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" ... the Jews at the time of Christ's appearance, as they had then been without miracles for four hundred years, or more. Now this reluctance must make both the writers and readers very much upon their guard ; and if it be now one of the chief prejudices... "
Tracts - Strana 9
1793
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A Collection of Theological Tracts, Svazek 5

Richard Watson - 1791
...miracles were then wrought) : but it muft always be confiderable from the very frame of the human mind, and would be particularly fo amongft the Jews at the...miracles for four hundred years, or more. Now this reluftance muft make both the writers and readers very much upon their guard ; and if it be now one...
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Observations on Man, His Frame, His Duty, and His Expectations, Svazek 2

David Hartley - 1801
...miracles were then wrought) : but it muft always be confiderable from the very frame of the human mind, and would be particularly fo amongft the Jews at the...againft revealed religion, as unbelievers unanimoufly affeit, it is but reafonable to allow alib, that it would be a ftrong check upon the publication of...
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Observations on man, his frame, his duty and his expectations. To ..., Svazek 2

David Hartley - 1810
...miracles were then wrought:) But it tnuft always be confiderable from the very frame of the human mind, and would be particularly fo amongft the Jews at the time of CHRIST'S appearance, as they had then been without miracles' for four hundred years, or more. Now this...
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Letters to a Friend: On the Evidences, Doctrines, and Duties, of ..., Svazek 1

Olinthus Gregory - 1829
...their own account) been without miracles for at least four hundred years. Now this reluctance must make both the writers and readers very much upon their...guard; and if it be now one of the chief prejudices against revealed religion, as unbelievers unanimously assert, it is but reasonable to allow also, that...
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Observations on Man, His Frame, His Duty, and His Expectations

David Hartley - 1834 - 604 str.
...appearance, as they had then been without miracles for four hundred years, or more. Now this reluctance must make both the writers and readers very much upon their...guard ; and if it be now one of the chief prejudices against revealed religion, as unbelievers unanimously assert, it is but reasonable to allow also, that...
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Observations on Man, His Frame, His Duty, and His Expectations

David Hartley - 1834 - 604 str.
...very frame of the human mind, and would be "particularly so amongst the Jews at the time of Christ's appearance, as they had then been without miracles...for four hundred years, or more. Now this reluctance must make both the writers and readers very much upon their guard ; and if it be now one of the chief...
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Letters on the Evidences, Doctrines and Duties of the Christian Religion ...

Olinthus Gregory - 1836 - 492 str.
...their own account) been without miracles for at least four hundred years. Now this reluctance must make both the writers and readers very much upon their...guard ; and if it be now one of the chief prejudices against revealed religion, as unbelievers unanimously assert, it is but reasonable to allow also, that...
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James Stamford Caldwell - 1843 - 351 str.
...reluctance of mankind to receive miraculous facts. Now this reluctance must make both the writers and the readers very much upon their guard ; and if it be now one of the chief prejudices against revealed religion, as unbelievers unanimously assert, it is but reasonable to allow also that...
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A Collection of Theological Tracts: In Six Volumes, Svazek 5

Richard Watson - 1791
...miracles were then wrought) : but it muft always be confiderable from the very frame of the human mind, and would be particularly fo amongft the Jews at the...very much upon their guard ; and if it be now one t>f the chief prejudices againft revealed religion, as unbelievers unanimoufly aflert, it is but reafonable...
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