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" Creature, nor graven like a dead letter upon livelesse, and decaying Pillars; but written with the point of a Diamond, nay, with the finger of God himself in the heart of man. "
An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature - Page 36
by Nathanael Culverwel - 1669 - 387 lehte
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Of the Light of Nature

Nathanael Culverwel - 1857 - 298 lehte
...very excellently, ' Eight reason,' says he, ' is that fixed and unshaken law, not writ on perishing paper by the hand or pen of a creature, nor graven like a dead letter upon lifeless and decaying pillars, but written with the point of a diamond, nay, with the finger of God...
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God in Human Thought: Or, Natural Theology Traced in Literature ..., 2. köide

Ezra Hall Gillett - 1874
...forbidding, etc. Philo, too, makes right reason " that fixed and unshaken law, not writ in perishing paper by the hand or pen of a creature, nor graven like a dead letter upon lifeless and decaying pillars, but written with the point of a diamond, nay, with the finger of God...
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Homiletic Review, 8. köide

1884
...written, but born." Philo describes that " fixed and unshaken law, not written on perishable parchment by the hand or pen of a creature, nor graven like a dead letter upon lifeless and decaying pillars, but written with the point of a diamond — nay, with the finger of...
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The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin ...

Benjamin Whichcote, John Smith, Nathanael Culverwel - 1901 - 327 lehte
...in perishing paper by the Hand, or Pen of a Creature, nor graven like a dead letter upon livelesse, and decaying Pillars; but written with the point of a Diamond, nay, with the finger of God himself in the heart of man.' A Deity gave it an Imprimatur; and an eternal Spiritgrav'd it in an immortal...
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The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin ...

Benjamin Whichcote - 1901 - 327 lehte
...aOavaT<a Siavota TwrwOfk. ' Right reason (saith he) is that fix'd, and unshaken Law, not writ in perishing paper by the Hand, or Pen of a Creature, nor graven like a dead letter upon livelesse, and decaying Pillars ; but written with the point of a Diamond, nay, with the ringer of...
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Reason, Grace, and Sentiment: Volume 1, Whichcote to Wesley: A Study of the ...

Isabel Rivers, Queen Mary University of London Isabel Rivers, Rivers Isabel - 1991 - 292 lehte
...by Grotius from Philo: right Reason (saies he) is that fixt and unshaken Law, not writ in perishing paper by the hand or pen of a creature, nor graven like a dead letter upon livelesse and decaying Pillars, but written with the point of a Diamond, nay with the finger of God...
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