2 edition of Henry Ainsworth, the puritan commentator found in the catalog.
Henry Ainsworth, the puritan commentator
William E. A. Axon
Reprinted from the Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 1888.
|Statement||by William E.A. Axon and Ernest Axon.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
This scarce Puritan commentary has been out of print since While many of the Puritan commentaries are collections of expository sermons, this one actually resembles a modern commentary with word studies & historical perspectives on the text. Ainsworth was a noted Hebrew scholar whose work was endorsed by Spurgeon, Doddridge, & many others. AINSWORTH, HENRY ), English Noncon formist divine and rabbinical scholar, was born at Swanton Mor ley, Norfolk. He was a scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, joined the Puritan party in the church, and eventually the Sepa ratist. Driven abroad in the persecution of , he found a .
Henry Ainsworth. Ver. 3. Say unto my soul, I am thy salvation. Observe, 1. That salvation may be made sure to a man. David would never pray for that which could not be. Nor would Peter charge us with a duty which stood not in possibility to be performed. 2 Peter "Make your election sure.". Page Col. Line i Ainsworth, Henry: for was according to the Lancashire historians a graduate read was son of Thomas Ainsworth, yeoman of Swanton Morley, Norfolk, where he was baptised. He was admitted to Caius College, Cambridge, 15 Dec. , and resided there as a scholar for four years (Caius College Register).Roger Williams writes with small justification.
These new English Puritans thought the Ainsworth Psalter, collected by Henry Ainsworth in , was a diluted versification of scripture. These issues with the original Bay Psalm Book . Ainsworth, Henry (); Annotations on the Pentateuch or the five books of Moses ; the Psalms of David and the Song of Solomon: with a memoir of the author II; Glasgow: Blackie & Son; Ainsworth, Henry (); An Animadversion to Mr. Richard Clyftons Advertisement; Amsterdam: Giles .
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Biography of Henry Ainsworth (– or ): Henry Ainsworth (– or ), leader of the separatist congregation at Amsterdam, and controversialist, was, according to the Lancashire historians, one of an old family in that county, and is usually.
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Find items in libraries near you. Henry Ainsworth, Nonconformist theologian, Hebrew scholar, and a leader of the English Separatist colony in Amsterdam. At first a Puritan, Ainsworth joined the Separatists who broke entirely with the Church of England. Driven abroad in the persecution ofhe settled in Amsterdam.
When part of. Henry Ainsworth.—This person was a celebrated scholar, and excellent divine, and the puritan commentator book painful sufferer for nonconformity. Though little is known of him, especially during the early part of his life, his uncommon skill in Hebrew learning, and his excellent commentaries on the sacred scriptures, are held in high reputation to this day.
| Puritan divine. Educated at Caius College, Cambridge, he became a separatist* and fled to Holland, where he became first a porter to a bookseller and then teacher to a London congregation which had reassembled in Amsterdam under the pastorship of Francis Johnson.
He drew up a confession of faith, and with Johnson wrote in a Defence of the. HENRY AINSWORTH (), English Nonconformist divine and scholar, was born of yeoman stock in /1 at Swanton Morley, Norfolk.
He was for four years from December a scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, and, after associating with the Puritan party in. is a platform for academics to share research papers. 70 Henry Ainsworth Annotations Upon the First Book of Moses, Called Genesis [Amsterdam], 4º: 3* 4 3+ 2 A-2K 4 ×mm Vet.
B2 e. Henry had begun this massive work in November By the time of his death ten years later, the project had got as far as the end of the book of Acts.
It would be finished by a number of ministers after his death. The commentary is quintessentially Puritan. Matthew Henry was born inthe same year that the Act of Uniformity barred his father, Phillip, and other pastors (including Thomas Brooks) from official ministry in the Church of England.
Henry was raised by godly parents in the Puritan way (daily Bible reading, prayer, self-examination, etc.) and always wanted to be a pastor. AINSWORTH, HENRY (–), English Nonconformist divine and scholar, was born of yeoman stock in /1 at Swanton Morley, Norfolk.
He was for four years from December a scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, and, after associating with the Puritan. In in Amsterdam, Henry Ainsworth published his Book of Psalms for the use of these congregations, including 39 tunes of English, Dutch and French origin.
The Ainsworth psalter was brought to Plymouth Colony in by the group we know as the Pilgrims and was used there for a.
3 Edmund S. Morgan, Visible Saints: The History of a Puritan Idea (New York, ), 54, 4 On Ainsworth's early life, see William E. Axon and Ernest Axon, "Henry Ainsworth, the Puritan Commentator," Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society 6 (): One book he carried with him was a commentary on the Psalms by the Hebraist Henry Ainsworth.
While Ainsworth was interested in the vastness of rabbinic tradition, he was in love with Maimonides, whom he called “the wisest of the Hebrew Rabbins.” The Puritans who arrived after the Mayflower were equally obsessed with the people of Israel.
: henry ainsworth. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. All. Henry Ainsworth AINSWORTH, HENRY (), English Nonconformist divine and scholar, was born of yeoman stock in /1 at Swanton Morley, Norfolk. He was for four years from December a scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, and, after associating with the Puritan party in the Church, eventually joined the Separatists.
EXODUS AINSWORTH, Henry - Annotations upon the Second Book of Moses, called Exodus, LIGHTFOOT, John - An Handful of Gleanings out of the Book of Exodus, WILLET, Andrew - Hexapla in Exodum, that is a Sixfold Commentary upon the Second Book of Author: SWRB, Henry Ainsworth, John Lightfoot.
the distinction of being the first book printed in English America. When the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth in!&$", and founded the first permanent colony in New England, they brought with them Henry Ainsworth’s version of the Psalms in prose and metre, with the printed tunes.
This. Henry Ainsworth, the puritan commentator by William E. Axon; 1 edition; People: Henry Ainsworth (?). Vol.contain section: "Bibliography of Lancashire and Cheshire antiquities" (v. include also bibliography). Henry Ainsworth: his birthplace and his death by Ernest Axon (Book) A comparison of the concepts of Jean Calvin and Henry Ainsworth on the church by John D Finley () Henry Ainsworth, the puritan commentator by William E.
Links and Downloads Manager - Old Testament - Annotations (Vol. 2) -- Henry Ainsworth - The PuritanBoard An animadversion to mr. Richard - Google Book Search Also see portions of his Psalter online here.2 Dictionary of National Biography; W.E.A. and Ernest Axon, Henry Ainsworth, the puritan commentator in Transactqons of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, vol.
VI (), P. 42 ff. 3 J. and S. C. Venn, Admissions to Gonville and Caius College. Cf. H. M. Dexter, The Congregationalism of the last three hundred years, as seen.