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" mind ; though they can only be derived from our ignorance of remote antiquity, and from our incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the divine "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 782
1800
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with ..., Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind ; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the Divine economy. These objections were eagerly embraced and as petulantly urged by the vain science of the...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1862
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the Divine economy. These objections were eagerly embraced and as petulantly urged by the vain science of the...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1862
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the Divine economy. These objections were eagerly embraced and as petulantly urged by the vain science of the...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 17

1868
...against the authority of Mosej and the prophets, which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind, though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the Divine economy. These objections were eagerly embraced, and as petulantly urged by the vain science of the...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 1

Edward Gibbon - 1879
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets, which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the divine economy. These objections were eagerlj embraced and as petulantly urged by the vain science of the...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1887
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind ; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the Divine economy. These objections were eagerly embraced and as petulantly urged by the vain science of the...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1897
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets, which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind ; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...from our incapacity to form an adequate judgment of thè divine œconomy. These objections were eagerly embraced, and as petulantly urged, by the vain...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1900
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets, which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the divine osconomy. These objections were eagerly embraced, and as petulantly urged, by the vain science of the...
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History of Christianity: Comprising All that Relates to the Progress of the ...

Edward Gibbon, Peter Eckler - 1916 - 86 pages
...stood, and gradually dis!—peared. This explains Justin Martyr s severity. — ENGLISH CHURCHMAN. only be derived from our ignorance of remote antiquity,...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the divine economy. These objections were eagerly embraced and as petulantly urged by the vain science of the...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: 28 Selected Chapters

Edward Gibbon - 1998 - 1089 pages
...against the authority of Moses and the prophets, which too readily present themselves to the sceptical mind; though they can only be derived from our ignorance...incapacity to form an adequate judgment of the divine economy.* These objections were eagerly embraced, and as petulantly urged, by the vain science of the...
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