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" ... so swiftly, so strongly, as once it could: will they not therefore allow it to move, to stir, to flutter up and down, as well as it can ? The Turrets, and Pinnacles of the stately structure are fallen : will they therefore demolish the whole Fabrick,... "
An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature - Page 4
by Nathanael Culverwel - 1669 - 387 lehte
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Of the Light of Nature

Nathanael Culverwel - 1857 - 298 lehte
...pinnacles of the stately structure are fallen ; will they therefore demolish the whole fabric, and shake the very foundations of it, and down with it to the ground ? Though it be not a Jacob's ladder to climb up to heaven by, yet may they not use it as a staff | to walk upon earth withal ? And then reason...
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Laurence Chaderton, D.D. first master of Emmanuel, tr. from a Lat. memoir of ...

William Dillingham - 1884
...pinnacles of the stately structure are fallen ; will they therefore demolish the whole fabrick, and shake the very foundations of it, and down with it to the ground ? Though it be not a Jacob's ladder to climb up to Heaven by, yet may they not use it as a staff to walk upon earth withal ? " These quotations...
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The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin ...

Benjamin Whichcote, John Smith, Nathanael Culverwel - 1901 - 327 lehte
...Pinnacles of the stately structure are fallen : will they therefore demolish the whole Fabrick, and shake the very Foundations of it, and down with it to the ground ? Though it be not a Jacob's Ladder to climbe up to Heaven by, yet may they not use it as a staff to walk upon Earth withall ? And then Reason...
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