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" Thefe are all plain facts too glaring to be contradicted, and therefore, whatever we may think of the authority of... "
Dialogues of the Dead with the Living - Page 109
by Philip Parsons - 1779 - 227 pages
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A View of the Internal Evidence of the Christian Religion

Soame Jenyns - 1776 - 191 pages
...of thefe books, the relations which they contain, or the infpiration of their authors, of thefe fads no man, who has eyes to read, or ears to hear, can...there are the books, and in them is this religion. PROPOSITION m. TV/TY third propofition is this ; that from this book called the New Teftament, may...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns ...: Including Several Pieces Never ..., Volume 4

Soame Jenyns - 1790
...authority of the f thefe books, the relations which they contain, or the infpiration of their authors, of thefe facts no man, who has eyes to read, or ears...there are the books, and in them is this religion. VOL. IV- D PR OPROPOSITION III. MY third propofition is this ; That from this book called the New Teftament,...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns,esq. ...

Soame Jenyns - 1793
...thefe books, the relations which they con* tain, or the infpiration of their authors, of thefe fadts no man, who has eyes to read, or ears to hear, can...there are the books* and in them is this religion* VOL. IV. D PROPOSITION III. MY third proportion is this ; That from this book called the New Teftament,...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns ...: To which are Prefixed Short ..., Volumes 3-4

Soame Jenyns, Charles Nalson Cole - 1793
...relations which they contain, or the infpiration of their authors, of thefe fa<5ts no man, who has eye^ to read, or ears to hear, can entertain a doubt ;...there are the books, and in them is this religion. VOL. IV. D PR oPROPOSITION III. MY third propofition is this ; That from this book called the New Teftament,...
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The Great Importance of a Religious Life Considered

William Melmoth - 1802 - 313 pages
...the authority of thefe books, the relations which they contain, or the infpiration of their authors, of thefe facts no man, who has eyes to read, or ears...there are the books and in them is this religion." PROPOSITION III. IVl Y third proportion is this, That from this book, called the New Teftament, may...
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The works of... P. Doddridge [ed. by E. Williams and E. Parsons ..., Volume 5

Philip Doddridge - 1804
...the**? b'*oks, the relations they contain or the inspiration of their authors, of these fact ., ni man who has eyes to read, or ears to hear, can entertain a doubt; because there are the books, and in them H tlr.s religion. 5. Christianity enjoins with peculiar plainness...
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An Epitome of the History of the World: From the Creation to the ..., Volume 2

John Hoyland - 1816 - 876 pages
...these books, of the relations which they contain, or of the inspiration of their authors, of these facts, no man, who has eyes to read, or ears to hear, can entertain any doubt. " When there is proof of the discovery of a system of thcology so sublime, and of cthics...
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The Republican, Volume 1

Richard Carlile - 1820
...authority of these books, the relations which they cpntain, or the inspiration of their authors, of these facts no man, who has eyes to read, or ears to hear, can entertains doubt; because there is the book, and in it is this religion." Mr. Soame Jenyns might have...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1826
...the authority of these books, the relations which they contain, or the inspiration of their authors ; no man who has eyes to read, or ears to hear, can entertain a doubt, that they promulgated doctrines, not only unknown to all antiquity, but as inconceivable to the wisest...
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Converts from Infidelity: Hon. Robert Boyle. Captain James Wilson. Soame ...

Andrew Crichton - 1827
...the authority of these books, the relations which they contain, or the inspiration of their authors ; no man who has eyes "to read, or ears to hear, can entertain a doubt, that they promulgated doctrines, not only unknown to all antiquity, but as inconceivable to the wisest...
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