A Reply to the Rev. Isaac Nelson, of Belfast, and Rev. William Dobbin, of Anaghlone; Or, Revivalism, Assurance, the Witness of the Spirit Defended: In Speeches Delivered at the General Assembly, June 12, 1866 (Classic Reprint)




      A Reply to the Rev. Isaac Nelson, of Belfast, and Rev. William Dobbin, of Anaghlone; Or, Revivalism, Assurance, the Witness of the Spirit Defended: In Speeches Delivered at the General Assembly, June 12, 1866 (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from A Reply to the Rev Isaac Nelson, of Belfast, and Rev William Dobbin, of Anaghlone Or, Revivalism, Assurance, the Witness of the Spirit Defended In Speeches Delivered at the General Assembly, June 12, 1866Dr Murphy who, I believe, had not then read these pamphlets, attempted to effect a pacific settlement I need not say here that Dr Murphy is one of our most peace loving ministers an Israelite indeed in whom is no guile and I have often said to my friends that, were I ever to quarrel with Dr Murphy, I gave them notice that I would myself be in the wrong for Dr Murphy would willingly offend no one But when my friend, at the Synod, interfered to promote peace, and in the spirit of conciliation described Mr Dobbin as an intensely orthodox minister, you all know how this gentle man immediately ared out in the newspapers in an epistle which was only discreditable to himself and ever since he has been pursuing the same course Instead of exhibiting the spirit of Him who did not strive, nor cry, neither did any man hear his voice in the streets, Mr Dobbin has manifested a wonderful itch for notoriety Every now and then he has been popping outhis head in the newspapers in some little Spit fire epistle Moderator, I do not think that the newspapers are a proper medium for the discussion of a question such as this The doctrine of the assurance of grace and salvation should be examined with the utmost seriousness it pertains specially to the chil dren of God and in its investigation the world lying in wickedness can be expected to take no interest whatever I hold, then, that the man who insists on introducing the question into common newspapers displays very little good sense, very little taste, very little consideration.This Commission, Moderator, was appointed to examine documents and to report to the Assembly My impression was that we were bound to examine documents on both sides and, if necessary, to report, as well in regard to Mr Dobbin, asin regard to Mr Crawford On looking into these pamphlets I found that Mr Dobbin had deviated from the Confession of Faith and though he has stated to you this morning that no Irishman took any im portant part in the proceedings of the Commission, he must remember that I made a rather remarkable motion I moved that he should be reported to the Assembly as an errorist and I believe I am an Irishman My motion was not adopted, as it was argued that Mr Dobbin was not before us I then thought, and still think, otherwise I deem it right to mention what occurred for though I eventually acquiesced in the finding of the Commission, I did not altogether approve of it as I believed we should have gone farther.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Download A Reply to the Rev. Isaac Nelson, of Belfast, and Rev. William Dobbin, of Anaghlone; Or, Revivalism, Assurance, the Witness of the Spirit Defended: In Speeches Delivered at the General Assembly, June 12, 1866 (Classic Reprint) – heartforum.co.uk

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