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" Sat. i. 4, 100.] I suppose they will not tell a Pagan or a Mohammedan this story ; at least I heartily wish that men would not suffer themselves to be so far transported by their private interest as to forget the general concernments of Christianity.... "
The nullity of the Romish faith, or A blow at the root of the Romish Church - Page 223
by Matthew Poole - 1667
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The Independent Whig

John Trenchard, Thomas Gordon - London (England) - 1722 - 444 pages
...Senfe and Reafon of Mankind ,• and all T were were convinced , that would be convinced. How do we know the Scripture to be the Word of God, but by the Deductions and Information of Reafon ? How can we prove our own Church, as by Law eftablijhed, to be...
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The Works of John Owen, Volume 18

John Owen - Puritans - 1826
...their private interest, as to forget the general concernments of Christianity. We cannot, say they, know the Scripture to be the word of God, but by the authority of the church of Rome : and all men may easily assure themselves, that no man had ever known...
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Common sense, and the rights of conscience, vindicated, against spiritual ...

Independent Whig, Andrew SCOTT (Member of the Merchant Company, Edinburgh.) - 1845
...appealed to the sense and reason of mankind; and all were convinced, that would be convinced. How do we know the Scripture to be the word of God, but by the deductions and information of reason? How can we prove our own church, as by law established, to be...
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The Works ...

John Owen - 1851
...their private interest as to forget the general concernments of Christianity. " We cannot," say they, " know the Scripture to be the word of God but by the authority of the church of Rome ;" and all men may easily assure themselves that no man had ever known...
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The Works of John Owen, D.D.

John Owen - Puritans - 1851
...their private interest as to forget the general concernments of Christianity. " We cannot," say they, " know the Scripture to be the word of God but by the authority of the church of Rome ;" and all men may easily assure themselves that no man had ever known...
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The Treasury of David, Volume 6

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - Bible - 1882
...manifesteth itself and all things else. How do I see tho gun, but by the sun, by its own light ? How do I know the Scripture to be the word of God, but by the light that shineth in it, commending itself to my conscience ! So it manifests all things else ; it...
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