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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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The Biblical companion, or, An introduction to the reading and study of the ...

William Carpenter - 1836 - 760 pages
...convincing proof of the truth of the Christian religion. Lord Lyttleton considered this circumstance of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine revelation ; and, indeed, when we consider the character of Saul, the manner in which hi1 was brought to a knowledge...
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A View of the Principal Deistical Writers: That Have Appeared in England in ...

John Leland - 1837 - 730 pages
...argument. The design is to show, that the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul, alone considered, is of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a divine revelation. This design is very happily executed. He first considereth the account St. Paul himself hath given...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

1838
...from the miracles of Christ, and from the evidence PWO. of his resurrection by all the other apostles, he thought the conversion of St. Paul alone, duly...those unbelievers that will not attend to a longer series of arguments : and time has shown he was not out in his conjecture, as the tract is esteemed...
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The Church of England Magazine, Volume 7

1839
...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...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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The Christian's armour against infidelity, a collection of tracts by ...

Christian - 1843
...all the other apostles, I think the conversion and npostleship 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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Works, Complete, Volume 4

Hannah More - 1843
...truth of his position, that the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly 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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The Acts of the Apostles: With a Commentary

Abiel Abbot Livermore - 1844 - 330 pages
...argument, that he wrote an epistolical essay, in which he advocated that "The conversion and apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove the truth " of the above proposition. In that work he abundantly shows, that Paul " could have been...
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The Complete Works of Hannah More, Volume 4

Hannah More - 1840
...truth of his position, that the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly 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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A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen, Volume 5

George Godfrey Cunningham - 1853
...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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The Acts of the Apostles: With a Commentary

Abiel Abbot Livermore - 1853 - 330 pages
...argument, that he wrote an epistolical essay, in which he advocated that "The conversion and apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove the truth " of the above proposition. In that work he abundantly shows, that Paul "could have been...
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