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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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The Routledge Dictionary of Religious & Spiritual Quotations

Geoffrey Parrinder - 2000 - 218 páginas
...I may believe, but I believe in order that I may understand. Anselm, Proslogium ( 1 1th century) K Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in Religion for an active faith. Thomas Browne, Religio Medici, i (1643) i Faith is not a notion, but a real strong essential hunger,...
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The Oxford Illustrated History of English Literature

John Anthony Burrow, John Pitcher, Brian Vickers, Isobel Grundy, Claire Lamont, Andrew Sanders, Bernard Bergonzi, Martin Dodsworth - 2001 - 528 páginas
...which have unhmged the brains of berter heads, they never stretched the pia mater of mine. Merhinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith. ... I love to lose myself in a mystery, to putsue my reason to an O altitudo! Although Browne sets out to...
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A Devil's Chaplain: Reflections on Hope, Lies, Science, and Love

Richard Dawkins - 2004 - 272 páginas
...is absurd' (Tertullian again). Sir Thomas Browne quotes Tertullian with approval, and goes further: 'Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in religion for an active faith.' And 'I desire to exercise my faith in the difficultest point; for to credit ordinary and visible objects...
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The Arts of the Anglican Counter-Reformation: Glory, Laud and Honour

Graham Parry - 2006 - 207 páginas
...ed. LC Martin (Oxford, 1957), 206-8. 1 See Poems, Introduction, xxii. could say with Thomas Browne 'Methinks there be not impossibilities enough in Religion for an active faith', and who sought out new topics of contemplation for his spiritual exercises. He acknowledged in the...
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The Decline of the Age of Louis Xiv

...C'est la vraie religion cela" — and the other from the Religio Medici in which Sir T. Browne says, " I can answer all the objections of Satan and my rebellious reason with an odd resolution I learned of Tertullian, Certum est quia impossibile est." philosopher, Melissus...
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The Eclectic Review

Thomas Price, William Hendry Stowell, Edwin Paxton Hood, Jonathan Edwards Ryland - 1866
...faith was supereminent. "To 'believe only possibilities is not faith, but mere philosophy." Again, "methinks there be not impossibilities enough in " religion for an active faith." Such strong expressions recall rather unpleasantly Kenan's brilliant falsehood, which it seems to us...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumen25

Henry Allon - 1857
...they had never been any difficulty to him ! On this point he has a very characteristic passage : — ' 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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The British Quarterly Review, Volumen25

Henry Allon - 1857
...they had never been any difficulty to him ! On this poiut he has a very characteristic passage:— ' 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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