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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 Evidence and Authority of Divine Revelation: Being a View of the ..., Band 2

Robert Haldane - 1834
...Mr Gibbon presents us with the following remarks. " Our curiosity is naturally prompted to enquire, by what means the Christian faith obtained so remarkable...over the established religions of the earth ? To this enquiry an obvious but satisfactory answer may be returned, that it was owing to the convincing evidence...
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Standard Works, Bände 1-20

Society for the Diffusion of Christian Knowledge - 1835
...deem to be true, to " be the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth." To the inquiry, by what means the Christian faith obtained so remarkable...victory over the established religions of the earth, you rightly answer, by the evidence of the doctrine itself, and the ruling providence of its author....
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A view of the principal deistical writers that have appeared in England in ...

John Leland, William Laurence Brown - 1837 - 730 Seiten
...to the early progress of the Christian religion. " Our curiosity is naturally prompted," says he, " to inquire by what means the Christian faith obtained...the convincing evidence of the doctrine itself, and the ruling providence of its great Author." Perhaps it was this single passage which more than any...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 3

Edward Gibbon - 1837 - 1256 Seiten
...curiosity is naturally prompted Fite aiaa rf to enquire by what means the Chris- the |rr,™ th rf tian faith obtained so remarkable a " """ victory over the established religions of the earth. To this enquiry, an obvious but satisfactory answer may be returned , that it was owing to the convincing evidence...
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Lectures on Theology, Band 1

John Dick, Andrew Coventry Dick - 1838
...question whether it was an invention of men or a revelation from heaven. " Our curiosity," says Gibbon, " is naturally prompted to inquire by what means the...itself, and to the ruling providence of its great Author."t These are complimentary and insidious words ; for he proceeds to point out, what he calls...
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Debate on the evidences of Christianity, held between R. Owen and A ...

Robert Owen, Alexander Campbell - 1839
...In assigning the causes of the success of the gospel, Mr. Gibbon presents us with what follows : ' Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...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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History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 1

Edward Gibbon - 1840
...cu"os'ty is naturally prompted the" ifruwih of to inquire by what means the Christian ohruiiaulty. faith obtained so remarkable a victory over the established...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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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 2

Edward Gibbon - 1840
...means of Ae the Christian faith obtained so remarkable a victory over the estachristianity. blished religions of the earth. To this inquiry, an obvious...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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An Argument for the Perpetuity of the Sabbath

Amos Augustus Phelps - 1841 - 164 Seiten
...of Christianity." Nay, he speaks of it as " the divine revelation," and avers that its early success was " owing to the convincing evidence of the doctrine...and to the ruling providence of its great author."* SHAFTESBUKT used to declare himself " a very orthodox believer," insisting " that he faithfully embraced...
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The Sabbath

Amos Augustus Phelps - 1842 - 246 Seiten
...of Christianity." Nay, he speaks of it as " the divine revelation," and avers that its early success was " owing to the convincing evidence of the doctrine...and to the ruling providence of its great author." * SHAFTESBHRY used to declare himself " a very orthodox believer," insisting "that he faithfully embraced...
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