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" God to believe, appears evident and certain to us, although we do not see, nor *can conceive it ; because by faith we entirely depend upon the truth and power of God. It is an old and true distinction, that things may be above our reason, without being... "
The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin: Including ... - Page 136
by Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1784
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Miscellanies: The Tenth Volume

Jonathan Swift - 1745 - 277 pages
...becaufe, by Faith we entirely depend upon the Truth and Power of God. It is an old and true Diftin&ion, that Things may be above our Reafon without being...other Points. How little do thofe who quarrel with Myfleries, know of the commoneft Actions of Nature ? The Growth of an Animal, of a Plant, or of the...
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The works of ... Jonathan Swift, Volume 8

Jonathan Swift - 1752 - 80 pages
...depend upon the Truth and Ppwej of God. X ft 3i2 On the TRINITY. It is an old and true Diftmdtion, that Things may be above our Reafon, without being...Nature ? The Growth of an Animal, of a Plant, or of the fmallefl Seed, is a Myftery to the wifeft among Men. If an ignorant Perfon were told thatjjjjLoadftonc...
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An Essay on Spirit: Wherein the Doctrine of the Trinity is Considered in the ...

Robert Clayton - 1751 - 152 pages
...referved till the Day of Refurrection to Life eternal. But, fays the Dean, " It is an old and a '' true Diftinction, that Things may be above " our Reafon,...contrary to it. " Of this kind are the Power, the Nature, 'c and the univerfal Prefence of God, with " innumerable other Points." Which however, with regard...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift - 1757
...becaufe by faith we entirely depend upon the truth and power of God. IT is an old and true diftinftion, that things may be above our reafon, without being...other points. How little do thofe who quarrel with mylleries, know of thfr commoneft aftions of nature ? The growth of an animal, of a plant, or of the...
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The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc ..., Volume 1

Jonathan Swift - 1761
...becaufe by faith we entirely depend upon the truth and power of God. It is an old and true diftindjon, that things may be above our reafon, without being...who quarrel with myfteries, know of the commoneft aftions of nature ? The growth of an a^ nimal, of a plant, or of the fmalleft feed, is a myftery to...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Volume 11

Jonathan Swift - 1765
...bccaule, by iaiih vie entirely depend upon the troth and power of God. It is an old and true dillinflion, that things may be above our reafon without being contrary to it. Of this kind arc tht power, the naturc, and the univarfal prei'ence o£ God, with unnumerable other points. How...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 11

Jonathan Swift - 1768
...-becaufe by faith we entirely depend upon the truth and power of God. It is an old and true diftin&ion, that things may be above our reafon without being contrary to it. Of this kind are the oj * power, the nature, and the univerfal prefence of God, with innumerable other points. How little...
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The Works of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift - 1784
...virtue, by which any thing commanded us by God to believe, appears evident and certain to us, although we do not fee, nor can conceive it ; becaufe by faith...little do thofe who quarrel with myfteries know of the commcneft actions of nature ! the growth of an animal, of a plant, or of the fmalleft feed, is a myftery...
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The New London Magazine, Volume 1

...truth and ppwcr of the Almighty, It is an old and true diltinfyon, that things may be above our rcafon without being contrary to it. Of this kind are the power, the nature, and the omniprcfence qf the Deity ; with innumerable other points. How little do thofe who quarrel with myftcries...
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Sermons. Memoirs of Captain John Creichton.-v.11-15. Letters

Jonathan Swift - 1801
...the truth and power of God. It is an old and true distinction, that things may be above our reason, without being contrary to it. Of this kind are the power, the nature, and the universal presence of God, with innumerable other points. How little do those who quarrel with mysteries...
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