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" Viewing, with a smile of pity and indulgence, the various errors of the vulgar, they diligently practised the ceremonies of their fathers, devoutly frequented the temples of the gods, and sometimes condescending to act a part on the theatre of superstition,... "
History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Side 37
av Edward Gibbon - 1875
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On the Four Last Books of the Pentateuch: Designed to Show the Divine Origin ...

Richard Graves - 1850 - 509 sider
...pity and " indulgence the various errors of the vulgar, diligently practised the ceremonies of "their fathers; devoutly frequented the temples of the gods,...conde"scending to act a part on the theatre of superstition, concealed the sentiments of an "atheist under sacerdotal robes:" and tells us, "That the emperors,...
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The North British Review, Volum 15

1851
...and indulgence, the various errors of the vulgar, they diligently practised the ceremonies of their fathers, devoutly frequented the temples of the gods...sentiments of an Atheist under the sacerdotal robes."* Such is the modern sceptic's glowing picture of ancient Paganism : yet, suddenly a few fishermen appeared...
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The Evidences of Christianity in Their External, Or Historical Division ...

Charles Pettit McIlvaine - 1852 - 408 sider
...and brand them with the condemnation of truth and righteousness. The first christian emperor scending to act a part on the theatre of superstition, they...Sentiments of an Atheist under the sacerdotal robes. It was indifferent to them what shape the folly of the multitude might choose to assume; and they approached,...
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Evidences of Christianity, in Their External, Or Historical, Division ...

C. P. M'Ilvaine - 1852 - 408 sider
...and brand them with the condemnation of truth and righteousness. The first Christian emperor soending to act a part on the theatre of superstition, they...sentiments of an Atheist under the sacerdotal robes. It was indifferent to them what shape the folly of the multitude might choose to assume ; and they...
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The double witness of the Church

William Ingraham Kip (bp. of California.) - 1853 - 271 sider
...Diligently practising" — says Gibbon — " the ceremonies of their fathers; devoutly frequenting the temples of the gods ; and sometimes condescending...sentiments of an atheist under the sacerdotal robes."* In Egypt. forgetting the lessons of wisdom which. in an older day were taught in the sacred groves...
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Home Life: Twelve Lectures

William Hague - 1855 - 265 sider
...and indulgence the various errors of the vulgar, they diligently practised the ceremonies of their fathers; devoutly frequented the temples of the gods; and sometimes, condescending to act apart on the theatre of superstition, they concealed the sentiments of an atheist under the sacerdotal...
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The early British Church

William Benjamin Stewart Mathias - 1857 - 177 sider
...pity and indulgence the various errors of the vulgar, diligently practised the ceremonies of their fathers, devoutly frequented the temples of the gods...the sentiments of an atheist under the sacerdotal (priestly) robes." * In the religious system of Rome, morality was not a necessary ingredient. The...
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The Evidences of Christianity, in Their External, Or Historical Division ...

Charles Pettit McIlvaine - 1857 - 407 sider
...and brand them with the condemnation of truth and righteousness. The first Christian emperor scending to act a part on the theatre of superstition, they concealed the send* ments of an Atheist under the sacerdotal robes. It was indifferent to them what shape the folly...
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Reason Vs. the Sword: A Treatise in which it is Shown that Man Has No Right ...

John M. Washburn - 1873 - 470 sider
...practise the ceremonies of the fathers as to the governments ; devoutly frequent the temples of war ; and sometimes, condescending to act a part on the theatre of superstition, the theologians conceal the sentiments of atheists under sacerdotal robes. For it is not possible,...
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The Oxford and Cambridge French grammar, by Hunt & Wuillemin. [With ..., Del 3

Frédéric Hunt - 1883
...and indulgence the various errors of the vulgar, they diligently practised the ceremonies of their fathers, devoutly frequented the temples of the gods ; and sometimes condescending to act a paît on the theatre of superstition, they concealed the sentiments of an Atheist under the sacerdotal...
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