Sons of the manse

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James P. Mathew & Co , Dundee
Church of Scotland -- Biogr
Statementby A. W. Fergusson.
The Physical Object
Pagination(8), 412 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL21864635M

This sequel to Children of the Manse follows the development of the four adopted children-Lewis, Mark, Michael and Janey-through the identity crisis of adolescence to adulthood and y through their adolescence, the children's clergyman father accepts an offer to become the chief minister of the United Church in the "atomic city" of Los Alamos, New Mexico.

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Ministers are given a house with their church and this is called The Manse. Sons of the Manse () "I was ever of opinion that the honest man who married and brought up a large family, did more service than he who continued single and only talked of population." It is with this naive sentence that the Vicar of Sons of the manse book begins his.

Benjamin Beddome () is a largely forgotten 18th Century English Baptist preacher, remembered today only as a minor hymnwriter. For over half a century he served as pastor of the Baptist church meeting at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire.

All are sons or daughters of the manse. Scots think they know what that means, but having looked a little deeper into the notion, it seems to me to be about as misleading as that other great cliche of Scottish life, Red Clydeside.

The son of the manse, as we all know, is a Presbyterian super-hero, Eric Liddle on speed, a man who thrives on. Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Holland, J.G. (Josiah Gilbert), Mistress of the manse.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons, A manse (/ ˈ m æ n s /) is a clergy house inhabited by, or formerly inhabited by, a minister, usually used in the context of Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist and other Christian traditions.

Ultimately derived from the Latin mansus, "dwelling", from manere, "to remain", by the 16th century the term meant both a dwelling and, in ecclesiastical contexts, the amount of land needed to support a.

The Old Manse is a historic manse in Concord, Massachusetts, United States famous for its American historical and literary associations. It is open to the public as a nonprofit museum owned and operated by the Trustees of house is located on Monument Street, with the Concord River just behind it.

The property neighbors the North Bridge, a part of Minute Man National Historical. Each Halloween, the Manse becomes a House of Horrors. Vampires, werewolves, ghouls and ghosts - not to mention Frankenstein's monster - stalk the premises.

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John Laslett has just arrived in Green Valley as the new parish minister, /5(5). ‘As a son of the manse, he was for years treasurer of his church.’ ‘Like many sons of the manse, he seems to possess a covenant to govern others.’ ‘A son of the manse, he was born in Helensburgh in ’ ‘The second-in-command, a tough Scot and son of the manse, also fought to the end.’.

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Whether this was coincidence, providence or divine will, the impact knocked down a portion of the manse, though the manse. son-of-the-manse definition: Noun (plural sons of the manse) 1.

A specifically male child of the manse. The Black Watch Regiment and the Great War is a book written by those who have worn the Red Hackle, descendants of The Black Watch soldiers ofand those connected to the regiment. from the ‘Black Watch Men from Latin America’ to ‘Combatant Ministers and Sons of the Manse.

son of the manse (plural sons of the manse) A male child of the manse, the son of a religious minister.

"The making of Gordon Brown", The Telegraph, 9 June The next prime minister is always referred to as a son of the manse, but what was his Scottish upbringing really like?.

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Manse definition, the house and land occupied by a minister or parson. See more. son of the manse A son of a minister, typically Presbyterian.

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