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Essays on the Philosophy of Theism - Page 99
by William George Ward - 1884
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The Theological review [ed. by C. Beard]., 7. köide

Charles Beard
...towards whom we direct our pleadings, in whose anger we are troubled and waste away. -These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting cause an...it sheds upon us a deep peace, a sense of security, a resignation and a hope, which there is no sensible, no earthly object to elicit. 'The wicked flees,...
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The Theological Review, 7. köide

1870
...towards whom we direct our pleadings, in whoso anger wo are troubled and waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting cause an...it sheds upon us a deep peace, a sense of security, a resignation and a hope, which there is no sensible, no earthly object to elicit. 'The wicked flees,...
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An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent

John Henry Newman - 1870 - 485 lehte
...towards whom we direct our pleadings, in whose anger we are troubled and waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting cause an...it sheds upon us a deep peace, a sense of security, a resignation, and a hope, which there is no sensible, no earthly object to elicit. "The wicked flees,...
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Catholic World, 12. köide

1871
...find our happiness, for whom we yearn, towards whom we are troubled and waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting cause an intelligent being. We arc not affectionate towards a stone, nor do we feel shame before a horse or a dog ; we have no remorse...
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The Dublin Review, 18. köide;70. köide

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1872
...towards whom we direct our pleadings, in whose anger we are troubled and waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting cause an...it sheds upon us a deep peace, a sense of security, a resignation, and a hope, which there is no sensible, no earthly object to elicit. " The wicked flees,...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, 21. köide

1872
...waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting 1 " Grammar of Assent," p. 104. cause an intelligent being : we are not affectionate...it sheds upon us a deep peace, a sense of security, a resignation, and a hope, which there is no sensible, no earthly object to elicit." ' We have now...
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The two blasphemies, 5 sermons

Henry Harris - 1874
...towards whom we direct our pleadings, in whose anger we are troubled and waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting cause an...shame before a horse or a dog; we have no remorse of compunction on breaking mere human law ; yet so it is, conscience excites all these painful emotions,...
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Characteristics from the Writings of John Henry Newman: Being Selections ...

John Henry Newman - 1874 - 447 lehte
...pleadings, in whose anger we are troubled and waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for K 2 their exciting cause an intelligent being: we are...horse or a dog; we have no remorse or compunction in breaking mere human law : yet, so it is, conscience excites all these painful emotions, confusion,...
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Characteristics from the Writings of John Henry Newman: Being Selections ...

John Henry Newman - 1875 - 447 lehte
...whom we direct our pleadings, in whose anger we are troubled und waste away. These feelings inчш are such as require for their exciting cause an intelligent...horse or a dog ; we have no remorse or compunction in breaking mere human law : yet, so it is, conscience excites all these painful emotions, confusion,...
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Theism: Being the Baird Lecture for 1876

Robert Flint - 1877 - 432 lehte
...towards whom we direct our pleadings, in whose anger we are troubled and waste away. These feelings in us are such as require for their exciting cause an...horse or a dog ; we have no remorse or compunction in breaking mere human law : yet, so it is, conscience excites all these painful emotions, confusion,...
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