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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... "
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The Memoirs of the Life of Edward Gibbon

Edward Gibbon - 1900
...have never presumed to accept a place in ,\ the triumvirate of British historians.6 -QS*^ \ ^*v*^ \ to the 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 - 1901
...beings. / FiTecMjwof '' Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by what means cki£uuitr>%he Christian faith obtained so remarkable a victory over...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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Religion and Morality

Daniel Carey - 1901 - 92 Seiten
...opposition, and finally erected the triumphant banner of the cross on the ruins of the capitol. . . . Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...victory over the established religions of the earth. . . . "It will, perhaps, appear that it was most effectually favored and assisted by the five following...
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East of the Barrier; Or, Side Lights on the Manchuria Mission

J. Miller Graham - 1902 - 237 Seiten
...her ministers to do their part to keep the stream pure." How explain a phenomenon of this kind ? " Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...remarkable a victory over the established religions. To this inquiry an obvious but satisfactory answer may be returned ; that it was owing to the convincing...
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History of Christianity: Comprising All that Relates to the Progress of the ...

Edward Gibbon, Peter Eckler - 1916 - 86 Seiten
...melancholy and humiliating views of the early progress of Christianity."— E. PROGRESS OF CHRISTIANITY. 107 Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by what means the Christian faith obtained so ^of0,?,"5" remarkable a victory over the established re- growth of .. • f .1 .1 T ..i • • •...
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Buddha and Christ: Nativity Stories and Indian Traditions

Zacharias P. Thundy - 1993 - 294 Seiten
...corruption which she contracted in a long residence upon earth, among a weak and degenerate race of beings. ...Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire...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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Islamic Dilemmas: Reformers, Nationalists, Industrialization : The Southern ...

Ernest Gellner - 1985 - 319 Seiten
...rise of Christianity, the truth of a message is not always a sufficient explanation of its success: "Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...the Christian faith obtained so remarkable a victory ... To this inquiry an obvious but satisfactory answer may be returned; that it was owing to the convincing...
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Fictions of Reality in the Age of Hume and Johnson

Leopold Damrosch - 1989 - 262 Seiten
...entertained by individual minds, it can be placed in a more comprehensive context as a social movement. "Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...victory over the established religions of the earth" (2.:2.). Augustine saw the progress of Christianity as a movement made up of individual souls; Gibbon...
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The Invisible God: The Earliest Christians on Art

Paul Corby Finney - 1997 - 319 Seiten
...identified along ethnic lines. Christianity and Greco-Roman Art: Selective Adaptation empire. . . . Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...victory over the established religions of the earth. 35 Thus Gibbon: introducing his famous chapter 15 explaining the causes for the growth and success...
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The Invisible God: The Earliest Christians on Art

Paul Corby Finney - 1994 - 352 Seiten
...identified along ethnic lines. Christianity and Greco-Roman Art: Selective Adaptation empire. . . . Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...remarkable a victory over the established religions of the earth.35 Thus Gibbon: introducing his famous chapter 15 explaining the causes for the growth and success...
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