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" I conclude as follows : — if there is a form of Christianity now in the world which is accused of gross superstition, of borrowing its rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue ; — a religion which... "
The Home and Foreign Review - Página 592
1863
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An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine

John Henry Newman - 1845 - 453 páginas
...Christianity now in the world which is accused of gross superstition, of borrowing its rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue ; — a religion which is considered to burden and enslave the mind by its requisitions, to...
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The Quarterly Review

1846
...rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue ; — a religion which is considered to burden and enslave...and to contradict reason and exalt mere irrational faith; — a religion which impresses on the serious mind very distressing views of the guilt and consequences...
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An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine

John Henry Newman - 1846 - 453 páginas
...rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue; — a religion which is considered to burden and enslave...and imposture, and to contradict reason and exalt 1 Sinn. Opp. ii. p. 225, ed. Ven. mere irrational faith; — a religion which impresses on the serious...
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Volumen33

1846
...and ceremonies an occult virtue, — n religion which is con. sidered to burden and enslave the roind by its requisitions, to address itself to the weak-minded...imposture, and to contradict reason and exalt mere ii rational faith, — a religion which impresses on the serions mind very distressing views of the...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volumen33

1846
...heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies on occult virtue, — a religion which is con. sidered to burden and enslave the mind by its requisitions, to address itself to the weak-minded nnd ignorant, to OB supported by sophistry and imposture, and to contradict reason and exalt mere irrational...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1846
...Christianity now in the world which is accused of gross superstition, of borrowing its rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue ; — a religion which is considered to burden and enslave the mind by its requisitions, to...
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The Epistle to the Hebrews; the substance of 3 lects., on the foundation of ...

John Frederick Denison Maurice - 1846
...which is accused of gross superstition, of borrowing its rites and customs Hi SIGNS OF CORRESPONDENCE. from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue ; — a religion which is considered to burden and enslave the mind by its requisitions, to...
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The Oxford and Cambridge review, Volumen2

1846
...Christianity now in the world which is accused of gross superstition, of borrowing its rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue ; a religion which is considered to burden and enslave the mind by its requisitions, to address...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumen77

1846
...Christianity now in the world which is accused of gross superstition, of borrowing its rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue; a religion which is considered to burden and enslave the mind by its requisitions, to address...
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The Quarterly Review

1846
...Christianity now in the world which is accused of gross superstition. of borrowing its rites and customs from the heathen, and of ascribing to forms and ceremonies an occult virtue ; — a religion which is considered to burden and enslave the mind by its requisitions, to...
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