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" Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith : the deepest mysteries ours contains have not only been illustrated, but maintained, by syllogism and the rule of reason. "
Six Letters to Granville Sharp, Esq: Respecting His Remarks on the Uses of ... - Página 36
por Christopher Wordsworth - 1802 - 154 páginas
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Peter Schlemihl in America ...

George Wood - 1848 - 494 páginas
...few days later, alludes to as an authentic fact. ' It is clear,' says he in his work ' De Sanctua * "Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith. I love to lose myself in a mystery, to pursue rny reason to an O altitudol I can answer all objections...
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The Works of Sir Thomas Browne: Pseudodoxia epidemica, books V-VII. Religio ...

Sir Thomas Browne - 1852
...religion, which have unhinged the brains of better heads, they never stretched the pia mater of mine. Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith : the deepest mysteries ours contains have not only been illustrated, but maintained, by syllogism...
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Sir Thomas Browne's works, ed. by S. Wilkin, Volumen2

sir Thomas Browne - 1852
...religion, which have unhinged the brains of better heads, they never stretched the pia mater of mine. Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith : the deepest mysteries ours contains have not only been illustrated, but maintained, by syllogism...
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Unitarian Principles Confirmed by Trinitarian Testimonies: Being Selections ...

John Wilson - 1855 - 504 páginas
...transcending us. — - DR. ISAAC BARROW : Defence of the Blessed Trinity ; in Works, vol. ii. p. 150. Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith : the deepest mysteries ours contains have not only been illustrated, but maintained, by syllogism...
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Religio Medici ; A Letter to a Friend ; Christian Morals ; Urn-burial and ...

Sir Thomas Browne - 1862 - 440 páginas
...which have approached unhinged the brains of better heads, they never stretched the pia mater of mine: methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith; the deepest mysteries ours contains, have not only been illustrated, but maintained by syllogism, and...
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Œdipus on the Sphinx of the Nineteenth Century: or, Politico-polemical ...

William Brade - 1862 - 363 páginas
...fallacy is given by Sir Thomas Browne, MD, in his " Religio Medici," page 16, where he says: — " Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion " for an active faith ; the deepest mysteries ours contains " have not only been illustrated but maintained by syllogism...
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unitarian principles confirmed by trinitarian testimonies

john wilson - 1864
...transcending us. — DR. ISAAC BARROW : Defence of the Blessed Trinity ; in Works, vol. ii. p. 150. Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith : the deepest mysteries ours contains have not only been illustrated, but maintained, by syllogism...
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Religio medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a friend, with an intr. and ...

sir Thomas Browne - 1869 - 196 páginas
...religion, which have unhinged the brains of better heads, they never stretched the pia mater11 of mine. Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith : the deepest mysteries ours contains have not only been illustrated, but maintained, by syllogism...
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A Manual of English Literature, Historical and Critical

Thomas Arnold - 1873 - 567 páginas
...found it difficult to believe a doctrine merely because it transcended and confounded his reason. ' Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith.' He can answer all objecthe maxim of Tertullian, Certum est quia imt, and is glad that he did not live...
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A Manual of English Literature, Historical and Critical: With an Appendix on ...

Thomas Arnold - 1873 - 567 páginas
...found it difficult to believe a doctrine merely because it transcended and confounded his reason. ' Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith.' He can answer all objections with the maxim of Tertullian, Certum est quia impossibile est, and is...
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