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" As piety predominated in his mind, it is diffused over his works : under his direction it may be truly said, Theologies Philosophia ancillatur, philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction : it is difficult to read a page without learning, or... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Page 526
1826
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Biblical Trinity

Theophilus - 1850 - 332 lehte
...The truth is, that whatever he took in hand was, by his incessant solicitude for souls, converted to Theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is...works ; under his direction it may be truly said, Theologia Philosophia anctilatur, philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction ; it is difficult...
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the poet of the santuary

josiah conder - 1851
...relatives (in 1746) was a sore trouble. (Milner, p. 677.) his incessant solicitude for truth, converted to theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is diffused over his works." In 1747, Dr. Watts published a volume of " Evangelical Discourses," with an " Essay on the Powers and...
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the poet of the santuary

josiah conder - 1851
...relatives (in 1746) was a sore trouble. (Milner, p. 677.) his incessant solicitude for truth, converted to theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is diffused over his works." In 1747, Dr. Watts published a volume of " Evangelical Discourses," with an " Essay on the Powers and...
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Johnson's Lives of the British poets completed by W. Hazlitt, 3. köide

Samuel Johnson - 1854
...of instructing others, may be charged with deficience in his duty if this book is not recommended. piety predominated in his mind, it is diffused over...works. Under his direction, it may be truly said, theologuE philosophia ancillatur — philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction. It is difficult...
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The Book of Religions: Con Prising the Views, Creeds ... of All the ...

John Hayward - 1856 - 432 lehte
...useful and pleasing. Whatever he took in hand was, by his incessant solicitude for souls, converted te theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is...diffused over his works. Under his direction, it may be trul) said t i'. ii philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction : it ii difficult to read...
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The Life and Choice Works of Isaac Watts

Isaac Watts - 1857 - 496 lehte
...says Johnson, " that whatever he took in hand was, by his incessant solicitude for souls, converted to Theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is...works : under his direction it may be truly said, Theologia Philisophia ancillatur, philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction: it is difficult...
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Biographical Sketches of Eminent British Poets: Chronologically Arranged ...

1857 - 508 lehte
...the truth is, thrtt whatever he took in hand was, by his incessant solicitude for souls, converted to theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is...works. Under his direction, it may be truly said, philosophy is suhservient to philosophical instruction; it is difficult to read a page without learning,...
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Christian Examiner, 65. köide

1858
...Dr. Johnson, " that whatever he took in hand was, by his incessant solicitude for souls, converted to theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is...works. Under his direction, it may be truly said, philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction. It is difficult to read a passage without learning,...
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The Christian Examiner, 65. köide

1858
...predominated in his mind, it is diffused over his works. Under his direction, it may be truly said, philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction. It is difficult to read a passage without learning, or at least wishing, to be better. The attention is caught by indirect instruction,...
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THE BOOK OF RELIGIONS

JOHN HAYWARD - 1860
...piety predominated in his mind, it is diffused over his works. Under his direction, it may be trul) said that philosophy is subservient to evangelical...without learning, or at least wishing, to be better. The virtue of this good man eminently appeared in the happy state of his mind under great pains and...
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