
The Pharisees: A Sect of the Jews
The Pharisees: As a Body, Rejected John's Baptism
The Pharisees: Believed in the Resurrection
The Pharisees: Character of Active in Proselytising
The Pharisees: Character of Ambitious of Precedence
The Pharisees: Character of Avaricious
The Pharisees: Character of Cruel in Persecuting
The Pharisees: Character of Fond of Distinguished Titles
The Pharisees: Character of Fond of Public Salutations
The Pharisees: Character of Oppressive
The Pharisees: Character of Outwardly Moral
The Pharisees: Character of Particular in Paying all Dues
The Pharisees: Character of Rigid in Fasting
The Pharisees: Character of Self-Righteous
The Pharisees: Character of Zealous of the Law
The Pharisees: Character of Zealous of Tradition
The Pharisees: Christ: Asked for Signs By
The Pharisees: Christ: Called Fools and Blind Guides
The Pharisees: Christ: Called, and Evil and Adulterous Generation
The Pharisees: Christ: Called, Serpents and Generation of Vipers
The Pharisees: Christ: Compared, to Graves That Appear Not
The Pharisees: Christ: Compared, to Whited Sepulchres
The Pharisees: Christ: Condemned By, for Associating With Sinners
The Pharisees: Christ: Declared the Doctrines of, to be Hypocrisy
The Pharisees: Christ: Declared the Imaginary Righteousness of, to be Insufficient
The Pharisees: Christ: Denounced Woes Against
The Pharisees: Christ: Left Judea for a Time on Account of
The Pharisees: Christ: Offended, by his Doctrine
The Pharisees: Christ: Often Invited By
The Pharisees: Christ: Tempted By, With Questions About the Law
The Pharisees: Christ: Watched By, for Evil
The Pharisees: had Disciples
The Pharisees: Imputed Christ's Miracles to Satan's Power
The Pharisees: Made Broad Their Phylacteries
The Pharisees: Many Priest and Levites Were of
The Pharisees: Many Rulers, Lawyers, and Scribes Were of
The Pharisees: Often Sought to Destroy Christ
The Pharisees: Sent officers to Apprehend Christ
The Pharisees: some Came to John for Baptism
The Pharisees: The Strictest Observers of the Mosaic Ritual
The Pharisees: Their Opinions, a Standard for Others
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