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Bøker Bok 16 av 6God, as it is in itself, is incomprehensible by human understanding ; and not only...
" God, as it is in itself, is incomprehensible by human understanding ; and not only his nature, but likewise his powers and faculties, and the ways and methods in which he exercises them, are so far beyond our reach, that we are utterly incapable of framing... "
An essay on the origin of evil - Side 1
av William King - 1732 - 404 sider
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Arminian Magazine for the Year ...

John Wesley
...may confider, (t.) It is in effeft agreed on all hands, that the nature of God is incomprehenfible by human underftanding ; and not only his nature, but likewife his powers and faculties, and the way* and methods in which he exercifes them, are fo far beyond our reach, that we are utterly incapable...
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Theological Institutes: Or, A View of the Evidences, Doctrines, Morals, and ...

Richard Watson - 1831 - 454 sider
...the nature of GOD is incomprehensible by human understanding; and not only his nature, but likewise W h ;w XWmՕ ˪ n9 /Yv>mu U V! XW: v խ R^ exercises them, are so far beyond our reach, that we are utterly incapable of framing exact and adequate...
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A history of the holy Bible, with an intr., additional notes and ...

Thomas Stackhouse - 1836
...it is in itself, is incomprehensible by human understanding : and not only his nature, but likewise his powers and faculties, and the ways and methods in which he exercises them, are so for beyond our reach, that we are utterly incapable of framing just and adequate...
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Tracts of the Anglican fathers

Anglican fathers - 1841
...it is in itself, is incomprehensible by human understanding ; and not only his nature, but likewise his powers and faculties, and the ways and methods in which he exercises them, are so far beyond our reach, that we are utterly incapable of framing exact and adequate...
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Analogy, considered as a guide to truth, and applied as an aid to faith

1864 - 626 sider
...the nature of God is incomprehensible by human understanding ; and not only His nature, but likewise His powers and faculties, and the ways and methods in which He exercises them, are so far beyond our reach, that we are utterly incapable of framing exact and adequate...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra VOL.XXXVIII

Edwards A. Park,Edited By - 1881
...is in itself, is incomprehensible by the human understanding ; and not only his nature but likewise his powers and faculties, and the ways and methods in which he exercises them, are so far beyond our reach that we are utterly incapable of forming exact and adequate...
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