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essential requisites to form the good ruler"s character, illustrated and urged
|Other titles||Mr. Whitney"s election-sermon|
|Statement||by Josiah Whitney, A.M., Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Brooklyn.|
|Contributions||American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BV4260 .C9 1788|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||25023359|
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The essential requisites to form the good ruler's character, illustrated and urged: a sermon preached in the audience of His Excellency Samuel Huntington, Esq., L.L.D., governor, and commander in chief, His Honor Oliver Wolcott, Esq., lieutenant-governor, and the honourable the counsellors and House of Representatives of the state of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary election.
The essential requisites to form the good ruler's character, illustrated and urged.: a sermon, preached in the audience of His Excellency Samuel Huntington, Esq. L.L.D. governor, and commander in chief ; His Honor Oliver Wolcott, Esq. lieutenant-governor, and the honourable the counsellors and House of Representatives of the state of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary.
The essential requisites to form the good ruler's character, illustrated and urged.: a sermon, preached in the audience of His Excellency Samuel Huntington, Esq. L.L.D.
governor, and commander in chief ; His Honor Oliver Wolcott, Esq. lieutenant-governor, and the honourabl the counsellors and House of Representatives of the state of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary election.
The character of the good ruler;: A study of Puritan political ideas in New England,(Yale historical publications. Miscellany) [Breen, T.
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[Samuel Willard, one of the leading Puritan ministers in Massachusetts in the latter half of the 17 th century, outlines below the characteristics of a good political was first delivered as an election sermon in ].
THE CHARACTER OF A GOOD RULER. Whether the Ordination of Civil Government be an Article of the Law of Nature. The essential requisites to form the good ruler's character, illustrated and urged [electronic resource] The essential requisites to form the good ruler's character, illustrated and urged.
[electronic resource A sermon, preached before His Excellency Samuel Huntington, Esq. L.L.D. governor, and the Honorable the.
Ooh, yay, one of my favorite topics. (Seriously). 1) Show the goodness, don’t tell it. There are some qualities in fantasy it’s often better to tell (a character’s height, simple emotions); some qualities that might be good to show or tell depending on the situation (tell me about the character’s beauty if you must, but please don’t rhapsodize); and others it is fatal not to show.
A ‘good’ ruler is subjective, and some of the ‘good’ rulers had personal flaws and even individual acts of cruelty by modern standards.
However, the criteria for a good ruler is somebody willing to consider the best interests of their subjects, creating a state that allowed peace, progress and prosperity. I'd put the Meditations by Marcus Aurelius way atop the list. Also excellent is The Complete Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S.
Grant: Ulysses S. Grant: : Books but its focus is the Civil War and his earlier years. Of course T. In fact, the whole book can be read as an analogy - the ruler is the awareness, or self, in meditation and the myriad creatures or empire is the experience of the body, senses and desires.
A good ruler leads by example - Ecclesiastes B. A corrupt ruler will lead the people astray - Ezra IV. A Ruler Dispenses Justice - Micah A. A ruler must not act foolishly - Ecclesiastes B. The Character of the Good Ruler: A Study of Puritan Political Ideas in New England, T.
Breen. Acls History E Book Project, - Computers - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. References to this book. The character of good rulers, in other words, may very well depend on the character of the local religious leaders.
As people of faith we are intrinsically vital to the democratic enterprise. The lives and legacies of Samuel Willard and Samuel Adams attest to that. " Karishma, The Miracles of Destiny has all the essential requisites- drama, romance, action and most important of all -a good story line.": Sachin Bhaumick 12 May, - PM IST | By.
THE CHARACTER OF A GOOD RULER. [By Samuel Willard]  II. Samuel He that Ruleth over men, must be just, Ruling in the Fear of God. _____ Whether the ordination of civil government be an article of the law of nature, and it should accordingly have been established upon the multiplication of mankind, although they had retained their primitive [first] integrity--or whether it have only.
The last requisite to form the character of good rulers, mentioned in our text, is hating covetousness. Which means a noble, and generous contempt of the world, and intimates that rulers should “not be greedy of money” but abhor bribery, and every dirty method of gain.
In the same book, the existence of a hereditary monarchy is deplored as a sign of degeneration, in these words: "Now that the Grand Course has fallen into disuse and obscurity, the kingdom is a family inheritance." (Bk.
vii., sect. i., 3.) The Right to Depose the Ruler. "Tsze. God is neither good nor bad, neither moral nor immoral, he is unmoral; yet, his nature and character is the ultimate criterion of goodness and of morality. And God's will can be learned from his revelations, which in the terms of science are called experiences, and which we formulate with exactness in what is called "the laws of nature.".
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Remarkable in its range of material, the book is profusely illustrated, with clear explanations in the text that frequently reference figures in the plates. The moral character is intended to secure the respectability of the Order, because, by the worthiness of its candidates, their virtuous deportment, and good reputation, will the character of the institution be judged, while the admission of irreligious libertines and contemners of the moral law would necessarily impair its dignity and honor.