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" Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by what means the Christian faith obtained so remarkable a victory over the established religions of the earth. To this inquiry, an obvious but satisfactory answer may be returned ; that it was owing to the... "
The Dublin Review - Seite 119
herausgegeben von - 1841
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Band 38

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1823
...' pp. 4<97-> 499. • As a commentary on this story, he quotes the following passage from Gibbon. ' Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire, by what means the Christian faith hath obtained so remarkable victory over the established religions of the East ? To this inquiry an...
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The Wonders of Elora: Or, The Narrative of a Journey to the Temples and ...

John Benjamin Seely - 1825 - 597 Seiten
...remarkable a victory :r the established religions of the East ? To this inquiry, an HH obvious and satisfactory answer may be returned, that it was owing...the convincing evidence of the doctrine itself, and the ruling providence of its great Author." — Gibbon. " It has God for its author, salvation for...
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The Wonders of Elora: Or, The Narrative of a Journey to the Temples and ...

John Benjamin Seely - 1825 - 597 Seiten
...Maker. Read the Bible every day of your life." — Dr. S. Johnson, on his death-bed, to a friend. " Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire, by what means the Christian faith hath obtained so remarkable a victory over the established religions of the East ? To this inquiry,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 1

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...victory over the еють of established religions of the earth. To- this inquiry, an obvious t,1""'™" but satisfactory answer may be returned ; that it was owing to the convincing evidence of thé doctrine itself, and to the ruling providence of its great Author. But as truth and reason seldom...
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The Spirit of the Pilgrims, Band 3

1830
...far from this, he speaks of it as " the divine revelation," and says that its success was primarily " owing to the convincing evidence of the doctrine itself,...and to the ruling providence of its Great Author."^ The writers here mentioned are among those who, by common consent, have long been denominated Deists...
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The Spirit of the Pilgrims, Band 3

1830
...far from this, he speaks of it as " the divine revelation," and says that its success was primarily " owing to the convincing evidence of the doctrine itself, and to the ruling providence of its Great Author "\ The writers here mentioned are among those who, by common consent, have long been denominated Deists...
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Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an ..., Bände 1-2

Robert Owen - 1829
...'•In assigning the CAVSES of the success of the Gospel, Mr. Gibbojo nreseirts us with what follow?:— "Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire, by...over the established religions of the earth? To this inquiryi an obvious but satisfactory answer may be returned, that it was owmg to the convincing evidence...
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The Truth of Revelation, Demonstrated by an Appeal to Existing Monuments ...

John Murray - 1831 - 276 Seiten
...continued lecture of the strictest morality, of justice, benevolence, and universal charity." 3. GIBBON. " Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by what means the Christian faith hath obtained so remarkable a victory over the established religions of the east ? To this inquiry...
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The British preacher

British preacher - 1832
...of the " Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire," when he proceeds to inquire into the means by which the Christian faith obtained so remarkable a victory over the established religions of the earth, specifies the virtues of the primitive Christians as one of its secondary causes. I do not stop to...
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Lectures in Divinity, Band 1

George Hill - 1833
...professes to be a candid, but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity. " Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...ruling Providence of its great Author. But as truth and reason seldom find so favourable a reception in the world, and as the wisdom of Providence frequently...
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