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" the author of the institutions civil or religious that bear his name ; and that in framing them he borrowed much from the Egyptians or other ancient nations, must never have compared them togther, otherwise they could not but have perceived many circumstances... "
Notes on All the Books of Scripture: For the Use of the Pulpit and Private ... - Página 373
por Joseph Priestley - 1803
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Notes on All the Books of Scripture: For the Use of the Pulpit and ..., Volumen1

Joseph Priestley - 1803
...DISSERTATION IK WHICH AB.E BSMOKSTaATED THE ORKINALPrr, AND 5UPERIOR EXCELLENCE, OF THE MOSAIC INSTITUTIONS. JL HEY who fuppofe that Mofes himfelf was the author...endeavour to point out the more confiJcrable of them. T 1. No heathen ever conceived an idea of fo great an cljeet as that of the inftitutions of Mofes,...
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Discourses and Dissertations on the Scriptural Doctrines of Atonement ...

William Magee - 1813 - 541 páginas
...set at rest by the learned* " They who suppose that Moses himself was the author of the institutions, civil or religious, that bear his name, and that in...them he borrowed much from the Egyptians, or other ancient nations, MUST NEVER HAVE COMPARED THEM TOGETHER. Otherwise they could not but have perceived...
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The Theological and Miscellaneous Works of Joseph Priestley, Volumen11

Joseph Priestley - 1803
...OF TBE MOSAIC INSTITUTIONS.* THEY who suppose that Moses himself was the author of the institutions, civil or religious, that bear his name, and that in...them he borrowed much from the Egyptians, or other ancient nations, must never have compared them together: otherwise they could not but have perceived...
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The reasons of the law of Moses, from the 'More nevochim', with notes ...

Maimonides - 1827
...ingenious writer, that they who suppose Moses himself to have been "the author of the institutions civil or religious that bear his name ; and that in...them he borrowed much from the Egyptians or other ancient nations, must never have compared them togther, otherwise they could not but have perceived...
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The Reasons of the Laws of Moses: From the "More Nevochim" of Maimonides

Moses Maimonides, James Townley - 1827 - 451 páginas
...an ingenious writer, that they who supposeMoses himself to havebeen "the author of the institutions civil or religious that bear his name ; and that in...them he borrowed much from the Egyptians or other ancient nations, must never have compared them togther, otherwise they could not but have perceived...
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The Bible cyclopædia: or, Illustrations of the civil and natural history of ...

William Goodhugh, William Cooke Taylor - 1843
...justly remarked, that they who supposed Moses himself to have been the author of the institutions, civil or religious, that bear his name, and that in framing them lie borrowed much from the Egyptians or other ancient nations, must never have compared them together,...
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