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" ... that revelation, which human reason can hardly clear; but as the truth of it stands upon evidence so strong and convincing, that it cannot be denied without much greater difficulties than those that attend the belief of it, (as I have before... "
Familiar Essays, on Interesting Subjects ... - Page 116
1787 - 170 pages
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Gleanings, Moral and Religious, from Various Authors

John Kendall - 1826 - 318 pages
...of the Scriptures, that good people grow more and more fond of them as they arrive nearer to Heaven. God has thought proper to proportion our knowledge to our wants, not to our pride. All that concerns our duty is clear : and as to other points either of natural or revealed...
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Converts from Infidelity: John Wilmot, earl of Rochester. Count Struensee ...

Andrew Crichton - 1827
...much greater difficulties than those that attend the belief of it, we ought not to reject it upon such objections, however mortifying they may be to our...pride That indeed would have all things made plain to ua ; but God has thought proper to proportion our knowledge to our wants, not our pride. All that concerns...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Volume 10

1828
...attend the belief of it, (as I have before endeavoured to prove,) we ought not to reject it upon such objections, however mortifying they may be to our...our pride. All that concerns our duty is clear; and to other points, either of natural or revealed religion, if he has left some obscurities in them, is...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volume 10

1828
...attend the belief of it, (as I have before endeavoured to prove,) we ought not to reject it upon such objections, however mortifying they may be to our...our pride. All that concerns our duty is clear; and to other points, either of natural or revealed religion, if he has left some obscurities in them, is...
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The Family Encyclopedia of Useful Knowledge and General Literature ...

John Lauris Blake - 1834 - 960 pages
...much greater difficulties than those that attend the belief of it, we ought not to reject it upon such objections, however mortifying they may be to our...thought proper to proportion our knowledge to our tennis, not to our pride. All that concerns our duty is clear ; and as to other points either of natural...
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Standard Works, Volumes 1-20

1835
...attend the belief of it, as I have before endeavored to prove, we ought not to reject it upon such objections, however mortifying they may be to our...indeed would have all things made plain to us, but (¡i>d has thought proper to proportion our knowledge to our wants, not our pride. All that concerns...
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Infidelity: Comprising Jenyns' Internal Evidence, Leslie's Method, Lyttelton ...

1837 - 457 pages
...attend the belief of it, as I have before endeavored to prove, we ought not to reject it upon such objections, however mortifying they may be to our...pride. That indeed would have all things made plain lu vs, but God has thought proper to proportion our knowledge to our wants, not our pride. All that...
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The Imperial Magazine;: And, Monthly Record of Religious ..., Volume 10

Samuel Drew - 1828
...attend the belief of it, (as I have before endeavoured to prove,) we ought not to reject it upon such objections, however mortifying they may be to our...our pride. All that concerns our duty is clear; and to other points, either of natural or revealed religion, if he has left some obscurities in them, is...
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