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WAR OPENING THE WAY FOR THE BIBLE.

WAR OPENING THE WAY FOR THE BIBLE.

[November, overthrown, that the way might be more fully prepared for the diffusion of the Gospel. The Saracen wars were avowedly undertaken for the propagation and establishment of the system of the Arabian Impostor. The alternative offered to the conquered was the Koran or deat
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truth, and been formed into evangelical congregations, which are instinct with spiritual life, and are daily increasing. It is now known that numbers of Turks themselves read the Now Testament with earnestness, and admit the claims of Jesus Christ as the promised Messiah. Whethe
01 November 1854 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WAR OPENING THE WAY FOR THE BIBLE.

WAR OPENING THE WAY FOR THE BIBLE.

01 November 1854 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF REV. MOSES RONEY.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF REV. MOSES RONEY.

01 November 1854 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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1854.] CHAPLAINS IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS.

1854.] CHAPLAINS IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS.

159 their religious rights and violation of the constitution, which their money is applied to pay public officers while engaged in attending on their religious duties, and not in the discharge of any secular function ? The whole view of the petitioners seems founded upon mistake
01 November 1854 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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MISSIONARY CHRONICLE, (Df t|i. Etfarntti fjiortj) itt Jnlmti.

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01 November 1854 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICES OF BOOKS.

NOTICES OF BOOKS.

which exhibit the person and work of the Saviour, are full of unction, and are as beautiful specimens of devotional writing as we know in the language. The Advice to a Young Minister” is at once earnest, affectionate, and suitable, and condenses into short compass what might for
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01 November 1854 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland