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" For I own, that otherwise, there may possibly be miracles, or violations of the usual course of nature, of such a kind as to admit of proof from human testimony; though, perhaps, it will be impossible to find any such in all the records of history. "
Criterion; Or, Rules by which the True Miracles Recorded in the New ... - Page 21
by John Douglas - 1824 - 260 pages
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Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects: In Two Volumes

David Hume - Economics - 1804
...that otherwise there may possibly be miracles, or violations of the usual course of nature, of such a kind as to admit of proof from hu.man testimony ;...authors, in all languages, agree, that, from the 1st of JANUART i6oq, there was a total darkness over the whole earth for eight days r Suppose that the tradition...
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A Dissertation on Miracles: Containing an Examination of the Principles ...

George Campbell - Miracles - 1807 - 240 pages
...human testi" mony, though perhaps" (in this he is modest enough, he avers nothing ; perhaps) " it 'f will be impossible to find any such in all the " records of history." To this declaration he subjoins the following supposition : " Sup" pose all authors, in all languages,...
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Lectures on Ecclesiastical History

George Campbell - Church history - 1807 - 503 pages
...such in ail the re" cords of history." To this declaration he subjoins the. following supposition : '' Suppose all authors, in all languages, " agree, that from the 1st of January 1700, there was a total *' darkness over the whole earth for eight days ; suppose that " the tradition...
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Essays and treatises on several subjects, Volume 2

David Hume - 1809
...that otherwise there may possibly b6 miracles, or violations of the usual course of nature, of such a kind as to admit of proof from human testimony ; though,...all authors, in all languages, agree, that from the first of January 1600, there was a total darkness over the whole earth for eight days: Suppose that...
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An inquiry concerning human understanding. A dissertation on the passions ...

David Hume - Philosophy - 1817
...that otherwise there may possibly be miracles, or violations of the usual course of nature, of such a kind as to admit of proof from human testimony; though,...all authors, in all languages, agree, that from the first of January 1 600, there was a total darkness over the whole earth for eight days : Suppose that...
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A Dissertation on Miracles: Containing an Examination of the Principles ...

George Campbell - Apologetics - 1823 - 560 pages
...admit a proof from ' human testimony, though perhaps' (in this he is modest enough, he avers nothing ; perhaps) ' it will ' be impossible to find any such in all the records ' of history.' To this declaration he subjoins the following supposition : ' Suppose all authors, in all ' languages,...
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A Dissertation on Miracles: Containing an Examination of the Principles ...

George Campbell - Miracles - 1824 - 362 pages
...admit a proof from human testimony, though perhaps' (in this he js modest enough, he avers nothing; perhaps) ' it ' will be impossible to find any such in all the records of his' tory.' To this declaration he subjoins the following supposition : ' Suppose all authors, in all...
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The Philosophical Works of David Hume ...: An inquiry concerning the human ...

David Hume - Philosophy - 1826
...that otherwise there may possibly be miracles, or violations of the usual course of nature, of such a kind as to admit of proof from human testimony ; though...1st of January 1600, there was a total darkness over the whole earth for eight days : Suppose that the tradition of this extraordinary event is still strong...
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The Philosophical Works of David Hume ...

David Hume - Philosophy - 1826
...that otherwise there may possibly be miracles, or violations of the usual course of nature, of such a kind as to admit of proof from human testimony ; though perhaps it will he impossible to find any such in all the records of history. Thus, suppose all authors, in all languages,...
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The Religious Monitor, and Evangelical Repository, Volume 3

1827
...violations of the usual course of nature, of such a kind as to admit of a proof from human testimony. Suppose all authors, in all languages, agree, that from the 1st of January, 1600, ther» was a total darkness over the whole earth for eight days; suppose that the tradition of this...
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