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" ... the disappointments of life, the defeat of good, the success of evil, physical pain, mental anguish, the prevalence and intensity of sin, the pervading idolatries, the corruptions, the dreary hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race so... "
Ancient Religion and Modern Thought: By William Samuel Lilly - Page 96
by William Samuel Lilly - 1884 - 371 lehte
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The Living Age, 263. köide

1909
...irreliglon, that condition of the whole race so fearfully yet exactly described by the Apostle, "having no hope and without God in the world," all this is a...mystery which is absolutely beyond human solution. Lord Tennyson takes in a wider range of considerations than the Cardinal. He paints graphically, not...
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The Cornhill Magazine

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1901
...the dreary hopeless irreligiou, that condition of the whole race so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle's words, ' having no hope, and without...mystery, which is absolutely beyond human solution. Mr. Hutton, speaking of this passage, points out that the mind, which could grasp with such power the...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - 1864 - 393 lehte
...the dreary hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race, so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle's words, " having no hope and without...mystery, which is absolutely beyond human solution. What shall be said to this heart-piercing, reasonbewildering fact? I can only answer, that either there...
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History of My Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - 1865 - 379 lehte
...the dreary hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race, so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle's words, " having no hope and without...mystery, which is absolutely beyond human solution. What shall be said to this heart-piercing, reason-bewildering fact ? I can only answer, that either...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - 1865 - 393 lehte
...dreary , hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race, so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle's words, " having no hope and without...appal ; and inflicts upon the mind the sense of a proj found mystery, which is absolutely beyond human solution. What shall be said to this heart-piercing,...
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Short studies on great subjects, 3. köide

James Anthony Froude - 1883
...so fearfully yet exactly described in the apostle's words, " Having no hope, and without God in this world ; " all this is a vision to dizzy and appal, and inflicts upon the mind a sense of profound mystery which is absolutely beyond human solution. ' What shall be said of this...
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The Dublin Review, 75. köide

1874
...the dreary hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race, so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle's words, ' having no hope and without...mystery, which is absolutely beyond human solution." See also the " Grammar of Assent," from p. 391 to p. 394. Surely indeed the Christian doctrine, which...
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Catholic World, 18. köide

1874
...the dreary, hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race so fearfully yet exactly described in the apostle's words, ' having no hope, and without...the world ' — all this is a vision to dizzy and appall, and inflicts upon the mind the sense of a profound mystery which is absolutely beyond human...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a History of His Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - 1875 - 388 lehte
...the dreary hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race, so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle's words, " having no hope and without...mystery, which is absolutely beyond human solution. What shall be said to this heart-piercing, reason-bewildering fact ? I can only answer, that either...
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The Church quarterly review. [With] Index, 2. köide

1876
...the dreary hopeless irreligion, that condition of the whole race, so fearfully yet exactly described in the Apostle's words, " having no hope and without...the world " — -all this is a vision to dizzy and appall, and inflicts upon the mind the sense of a profound mystery which is absolutely beyond human...
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