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Bøker Bok 110 av 39... to be throughout rational in what they do ; for these things have a Divine foundation....
" ... to be throughout rational in what they do ; for these things have a Divine foundation. The spirit in man is the Candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and lighting men to God. "
The works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote ... - Side 361
av Benjamin Whichcote - 1751
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The works of ... Benjamin Whichcote

Benjamin Whichcote - 1751
...immaterial being j and it is the ufe of that in us, which is the higheft and nobleft of our faculties. For the fpirit in man. is the candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and a light to direct us unto him, as we read, Afls xvii. 27. 2dfy. The veneration of relicbs ; a very...
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Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy in England in the ..., Volum 1

John Tulloch - 1872
...to be throughout rational in what they do ; for these things have a divine foundation. Tlie spirit in man is the candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and lighting man to God. . . . Therefore, to speak of natural light, of the use of reason in religion, is to do...
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The Continuity of Christian Thought: A Study of Modern Theology in the Light ...

Alexander Viets Griswold Allen - 1884 - 438 sider
...between the grace of God and the use of the reason. Rationality had a divine foundation. " The spirit in man is the candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and lighting man to God." To go against reason, therefore, was to go against God, for reason was the very voice...
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Life in the English Church (1600-1714)

John Henry Overton - 1885 - 376 sider
...alien. (History of My Own Times, book ii. under year 1661.) • Whichcote, Aphorism 459. ' The spirit in man is the candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and lighting man to God.' Ac. (Sermon). ' Tulloch's Rational Thtology &o., ii. 135. 4 Henry More. * John Smith's...
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The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin ...

Benjamin Whichcote - 1901 - 327 sider
...Judgment : one free-spirited man is, in this particular, equal to a whole Faction. The Spirit of a Man is the Candle of the Lord ; Lighted by God, and Lighting us to God. Res illuminata, illuminans. The Sense of the Church is not a Rule ; but a thing Ruled. The...
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Faith and Knowledge

William Ralph Inge - 1904 - 292 sider
...disparage reason, or play tricks with it, or think of it as an irreligious faculty. " The spirit of man is the candle of the Lord lighted by God, and lighting us to God." Secondly, we cannot promise to be impartial ; we can only promise to be candid. Let us...
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Faith and Knowledge: Sermons

William Ralph Inge - 1905 - 292 sider
...disparage reason, or play tricks with it, or think of it as an irreligious faculty. " The spirit of man is the candle of the Lord lighted by God, and lighting us to God." Secondly, we cannot promise to be impartial ; we can only promise to be candid. Let us...
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The Early History of the Tories: From the Accession of Charles the Second to ...

Clement Boulton Roylance Kent - 1908 - 481 sider
...aimed at the construction of a body of ' moral divinity.' The sayings of Whichcote that ' the spirit in man is the candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and lighting man to God ' ; that religion is ' a seed of deiform nature,' and that Heaven is first a temper and...
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Paul the Mystic: A Study in Apostolic Experience

James Mann Campbell - 1908 - 285 sider
...Platonists were right in contending that to go against reason is to go against God ; that " the spirit of man is the candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and lighting man to God;" and that man's very intuitions are " rooted in the latent reason." Nor are reason and...
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Paul, the Mystic: A Study in Apostolic Experience

James Mann Campbell - 1908 - 285 sider
...Platonists were right in contending that to go against reason is to go against God ; that " the spirit of man is the candle of the Lord, lighted by God, and lighting man to God;" and that man's very intuitions are " rooted in the latent reason." Nor are reason and...
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