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" The most accurate consideration of the subject will lead us to acquiesce in the statement, as a general truth, that the doctrines in question have never been learned merely from Scripture ; surely, the sacred volume was never intended, and was not adapted,... "
The Arians of the Fourth Century - Page 51
by John Henry Newman - 1871 - 478 pages
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Lectures on the principal doctrines and practices of the Catholic Church

Nicholas Patrick S. Wiseman (card, abp. of Westminster.) - 1836
...convictions ; how was it possible to preserve these doctrines from observation ? Hear now the answer. " It may startle those who are but acquainted with the...Scripture. Surely the Sacred Volume was never intended and was not adopted to teach us our creed ; however certain it is that we can prove our creed from it,...
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Lectures on the Doctrines and Practices of the Roman Catholic Church ...

Nicholas Patrick Stephen Wiseman - 1836 - 390 pages
...were in the hands of every body. Here, then, is the answer : " It may startle those who are but little acquainted with the popular writings of this day,...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question" — that is, the doctrines of the Trinity, the incarnation, and the atonement — " have never been...
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Lectures on the principal doctrines and practices of the Catholic church ...

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1837
...convictions ; how was it possible to preserve these doctrines from observation ? Hear now the answer. " It may startle those who are but acquainted with the popular writings of this day ; yet, 1 believe the most accurate consideration of the subject will lead us to acquiesce in the statement,...
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Lectures on the Principal Doctrines and Practices of the Catholic Church ...

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - Church - 1843 - 244 pages
...conviction; how was it possible to preserve these doctrines from observation? Hear now the answer. "It may startle those who are but acquainted with...Scripture. Surely the Sacred Volume was never intended and was not adopted to teach us our creed; however certain it is that we can prove our creed from it, when...
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The Concessions of Trinitarians: Being a Selection of Extracts from the ...

John Wilson - Trinitarianism - 1845 - 614 pages
...startle those who are but little acquainted with the popular writings of this day [the fourth century], yet I believe the most accurate consideration of the...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question [that is the doctrine of the Trinity, the incarnation, and the atonement] have never been learned merely...
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Authentic Report of the Public Discussion Between Joseph Barker and William ...

William Cooke, John Selkirk - 1845 - 620 pages
...the popular writings of this day [the fourth century], yet I believe the most accurate considerations of the subject will lead us to acquiesce in the statement...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question [that is the doctrine of the Trinity, the incarnation, and the atonement") have never been learned...
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Unitarian Principles Confirmed by Trinitarian Testimonies: Being Selections ...

John Wilson - Trinity - 1855 - 504 pages
...prove it from the Bible, but rather acknowledges that it is not " expressly declared in Scripture." It may startle those who are but acquainted with the...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question [that is, the doctrines of the Trinity, the incarnation, and the atonement] have never been learned...
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Discourses on the Doctrines of Christianity

William Greenleaf Eliot - Christianity - 1855 - 168 pages
...Protestant authorities. Newman was certainly a nominal Protestant when he wrote the following words : " The most accurate consideration of the subject will...; surely the sacred volume was never intended, and was not adapted, to teach our creed." (Newman, Arians of the Fourth Century, p. 55, quoted in Wiseman's...
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Trinitarian Faith Examined: A Collection of Fifteen Essays ...

Trinity - 1855 - 509 pages
...Protestant authorities. Newman was certainly a nominal Protestant when he wrote the following words : " The most accurate consideration of the subject will...; surely the sacred volume was never intended, and was not adapted, to teach our creed." (Newman, Arians of the Fourth Century, p. 55, quoted in Wiseman's...
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Gloria patri: the scripture doctrine of the Father, the Son, and the Holy ...

Thomas Sadler, Edward Henry Bickersteth (bp. of Exeter.) - 1859
...startle those who are but little acquainted with the popular writings of the day, (the 4th century); yet I believe the most accurate consideration of the...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question, (the doctrines of the Trinity, &c.,) have never been learned merely from Scripture." * With regard...
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