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Earnest-minded men an account of local government in the County of Vermilion River

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Published by County of Vermilion River in Kitscoty, Alta .
Written in English



  • Alberta,
  • Vermilion River (County)


  • Education -- Alberta -- Vermilion River (County) -- History -- Sources.,
  • School management and organization -- Alberta -- Vermilion River (County) -- History -- Sources.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Allen Ronaghan.
ContributionsRonaghan, Allen, 1923-
LC ClassificationsLA418.A4 E27
The Physical Object
Pagination648 p. :
Number of Pages648
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5241806M
LC Control Number75313253

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The "Holy Club," which Wesley joined at Oxford, was only one of many similar groups of earnest-minded men who prayed for light in the midst of abounding gloom. The group to which Wesley belonged pursued its own course. He and his following started upon a path which led them outside the Church of England. Books like The Shack and Jesus Calling speak volumes of how far Churchianity has replaced The Gospels with man-centered worldly philosophy wrapped in “Christian double-speak.” Beware of being carried away by this delusion; beware of being led astray by ‘earnest minded men!’ Earnestness is in itself an excellent thing; but it must be. From the death of Innocent IV. the excessive power of the Popes may be said to decrease. Gregory X. (D) and the Emperor Rudolf of Hapsburg were good, earnest-minded men, who put an end to the long-standing feud between Rome and the empire, and after a . They must not be Catholic or Protestant men. They must be after the Apostolic models, earnest-minded and Christian men. Like SAINT PAUL, they must be clean, unmarried men; men who keep under their bodies and beat them down, having learnt through a painful experience the real hardness of doing so.