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" I permit not a woman to speak in the church;" though he had before given liberty for any to speak. Whereupon... "
The Life of William Dewsbury: An Early and Eminent Minister of the Gospel in ... - Page 20
by Edward Smith - 1836 - 323 pages
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Incidents Illustrating the Doctrines and History of the Society of Friends

Joseph Walton - Society of Friends - 1897 - 766 pages
...Leicester, held in a " steeple-house," a woman asked a question, out of Peter: "What birth that was, 'A being born again of incorruptible seed, by the word of God, that liveth and abideth forever?'" The priest said: "I permit not a woman to speak in the church,"...
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George Fox's Journal

George Fox - Quakers - 1903 - 512 pages
...being gathered together. At last one woman asked a question out of Peter, What that birth was, viz., a being born again of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God, that liveth and abideth for ever ? And the priest said to her, " I permit not a woman to speak in the...
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George Fox, an Autobiography, Volume 1

George Fox - 1903 - 584 pages
...being gathered together. At last one woman asked a question out of Peter, What that birth was, viz., a being born again of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God, that liveth and abideth for ever ? And the priest said to her, " I permit not a woman to speak in the...
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Some Social Aspects of the Society of Friends in the 17th and 18th Centuries ...

Alice Heald Mendenhall - Friends, Society of - 1914
...there, and after much discussion a woman timidly arose and asked a question as to what Peter meant by "being born again of incorruptible seed, by the word of God which liveth and abideth forever." Fox writes: "And the priest said to her, 'I permit not a woman to speak in the...
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Report of the Mildmay park conference

Mildmay conference - 1883 - 2062 pages
...unjust, that He might bring us to God ? (t Peter iii. 18). We are His by the Word of Truth ; " we are born again of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever" (i Peter i. 23). And we are, lastly, united to Him by the indwelling Spirit given...
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Readings in the History of Christian Theology: From the Reformation to the ...

Religion - 1988 - 214 pages
...being gathered together. At last one woman asked a question out of Peter, What that birth was, viz., A being born again of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God, that liveth and abideth for ever? The priest said to her, I permit not a woman to speak in the church;...
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Callings: Twenty Centuries of Christian Wisdom on Vocation

William C. Placher - Religion - 2005 - 452 pages
...being gathered together. At last one woman asked a question out of Peter, what that birth was, viz., a being "born again of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God, that liveth and abideth for ever" (1 Pet. 1:23). And the priest said to her, "I permit not a woman...
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THE CHRISTIAN LADY'S MAGAZINE

MRS. MILNER - 1856
...course, that blessed influence. In illustration of this subject, St. Peter uses a remarkable metaphor—" Being born again of incorruptible seed by the Word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever." There is a wonderful force in this expression. Life, though in our present condition...
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The Journal of George Fox

George Fox, Norman Penney, William Penn - 1962
...being gathered together. At last one woman asked a question out of Peter, what that birth was, viz. a being ' born again of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God, that liveth and abideth for ever '. And the priest said to her, ' I permit not a woman to speak in...
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University Library of Autobiography, Including All the Great ..., Volume 5

Autobiographies - 1918
...being gathered together. At last one woman asked a question out of Peter, What that birth was, viz., a being born again of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God, that liveth and abideth forever t And the priest said to her, "I permit not a woman to speak in the...
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