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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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Strivings for the Faith: A Series of Lectures, Delivered in the New Hall of ...

Christian Evidence Society - 1874 - 287 pages
...to convince an honest enquirer, or, to use his own words, " I thought the conversion and Apostleship of St Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself a...to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." It appears that in a conversation with Gilbert West, the .author of an invaluable Monograph on the...
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Strivings for the faith: a ser. of lects. delivered under the auspices of ...

Strivings - 1874
...to convince an honest enquirer, or, to use his own words, " I thought the conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself...to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." It appears that in a conversation with Gilbert West, the author of an invaluable Monograph on the Resurrection...
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Strivings for the Faith: A Series of Lectures, Delivered in the New Hall of ...

Christian Evidence Society - 1875 - 287 pages
...to convince an honest enquirer, or, to use his own words, " I thought the conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself...to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." It appears that in a conversation with Gilbert West, the author of an invaluable Monograph on the Resurrection...
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Christian evidence lectures

Christian evidence society - 1879
...to convince an honest enquirer, or, to use his own words, " I thought the conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself...to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." It appears that in a conversation with Gilbert West, the author of an invaluable Monograph on the Resurrection...
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Heaven and home (addresses).

John Marshall Lang - 1880
...words of Lord Lyttleton, 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 " ? Undoubtedly, in the breast of any candid person it must suggest our question, " Thou who like a...
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The International Revision Commentary on the New Testament, Volume 5

Philip Schaff - 1907
...The Conversion of St. Paul: '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 importance of the change of the whole tenor of Paul's life can hardly be exaggerated. That was...
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The Parish Magazine for Berkeley, Dursley, Stinchcombe, and Uley

1884
...writings of the Apostle, I thought the Conversion and Apostle-ship of St. Paul alone, duly considered by itself, a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." Such was the opinion he deliberately expressed to his friend, Gilbert West, also once a Deist, who...
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Reasons for the Hope that is in Us: Brief Essays on Christian Evidences

Arthur Evans Moule - 1891 - 194 pages
...earnest believer, chiefly by St. Paul's history. " I thought," says he, "the conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself...to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." He demands for this argument no more than Strauss admits, and Rdnan takes as certain. They both concede...
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The Life and Epistles of Saint Paul

William John Conybeare, John Saul Howson - 1897 - 917 pages
...As Lord Lyttelton observes, " the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, is of itself a demonstration sufficient to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." Saul was arrested at the height of his zeal, and in the midst of his fury. In the words of Chrysostom,...
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The Miracles of Unbelief

Frank Ballard - 1900 - 362 pages
...the modern critical school. " I thought," says Lord Lyttleton, that " the conversion and apostleship of St. Paul alone, duly considered, was of itself...to prove Christianity to be a Divine revelation." And, adds Mr. Rogcrs, " Lord Lyttleton was, in several respects, especially well qualified to treat...
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