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" To the weak he became as weak, that he might gain the weak : and was made all things to all men, that he might by all means save some. "
Eminent British Statesmen: Sir Henry Vane, the Younger, by J. Forster. Henry ... - Side 20
1838
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Wuest's Word Studies from the Greek New Testament

Kenneth S. Wuest - 1973 - 263 sider
...for His control and a trust in the Lord Jesus for the same (John 7:37, 38). Paul, who seeks to become all things to all men that he might by all means save some, sets aside the language of the schools, the highly polished rhetoric, the philosophical subtleties...
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John Robinson and the English Separatist Tradition

Timothy George - 1982 - 263 sider
...they resorted to another, more conve-nient, passage in the Pauline corpus, namely his statement that he became "all things to all men" that he might "by all means save some" (I Cor. 9:22). 74 Robinson referred to the position of the conforming ministers: "They wil advance...
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John Robinson and the English Separatist Tradition

Timothy George - 1982 - 263 sider
...they resorted to another, more convenient, passage in the Pauline corpus, namely his statement that he became "all things to all men" that he might "by all means save some" (I Cor. 9:22).74 Robinson referred to the position of the conforming ministers: "They wil advance prayer,...
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Henry Stubbe, Radical Protestantism and the Early Enlightenment

James R. Jacob - 2002 - 232 sider
...despite his Greek, cannot be trusted because of' his juggling carriage and his trimming,' 34 becoming ' all things to all men that he might by all means save some.' 35 The second of Stubbe's four pivotal transformations, the next 'revolution' in the history of the...
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Soldiers of Christ: Saints and Saints' Lives from Late Antiquity and the ...

Thomas F. X. Noble, Thomas Head - 1995 - 383 sider
...oppressing and browbeating the freedmen and slaves but, in the words of the apostle, he had "become all things to all men that [he] might by all means save some" (1 Cor 9.22). He did not take upon himself the office of preacher either as an expression of his caprice...
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The Crystallization of the Epistle to the Romans

Lee Witness - 1996
...of good things— 10:14-15. 5. To enslave himself to all that he might gain the more and to become all things to all men that he might by all means save some, doing all things for the sake of the gospel; otherwise, it would be a woe to him, for he was entrusted...
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Aspects of English Protestantism C. 1530-1700

Nicholas Tyacke - 2001 - 354 sider
...known for his attacks on Arminian heresy. In his sermon of 1605 he took as his model St. Paul, who became 'all things to all men' that he might 'by all means save some', and placed ceremonial conformity firmly in the context of the elect's calling to salvation by the sowing...
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The Soul-Winner

Charles H. Spurgeon - 2001 - 124 sider
...to him as he did at the Areopagus, with language that was fitted for the polished Athenian. He was all things to all men, that he might by all means save some. So let it be with you, Christian people; your one business in life is to lead men to believe in Jesus...
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"We are Three Sisters": Self and Family in the Writing of the Brontës

Drew Lamonica - 2003 - 260 sider
...conscience and judgment, endeavouring, as nearly as he could, to copy after the great Apostle, u;ho became all things to all men, that he might by all means save some" (Bronteana: The Rev. Patrick Bronte, AB , His Collected Works and Life, 71 ); 1 Tim. 2:11-15; Tayler,...
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Enlightenment Prelate: Benjamin Hoadly, 1676-1761

William Gibson - 2004 - 384 sider
...towards all men' and in particular that 'he became as a Jew that he might gain the Jews . . . he was made all things to all men, that he might by all means save some.' A clearer statement of Benjamin Hoadly's own objectives for the Dissenters could not be found. St Paul,...
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