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" ... families. His favourite employment was the study of the Scriptures, which he read much in the original. Next to Guthrie, I must mention Samuel Rutherford ; but how shall I mention him? Christians of the present day, knowing him chiefly by his letters,... "
Europe During the Middle Ages ... - Page 232
by Samuel Astley Dunham - 1833
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Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of His Sons ..., 1. köide

Oliver Cromwell - 1821 - 486 lehte
...(the Archbishop's) last, with other very considerable sums extraordinary. Neal says of the Archbishop, that he was one of the most learned men of his age, that he had a penetrating judgment, a tenacious memory withal, and was a most pious, humble, and modest...
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The Anatomy of the Mass

Pierre Du Moulin - 1833 - 288 lehte
...of Christ." * A learned Pope is a very rare personage; nevertheless, it may be said of Pope Pius II. that he was one of the most learned men of his age. Arguing against the Bohemians, in his 130th epistle to Cardinal de Carvial, he writes thus: " That...
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The English Presbyterian messenger, 2. köide

Presbyterian Church of England - 1849
...the present day, knowing him chiefly by his letters, which glow with heavenly love, scarcely remember that he was one of the most learned men of his age. Indeed, it is hard to say whether he was greater as a pastor or an author. He was professor as well...
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The History of the Puritans

Daniel Neal - 1855
...England, vol. in., p. 270,8vo.—ED, This " ignorance ; and insufficiency" sounds strangely, after reading that ! he was " one of the most learned men of his age;" if ! his ignorance had been that of theology, that good ! man, Dr. Owen, would hardly have been his...
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Swedenborg and His Mission: A Lecture Delivered Before the Massachusetts ...

Sampson Reed - 1859 - 24 lehte
...philosophical studies, particularly those which pertain to the natural sciences. It is now conceded that he was one of the most learned men of his age ; and, subsequent to his call, all his learning was made subservient to spiritual uses. But the most...
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Thoughts on Preaching: Being Contributions to Homiletics

James Waddel Alexander - 1861 - 514 lehte
...the present day, knowing him chiefly by his letters, which glow with heavenly love, scarcely remember that he was one of the most learned men of his age. Indeed, it is hard to say whether he was greater as a pastor or an author. He was professor as well...
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THOUGHTS ON PREACHING BEING CONTRIBUTIONS TO HOMILECTICS

JAMES W. ALEXANDER, D.D. - 1863
...the present day, knowing him chiefly by his letters, which glow with heavenly love, scarcely remember that he was one of the most learned men of his age. Indeed, it is hard to say whether he was greater as a pastor or an author. He was professor as well...
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Life of Emanuel Swedenborg: With Some Account of His Writings

Nathaniel Hobart - 1866 - 246 lehte
...philosophical studies, particularly those which pertain to the natural sciences. It is now conceded that he was one of the most learned men of his age ; and, subsequent to his call, all his learning was made subservient to spiritual uses. But the most...
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