Popery in Alliance with Heathenism: Letters Proving that where the Bible is Wholly Unknown, as in the Heathen World, Or Only Partially Known, as in the Romish Church, Idolatry and Superstition are Inevitable
J. Hatchard and Son ... ; Seeley and Sons, 1835 - 120페이지
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23 페이지 - Te (memini) et puro secubuisse toro? Nunc, dea, nunc succurre mihi (nam posse mederi Picta docet templis multa tabella tuis...
115 페이지 - But this I confess unto thee, that after the way which they call heresy, so worship I the God of my fathers...
100 페이지 - Except a man be born again, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God,
18 페이지 - Aquaminariwn or amula, says the learned Montfaucon, was " a vase of holy water, placed by the heathens at the entrance of their temples, to sprinkle themselves with...
9 페이지 - Indeed, bitter and earnest writing must not hastily be condemned ; for men cannot contend coldly, and without affection, about things which they hold dear and precious. A politic man may write from his brain without touch and sense of his heart ; as in a speculation that appertaineth not unto him ; but a feeling Christian will express in his words a character of zeal or love.
63 페이지 - midst surrounding frosts, and vapours chill, Presid'st on bleak Dodona's vocal hill: (Whose groves the Selli, race austere! surround, Their feet unwash'd, their slumbers on the ground; Who hear, from rustling oaks, thy dark decrees; And catch the fates, low-whispered in the breeze;) Hear, as of old! Thou gav'st, at Thetis' prayer, Glory to me, and to the Greeks despair.
94 페이지 - Sibyls say. • What horror will invade the mind, When the strict Judge, who would be kind, Shall have few venial faults to find ! The last loud trumpet's wondrous sound Shall through the rending tombs rebound, And wake the nations under ground. Nature and Death shall, with surprise, Behold the pale...
93 페이지 - This man, after he had offered one sacrifice for sin, for ever sat down on the right hand of God, for by one offering he hath perfected for ever them that are sanctified.
66 페이지 - ... to revenge himself. But, if there be any gods who desire to be worshipped after this manner, they do not deserve to be worshipped at all, since the very worst of tyrants, though they have sometimes torn and tortured people's limbs, yet have never commanded men to torture themselves.