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" ... necessary connection with the cause from which it proceedeth, or the effects which it naturally produceth, nor is taken up upon any real arguments, or reference to other acknowledged truths, and yet notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by a manifestation,... "
The Old Doctrine of Faith Asserted in Opposition to Certain Modern ... - Page 66
by James Carlile - 1823 - 131 pages
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Systematic theology. [With] Index, Volume 3

Charles Hodge - 1871 - 914 pages
...arguments or reference to other acknowledged truths, and yet notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by a manifestation, but attestation of the truth, and so...credibility, is in the proper notion faith or belief." This View almost universally Held. This view of the nature of faith is all but universally received,...
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The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Volume 32

Charles Hodge, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater - Bible - 1860 - 868 pages
...or reference to other acknowledged truths, and yet, notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by a manifestation, but attestation of the truth, and so...not of itself, but by virtue of the testimony given unto it, this is said properly to be credible ; and an assent unto this, upon such credibility, is...
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An Exposition of the Creed

John Pearson - Apostles' Creed - 1890 - 770 pages
...notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by a manifestation, but attestation of the truth, and so moveth ns to assent not of itself, but by virtue of the testimony given to it; this is said5 properly to be credible; and an Assent unto this, upon such credibility, is in the proper notion...
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The Future Life & Modern Difficulties

F. Claude Kempson - Future life - 1907 - 418 pages
...acknowledged truths, and yet notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by manifestation but by attestation of truth, and so moveth us to assent not of itself but...it ; this is said properly to be credible . . . and the assent unto this is the proper notion of faith or belief." l He then goes on to show that we have...
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Nineteenth Century and After, Volume 22

Nineteenth century - 1887 - 924 pages
...arguments, or reference to other acknowledged truths, and yet notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by a manifestation, but attestation of the truth, and so...said properly to be credible, and an assent unto, upon such credibility, is, in the proper notion, Faith or Belief.1 I could not very well shorten this...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 22

Nineteenth century - 1887 - 1058 pages
...arguments, or reference to other acknowledged truths, and yet notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by a manifestation, but attestation of the truth, and so...said properly to be credible, and an assent unto, upon such credibility, is, in the proper notion, Faith or Belief.1 I could not very well shorten this...
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An Exposition of the Creed

John Pearson - Apostles' Creed - 1893 - 834 pages
...arguments, or reference to other acknowledged truths, and yet notwithstanding appeareth to us true, not by a manifestation, but attestation of the truth, and so...but by virtue of the testimony given to it; this is said1 properly to be credible; and an assent unto this, upon such credibility, is in the proper notion...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 22

English periodicals - 1887 - 920 pages
...appeareth to ns true, not by a manifestation, but attestation of the truth, and so moveth as to •scent, not of itself, but by virtue of the testimony given...said properly to be credible, and an assent unto, upon such credibility, is, in the proper notion, Faith or Belief.i I could not very well shorten this...
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