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עמוד 55 - De veritate; if it be for thy glory, I beseech thee give me some sign from heaven; if not, I shall suppress it.
עמוד 208 - Nor for any of the higher or supernatural views of inspiration is there any foundation in the Gospels or Epistles. There is no appearance in their writings that the Evangelists or Apostles had any inward gift, or were subject to any power external to them different from that of preaching or teaching which they daily exercised; nor do they anywhere lead us to suppose that they were free from error or infirmity.
עמוד 208 - If such a Spirit did not dwell in the Church, the Bible would not be inspired, for the Bible is before all things the written voice of the congregation. Bold as such a theory of inspiration may sound, it was the earliest creed of the Church, and it is the only one to which the facts of Scripture answer. The sacred writers acknowledge themselves men of like passions with ourselves, and we are promised illumination from the Spirit which dwelt in them.
עמוד 144 - finite." Therefore there is no idea, or conception of anything we call "infinite." No man can have in his mind an image of infinite magnitude ; nor conceive infinite swiftness, infinite time, or infinite force, or infinite power. When we say any thing is infinite, we signify only, that we are not able to conceive the ends, and bounds of the things named ; having no conception of the thing, but of our own inability.
עמוד 221 - Ecclesiastical History of the Second and Third Centuries, Illustrated from the Writings of Tertullian.
עמוד 111 - ... good; silently and insensibly working whenever and wherever opportunity offers, at the improvement of each organic being in relation to its organic and inorganic conditions of life. We see nothing of these slow changes in progress, until the hand of time has marked the...
עמוד 198 - Gramineae" — the last of the natural orders elaborated for the "Genera Plantarum": — " Much has been done, however, for the elucidation of the order in local Floras. Already at the close of the last century and the commencement of the present...
עמוד 118 - ... suicide is merely the product of the general condition of society, and that the individual felon only carries into effect what is a necessary consequence of preceding circumstances. In a given state of society, a certain number of persons must put an end to their own life. This is the general law; and the special question as to who shall commit the crime depends of...
עמוד 210 - Though we commonly regard mental and bodily life as distinct, it needs only to ascend somewhat above the ordinary point of view, to see that they are but sub-divisions of life in general ; and that no line of demarcation can be drawn between them, otherwise than arbitrarily.
עמוד 70 - Chaldaic, with such late forms as ^isi ^ and •£» the pronominal n and n having passed into ~\, and not only minute description of Antiochus's reign, but the stoppage of such description at the precise date 169 BC, remove all philological and critical doubt as to the age of the book.