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" The lame walked, the blind saw, the sick were healed, the dead were raised, demons were expelled, and the laws of nature were frequently suspended for the benefit of the church. But the sages of Greece and Rome turned aside from the awful spectacle, and... "
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Side 58
av Edward Gibbon - 1901
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Discussion on the existence of God and the authenticity of the Bible ...

Origen Bacheler, Robert Dale Owen - 1853
...healed ; the dead were raised ; demons were expelled ; and the laws of nature were frequently suspended for the benefit of the church. But the sages of Greece...from the awful spectacle ; and, pursuing the ordinary avocations of life and study, appeared unconscious of any alterations in the moral or physical government...
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Christian Literature: Evidences: Consisting of Watson's Apology for ...

John Smythe Memes - 1853
...Omnipotence, not to their reason, but to their senses?" — " The laws of nature were perpetually suspended, h is abolished. Bu — [to their shame be it spoken that they did so] — " and, pursuing the ordinary occupations of...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes ..., Volum 2

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...«>n, ,., r, . ,' j • * cernlngtbe pations or life and study, appeared unconscious of any darkness of alterations in the moral or physical government of the world. Under the reign of Tiberius, the whole earth,'94 or at least a celebrated province of the Roman empire,190 was involved in a preternatural...
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Universal Masonic Library, Volum 16

Robert Macoy - 1856
...their reason, but to their senses. Thus Gibbon said, " The laws of nature were perpetually suspended for the benefit of the church ; but the sages of Greece...in the moral or physical government of the world." 7 So thought the philosophers of ancient times ; but modern philosophy is of a different opinion. "...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Volum 25

1868
...healed, the dead were raised, demons were expelled, and the laws of nature were frequently suspended for the benefit of the church. But the sages of Greece...appeared unconscious of any alterations in the moral and physical government of the world. Under the reign of Tiberias, the whole earth, or at least a celebrated...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volum 17

1868
...healed, the dead were raised, demons were expelled, and the laws of nature were frequently suspended for the benefit of the church. But the sages of Greece...appeared unconscious of any alterations in the moral and physical government of the world. Under the reign of Tiberias, the whole earth, or at least a celebrated...
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Report of the Oral Discussion Between Mr. M.W. Green, Minister of the Church ...

M. W. Green - 1878 - 251 sider
...healed, the dead were raised, demons were expelled, and the Laws of Nature were frequently suspended for the benefit of the Church. But the sages of Greece and Eome turned aside from the awful spectacle, and, pursuing the ordinary occupations of life and study,...
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Bible Myths and Their Parallels in Other Religions: Being a Comparison of ...

Thomas William Doane - 1882 - 589 sider
...laws of nature were frequently suspended for the benefit of the church. But the sages of Greece ami Rome turned aside from the awful spectacle, and, pursuing...study, appeared unconscious of any alterations in the mural or physical government of the world."1 The learned Dr. Middleton, whom we have quoted on a preceding...
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Bible Myths, and Their Parallels in Other Religions: Being a Comparison of ...

Thomas William Doane - 1883 - 589 sider
...healed, the dead were raised, demons were expelled, and the laws of nature were frequently suspended for the benefit of the church. But the sages of Greece...alterations in the moral or physical government of the world."1 The learned Dr. Middleton, whom we have qnoted on a preceding page, after a searching inquiry...
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Creeds of the day; or, Collated opinions of reputable thinkers, 3 ..., Volum 1

Henry Coke - 1883
...especially to the miraculous events at the crucifixion, Gibbon writes : " But the sages of Greece and Eome turned aside from the awful spectacle, and pursuing...the world. Under the reign of Tiberius, the whole earth, or at least a celebrated province of the Eoman empire, was involved in a preternatural darkness...
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