The Devil's Pulpit: Or Astro-Theological Sermons

The Devil s Pulpit Or Astro Theological Sermons With a sketch of his life and an astronomical introduction This book is a collection of sermons delivered by the Rev Robert Taylor Everywhere he lectured he challenged the clergy to debate him He was

  • Title: The Devil's Pulpit: Or Astro-Theological Sermons
  • Author: Robert Taylor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Hardcover
  • With a sketch of his life and an astronomical introduction This book is a collection of sermons delivered by the Rev Robert Taylor Everywhere he lectured he challenged the clergy to debate him He was arrested for blasphemy and a persecution began A Quaker banker took this opportunity to press a debt, and threw the orator into prison It was there that he wrote the DieWith a sketch of his life and an astronomical introduction This book is a collection of sermons delivered by the Rev Robert Taylor Everywhere he lectured he challenged the clergy to debate him He was arrested for blasphemy and a persecution began A Quaker banker took this opportunity to press a debt, and threw the orator into prison It was there that he wrote the Diegesis and Syntagma Contents Star of Bethlehem John the Baptist Raising the Devil The Temple Unjust Judge Virgo Paritura St Peter Judas Iscariot Vindicated St Thomas St James and John the Sons of Thunder The Crucifixion of Christ Cup of Salvation Lecture on Free Masonry The Holy Ghost St Philip St Matthew The Redeemer.

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    1. The Devil’s Pulpit is a collection of sermons delivered by reverend Robert Taylor outlining the parallels between the Bible and the Zodiac, with the suggestion that Christianity is only thinly-disguised paganism, and that worshipping God and Jesus is effectively worshipping the sun. Written and read in the mid-19th century, it was because of a number of these sermons that Taylor was tried and imprisoned on grounds of blasphemy, which doesn’t come across at all surprising to a modern reader, [...]

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