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" ... a conspirator against its rights and privileges"; — a religion which they consider the champion and instrument of darkness, and a pollution calling down upon the land the anger of heaven; — a religion which they associate with intrigue and conspiracy,... "
Savonarola, Erasmus, and Other Essays - Page 324
by Henry Hart Milman - 1870 - 500 pages
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An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine

John Henry Newman - Dogma, Development of - 1845 - 453 pages
...privileges ;" l — a religion which they consider the champion and instrument 1 Proph. Office, p. 132. R of darkness, and a pollution calling down upon the...it, when first it came forth from its Divine Author. SECTION II. THE CHURCH OF THE FOURTH CENTCRY. Till the Imperial Government had become Christian, and...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 33

1846
...with intrigue and conspiracy, which they speak about in whispers, which they detect by an. ticipation in whatever goes wrong, and to which they impute whatever...same world viewed it, when first it came forth from iti Divine Author."* We shall not analyse the veracity of these statements, but rather give onr own...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 33

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - Authors - 1846
...cast out as evil, nnd use simply as a had epithet, and which, from the impulse of self- preservation, they would persecute if they could ; if there be such...when first it came forth from its Divine Author."* We shall not analyse the veracity of these statements, but rather give our own delineation of that...
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Volume 33

Great Britain - 1846
...is unaccountable, — n religion, the very name of which they cast nut as evil, and use simply as u bad epithet, and which, from the impulse of self-preservation,...now in the world, it is not unlike Christianity as flint same world viewed it, when first it came forth from its Divine Author."* AVe shall not analyse...
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The United States Catholic Magazine and Monthly Review, Volume 5

1846
...or Mormonism, with curiosity, suspicion, fear, disgust, 8tc. &c., . . if there be such a religion, it is not unlike Christianity as that same world viewed...when first it came forth from its divine Author."* ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS. — We are pleased to learn that the three magnificent volumes of illuminated...
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The Presbyterian Quarterly Review, Volume 1

B. J. Wallace, Albert Barnes - Presbyterian Church - 1853
...corrupting the manners of government; a conspiracy againSt the rights and privileges of mankind, &c., if there be such a religion now in the world, it is...when first it came forth from its Divine Author." Now there are several points of difference in the two cases, which it might seem strange that a candid...
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The Home and Foreign Review, Volume 2

1863
...dissolving the empire, the enemy of human nature, and a conspirator against its rights and privileges ; a religion the very name of which they cast out as...when first it came forth from its divine Author." * 17. Herr Moritz Schmidt has published a most accurate and carefully-edited work, founded indeed on...
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History of the Society of Jesus: From Its Foundation to the ..., Volume 1

J. M. S. Daurignac - 1865
...from the impulse of self-preservation, they would persecute if they could; if there be such a society now in the world, it is not unlike Christianity as that same world viewed it when it first came forth from its Divine Author." * The calumnies of the Jansenists, and the pasquinades...
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An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine

John Henry Newman - Dogma, Development of - 1878 - 443 pages
...empire, the enemy of human nature, and a " conspirator against its rights and privileges •" 8 — a religion which they consider the champion and instrument...viewed it, when first it came forth from its Divine Author.9 8 Proph. Office, p. 132 [Via Media, vol. ip 109.] 9 [Since the publication of this Volume...
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An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine

John Henry Newman - Dogma, Development of - 1890 - 445 pages
...detect by anticipation in whatever goes wrong, and to which they impute whatf)evcr is unaccountable ;H- a religion, the very name of which they cast out as'...viewed it, when first it came forth from its Divine Author.9 • Proph. Office, p. 132 [Via Media, vol. ip 10D]. • [Since tlie publication of this volume...
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