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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 History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: 28 Selected Chapters

Edward Gibbon - 1998 - 1089 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 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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Birth of Christianity

John Dominic Crossan - 1999 - 653 Seiten
...corruption which she contacted in a long residence upon earth, among a weak and degenerate race of beings. 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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Jesus Through the Centuries: His Place in the History of Culture

Jaroslav Pelikan - 1999 - 270 Seiten
...that the triumph of Christianity (or, as he called it later, the "triumph of barbarism and religion") "was owing to the convincing evidence of the doctrine...and to the ruling providence of its great Author." Consideration of that answer, however, lay beyond "the duty of an historian." Instead, he subjected...
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God and Business

Robert R. Richards - 2002 - 572 Seiten
...Christianity has God. As English historian Edward Gibbon observes, "the triumph of Christianity... was owing to the convincing evidence of the doctrine...itself, and to the ruling providence of its great Author."'4 Further, neither directly, nor indirectly by inference, arn I suggesting that Christianity...
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The Spread of Christianity in the First Four Centuries: Essays in Explanation

William Vernon Harris - 2005 - 176 Seiten
...It is of course true that Gibbon's primary cause is presented as a sufficient one. While considering 'by what means the Christian faith obtained so remarkable...victory over the established religions of the earth', he was led to the 'obvious and satisfactory', as he calls it, answer that 'it was owing to the convincing...
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My Fortunate Brain Tumor from God

Dave Jiang - 2007 - 496 Seiten
...reason) as the basis for Christian doctrine and as the reason for its incredible rise to prominence "Our curiosity is naturally prompted to inquire by...may be returned: that it was owing to the convincing fxMeMCS, of the doctrine itself, and to the ruling providence of its great Author, But as truth and...
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