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A short and easie method with the deists: wherein the certainty of the ... - Page 5
by Charles Leslie - 1723 - 132 pages
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Deism refuted: or, The truth of Christianity demonstrated, by infallible ...

Charles Leslie - 1755
...tho' every Truth is one, yet Our 'Sight is fo feeble, that we cannot (always) come to it Jireflly, but by many Inferences, and laying of things together....a Proof as you require ; and I will fet it down as jhort and plain as I can. II. Firft then I fuppofe, that the Truth of the Doctrine of CHRIST will be...
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Collection of tracts on the principles and evidences of Christianity, the ...

William Jones - Christianity - 1800
...though every truth is one, yet our fight is fo feeble, that we cannot (always] come to it direflly, but by many inferences, and laying of things together....a proof as you require, and I will fet it down as fhort and plain as I can. II. Firft, then, I fuppofe, that the truth of the do&rine of Chrift will...
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The Columbian Miscellany: Containing a Variety of Important, Instructive ...

Abner Kneeland - Theology - 1804 - 408 pages
...hard task upon me ; I wish I could perform it; For, though every truth is one ; yet our sight is so feeble, that we cannot (always) come to it directly,...laying of things, together. But I think, that, in the case before us, there is such a proof as you require ; and I will set it down as short and as plain...
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A Short and Easy Method with Deists: Wherein the Certainty of the Christian ...

Charles Leslie - Apologetics - 1805 - 60 pages
...task upon me ; 3 .wish I could perform it. For, though every .truth ..is.one ; ,yet our sight is so feeble, that we .cannot .always come to it directly, but by many inferences. JJut I think that in the case before us there is such a proof, .as you require, and I will set it down...
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The sceptic's manual: or, Christianity verified, being a new method of ...

Charles Leslie, John Fletcher, David Simpson - Religion - 1811 - 282 pages
...a hard task upon me. I wish I could perform it. For though every truth is one ; yet our sight is so feeble, that we cannot (always) come to it directly, but by many inferences, and laying of things togf thr. But I think, that, in the case before us, there is such a proof as you require ; and I...
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Short Method with the Deists

Thomas Erskine - Apologetics - 1823 - 236 pages
...hard task upon me ; 1 wish I could perform it. For, though every truth is one ; yet our sight is so feeble, that we cannot always come to it directly, but by many inferences. But I think that in the case before us there is such a proof, as you require, and I will set it down...
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Remarks on the Internal Evidence for the Truth of Revealed Religion: And an ...

Thomas Erskine - Apologetics - 1826 - 283 pages
...hard task upon me ; I wish I could perform it. For, though every truth is one ; yet our sight is so feeble, that we cannot always come to it directly, but by many inferences. But I think that in the case before us there is such a proof, as you require, and I will set it down...
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The Pleiad: A series of adbrigements from seven distinguished writers on the ...

Francis Wrangham - Apologetics - 1828 - 300 pages
...hard task upon me ; I wish I jpouhl perform it. For, though every truth he one, yet our sight is so feeble that we cannot always come to it directly, but by many inferences and layings of things together. But I think that, in the case before us, there is such a proof as you desire,...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1828
...because multiplicity creates confusion, especially in weak judgements. '' be one, yet our sight is so feeble that we cannot always come to it directly, but by many inferences and layings of things together. But I think that, in the case before us, there is such a proof as you desire,...
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The Christian's Defence Against Infidelity...: With an Introductory Essay

Thomas Chalmers - Apologetics - 1829 - 536 pages
...truth is one, yet our sight is so feeble, that we cannot always come to it directly, but by triany inferences, and laying of things together. - " . ; But I think, that, in the case before us, there is such a proof as you require, and I wHl .set it down as short and plain as...
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