Some things relating to religion, proposed to the consideration of the Royal Society, (so termed)

to wit, concerning the right ground of certainty therein, concerning tenderness of spirit, and persecution, a query concerning separation, concerning washing away sin from the conscience, and the garment of salvation, and what it is that is covered therewith : likewise, some questions and answers concerning the church of the New-Covenant, the rock of foundation whereon it is built, and its preservation by and upon the rock : with some queries concerning the scattered and hidden estate of the church, and concerning that church which got up in the view of the world, instead thereof, and was acknowledged by the world as if she had been the true church, though indeed and truth she was not so : whereunto are added, some queries to professors, who speak of high attainments, &c.
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Some things relating to religion, proposed to the consideration of the Royal Society, book termed): to wit, concerning the right ground of certainty therein, concerning tenderness of spirit, and persecution, a query concerning separation, concerning washing away sin from the conscience, and the garment of salvation, and what it is that is covered therewith: likewise, some questions and.

When the Royal Society was chartered by Charles II on this day Jit was the first scientific society in history.

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Not surprisingly, active Christians, with their interest in God's creation, brought it into existence. In fact, its membership was overwhelmingly Puritan in makeup. Religion and the Early Royal Society Science & Christian Belief, No.

1• 5 some of these apparent contradictions. We will begin with a consideration of some of the terms used in the seventeenth-century discussions and with some general observations about the different ways in which religion may have influ-enced the early Royal Society. Some plain Queries drawn out of the Book of the Revelations; Some Considerations, helping out of the Suburbs of Babylon, &c.

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] A Query concerning Separation [p. ] Concerning the. The Royal Society, formally The Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge, is a learned society and the United Kingdom's national academy of d on 28 Novemberit was granted a royal charter by King Charles II as "The Royal Society".

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Religion is a secondary agent of socialisation, it plays a major part in many people’s lives, even though we may not be as religious as we used to be, religion still features strongly in our word as many of our laws and moral codes, which are targeted at maintaining a stable society stem from the as ‘thou shall not murder’ or.

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All of them are Christian, although of different denominations. In fact, symbolically, some of them are the highest religious authority in their country. Half of European monarchies are Catholic. Monotheism is the belief in one god. A narrower definition of monotheism is the belief in the existence of only one god that created the world, is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient, and intervenes in the world.

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Sir William Petty, English Mercantilist, founder of "political arithmetic". William Petty, "the most rational man in England", as Samuel Pepys called him, or a "frivolous, grasping, unprincipled adventurer" as Karl Marx () preferred, was born the son of a clothier in Romsey, Hampshire.

Petty's early education was rather spotty until he ran away from home and took up as a job as. The Royal Society of Chemistry has joined a new forum to tackle bullying and harassment, which is led by UKRI and joined by funding, policy and regulatory organisations including Universities UK, Wellcome and Cancer Research UK.

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The Romans gave Jupiter his own priest (flamen), and. at The Royal Society should be carried out objectively and professionally. The Society is committed to making funding or award decisions purely on the basis of the quality of the proposed science and merit of the individual.

No funding applicant or nominee for awards, Fellowship, Foreign Membership, election to a post or appointment to a. Book prizes; Flexi-Grant® 'Science and religion are both concerned with the search for truth, attainable through well-motivated beliefs.

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Inhe was inducted into the Royal Society (the royal academy of science in the U.K., dating back to ), and a year later, Pope Paul VI awarded him and Roger Penrose the Pius XI Gold Medal for Science.

In the version (only) he proposed investigation of the spirit world and its laws as a suitable project for the Royal Society.

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Glanvill’s argument has two steps. First, he tried to show that there is nothing absurd or inconceivable in the idea that there are evil spirits who act in the world. Graunt’s notes on fish were first published by Thomas Birch in The History of the Royal Society of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge, From Its First Rise, 4 vols.

(London, –), I,Hull quoted the notes from p. following his repr. of Graunt’s book, II, II. Informal meetings of an invisible college. Formal weekly meetings start in with official charter to be called the Royal Society of London in Explicitly tried to implement Bacon's program.

Motto: Take Nobody's word for it. Mauskopf, op. cit. (note 18), p. ; Congreve's exchanges with the Royal Society are in Royal Society, London, Miscellaneous Manuscripts, MM/4/30 to MM/4/36; some precedent lay in Stephen Hales's assistance in securing fireworks in the Green Park of Hales, StephenA Proposal for Checking in Some Degree the Progress of Fires.

Phil. Trans. R. After the Royal Society Discussion Meeting inhowever,Science published a review of the meeting, which attributed the giant impact idea only to Hartmann & Davis and, in the interest of historical accuracy, Melosh et al.

responded with a correction. Their wording, however, may have added new confusion to the historical record.Still, you can’t keep religion down, and after Mao died inas soon as the s there was a reflowering of practices which had previously been banned, as related in your second book pick, Qigong Fever by David Palmer.

When I was in China in the s, and further back in the s, there was a movement called Qigong.