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" A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and... "
The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful Knowledge - Página 212
1838
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volumen17

1868
...paragraph : " A candid and rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., Volumen3

1875
...this— ' A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire.' After relating the result of the inquiry, including the notice of the persecution we have been considering,...
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Institutes of Christian History: An Introduction to Historic Reading and Study

Arthur Cleveland Coxe - 1887 - 328 páginas
...realities which he only reaches in his fifteenth chapter, and of which he then condescends to take notice as " a very essential part of the history of the Roman Empire." Ah, indeed ! Hamlet a very interesting part of the drama ! The entire chapter reflects disgrace upon...
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Ethics of Literature

John A. Kersey - 1894 - 572 páginas
...He says, "A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman Empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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Religion and Morality

Daniel Carey - 1901 - 92 páginas
...He says: "A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman Empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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Heracles' Bow: Essays on the Rhetoric and Poetics of the Law

James Boyd White - 1989 - 272 páginas
...creations: "A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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Gibbon's Solitude: The Inward World of the Historian

W. B. Carnochan - 1987 - 225 páginas
...preliminaries: A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: 28 Selected Chapters

Edward Gibbon - 1998 - 1089 páginas
...Christians A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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Birth of Christianity

John Dominic Crossan - 1999 - 653 páginas
...Reconstruction A candid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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Augustus to Constantine: The Rise and Triumph of Christianity in the Roman World

Robert McQueen Grant - 2004 - 350 páginas
...rhetorical opening: "Acandid but rational inquiry into the progress and establishment of Christianity may be considered as a very essential part of the history of the Roman empire. While that great body was invaded by open violence, or undermined by slow decay, a pure and humble...
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