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A Serious Reply to Twelve Sections of Abusive Queries: Proposed to the ... - Page 10
by Samuel Fuller - 1728 - 146 pages
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The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity: In Three Parts : Wherein All the ...

Samuel Clarke - Trinity - 1712 - 556 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...
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Defence of Quakerism

Joseph Besse - Quakers - 1732 - 466 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, but as a Matter ' of Faith and Religion, neither can they with c Coherence to their own Grounds, believe...
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Wit against reason: or, The Protestant champion, the great, the incomparable ...

Edward Hawarden - 1735 - 194 pages
...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 - 410 pages
...Religion of frote/fants; wbatfeeoer elfe they believe beJides it, and the plain irrefragable indubitable Confequences of it, well May they hold it as a Matter...Opinion, but not as A Matter of faith and Religion. Nor is it neceflary to the Plainnefs, Evidence and Strength of any Confequences of Scripttire, that...
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Late Reverend and Learned Conyers Middleton ...

Conyers Middleton - Lord's Supper - 1755 - 510 pages
...Proteftants. Whatfoever elfe they " believe befides it, and the plain, irrefragable, " and indubitable 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...
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An Attempt to Explain the Words: Reason, Substance, Person, Creeds ...

William Robertson - Christian union - 1766 - 272 pages
...Proteftants. 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...
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The Lady's Magazine: Entertaining Companion, for the Fair Sex, Appropriated ...

1778 - 776 pages
...religion of proteflants. Whatfoever elfe they believe beiides it, and the plain, irrefragable, indubitable confequences of it, well may they hold it as a matter of opinion ; but as matter of faith and religion, neither can they with coherence to their own grounds, believe it themfelves,...
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A sketch of the denominations of the Christian world

John Evans - Religions - 1807 - 344 pages
...Protestants. Whatsoever else they believe besides it, and the plain, irrefragable, indubitable consequences of it, well may they hold it as a matter of opinion ; but as a matter of faith and religion, neither can they with coherence to their own grounds believe it...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences, Volume 5

William Nicholson - 1809 - 716 pages
...Protestants. Whatsoever else they believe besides it, and 4lie pUin, irrefragable, indubitable consequences of it, well may they hold it as a matter of opinion ; but as a matter of failli and religion, neither can they with coherence to their own grounds, believe it...
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Lectures on Systematic Theology and Pulpit Eloquence

George Campbell - Christian ethics - 1810 - 360 pages
...Whatsoever else they believe besides the Bible, and the plain, irrefragable, indubitable, consequences of it, well may they hold it as a matter of opinion, but as a matter of faith and religion neither can they, with coherence to their own grounds, believe it...
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