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A pastoral study of suicide : a thesis submitted to the faculty in candidacy for the degree of Master of Sacred Theology by Hennings, Jack C
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
Biathanatos, a declaration of that paradoxe, or thesis, that selfe-homicide is not so naturally sinne, that it may never be otherwise : wherein the nature, and the extent of all those lawes, which seeme to be violated by this act, are diligently surveyed by Donne, John, 1572-1631
NLM
  7 1 1644 1644
Biathanatos : A declaration of that paradoxe, or thesis, that selfe-homicide is not so naturally sinne, that it may never be otherwise. Wherein the nature, and the extent of all those lawes, which seems to be violated by this act, are diligently surveyed by Donne, John, 1572-1631
LCC
  3 1 1644 1644
Biathanatos : a declaration of that paradoxe or thesis that self-homicide is not so naturally sin, that it may never be otherwise : wherein the nature, and the extent of all those lawes, which seeme to be violated by this act, are diligently surveyed by Donne, John, 1572-1631
LCC
  292 12 1648 1648
Biathanatos : a declaration of that paradoxe or thesis, that self-homicide is no so naturally sin, that it may never be otherwise. Wherein the nature, and the extent of all those lawes, which seeme to be violated by this act, are diligently surveyed by Donne, John, 1572-1631
LCC
  200 9 1648 1648
Pelecanicidium, or, The Christian adviser against self-murder : together with a guide and the pilgrims passe to the land of the living : in three books by Denny, William, Sir, 1603 or 1604-1676
LCC
  486 27 1653 1653
Tentations, their nature, danger, cure : in this part are contained .. : The fourth part by Capel, Richard, 1586-1656
LCC
  443 17 1655 1655
Tentations, their nature, danger, cure : in this part are contained .. : The fourth part [electronic resource] by Capel, Richard, 1586-1656
LCC
  3 1 1655 1655
Tentations, their nature, danger, cure : the fourth part : in this part are contained 1. Tentations about faith, answered in eight sections, 2. Tentations about resisting sin, in seven numbers, 3. Tentations about prayer, in five numbers, 4. Tentations about the word of God, 5. Tentations about repentance, in one single chap ; conditions of the new covenant ; a dispute about Adams casting himself out of his integrity : also that case of conscience of a godly mans killing himself is discussed : to all which is added an appendix touching usury . by Capel, Richard, 1586-1656
LCC
  274 10 1659 1659
Tentations, their nature, danger, cure : the fourth part : in this part are contained 1. Tentations about faith, answered in eight sections, 2. Tentations about resisting sin by Capel, Richard, 1586-1656
DDC
  2 1 1659 1659
Self-homicide-murther, or, Some antidotes and arguments gleaned out of the treasuries of our modern casuists and divines against that horrid and reigning sin of self-murther by Philipot, Thomas, -1682
LCC
  312 16 1674 1674
The occasional paper : Concerning self-murder, with some reflexion upon the verdicts often brought in of Non compos mentis : Number X by Willis, Richard, 1664-1734
LCC
  1 1 1698 1698
Biathanatos : a declaration of that paradox, or thesis, that self-homicide is not so naturally sin, that it may never be otherwise : wherein the nature, and the extent of all those laws, which seem to be violated by this act, are diligently surveyed by Donne, John, 1572-1631
DDC/LCC
  316 21 1644 1700
A discourse upon self-murder : or the cause, the nature, and immediate consequences of self-murder, fully examined and truly stated. In a letter to a free-thinker that despis'd life
LCC
  338 25 1732 1754
Gedanken eines auswärtigen evangelischen Predigers über den Selbstmord
LCC
  2 2 1782 1782
A Dissertation, or discourse on suicide : grounded in the immoveable foundation of Scriptural, rather than of philosophical principles : wherein also occur, several incidental weighty considerations, suggested by the critical state of our own times, which therefore (it is humbly hoped) may be of some practical use to the present generation
LCC
  2 1 1785 1785
Two sermons, on the atrocity of suicide, and on the causes which lead to it : preached at Suffield, on Lord's day, Feb. 24, 1805 : on occasion of a melancholy instance of suicide, which had recently occurred in that town by Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820
LCC
  113 7 1805 1805
Deaths of three persons who killed themselves : an elegiac ode & a funeral sermon by Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819
LCC
  117 6 1807 1807
Dreadful fire at Portsmouth! and many sudden deaths : a new hymn, and a new sermon, concerning a number of things, viz, a great, and dreadful fire at Portsmouth (N.H.) that began to consume houses on the evening of the 22d of December, 1813. ... On the deaths of about 200 American and British soldiers, marines and sailors, and about 544 Creek Indians, killed lately in various battles. . by Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819
LCC
  43 3 1813 1813
Ueber den Einfluss des sogenannten Mysticismus und der religiösen Schwärmerey auf das Ueberhandnehmen der Geisteskrankheiten und des Selbstmordes, besonders in Hamburg . by Hudtwalcker, Martin Hieronymus, 1787-1865
LCC
  9 4 1817 1827
A man in ruins : a sermon preached in Center Church, Crawfordsville Ind., Lord's day evening, April 18, 1869, in view of the melancholly [sic] suicide of Mr. Mark Kirby, for two years a member of Wabash College by Tuttle, Joseph F. (Joseph Farrand), 1818-1901
LCC
  10 2 1869 1869
Burial of suicides : report of the Committee on Canon Law, presented to the May Synod, 1872 by Committee on Canon Law
LCC
  3 2 1872 1872
Der Selbstmord : historisch-dogmatische Abhandlung by Inhofer, M
LCC
  27 6 1886 1886
Euthanasia : the æsthetics of suicide by Harden-Hickey, James, 1854-1898
DDC/LCC
  4 3 1894 1894
Biathanatos : a declaration of that paradoxe or thesis, that selfe-homicide is not so naturally sinne, that it may never be otherwise : wherein the nature and the extent of all those lawes, which seeme to be violated by this act, are diligently surveyed by Donne, John, 1572-1631
DDC/LCC
  414 18 1644 1900
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