2 edition of Manuductio ad ministerium found in the catalog.
Manuductio ad ministerium
by Printed for Thomas Hancock and sold at his shop ... in Boston
Written in English
|Other titles||Directions for a candidate of the ministry, Dr. Mather"s directions for a candidate of the ministry, Angels preparing to sound the trumpets|
|Contributions||American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BV4020 .M35 1726|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, xviii, , 149,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||97171619|
Cotton Mather () (b. Feb. 12, , Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony [U.S.]—d. Feb. 13, , Boston), "American Congregational minister and author, supporter of the old order of the ruling clergy, who became the most celebrated of all New England Puritans. He combined a [supposedly -WC] mystical strain (he believed in the existence of witchcraft) with a modern scientific interest. Cotton Mather (), son of Increase Mather and grandson of John Cotton, was a third generation American Puritan who did more than any of his contemporaries to perpetuate the vision of the founding fathers. Entering Harvard at 12, his youth was remarkable for its precocity. At 19 he became assistant to his father in the [ ].
Mather wrote of him (Manuductio Ad Ministerium, p. 85): "I hope, you will next unto the Sacred Scripture, make a Mastricht the Store-house to which you may resort continually."] [Author uncertain, attributed to John Locke], Common-Place Book to the Holy Scriptures. Of his books (mostly sermons) his best known were Essays to Do Good – a work which influenced the young Benjamin Franklin – and his Student and Preacher (Manuductio ad Ministerium), regarded by John Ryland, who reprinted it in , as without equal.
George W. Harper, "Manuductio ad Ministerium: Cotton Mather as Pastoral Innovator," Westminster Theological Journal (Spring ): Michael A. G. Haykin, "Hanserd Knollys (ca. ) on the Gifts of the Spirit," Westminster Theological Journal (Spring ): FROM SIBLEY'S HARVARD GRADUATES: John Cotton was born April 5, , at Halifax, Mass., a son of Josiah and Hannah (Sturtevant) Cotton. He graduated from Harvard College in He was minister at Halifax for about twenty years, ordained ; resigned He went to .
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His ambitious year work on biblical learning was interrupted by his n: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mather, Cotton, Manuductio ad ministerium.
New York: AMS Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Cotton Mather’s Manuductio ad Ministerium, written in, was the first book on preaching written by an American.
He primarily concerned himself with foundational matters from a variety of disciplines needed to prepare preachers for their task. The multiplicity of texts written in English since Mather can overwhelm a preacher's library.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mather, Cotton, Manuductio ad ministerium. New York: Pub. for the Facsimile text society by Columbia university Press, Cotton Mather’s Manuductio ad Ministerium, written inwas the first book on preaching written by an American. He primarily concerned himself with foundational matters from a variety of disciplines needed to prepare preachers for their task.
The multiplicity of texts written in English since Mather can overwhelm a preacher's library.  Manuductio ad coelum,and frequently; Opp. Antv., Christian Ethics.
Volume I. History of Ethics. "Mather's Manuductio ad Ministerium," -- or "Directions for a candidate" for the ministry, -- with the autographs of four successive clergymen in it, all of them, at one time or. In light of his scientific achievements, one almost forgets that Cotton Mather was a pastor and minister first and foremost.
Anticipating his imminent departure from this world, he hastened to write his Manuductio ad Ministerium (), a book-length manual for the ministry. Cotton Mather's Manuductio ad Ministerium. Or, The Angels preparing to sound the Trumpets.
Abridged & annotated by H. Hislop Oakley. The 18th century work of guidance by the New England Congregational minister.
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Cotton Mather wrote and published more than works. His magnum opus was Magnalia Christi Americana (), an ecclesiastical history of America from the founding of New England to his own time.
His Manuductio ad Ministerium () was a handbook of advice for young graduates to the ministry: on doing good, on college love affairs, on poetry. COTTON MATHER'S MANUDUCTIO AD THEOLOGIAM: THE "MORE QUIET AND HOPEFUL WAYM Intwo years before his own death and three years after that of his father, Cotton Mather had printed at Boston a book with one of the elaborate titlepages typical of the age: Manuduct?o ad Ministerium.
Directions for a Candidate of the. Cotton Mather’s Manuductio ad Ministerium, written inwas the first book on preaching written by an American. He primarily concerned himself with foundational matters from a variety of disciplines needed to prepare preachers for their task. The multiplicity of texts written in English since Mather can overwhelm a preacher's Size: KB.
Cotton Mather. Pastor at Boston North Church. Birthplace: Boston, MA Location of death: Boston, MA Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Copps Hill Burial Ground, Bost.
American Congregational clergyman and author, born in Boston, Massachusetts, on the 12th of February He was the grandson of Richard Mather, and the eldest child of Born: A book which became very popular was “Essays to do Good” which contains many maxims and reflections designed to influence conduct in life.
In he published a book addressed to theological students entitled “Manuductio ad Ministerium” in which he presented the view that a minister’s training should include all knowledge, and that. Manuductio ad Ministerium (), a book-length manual for the ministry.
Short on sec-tarian ideology, Manuductio. embodies Mather’s educational principles for the gentleman minister: Next to the tradi-tional classical languages, he recommends such modern lan-guages as.
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Wherein, first, a right foundation is laid for his future improvement; and, of his academical & preparatory studies. American literature; tradition & innovation Item Preview providence - In praise of eloquence - Wonders of the invisible world - Magnalia christi americana - Political fables - Manuductio ad ministerium - Sarah pierrepont - Sinners in the hand of an angry god - Personal narrative - Narrative of surprising conversions - Images or shadows of Pages: Magnalia Christi Americana • Manuductio ad Ministerium MARY ASTELL Some Reflections upon Marriage SARAH KEMBLE KNIGHT A Journey from Boston to New York JONATHAN SWIFT A Tale of a Tub • An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity • A Short Character of His Excellency, Thomas Earl ofWharton •.Mather, Cotton, Manuductio ad ministerium: directions for a candidate of the ministry / (New York, Pub.
for the Facsimile text society by Columbia university press, ), also by Kenneth Ballard Murdock and Thomas James Holmes (page images at HathiTrust) Mather, Cotton, Manuductio ad ministerium. Directions for a.