Against Rash and Vain Swearing.
... Of this perplexity the Holy Scripture affordeth two notable instances: the one of
Saul, forced to break his rash oaths; the other of Herod, being engaged ...
/.../sermons on evil-speaking by isaac barrow/against rash and vain swearing.htm
... king was exceeding sorry; but for the sake of his oaths, and of ... So it was with Herod
Antipas. ... and with sensual desires, and deeply committed by rash words and ...
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From the Second to the Fourth Commandment
... King Herod was leading a sinful life, and St ... used are sinful, or (3) where the rights
of our conscience and liberty are violated by rash or dangerous oaths. ...
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Letter cxcix. Canonica Secunda.
... require him to shew repentance for the rash readiness of ... let them be taught not to
take oaths at random ... Herod was none the better for fulfilling his oath, when ...
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Degrees of Sin
... which he reproved.' One man condemns another for rash censuring, yet ... Some invent
new oaths, others new snares. ... Herod added this above all, that he shut up John ...
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Book 5 Footnotes
... Providence, as to the sacredness of solemn oaths and vows ... and making and endeavoring
to execute a rash vow or ... in the several days of Hyrcanus, of Herod, and of ...
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Index of Subjects.
... Herod, folly of, 45; an example of the profane, 48. Herod (Antipas),
overcome by John, 171; marriage of, why illegal, 298. ...
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Life and Works of Rufinus with Jerome's Apology Against Rufinus.
Life and Works of Rufinus with Jerome's Apology Against Rufinus. . Life and
Works of Rufinus with Jerome's Apology Against Rufinus. Various. ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookMatthew 14:7-9
Whereupon he promised with an oath to give her whatever she would ask.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Oaths used for Binding to Performance of Any Particular Act
Oaths used for Binding to Performance of Sacred Duties
Oaths used for Confirming Covenants
Oaths used for Deciding Controversies in Courts of Law
Oaths used for Pledging Allegiance to Sovereigns
Oaths: Antiquity of
Oaths: Custom of Swearing by the Life of the King
Oaths: Expressions Used as As the Lord Liveth
Oaths: Expressions Used as As Thy Soul Liveth
Oaths: Expressions Used as Before God I Lie Not
Oaths: Expressions Used As by the Fear of Isaac
Oaths: Expressions Used As by the Lord
Oaths: Expressions Used as God do So to Thee and More Also
Oaths: Expressions Used as God do So to Thee, and More Also
Oaths: Expressions Used as God is Witness
Oaths: Expressions Used as I Call God for a Record
Oaths: Expressions Used as I Charge You by the Lord
Oaths: Expressions Used as The Lord do So to Me, and More Also
Oaths: God Used, to Show the Immutability of his Counsel
Oaths: Judicial from of Administering
Oaths: Often Accompanied by Placing the Hand Under the Thigh of The
Oaths: Often Accompanied by Raising up the Hand
Oaths: Rash: Herod
Oaths: Rash: Jephthah
Oaths: Rash: Joshua
Oaths: Rash: Saul
Oaths: Rash: The Jews Who Sought to Kill Paul
Oaths: The Jews: Condemned for False
Oaths: The Jews: Condemned for Profane
Oaths: The Jews: Fell Into Many Errors Respecting
Oaths: The Jews: Forbidden to Take False
Oaths: The Jews: Forbidden to Take in the Name of Any Created Thing
Oaths: The Jews: Forbidden to Take Rash, or Unholy
Oaths: The Jews: Forbidden to Take, in Name of Idols
Oaths: The Jews: Generally Respected the Obligation of
Oaths: The Jews: Often Guilty of Falsely Taking
Oaths: The Jews: Often Guilty of Rashly Taking
Oaths: The Jews: To Take, in Truth, Judgment
Oaths: The Jews: To Use God's Name Alone In
Oaths: The Lawful Purpose of, Explained
Oaths: To be Taken in Fear and Reverence
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