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" But to make Christianity answerable with its life, for the circumstantial truth of each separate passage of the Old Testament, the genuineness of every book, the information, fidelity, and judgment, of every writer in it, is to bring, I will not say great,... "
The History of the Jews: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time - Side 339
av Henry Hart Milman - 1837
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A View of the Evidences of Christianity

William Paley - 1803 - 320 sider
...will not fay great, but urmeceffary, difficulties, into the whole fyftem. Thefe books were univerfally read and received by the Jews of our Saviour's time. He and his apoftles, in common -with all other Jews, referred to them, alluded to them, ufed them. Yet, except...
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A view of the evidences of Christianity, Volum 2

William Paley - 1811 - 759 sider
...Testament, the genuineness of every book, the information, fidelity, and judgement of every writer in it, is to bring, I will not say great, but unnecessary...Saviour's time. He and his apostles, in common with all Which we may add, in the acts of their religion not being accompanied either with cruelties or impurities...
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A View of the Evidences of Christianity ...

William Paley - 1818
...Old Testament, the genuineness of every book, the information, fidelity, and judgment of every writer in it, is to bring, I will not say great, but unnecessary...read and received by the Jews of our Saviour's time. * i He and his apostles, in common with all other Jews, referred to them, alluded to acid, in the acts...
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The Works of William Paley, Volum 1

William Paley - 1823
...Testament, the genuineness of every book, the information, fidelity, and judgment, of every writer in it, is to bring, I will not say great, but unnecessary...used them. Yet, except where he expressly ascribes a di* " In the doctrine, far example, of the unity, the eternity, the omnipotence, the omniscience, the...
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Evidences of Christianity

William Paley - 1824 - 391 sider
...judgment, of everv writer in it, is to bring, I will not soy great, but unnecessary difficulties mto tho whole system. These books were universally read and...referred to them, alluded to them, used them. Yet. oxcept where he expressly ascribes a divine authority to particular predictions, I do not know that...
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The works...

William Paley - 1824
...judgment, oj every wrnci in i', iri luuiiug, , wijj not say great, but unnecessary difficulties mto the whole system. These books were universally read, and received by the Jews of our Saviour's t'vme. tte and his apostles, in common with all other Jews, referred to them, alluded to them, used...
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A View of the Evidences of Christianity ...

William Paley - 1826 - 310 sider
...Old Testament, the genuineness of every book, the information, fidelity, and judgment of every writer in it, is to bring, I will not say great, but unnecessary...difficulties into the whole system. These books were uoifersally read and received by the Jews of our Saviour's time. He and his apostles, in common with...
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Joyce's Analysis

Jeremiah Joyce - 1826
...time, the books were universally read by the Jews ; he and his apostles used them, and referred to them. Yet except where he expressly ascribes a divine authority to particular predictions, we cannot, strictly, draw any 'conclusions from the books being so used. CHAPTER IV. Rejection of Christianity....
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An Analysis of Paley's Evidences of Christianity: In the Way of Question and ...

1826 - 260 sider
...judgment, of every writer in it ? 192 Q. How do you shew this ? A. These books were universally read aud received by the Jews of our Saviour's time. He and his apostles referred to them, alluded to them, used them. Yet, except where he ascribes a divine authority to particular...
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The works of William Paley ...: comprising the additional volume of ..., Volum 2

William Paley - 1830
...Old Testament, the genuineness of every book, the information, fidelity, and judgment of every writer in it, is to bring, I will not say great, but unnecessary...particular predictions, I do not know that we can * ' In the doctrine, for example, of the unity, the eternity, the omnipotence, the omniscience, the...
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