The Millennial Kingdom of Peace: or a New System of Ecclesiastical Government, by the Holy Ghost and Saints (As Acts. XV. 26.) Where, Note, The Holy Ghost makes all Laws Invisibly! as when, "the Spirit made it seem good to decree," & c. as Acts XVI. 4. XV. 28. Or, as taught herein, That Invisibly, all Laws may be made by God's Spirit, if made invisibly by Saints! but cannot be done by Nations! For, God, our Saviour, promises, when he comes again, "to be glorified in his Saints," not Nations! see Dan. vii. 22. 2 Thes. X. 12. This Work Maintains also, That Such a Work Began in A.D. 1816! And Is to End in A.D. 1866; and Began With the Greeks Invisibly

TitleThe Millennial Kingdom of Peace: or a New System of Ecclesiastical Government, by the Holy Ghost and Saints (As Acts. XV. 26.) Where, Note, The Holy Ghost makes all Laws Invisibly! as when, "the Spirit made it seem good to decree," & c. as Acts XVI. 4. XV. 28. Or, as taught herein, That Invisibly, all Laws may be made by God's Spirit, if made invisibly by Saints! but cannot be done by Nations! For, God, our Saviour, promises, when he comes again, "to be glorified in his Saints," not Nations! see Dan. vii. 22. 2 Thes. X. 12. This Work Maintains also, That Such a Work Began in A.D. 1816! And Is to End in A.D. 1866; and Began With the Greeks Invisibly
Year for Search1824
AuthorsKellogg, Ebenezer(1789-1846)
Date Published1824
PublisherPublished by the Author
Place PublishedNp
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Proposal for a eutopia in which the saints will rule. Includes complex calculations on when the millennium will occur and concludes that it will be in 1866. Much criticism of contemporary organized religion saying that it is laymen who will be saved. Long argument that he was inspired by God and angels.

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The author (1789-1846) was professor of ancient languages and College Librarian at Williams College.

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1824 Kellogg, Ebenezer (1789-1846). The Millennial Kingdom of Peace: or a New System of Ecclesiastical Government, by the Holy Ghost and Saints (As Acts. XV. 26.) Where, Note, The Holy Ghost makes all Laws Invisibly! as when, “the Spirit made it seem good to decree,” &c. as Acts XVI. 4. XV. 28. Or, as taught herein, That Invisibly, all Laws may be made by God’s Spirit, if made invisibly by Saints! but cannot be done by Nations! For, God, our Saviour, promises, when he comes again, “to be glorified in his Saints,” not Nations! see Dan. vii. 22. 2 Thes. X. 12. This Work Maintains also, That Such a Work Began in A. D. 1816! And Is to End in A. D. 1866; and Began With the Greeks Invisibly. Np: Published by the Author. ICRL

Proposal for a eutopia in which the saints will rule. Includes complex calculations on when the millennium will occur and concludes that it will be in 1866. Much criticism of contemporary organized religion saying that it is laymen who will be saved. Long argument that he was inspired by God and angels. The author was professor of ancient languages and College Librarian at Williams College.