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Unconscious of the prophetic meaning of the words he uttered , Caiaphas reasoned on them according to the principles of human policy ; inferring that the ...
... of the fear of death , by the strength of human reason alone ; but this fear will decrease in proportion to our consciousness of rectitude of conduct.
That he was expressly sent to teach them Divine truths , which by human reason alone they could never have discovered ; that he was not come to condemn the ...
... was very erroneous to suppose , that the covenant which God made to be their everlasting friend and protector , was limited to the short period of human ...
It is only a purer degree of that very same affection , which we frequently entertain for some of the most worthy of the human species .
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