Some articles on preaching:
... was at Sankassa that (according to the commentaries) the Buddha returned to earth, after preaching the Abhidhamma Pitaka in Tavatimsa, following the performance of the Twin Miracle under the ... his eminence in iddhi, Anuruddha in dibbacakkhu, and Punna in skill in preaching, and the Buddha wished to give Sariputta a chance of shining in his wisdom ... All Buddhas descend at that spot to the world of men after preaching the Abhidhamma ...
... Here are some quotes of Robertson linking the study of the Greek New Testament to preaching "The greatest proof that the Bible is inspired is that it has withstood so much bad preaching!" "God pity the poor ...
... In 1991 he founded the Islamic History Research Council India (IHRC) to further disseminate his ideas and research as of 10 September 2012, he has delivered about 1008 lectures under the IHRC lecture series banner ... These lectures are primarily on biographies of all the prophets of Islam, particularly Muhammad and the history of Islam and Muslims from the Caliphate to the present day ...
... A second arrest was followed by an attempt to forcibly prevent his preaching ... Ferne, on 16 March 1662, but was carried into effect so as to prohibit him from preaching on 17 August ... at Preston for six months, under the Five Miles Act, for preaching near Altham ...
... As Dean of Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Jonathan Swift spent every fifth Sunday preaching from the pulpit ... to preach, Swift was reported to say that he "could never rise higher than preaching pamphlets." Swift's friend, Dr ... Swift wrote out his sermons before preaching and marked his words in order to provide the correct pronunciation or to emphasize the word ironically ...
More definitions of "preaching":
- (noun): A moralistic rebuke.
Example: "Your preaching is wasted on him"
Famous quotes containing the word preaching:
“Camerado, I give you my hand!
I give you my love more precious than money,
I give you myself before preaching or law;
Will you give me yourself?”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“What is more subtle than this which ties me to the woman or man
that looks in my face?
Which fuses me into you now, and pours my meaning into you?
We understand men do we not?
What I promisd without mentioning it, have you not accepted?
What the study could not teachwhat the preaching could
not accomplish is accomplishd, is it not?”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“Sir, a womans preaching is like a dogs walking on his hinder legs. It is not done well; but you are surprized to find it done at all.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)