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" Christian religion, which might be drawn from the prophecies of the Old Testament, from the necessary connection it has with the whole system of the Jewish religion, from the miracles of Christ, and from the evidence given of his resurrection by all the... "
The Emerald - Page 177
1806
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1826
...of a suggestion dropt by his friend in conversation,' that he thought the Conversion and Apostleship of St Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself a...demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine religion ; independent of all the other proofs of it, which might be drawn from prophecies in the Old...
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A Popular Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures: For the Use of ...

William Carpenter - 1826 - 656 pages
...truth of the Christian religion. Indeed, Lord Lyttleton, as is well known, considered this circumstance of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine revelation, and has taken upon himself the task of proving it to be such, in his incomparable Letter to Gilbert...
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Converts from Infidelity: John Wilmot, earl of Rochester. Count Struensee ...

Andrew Crichton - 1827
...of a suggestion dropt by his friend in conversation, that he thought the Conversion and Apostleship of St Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself a...demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine religion ; independent of all the other proofs of it, which might be drawn from prophecies in the Old...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1828
...his talents, says : " I think the Conversion and Apostleship of St Paul alone, duly considered, is of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine revelation. " The Deist asserts, the Apostle " sets out to prove the resurrection of the same body. " Let him produce...
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The Pleiad: A Series of Adbrigements from Seven Distinguished Writers on the ...

Francis Wrangham - 1828 - 300 pages
...his talents, says : " I think the Conversion and Apostleship of St Paul alone, duly considered, is of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine revelation." The Deist asserts, the Apostle " sets out to prove the resurrection of the same body. " Let him produce...
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An Apology for the Bible; in a series of letters addressed to Thomas Paine ...

Richard Watson - 1828 - 173 pages
...all the other apostles, I think the conversion and apostleship of St Paul alone, duly considered, is, of itself, a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine revelation." I hope this opinion will have some weight with you ; it is not the opinion of a lying Bible-prophet,...
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The Christian's defence against infidelity ...: with an introductory essay

Thomas Chalmers - 1829 - 536 pages
...evidence given of his resurrection by all the other apostles, I thought the conversion and the apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself...sufficient to prove Christianity to be a Divine Revelation. As you seemed to think, that so compendious a proof might be of use to convince those unbelievers that...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 10

Hannah More - 1830
...truth of the position, that the conversion and apostleship of Saint Paul alone, dtdy considered, is, of itself, a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a Divine Revelation. Into these circumstances, which it is probable powerfully assisted his own convictions, he has with...
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Standard Works, Volumes 1-20

1835
...evidence given of his resurrection bv all the other apostles, I thought the conversion and the apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself...sufficient to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation. As you seemed to think that so compendious a proof might be of use to convince those unbelievers that...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham, Volume 8

Englishmen - 1836
...the miracles of Christ, and from the evidence given of his resurrection by all the other apostles, he thought the conversion of St Paul alone, duly considered,...that so compendious a proof would be of great use. Time has shown he was not wrong in his conjecture, as the tract is esteemed one of the best defences...
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