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" I have no further dispute with you : I leave you to other hands. Christianity desires no greater honour than to be received by every one that is not an atheist. Suppose there be a God : what then ? Why, then he made the world. Well? And a multitude of... "
Dialogues of the Dead with the Living - Page 18
by Philip Parsons - 1779 - 227 pages
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 45

Tobias George Smollett - 1778
...received by every one that is not an Atheift. • Suppofe there be a God : what then i C 3 • Why, ' Why, then he made the world. • Well. * And a multitude...of the creation, which are not comprehended within th« prefent courfe of nature. Every animal, every vegetable, muft have been brought into Being at...
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Sermons i. On the efficacy of prayer and intercession. ii. On the articles ...

Samuel Ogden - 1780
...defires no greater honour than to be received by every one that is not an Atheift. o 4 Suppofe Suppofe there be a God : what then ? Why, then he made the world. Well And a multitude of things mufl have been done at that time of the Creation, which are not comprehended within the prefent courfe...
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Our Christian Classics: Readings from the Best Divines, with ..., Volume 4

James Hamilton - 1858
...Christianity desires no greater honour than to be received by every one that is not an atheist. Suppose there be a God: what then ? Why, then he made the world. Well? And a multitude of things must have been done at that time of the creation, which are not comprehended within the present course...
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Our Christian Classics: Readings from the Best Divines with ..., Volume 4

James Hamilton - 1858
...Christianity desires no greater honour than to be received by every one that is not an atheist. Suppose there be a God : what then ? Why, then he made the world. Well? And a multitude of things must have been done at that time of the creation, which are not comprehended within the present course...
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Christian Classics... with Notices Biographical and Critical, Volume 4

James Hamilton - 1859
...Christianity desires no greater honour than to be received by every one that is not an atheist. Suppose there be a God : what then ? Why, then he made the world. Well? And a multitude of things must have been done at that time of the creation, which are not comprehended within the present course...
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