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" I believe it or no, and, seem it never so incomprehensible to human reason, I will subscribe it with hand and heart, as knowing no Demonstration can be stronger than this, God hath said so, therefore it is true. "
The History of Religion: Particularly of the Principal Denominations of ... - Page liv
by James Murray - 1764
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The Scripture-doctrine of the Trinity: In Three Parts. : Wherein All the ...

Samuel Clarke - Theology, Doctrinal - 1712 - 491 pages
...even gladly lofe my life ; though I Jhould be forry that Chri▀ians Jhould take it from me. fropofe me any thing out of This book, and require 'whether I believe it or no ; and feem it never fo incomfrehen▀ble to human reafon, I will ▀ibfcribe it with hand and...
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A Collection of the Occasional Papers for the Year ..., Volume 1

1716
..." only willingly, but even gladly lofe my '* Life, tho' I ftould be forry that Chn** ftians fhould take it from me. Propofe me " any thing out of this Book, and require whe" ther I believe ?br no, and feem it never fo f< incomprehenfible to Human Reafon, I will " Subfcnbe...
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Seasonable Thoughts on the State of Religion in New-England: A Treatise in ...

Charles Chauncy - Christian heresies - 1743 - 442 pages
...this, if *' there be Occafion, I will not only willingly, but even ,- *' gladly, loofevmy Life. — Propofe me any Thing out of *' this Book, and require whether I believe it or no ; and 4' feem it never fo incomprehenfible to humane Reafon, I " will fubfcribe to it with...
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The History of Religion, Particularly of the Principle Denominations of ...

Impartial hand - Christian sects - 1764
...not only willingly, but even gladly, lofe my life ; though 1 fliould be forry that Chriftians fhould take it from me. Propofe me any thing out of this...will fubfcribe it with hand and heart, as knowing no demonftration can be ftronger than this, God hath faid fo, therefore is it true. In other things, I...
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Discourses on Scripture Mysteries: Preached at St. Mary's, Oxford, Before ...

William Hawkins - Sermons, English - 1787 - 414 pages
...fay, in the words of Chilling.worth^ (whatever the real fentiments of the latter might be,) " Propole me any thing out of this Book, " and require whether...feem " it never fo incomprehenfible to human reafon, I " will fubfcribe it with hand and heart, as knowf " ing no Demonftration can be ftronger than this,...
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Discourses on Scripture mysteries, preached at the lecture founded by the ...

William Hawkins - 1787
...in the words of Chillingwortht (whatever the real fentiments of tbe latter might be,) " Propofe jne any thing out of this Book, " and require whether I believe or no, and feern " it never fo incomprehenfible to human reafon, I " will fubfcribe it with hand and heart, as...
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The Lounger's Common-place Book: Or, Miscellaneous Anecdotes. A ..., Volume 4

Jeremiah Whitaker Newman - Anecdotes - 1799
...profefs that I cannot find any ref t for the fole of my foot, but on this everlafting rock. " PROPOSE TO ME ANY THING OUT OF THIS BOOK, AND REQUIRE WHETHER I BELIEVE IT OR NOT; HOWEVER INCOMPREHENSIBLE TO REASON IT MAY BE, I WILL SUBSCRIBE TO IT WITH HAND AND HEARTj...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volume 7

David Phineas Adams, William Emerson, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1809
...even gladly lose my life, though I should be sorry that Christians should take it from me. Propose me any thing, out of this book, and require whether I believe or no, and seem it never so incomprehensible to human reason, I will subscribe it with hand and heart, as knowing...
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The Monthly anthology, and Boston review, Volumes 6-7

1809
...even gladly lose my life, though I should be sorry that Christians should take it from me. Propose me any thing, out of this book, and require whether I believe orift and seem it never so incomprehensible to human reason, I will subscribe it with hand and heart,...
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A Statement of the Principles of Unitarian Christianity, Addressed to the ...

Unitarian - Unitarianism - 1816 - 108 pages
...even gladly lose my life, though I should be sorry that Christians should take it from me. Propose me any thing out of this book, and require whether I believe it or no, and seem it never so inconiprebensible to human reason, I 'will subscribe it with hand and...
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