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" Tiberias, and finding him again as soon as themselves by ship were arrived on the contrary side, whither they knew that by ship he came not, and by land the journey was longer than according to the time he could have to travel; as they wondered, so they... "
The Arians of the Fourth Century - Page 19
by John Henry Newman - 1871 - 478 pages
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The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker, with an ...

Richard Hooker, Izaak Walton - Anglican Communion - 1850
...longer than according to the time he could have to travel, as they wondered so they asked also, " Eabbi, when eamest thou hither*?" The disciples when Christ appeared to them in far more strange and miraculous manner moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. For...
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Poetics: An Essay on Poetry

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - Poetics - 1852 - 294 pages
...they asked also, Sabbi, when earnest than, hither ? The disciples, when Christ appeared unto them in far more strange and miraculous manner, moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in what they saw. For why ? The one sort beheld in Christ only that which they knew was more than natural, but yet their...
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Creed and the Church: A Summary of Christian Truth, Doctrine and Practice

John Pearson - 1854 - 364 pages
...hither1 ?" The disciples, * John vi. SB. NOT TO BE INftTJIRED INTO. 249 when Christ appeared to them in far more strange and miraculous manner, moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. Tor why ? The one sort beheld only that in Christ, which they knew was more than natural,...
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A plain commentary on the four holy Gospels [by J.W. Burgon]. 4 vols. [in 7 ...

Burgon John William - 1855
...there am I in the midst of them1." — Hooker observes that the question at Capernaum was, ' Rabbi, how eamest Thou hither ?' ' The Disciples, when CHRIST...manner, moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. For why? The one sort beheld only that in CHRIST which they knew was more than natural,...
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A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels: Intended Chiefly for ..., Volume 2

John William Burgon - Bible - 1859
...am I in the midst of them. "(1) — Hooker observes that the question at Capernaum was, " Rabbi, how eamest Thou hither?" "The Disciples, when CHRIST appeared...manner, moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. For why ? The one sort beheld only thai in CHRIST which they knew was more than natural,...
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The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker ..., Volume 2

Richard Hooker, Izaak Walton - Church polity - 1865
...he came not, and by land the journey was longer than according to the time he could have to travel, as they wondered so they asked also, " Rabbi, when...* ?" The disciples when Christ appeared to them in far more strange and miraculous manner moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. For...
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Choice notes on the Gospel of s. John, drawn from old and new sources

Bible - 1869 - 390 pages
...He came not, and by land the journey was longer than according to the time He could have to travel, as they wondered, so they asked also ; Rabbi, when...hither ? The disciples, when Christ appeared to them in far more strange and miraculous manner, moved no question ; but rejoiced greatly in that, they saw....
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Eucharistica: Meditations and Prayers on the Most Holy Eucharist. From Old ...

Lord's Supper - 1874 - 240 pages
...according to the time he could have to travel; as they wondered, so they asked also, " Rabbi, when earnest thou hither?" The disciples, when Christ appeared...manner, moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. The one sort beheld only that in Christ which they knew was more than natural, but yet...
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The Holy Eucharist and Auricular Confession: A Defence of Church Principles ...

George Washington Hunter - Anglo-Catholicism - 1879 - 148 pages
...they asked also, 'Rabbi, when earnest thou hither ?' The disciples, when Christ appeared to them in far more strange and miraculous manner, moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. For why ? The one sort beheld only that in Christ which they knew was more than natural,...
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The holy eucharist and auricular confession, a defence of Church principles ...

George W. Hunter - 1879
...they asked also, 'Rabbi, when earnest thou hither ?' The disciples, when Christ appeared to them in far more strange and miraculous manner, moved no question, but rejoiced greatly in that they saw. For why ? The one sort beheld only that in Christ which they knew was more than natural,...
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