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A Sketch of the Denominations of the Christian World: Accompanied with a ... - Page 125
by John Evans - 1813 - 296 pages
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The Scripture-doctrine of the Trinity: In Three Parts. : Wherein All the ...

Samuel Clarke - Theology, Doctrinal - 1712 - 491 pages
...Troteflants. Whatfoever elfe they believe beßdes it, and the plain, irrefragable, indubitable conséquences of it ; well may they hold it as a Matter of Opinion : But as Matter of Faith and Religion, neither can they, with cohérence to their own grounds, believe it themfelves...
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A Collection of the Occasional Papers for the Year ..., Volume 1

1716
...indubitable " Confequences of it, well may they hold it w as a Matrer of Opinion j but as Matter of 4t Faith and Religion neither can they with " coherence to their own Grounds believe it " themfelves, nor require the Belief of it of " others, without moft high and moft Schif?'...
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A Serious Reply to Twelve Sections of Abusive Queries: Proposed to the ...

Samuel Fuller - Society of Friends - 1728 - 146 pages
...Proteftants, whatever elfe they " believe befides it, and the plain, irrefragable, in" dubitable Confequences of it : Well may they hold " it as a Matter of Opinion, but not as a Matter of " Faith and Religion ; neither can they with Cohe" rence to their own Grounds believe...
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Defence of Quakerism

Joseph Besse - Society of Friends - 1732 - 416 pages
...Whatfoever elfe they believe, be' fides it, and the Plain, Irrefragable, Indubi' table Cpnfequences of it, well may they hold * it as a Matter of Opinion,...Matter ' of Faith and Religion, neither can they with c Coherence to their own Grounds, believe it * themfelves, nor require the Belief of itofo* thers,...
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Wit against reason: or, The Protestant champion, the great, the incomparable ...

Edward Hawarden, William Chillingworth - 1735
...Protcftants. J^batfocver elfe they believe, bcfides it, and the plain, irrefragable, indubitable Conjequences of it, well may they hold it as a matter of Opinion ; but as matter of Faith and Religion, C neither neither can they with coherence to their c<wn Grounds believe...
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The rational foundation of a Christian Church, and the terms of Christian ...

Isaac Watts - 1747
...frote/fants; wbatfeeoer elfe they believe beJides it, and the plain irrefragable indubitable Confequences of it, well May they hold it as a Matter of Opinion, but not as A Matter of faith and Religion. Nor is it neceflary to the Plainnefs, Evidence and Strength...
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Late Reverend and Learned Conyers Middleton ...

Conyers Middleton - Lord's Supper - 1755
...confequences of it, well may " they hold it, as a matter of opinions, but ••as F 2 *t matter " matter of faith and religion, neither can they, " with coherence to their own grounds, believe *' it themfelves, nor require the belief of it of " others, without moft high and rnoft fchifmati"...
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The History of Religion, Particularly of the Principle Denominations of ...

Impartial hand - Christian sects - 1764
...irrefragable, and indubitable confequences of it, well may they hold as matters of opinion, but as matter of faith and religion, neither can they with coherence to their own grounds believe if themfelves, nor require the belief of it of others, without mod high and fchil'matical prefumption....
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The History of Religion: Particularly of the Principal Denominations of ...

James Murray - 1764
...irrefragable, and indubitable confequences of it, well may they hold as matters of opinion, but as matter of faith and religion, neither can they with coherence to their own grounds believe it • Leavefly on Reformation, -p. 36. c 4 themfelves. \ themfelves, nor require the belief...
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An attempt to explain the words: reason, substance, person, creeds ...

William Robertson - Religion - 1766 - 248 pages
...4 Whatfoever elfe they believe befides it, * and the plain irrefragable indubitable * confequences of it, well may they hold •it as a matter of opinion ; but as mat* ter of Faith and Religion, neither can * they with coherence to their own grounds * believe it...
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