Author:John Pye Smith

John Pye Smith
(1774–1851)
John Pye Smith

WorksEdit

  • An Essay on the Duty of Christians to enter full Communion with Congregational Churches (1796)
  • Inaugural Address to the Students at Homerton (1801)
  • The Prosperity of a Christian Church (1802)
  • The Divine Glory displayed by the Permission of Sin (1803)
  • Letters to the Rev. Thomas Belsham (1804) (external scan)
  • A Concise Statement of the Evidence for the Obligation of Christian Churches to Celebrate the Lord's Supper every Lord's Day (1806)
  • A Brief Memoir of Mr. George Hall (1807)
  • Introductory Discourse at the Ordination of the Rev. John Bruce (1808)
  • Charge, Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Alfred Bishop (1808)
  • A Sermon occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Joseph Barber (1810)
  • The Apostolic Ministry compared with the Pretensions of Spurious Religion and False Philosophy (1810)
  • The Adoration of our Lord Jesus Christ vindicated from the Charge of Idolatry (1811)
  • Charge, Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. James Tait (1813)
  • On the Sacrifice of Christ (1813) (external scan)
  • Vindiciae Academicae. A Letter to the Rev. Robert Winter, D.D., in Defense of the Protestant Dissenting Academy at Homerton… (1813)
  • Vindiciae Academicae. Part the Second, of a Defense of the … (1813) (external scan)
  • Sequel to Vindiciae Academicae; being a Reply to the Rev. J. Kello's Valedictory Address … (1813)
  • Introductory Discourse at the Ordination of the Rev. Henry Forster Burder (1814)
  • The Reasons of the Protestant Religion (1815) (external scan)
  • A Manual of Latin Grammar (1816) (external scan)
  • The Guilt of Neglecting the Knowledge of Christ (1816) (external scan)
  • The Sorrows of Britain (1817) (external scan)
  • Prudence and Piety Recommended to Young Persons at their Entrance upon the Active Duty of Life (1820)
  • The Connection of the Redeemer's Heavenly State with the Advancement of His Kingdom on Earth (1820)
  • On the Comparative Advantages of Prescribed Forms and Free Prayer (1821)
  • The Scripture Testimony to the Messiah (1818-21) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3)
  • The Means of obtaining Satisfaction with regard to the Truth of Religious Sentiments (1822)
  • The Presence of God in Death (1824)
  • A Vindication of those Citizens of Geneva … (1825)
  • On the Evidence of the Divine Origin of Christianity from the Resurrection of Jesus (1827)
  • Four Discourses on the Sacrifice and Priesthood of Jesus Christ (1828) (external scan)
  • Answer to a printer paper entitled "Manifesto of the christian evidence society" (1829) (external scan)
  • On the Principles of Interpretation as applied to the Prophesies of Scripture (1829) (external scan)
  • On Church Discipline (1831)
  • The Labours and the Reward of a Faithful Minister (1833) (external scan)
  • The Necessity of Religion to the Well-Being of a Nation (1834) (external scan)
  • On the Temper to be Cultivated by the Christians of Different Denominations towards each other (1835)
  • The Protestant Dissent Vindicated (1835) (external scan)
  • The Protestant Dissent further Vindicated (1835) (external scan)
  • The Mosaic Account of the Creation and the Deluge (1837)
  • On the Relation between the Holy Scriptures and some parts of Geological Science (1839) (external scan)
  • Lecture delivered at the London Tavern (1842)

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1927 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.