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" Lingard, in Vol. I, p. 42, of his History and Antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon Church, in speaking of the "pagan Saxons," says: "In their theology they acknowledged no sin but cowardice, and revered no virtue but courage." He seems to be very anxious to... "
Illinois Studies in Language and Literature - Página 98
1919
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Review of Fox's Book of Martyrs, Volumen2

William Eusebius Andrews - 1826
...religion was accommodated to their '" manners, and their manners were perpetuated by their religion. In " their theology they acknowledged no sin but cowardice; and revered " no virtue but courage. Their gods they appeased with the blood of " human victims. Of a future life their notions were faint...
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Captain Rock: Or, The Chieftain's Gazette for the Year 1827

1827 - 186 páginas
...Their religion was accommodatedto their manners, and their manners were perpetuated by their religion. In their theology, they acknowledged no sin but cowardice, and revered no virtue but courage." of the Assyrians, who were the second Persian race. From this tongue proceeded the .Chaldee, and from...
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The History and Antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon Church: Containing ..., Volumen1

John Lingard - 1845 - 427 páginas
...Their religion was accommodated to their manners, and their manners were perpetuated by their religion. In their theology they acknowledged no sin but cowardice, and revered no virtue but courage. Their gods they appeased with the 1 Julian. de laud. Constan. p. 116. Sidon. 1. viii. ep. 9. Zozim....
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A Critical and Historical Review of Fox's Book of Martyrs ..., Volumen2

William Eusebius Andrews - 1853 - 658 páginas
...Their religion was accommodated to their manners, and their manners were perpetuated by their religion. In their theology they acknowledged no sin but cowardice ; and revered no virtue but courage. Their gods they appeased with the blood of human victims. Of a future life their notions were faint...
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The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volumen19

James Andrew Corcoran, Patrick John Ryan, Edmond Francis Prendergast - 1894
...Their religion was accommodated to their manners, and their manners were perpetuated by their religion. In their theology they acknowledged no sin but cowardice and revered no virtue but courage. Their gods they appeased with the blood of human victims. Of a future life their notions were faint...
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The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne: Eighth ...

Thomas William Allies - 1896 - 382 páginas
...Their religion was accommodated to their manners, and their manners were perpetuated by their religion. In their theology they acknowledged no sin but cowardice, and revered no virtue but courage. Their gods they appeased with the blood of human victims. Of a future life their notions were faint...
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The Influence of Christianity on the Vocabulary of Old English Poetry, Parte1

Albert Keiser - 1919 - 150 páginas
...applied to the Jews, And. 565, etc. We have further synrust* in synrust pwean, Cr. 1321, synsceada, a few "Lingard, in Vol. I, p. 42, of his History and Antiquities...the reader. 2 Compare NED., also Kahle, I, p. 396. Foi the chapter on Sin compare Raumer, p. 384 ff., Kahle, I, 395 ff., II, 151-2. 3 Once the poetic...
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The Influence of Christianity on the Vocabulary of Old English Poetry, Parte1

Albert Keiser - 1919 - 151 páginas
...applied to the Jews, And. 565, etc. We have further synrust* in synrust pwean, Cr. 1321, synscea'Sa, a few 1 Lingard, in Vol. I, p. 42, of his History...make a deep impression upon the mind of the reader. 1 Compare NED., also Kahle, I, p. 396. For the chapter on Sin compare Raumer, p. 384 ff., Kahle, I,...
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The Influence of Christianity on the Vocabulary of Old English Poetry, Parte1

Albert Keiser - 1919 - 151 páginas
...to the Jews, And. 565, etc. We have further synrust* in synrust pwean, Cr. 1321, synscea'da, a few 'Lingard, in Vol. I, p. 42, of his History and Antiquities...make a deep impression upon the mind of the reader. 1 Compare NED., also Kahle, I, p. 396. For the chapter on Sin compare Raumer, p. 384 ff., Kahle, I,...
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