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" Now if the gods were good for anything, they would rather forward me, who have been more careful to serve them. It remains, therefore, that if upon examination you find those new doctrines, which are now preached to us, better and more efficacious, we... "
Sketches of Christian life in England in the olden time, by the author of ... - Sivu 52
tekijä(t) Elizabeth Charles - 1864
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The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Ecclesiastical history

Saint Bede (the Venerable), John Allen Giles - 1843
...than I, and are more prosperous in all their undertakings. Now if the gods were good for any thing, they would rather forward me, who have been more careful...efficacious, we immediately receive them without any delay." Another of the king's chief men, approving of his words and exhortations, presently added :...

The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Ecclesiastical history

Saint Bede (the Venerable), John Allen Giles - 1843
...gods were good for any thing, they would rather forward me, who have been more careful to serve thorn. It remains, therefore, that if upon examination you...efficacious, we immediately receive them without any delay." Another of the king's chief men, approving of his words and exhortations, presently added :...

The Venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England. Also the Anglo-Saxon ...

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1849 - 515 sivua
...rather forward me, who have been more careful to serve them. It AO 627.] comrcn. OF EDWIN'S NOBLES. 95 remains, therefore, that if upon examination you find...efficacious, we immediately receive them without any delay." Another of the king's chief men, approving of his words and exhortations, presently added :...

The Church Historians of England: pt. 2. The historical works of the ...

1853
...anything, they would rather assist me, who have been most careful to serve them. It remains, therefore, if upon examination you find those new doctrines,...are now preached to us, better and more efficacious, for us immediately to receive them without any delay." § 130. Another of the king's chief men, approving...

The historical works of the venerable Bede, tr. with a preface and notes by ...

Bede (the venerable.) - 1853
...anything, they would rather assist me, who have been most careful to serve them. It remains, therefore, if upon examination you find those new doctrines,...are now preached to us, better and more efficacious, for us immediately to receive them without any delay." § 130. Another of the king's chief men, approving...

History, Topography, and Directory of Northumberland: Comprising a General ...

Whellan, William, & Co - 1855 - 1010 sivua
...received the most attentive service. It remains, therefore, that if upon examination you find these new doctrines, which are now preached to us, better...more efficacious, we immediately receive them without delav." When Coiffi had finished speaking, another chieftain arose, whose discourse, while it proves...

History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham ...

Whellan, William, & Co - 1856 - 1068 sivua
...received the most attentive service. It remains, therefore, that if upon examination you find these new doctrines, which are now preached to us, better...more efficacious, we immediately receive them without delay." On the conclusion of Coiffi's speech, another chieftain arose, whose * « discourse, while...

The Juvenile messenger of the Presbyterian Church in England, Niteet 7–11

...the religion which we have hitherto professed has no power nor utility in it It remains, therefore, if, upon examination, you find those new doctrines which are now preached unto us better and more efficacious, for us immediately to receive them without any delay." And then...

The London Review, Nide 15

John Telford, Benjamin Aquila Barber - 1861
...the religion which we have hitherto professed has no power nor utility in it It remains, therefore, if upon examination you find those new doctrines which are now preached unto us better and more efficacious, for us immediately to receive them without any delay.' And then,...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Niteet 52–53

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1861
...religion which we have hitherto professed has no power nor utility in it. ... It remains, therefore, if upon examination you find those new doctrines which are now preached unto us better and more efficacious, for us to immediately receive them without any delay." And then,...




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