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" Druids held the immortality of the soul, and a state of future rewards and punishments... "
Notes on Aristophanes and Plato - Page 269
by Thomas Gray - 1884 - 4 pages
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 2

1837 - 638 pages
...same train of reasoning might be pursued respecting God's other moral attributes : so with respect to the immortality of the soul and a state of future rewards and punishments, in the absence of positive evidence, " when the phenomena of mind supply only deficient...
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The Lounger's Common-place Book: Or Miscellaneous Collections in History ...

Jeremiah Whitaker Newman - Commonplace-books - 1838 - 404 pages
...persuasion of the great fundamental principles of religion and morality; the existence of a God, free-will, the immortality of the soul, and a state of future rewards and punishments. To redeem, as far as he was able, mis-spent time, and to employ the intervals of convalescence,...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 17; Volume 37

Universalism - 1880 - 540 pages
...Dr. Bissell remarks : " Mr. Fox Talbot, for instance, shows from tabular records that the belief in the immortality of the soul and a state of future rewards and punishments was held by the Assyrians ; and he infers, accordingly, that the Jews brought the same...
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The Philosophy of Training: Or, The Principles and Art of a Normal Education ...

A. R. Craig - Classical education - 1847 - 408 pages
...that the latter rendered available in guiding his feet. His opinions concerning the unity of Deity, the immortality of the soul, and a state of future rewards and punishments, are almost in every respect the same as those entertained by Christians. His preceptive...
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The Complete Works of John M. Mason, D.D.

John Mitchell Mason - Presbyterian Church - 1849 - 612 pages
...revolution, who pronounced Death to be an eternal sleep ; the second, more sober and modest, conceding the immortality of the soul and a state of future rewards and punishments. Our debate is chiefly with these, the mortal Deists being rather Atheists than anything...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 32

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1852 - 730 pages
...its origin, corrupt in its course."| " The doctrines of the unity of the Godhead," says Bolingbroke, "the immortality of the soul, and a state of future rewards and punishments, appear to be lost in the night of antiquity ; they precede all certain knowledge. So soon...
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The works of Plato: a new and literal version, by H. Cary (H. Davis, G. Burges).

Plato - 1854 - 548 pages
...omi account, even When destitute of all external rewards, he now comes to explain the happiness which waits upon it in another life, as well as in the present....rewards and of future punishments are asserted. NOTES ON THE GREEK TEXT. P. 595. Plato professes a great admiration, even from a child, for Homer, but yet...
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A Visible Church; and No Invisible Members

Richard Rymer - 1861 - 354 pages
...the justification of our persons, and the regeneration of our hearts; the resurrection of the body; the immortality of the soul; and a state of future rewards and punishments. These are some of the principal doctrines of the 2 Corinthian* iv. 13. Gospel; and...
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Lectures on Some Subjects of Modern History and Biography ... 1860-64

James Burton Robertson - 1864 - 632 pages
...first proves the great doctrines of primitive revelation, the existence of God, the spirituality and the immortality of the soul, and a state of future rewards and punishments. He dwells especially on the wonders of creation, as shewing the power, the wisdom, and...
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Essays on the Progress of Nations in Civilization, Productive Industry ...

Ezra Champion Seaman - Civilization - 1868 - 718 pages
...theology. In fact, it was destitute of any system of morals, any moral precepts, or any fixed belief in the immortality of the soul, and a state of future rewards and punishments. It consisted in idle ceremonies and sacrifices, dark superstitions and absurd myths, without...
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