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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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Cardinal Newman

Richard Holt Hutton - Cardinals - 1891 - 251 pages
...religion which they consider the champion and instrument of darkness, and a pollution calling down upou the land the anger of heaven; — a religion which...when first it came forth from its Divine Author." 1 It is worth notice, perhaps, that in this passage 1 Essay on Development, pp. 240-2, 1st edition....
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The Great Events by Famous Historians: A.D. 13-409

Charles Francis Horne - Great events by famous historians - 1905 - 440 pages
...with a feeling which no other denomination raises except Judaism, socialism, or Mormonism — namely, with curiosity, suspicion, fear, disgust, as the case...it when first it came forth from its divine Author. BURNING OF ROME UNDER NERO AD 64 SIENKIEWICZ TACITUS Nero when a youth was placed under charge of the...
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Introductory

Wilfrid Philip Ward - 1912
...communion with dreadful influences, as if he were now one of 'a confederacy which claimed him, attested him, stripped him of his personality, reduced him...when first it came forth from its Divine Author.' ' And the Nicene period, with its parallel, is given as follows : ' On the whole, then, we have reason...
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The Life of John Henry, Cardinal Newman: Based on His Private ..., Volume 1

Wilfrid Ward - 1912
...communion with dreadful influences, as if he were now one of a confederacy which claimed him, attested him, stripped him of his personality, reduced him...when first it came forth from its Divine Author.' l And the Nicene period, with its parallel, is given as follows: 'On the whole, then, we have reason...
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The Life of John Henry, Cardinal Newman: Based on His Private ..., Volume 1

Wilfrid Philip Ward - Cardinals - 1912 - 654 pages
...attested him, stripped him of his personality, reduced him to a mere organ or instrument of a whole;—a religion which men hate as proselytizing, antisocial,...viewed it when first it came forth from its Divine Author.'1 And the Nicene period, with its parallel, is given as follows: ' On the whole, then, we have...
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The Life of John Henry, Cardinal Newman, Volume 1

Wilfrid Ward - 1912 - 1281 pages
...bad epithet, and which from the impulse of self-preservation they would persecute if they could;—if there be such a religion now in the world, it is not...when first it came forth from its Divine Author.' l And the Nicene period, with its parallel, is given as follows: 'On the whole, then, we have reason...
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Catholic World, Volume 105

1917
...is accused of superstition, insane asceticism, secret profligacy and so on, " then it is not so very unlike Christianity as that same world viewed it when first it came forth from its Divine Founder." How triumphantly Newman used the method here described is best shown in his famous controversy...
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An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine, Volume 9

John Henry Newman - Theology, Doctrinal - 1920 - 445 pages
...befallen him, as if he had had an initiation into a mystery, and had come into communion with dreadfnl influences, as if he were now one of a confederacy...when first it came forth from its Divine Author.* * Proph. Office, p. 132 [Via Media, vol. L p. 109], ' [Siuce the publication of this volume in 1845,...
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Anglicanism and the Christian Church: Theological Resources in Historical ...

Paul D. L. Avis - Religion - 2002 - 393 pages
...the maxims of government, making a mock at law, dissolving the empire, the enemy of human nature ... if there be such a religion now in the world, it is...it, when first it came forth from its divine Author (Newman, 1974, pp. lyof.; cf. 194, 334). Here Newman is characteristically skating with exhilaration...
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Development of Catholic Doctrine: Evolution, Revolution, Or an Organic Process?

Dave Armstrong - Religion - 2007 - 204 pages
...bad epithet, and which from the impulse of self-preservation they would persecute if they could;—if there be such a religion now in the world, it is not...it, when first it came forth from its Divine Author, —P. 240-242. It is not our intention to follow Mr. Newman through the application of his other tests....
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