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" Relations continue unaltered. If our firft Parent was the Creature of God, fo are we ; and whatever Service and Duty he owed, in Virtue of this Dependance, the fame is due from us ; nor can this Relation be ever made the Ground of different Duties in... "
An Enquiry Into the Ground and Foundation of Religion: Wherein is Shewn ... - Page 95
by Thomas Chubb - 1740 - 157 pages
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Sermons Preached Before the Society at Their Anniversary Meetings, Volume 1

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (Great Britain) - 1712
...being abufed, but ftill rctain'd its firft Purity and Simplicity* The Duties of Religion, confidered as a Rule of Aftion, flow from the Relation we bear to God, and to one another; and Religion mult ever be the fame, as long as thefe Relations continue unaltered : If our firft Parent was the...
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Christianity as Old as the Creation: Or, the Gospel, a ..., Volume 1

Matthew Tindal - Christianity - 1730 - 391 pages
...retain'd its firft Purity and Simplicity. The Du** ties of Religion, confider'd as the Rules of Action, flow " from the Relation we bear to God, and to one another . " and Religion muft ever.be the fame, as long as thefe Rela** tions continue unalter'd : If our firft Parent wns the Creacc...
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Chubb's Tracts

Thomas Chubb - 1732
...abuicd, "* but flill retained it's firft purity and fim' plicity. The duties of religion, confidered * we bear to God, and to one another ; and ' religion...long as ' thele relations continue unaltered : If our 1 firft parent was the creature of God, fo are * we ; and whatfoever fervice and duty he * owed, in...
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Discourses Preached on Several Occasions

Thomas Sherlock - 1797 - 338 pages
...retained its firft Purity and Simplicity. The Duties of Religion, confidered as a Rule of A&ion, flow from from the Relation we bear to God, and to one another ; and Religion muft ever be the fame, as long as thefe Relations continue unaltered. If our firft Parent was the Creature of God, fo are we ; and whatever...
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Discourses Preached at the Temple Church, and on Several Occasions: To which ...

Thomas Sherlock - Sermons, English - 1812
...ftill retained its firft purity and fimplicity. The duties of religion, confidered as a rule of action, flow from the relation we bear to God, and to one...another; and religion muft ever be the fame, as long as thefe relations continue unaltered. If our firft parent was the creature of God, fo are we ; and whatever...
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The Works of Bishop Sherlock: With Some Account of His Life ..., Volume 3

Thomas Sherlock, Thomas Smart Hughes - Theology - 1830
...still retained its first purity and simplicity. The duties of religion, considered as a rule of action, flow from the relation we bear to God and to one another ; and religion must ever be the same as long as these relations continue unaltered. If our first parent was the creature...
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The Works ...: With Some Account of His Life ...

Thomas Sherlock - 1830
...still retained its first purity and simplicity. The duties of religion, considered as a rule of action, flow from the relation we bear to God and to one another ; and religion must ever be the same as long as these relations continue unaltered. If our first parent was the creature...
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The Works of Bishop Sherlock: With Some Account of His Life ..., Volume 3

Thomas Sherlock, Thomas Smart Hughes - Theology - 1830
...still retained its first purity and simplicity. The duties of religion, considered as a rule of action, flow from the relation we bear to God and to one another ; and religion must ever be the same as long as these relations continue unaltered. If our first parent was the creature...
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