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" From all this I think it may be concluded, that no human means employed by St. Paul, in his design, of converting the Gentiles, were, or could be adequate to the great difficulties he had to contend with, or to the success that we know attended his work... "
Familiar Essays, on Interesting Subjects ... - Page 108
1787 - 170 pages
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Observations on the conversion and apostleship of st. Paul, a letter [by G ...

George Lyttelton (1st baron.) - 1799
...Apoftles of Cbrift. From all this I think it may be concluded, that no human means employed by St. Paid> in his defign of converting the Gentiles, were or...aiding his miniftry, becaufe no other was equal to the effect. Having then fhewn that St. Paul had no rational motives to become an Apoftle of Chriftt without...
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The champions of truth, or, Defenders of revelation, selected from Beattie ...

Champions - 1800
...deceiving themfelves ; advantages intirely wanting to the ApoRles of thrift. FROM all this I thirik it may be concluded, that no human means employed...he had to contend with", or to the fuccefs that we knowattended his work ; and we can in reafon afcribe that fuccefs to no other caufe, but the power...
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Observations on the conversion and apostleship of st. Paul, a letter [by G ...

George Lyttelton (1st baron.) - 1805
...concur and affift in deceiving themfelves ; advantages entirely wanting to the Apoftles of Chrift. From all this I think it may be concluded, that no...but the power of God going along with and aiding his miraftry, becaufe no other was equal to the effecTr. Having Having then {hewn that St. Paul had no...
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Observations on the Conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul

George Lyttelton Baron Lyttelton - 1805 - 113 pages
...to concur and affift in deceiving themfelves ; advantages entirely wanting to the apoftle of Chrift. From all this I think it may be concluded, that no...he had to contend with, or to the fuccefs that we knew attended his work ; and we can in reafon afcribe that fuccefs to no other caufe, but the power...
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The Christian's defence against infidelity ...: with an introductory essay

Thomas Chalmers - 1829 - 536 pages
...From all this I think it may be concluded, that no human means employed by St. Paul, in his design, of converting the Gentiles, were, or could be adequate...great difficulties he had to contend with, or to the success that we know attended his work : and we can in reason ascribe that success to no other cause,...
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Standard Works, Volumes 1-20

1835
...Christ. From all this I think it may be concluded, that no human means employed by St. Paul in his design of converting the Gentiles, were or could be adequate to the great difficulties lie had to contend with, or to the success that we know attended his work ; and we can in reason ascribe...
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Observations on the conversion and apostleship of st. Paul, a letter [by G ...

George Lyttelton (1st baron.) - 1868
...Christ. From all this I think it may be concluded, that no human means employed by St. Paul in his design of converting the Gentiles, were, or could be, adequate...great difficulties he had to contend with, or to the success that we know attended his work ; and we can in reason ascribe that success to no other cause...
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Strivings for the faith: a ser. of lects. delivered under the auspices of ...

Strivings - 1874
..." From all this it may I think be concluded that no human means employed by St. Paul in his design of converting the Gentiles were, or could be, adequate...great difficulties he had to contend with, or to the success that we know attended his work; and we can in reason ascribe that success to no other cause...
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Strivings for the Faith: A Series of Lectures, Delivered in the New Hall of ...

Christian Evidence Society - 1874 - 287 pages
..." From ail this it may I think be concluded that no human means employed by St. Paul in his design of converting the Gentiles were, or could be, adequate...great difficulties he had to contend with, or to the success that we know attended his work ; and we can in reason ascribe that success to no other cause...
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Strivings for the Faith: A Series of Lectures, Delivered in the New Hall of ...

Christian Evidence Society - 1875 - 287 pages
..." From all this it may I think be concluded that no human means employed by St. Paul in his design of converting the Gentiles were, or could be, adequate to the great diff1culties he had to contend with, or to the success that we know attended his work ; and we can...
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