Anglican Beliefs E



Anglican Beliefs E continues our Online Christian Library with links to the works of such Anglicans as Charles Ellicott, Clement Ellis, Adam Empie, and Henry Venn Elliot.


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Eachard, John (1637-1697)

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1               Dr. Eachard's Works, to which are Added Five Letters. (1705)

2               The Works of John Eachard in Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1774)

3               The Works of John Eachard in Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1772)

4               The Works of John Eachard in Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1774)



Ellicott, Charles John (1819-1905)

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1               A New Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 1 (Matthew-John) (1878)

2               A New Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 2 (Acts-Galatians) (1897)

3               A New Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 3 (Ephesians-Revelation) (1878)

4               An Old Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 1 (Genesis-Numbers) (1882)

5               An Old Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 2 (Deuteronomy-II Samuel) (1882)

6               An Old Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 3 (I Kings-Esther) (1882)

7               An Old Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 4 (Job-Isaiah) (1882)

8               An Old Testament Commentary for English Readers by Various Authors Volume 5 (Jeremiah-Malachi) (1882)

9               Aids to Faith: A Series of Theological Essays. (1863) (Author: Henry Longueville Mansel, William Fitzgerald, Alexander McCaul, Frederic Charles Cook, George Rawlinson, Edward Harold Browne, Charles John Ellicott, and William Thomson)

10            Church Work and Church Prospects: A Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Gloucester and Bristol, at his Primary Visitation, in October, 1864. (1864)

11            Considerations on the Revision of the English Version of the New Testament (1870)

12            Historical Lectures on the Life of our Lord Jesus Christ, being the Hulsean Lectures for the Year 1859 (1876)

13            Homiletical & Pastoral Lectures, Delivered in St. Paul's Cathedral before the Church Homiletical Society (1880)

14            Modern Unbelief, its Principles & Characteristics - Six Lectures (1877)

15            Sermons at Gloucester (1905)

16            The “Counter Reformation Movement,” and Suggestions for the Solution of Present Difficulties: A Reply to the Pastoral Letter of the Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol. (1877) (Author: Lay members of the English Church Union in his diocese)

17            The Destiny of the Creature, & Other Sermons Preached before the University of Cambridge (1863)

18            The History and Obligation of the Sabbath. (1844)

19            The Inspiration of Holy Scripture: Being an Essay. (1879) (Author: Browne, Edward Harold, 1811-1891; Ellicott, C. J. (Charles John), 1819-1905)

20            The Testimony of Christ to the Old Testament - Seven Addresses (1892)


Elliot, Henry Venn (1792-1865)

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1               The Life of the Rev. Henry Venn Elliot, M.A., Perpetual Curate of St. Mary's Brighton, and Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, by Josiah Bateman 1802 or 3-1893. (1872)


Ellis, Clement (1633-1700)

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1               The Gentile Sinner or England's Brave Gentlemen Characterized in a Letter to a Friend. (1660)

2               The Scriptural Catechist or the Whole Religion of a Christian: Being a Full Explanation of the Church Catechism. Containing, a Comprehensive Body of Practical Divinity. For the Use of Families. (1738)

3               The Sum of Christianity: Wherein a Short and Plain Account is Given of I. The Christian Faith, II. The Christian’s Duty, III. The Christian’s Prayers, IV. The Christian Sacraments, with Prayers for Families. For the Use of such as want Either Time to Read Longer, or Capacity to Understand More Learned Discourses. By Clement Ellis, Late Rector of Kirkby, and Prebendary of Southwell in Nottinghamshire. (1703)


Empie, Adam (1785-1860)

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1               Remarks on the Distinguishing Doctrine of Modern Universalism: Which Teaches that there is no Hell and no Punishment for the Wicked After Death. (1825)

2               Sermons on Various Subjects: Written and Preached at Different Places and Times during his Public Ministry of Forty-Four Years. (1856)

3               The Official Character and Duty of the Gospel Messenger: A Sermon Preached at St. Paul’s Church, Edenton, N.C., on April 30, 1820, upon the Occasion of Admitting William Hooper and Thomas Wright, as Deacons, and the Rev. Richard S. Mason, to the Holy Office of Priesthood. (1820)


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