The Evidences of Christianity: Stated in a Popular and Practical Manner, in a Course of Lectures, Delivered in the Parish Church of St. Mary, Islington, Volumen2

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George Wilson, 1830
 

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The Sacraments and other means of grace
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And a surpassing grandeur and sublimity
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Their harmony
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Are deeply humiliating and in the highest degree conso
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An APPEAL whether the inward evidence of Christian
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The ExtENT and PUR1ty of the Christian morals
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Keeps aloof from secular policy
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They go to form that sort of character which the
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The will of God is the authority of moral obedience
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Men ought therefore to hold Fast by the CHRistian
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The conduct of our Lond in his more peculiar character
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The manner in which our Lord supported the state
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His piety and devotion to his heavenly Father
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His virtues were unalloyed with the kindred failings
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The surprising novelty and sublimity of our Saviours
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This argument springs from a FAIR persuasion upon
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It be a Rs Away the heart of the docile and strength
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The nature of the argument explained
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It comes down to mans actual circumstances
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The success of CHRISTIANITY IN PRoPortion
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This TENDENcy is still in progress
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Let each one Ask himself what is the tendency of
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LECTURE XIX
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The script URAL Authority on which it rests
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The facts by which it is sustained
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The sINGULAR 1 M Port A Nce of the proof thus
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APPEAL to sincere Christians in confirmation of
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LECTURE XX
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Thace out in You R own HEARt the truth of its state
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Use the MEANs which God has promised to bless
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The REsu LT
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Historical faith will only IN cREase your condem
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The best method of treating objections considered
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LECTURE XXIII
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It must be a living principle
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The discoveries of the Christian religion show this
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The Extent to which faith should be carried
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Follow the language as well as the sentiments of
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ExAMINE whether your faith be LIv1NG AND INFLU
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you such a faith
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Implies an honest application of our understanding
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Guards us against the danger of hazardous interpreta
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The occasion of the book being written should be con
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The great scope and analogy of truth will either solve
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The use and place and relative bearings of every truth
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We must not attempt to reduce truth to a human
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We should rise to the sublimity of the Scripture mys
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CHRISTIANITY is so ExcelleNT in itself that
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The real simplicity v ARIETY INDEPENDENCE
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The PART1cular Adv ANTAges which each individual
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Vital Christianity of the heart can alone interpret
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Let then your submission to Christianity be 1MM
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The general nature of the argument
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The tide of proof as it has been rolling down from
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The INcIDENTAL manner in which the flood has been
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The Actual Mass of Evidence now before our eyes
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Its agreement with the probationary and imperfect
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Let each one who is conscious that he has never
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The several branches of the argument to be collected
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The humble and teachable
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Definition and illustration of faith 432
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His fortitude and constancy 151
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We must give to the last portion of Revelation that
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And go to form a particular sort of character 94
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His prudence and discretion 151
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PRAY for the copious influences of grace 218
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Página 165 - Which is the prophet of God? But her answer we have already had; when she saw part of this scene through the eyes of the centurion who attended at the cross; by him she spoke and said, "Truly this man was the Son of God.
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