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" Son is a subject of dispute for these unhappy times. Every year, nay, every moon, we make new creeds to describe invisible mysteries. We repent of what we have done, we defend those who repent, we anathematize those whom we defended. We condemn either... "
A Dictionary of Christian Biography, Literature, Sects and Doctrines: Being ... - Page 58
edited by - 1882
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Christianity as Old as the Creation: Or, The Gospel, a ..., Volume 1

Matthew Tindal - Deism - 1730 - 432 pages
...repent; we anathematize thofe we have defended; " we condemn the Do«£trine of others in ourfelves, or • " our own in that of others; and reciprocally tearing " one another in Pieces, we have been the Caufe of " one another's Ruin. THUS you fee, how Fraud and Force are unavoidable,...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1787
...anathematife thofe whom we „ defended. We condemn either the doctrine of » others in ourfelvcs , or our own in that of ,> others; and reciprocally tearing one another to CHAP. „ pieces,. we have been the caufe of each other's xxi • •« » ruin It will not be expected,...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 1

John Locke - Knowledge, Theory of - 1805
...•'' we have done, we defend those that repent, we " anathematise those we defended. So we con" derwn either the doctrine of others in ourselves, " or our own in that of others, and, reciprocally . <(t tearing one another to pieces, we have been " the cause of each other's ruin." " centur. Haeretici...
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The Christian Disciple, Volume 3

Liberalism (Religion) - 1815
...we have done, we defend those who repent, we anathematize those whom we defended. We condemn cither the doctrine of others in ourselves, or our own in that of others; and reciproeally tearing one another to pieces, we have been the eause of each other's ruin." "But now,...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volume 3

1815
...we defend those who repent, we anathematize those whom we defended. We eondemn either the doetrine of others in ourselves, or our own in that of others; and reeiproeally tearing one another to pieees, we have been the eause of eaeh other's ruin." "But now,...
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An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. Analysis ...

John Locke - 1816
...what " we have done, we defend those that repent, vre " anathematise those we defended. So wecon" demn either the doctrine of others in ourselves, " or our...reciprocally " tearing one another to pieces, we have be«a " the cause of each other's ruin." VOL. ii. cc HERETIC i.] " centur. Haeretici ergo sunt, sed...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1825
...faults among us; because we make creeds arbitrarily, and explain them as arbitrarily. The Homoousion is rejected, and received, and explained away by successive...either the doctrine of others in ourselves, or our cwn in that of others; and reciprocally tearing one another to pieces, we have been the cause of each...
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The Revelation of Saint John Explained

Henry William Lovett - Bible - 1831 - 256 pages
...describe invisible mysteries ; we repent of what we have done, we defend those who repent, we anathematise those whom we defended ; we condemn either the doctrine...others in ourselves or our own in that of others," is part of a letter to the emperor Constantius, in which the illustrious Hilary, bishop of Poitiers,...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 6

Theology - 1834
...and explained away by successive synods. The partial or total resemblance of the FATHER and of tne SON is a subject of dispute for these unhappy times....that of others; and, reciprocally tearing one another in pieces, we have been the cause of each other's ruin. Now, in the next place, let us observe, by...
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The Catechetical Lectures of S. Cyril, Archbishop of Jerusalem

Saint Cyril (Bishop of Jerusalem) - Catechetical sermons - 1838 - 312 pages
...or total resemblance of the Father and of the Son is a subject of dispute for these unhappy divines. Every year, nay, every moon, we make new creeds to...condemn either the doctrine of others in ourselves, or ou r own in that of others ; and reciprocally tearing one another to pieces, we have been the cause...
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