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Jonathan A. Mayhew

Pastor

Old West Church

HQ Phone:  (617) 227-5088

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Old West Church

131 Cambridge Street

Boston, Massachusetts,02114

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1974, the Old West Organ Society is an association of music lovers, performers, and scholars committed to the preservation, protection from harm or inappropriate alteration, and promotion by means of performance and pedagogy of the C. B. Fisk organ,...more

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Sermon - Great Fire in Boston - 1760 - WallBuilders

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Rev. Jonathan Mayhew (1720-66) was a Massachusetts clergyman.
He graduated with honors from Harvard in 1744 and began pastoring the West Church (Boston) in 1747. He preached what he considered to be a rational and practical Christianity based on the Scriptures. Mayhew was a true Puritan and staunchly defended civil liberty; he published many sermons related to the preservations of those liberties, including one immediately following the repeal of the Stamp Act entitled The Snare Broken (1766). Highly thought of by many patriots, including John Adams, who credited Rev. Mayhew with being one of the two most In this sermon, Mayhew exhorts his congregation after the Great Fire in Boston (March 20, 1760), providing them with a Biblical perspective of disasters and By Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. Pastor of the West-Church in Boston.


Religion and the American Revolution (Religion and the Founding of the American Republic, Library of Congress Exhibition)

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Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. Pastor of the West Church in Boston . . .
Jonathan Mayhew An eloquent proponent of the idea that civil and religious liberty was ordained by God, Jonathan Mayhew considered the Church of England as a dangerous, almost diabolical, enemyof the New England Way. The bishop's mitre with the snake emerging from it represented his view of the Anglican hierarchy. Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. Pastor of the West Church in Boston . . . Mayhew asserted that resistance to a tyrant was a "glorious" Christian duty. In offering moral sanction for political and military resistance, Mayhew anticipated the position that most ministers took during the conflict with Britain. Discourse Concerning Unlimited Submission and Non-Resistance to the Higher Powers Jonathan Mayhew, D.D.


A discourse concerning the unlimited submission and non-resistance to the high powers, 1750, Jonathan Mayhew - Founding.com

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A discourse concerning the unlimited submission and non-resistance to the high powers, 1750, Jonathan Mayhew
HomePreachers' Pen A discourse concerning the unlimited submission and non-resistance to the high powers, 1750, Jonathan Mayhew Harvard graduate and Congregationalist minister, Jonathan Mayhew (1720-1766) served the West Church in Boston from his ordination in 1747 until his death. A discourse concerning the unlimited submission and non-resistance to the high powers, 1750, Jonathan Mayhew


Auction, Collectibles Auction, Original Historical Documents - Cohasco DPC

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Incomplete but significant and excessively rare pamphlet, with variant title, "Concerning Unlimited Submission and Non-Resistance to the Higher Powers...," (by Jonathan Mayhew, noted New England minister who coined the phrase, "No taxation without representation").
Possibly Boston, 1750-75, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 , 2 + 54 pp. An historically important sermon, included in Claremont Institute's Founders' Library. Mayhew was minister of Boston's West Church. Lacking at least pp. 1-2, and final leaf (based on description of British Library's copy) (but text available online); some waterstaining, toning, and corner wear, else good plus. Termed a "conservative revolutionary," Mayhew embodied "the idea of resistance in mid-eighteenth-century Boston"--Massachusetts Historical Review, 2008. Evans 6549. An obscure cornerstone of American freedom. $275-350


Election 2012 | Evidence and Answers

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Rev. Jonathan Mayhew, minister of West Church (Boston)


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