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" Church enjoyed peace — it was regarded as a sacred realm by men who, though they hated one another, believed and feared the same God. Abused as it was by the worldly-minded and ambitious, and disgraced by the artifices of the designing and the follies... "
A short history of the Protestant Reformation: chiefly selected from ... - Sivu 130
tekijä(t) Patrick Rafferty - 1831 - 236 sivua
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The Quarterly Review, Nide 6

George Walter Prothero - 1811
...though they hated each other, believed and feared the same God. Abused as it was by the worldly-minded and ambitious, and disgraced by the artifices of the designing and the follies of the faiiatic, it afforded' a shelter to those who were better than the world in their youth, or weary of...

An Historical and Literary Account of the Formularies, Confessions of Faith ...

Charles Butler - 1816 - 200 sivua
...they " hated each other, believed and feared the same God. Abusea, " as it was, by the worldly-minded and ambitious, and disgraced by " the artifices of...a shelter to those, who were better than the world ill " their youth, or weary of it in their age; the-wise, as well as the " timid and the gentle, fled...

The Philological and Biographical Works of Charles Butler, Esquire, of ...

Charles Butler - 1817
...they hated each other, believed and " feared the same Cod. Abused, as it was, by the " worldly-minded and ambitious, and disgraced by " the artifices of...in their age ; the wise, as well as the " timid and the gentle, fled to this Goshen of God, " which enjoyed its own light and calm amid " darkness and...

Historical Memoirs Respecting the English, Irish, and Scottish ..., Nide 1

Charles Butler - 1819
...hated each other, believed, " and feared, the same God. Abused, as it was, by " the worldly-minded, and ambitious, and disgraced " by the artifices of...it in their age; the wise, as well as the timid and " the gentle, fled to this Goshen of God, which en" joyed its own light, and calm, amid darkness and...

The Quarterly Review, Nide 6

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1820
...though they hated each other, believed and feared the same God. Abused as it was by the worldly-minded and ambitious, and disgraced' by the artifices of...or weary of it in their age ; the wise as well as tht timid timid and the gentle, fled to this Goshen of God, which enjoyed its own light and calm amid...

A Topographical, Statistical, & Historical Account of the Borough of Preston ...

Marmaduke Tulket - 1821 - 347 sivua
...her borders ; it was regarded as a sacred realm by men who, though they hated each other, believed and feared the same God. Abused as it was, by the...it in their age ; the wise as well as the timid and the gentle, fled to this Ciosheu of God, which enjoyed its own light and calm, amid darkness and storms....

Historical Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish Catholics: Since the ...

Charles Butler - 1822
..." hated each other, believed and feared the same " God. Abused, as it was, by the worldly-minded " and ambitious, and disgraced by the artifices of "...in their " age; the wise, as well as the timid and the " gentle, fled to this Goshen of God, which enjoyed " its own light and calm, amid darkness and...

A History of the Protestant "reformation," in England and Ireland: Showing ...

William Cobbett - 1824 - 284 sivua
...disgraced by the artifices of the de" signing and the follies of the fanatic, it afforded a shelter u to those who were better than the world in their youth,...their age. The wise as well as the -timid " and gentle fled to this Goshen of God, which enjoyed its " own light and calm, amidst darkness and storms." 142....

The Book of the Roman-Catholic Church: In a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Charles Butler - 1825 - 347 sivua
...enjoyed peace ; it was " regarded as a sacred realm by men, who, though " they hated each other, believed and feared the " same God. Abused as it was, by the...in their age : the wise, as well as the timid and " .the gentle, fled to this Goshen of God, which en" joyed its own light and calm, amid darkness and...

The book of the Roman-Catholic Church: in letters addressed to R. Southey on ...

Charles Butler, Robert Southey - 1825
...enjoyed peace ; it was " regarded as a sacred realm by men, who, though " they hated each other, believed and feared the " same God. Abused as it was, by the...in their age : the wise, as well as the timid and " the gentle, fled to this Goshen of God, which en" joyed its own light and calm, amid darkness and...




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