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A General History of the Christian Church: To the Fall of the Western ..., Том 2
Полный просмотр - 1804
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Стр. 128 - Paul faid, I would to God that not only thou, but alfo all that hear me this day, were both almoft, and altogether fuch as I am, except thefe bonds.
Стр. 35 - Silver and gold have 1 none, but fuch as I have give I thee : in the name of Jefus Chrift of Nazareth, rife up and walk.
Стр. 438 - By another mandate we purpose to signify unto magistrates how they ought herein to demean themselves. " Wherefore it will be the duty of the Christians, in consequence of this our toleration, to pray to their God for our welfare, and for that of the public, and for their own ; that the commonweal may continue safe in every quarter, and that they themselves may live securely in their habitations.
Стр. 185 - Their persuasion, that evil resided in matter, rendered them unfavourable to wedlock ; and led them to hold the doctrine of the resurrection of the body in great contempt. They considered it as a mere clog to the immortal soul ; and supposed, that nothing was meant by it, but either a moral change in the minds of men, which took place before they died ; or that it signified the ascent of the soul to its proper abode in the superior regions, when it was disengaged from its earthly encumbrance.
Стр. 199 - ... every rank, of both sexes likewise, are accused, and will be accused. Nor has the contagion of this superstition seized cities only, but the lesser towns also...
Стр. 51 - Peter faid to him, thy money perifh with thee, becaufe thou haft thought that the gift of God may be purchafed with money...
Стр. xv - ... the lofs of all things, and made light of pain and death in every mode of torture. •With this view I have been more particular than, might have...
Стр. 268 - I do so, though ever so many, being of the same opinion, should urge it upon me ; because we are commanded by Christ himself, not to obey the teachings of men, but what was taught by the holy prophets and himself.
Стр. 118 - Imitating the symbolic methods of the ancient prophets, he bound his own hands and feet with Paul's girdle, declaring, in the name of the Spirit, that the Jews at Jerusalem would even thus bind the owner of that girdle, and deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles. Upon hearing this, even St. Paul's own companions joined in the entreaties of the brethren of Caesarea, that he would not go up to Jerusalem.