Man's Right and Privilege to Judge for Himself, and to be Judged by God Only.

By: HUTTON, JOSEPH.

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HUTTON, JOSEPH. Man's Right and Privilege to Judge for Himself, and to be Judged by God Only. A Sermon Delivered at the Presbyterian Chapel, Carter-Lane, London, October 4th, 1835; Being the Day Chosen for the Celebration of the Third Centenary of the Reformation. By Joseph Hutton, LL.D. [4 lines scripture] London: Rowland Hunter, 72, St. Paul's Churchyard; John Mardon, St. Martin's-Le-Grand; and Miss Robinson, Leeds. 1835. Octavo.

Disbound pamphlet, light tanning of pages especially around edges. 32pp.

Joseph Hutton (1790-1860). A Sermon preached on the text of John 5:30, " I can of mine own self do nothing: as I hear I judge: and my judgement is just; because I seek not mine own will, but the will of the Father who hath sent me."
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Title: Man's Right and Privilege to Judge for Himself, and to be Judged by God Only.

Author Name: HUTTON, JOSEPH.

Illustrator: London

Categories: PRESBYTERIANISM, PAMPHLETS-ENGLAND, ENGLAND, 19TH CENTURY BOOKS, SERMONS-ENGLAND, REFORMATION,

Publisher: 1835

Binding: Disbound Pamphlet

Type: Pamphlet

Size: Octavo

Book Number: 15465

Keywords: 19th Century Pamphlet, English Pamphlet, Presbyterian, Individualism, Reformation, Sermons