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" ... nor why he did not make all his creatures equally perfect : nor why he did not create them sooner : In short, you cannot look into any branch of knowledge, but you will meet with subjects above your comprehension. The fall and the redemption of human... "
Sermons on Public Occasions, and Tracts on Religious Subjects - Sivu 368
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An Apology for Christianity: In a Series of Letters, Addressed to Edward ...

Richard Watson - 1776 - 295 sivua
...he did not make all his creatures equally perfect; nor why he did not create them fooner: In fhort, you cannot look into any branch of knowledge, but...the works of providence, and of nature, is equally inimitable, equally pad our finding out in them both. And it is fomewhat remarkable, that the deepeft...

The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Nide 42

Tobias Smollett - 1776
...above your comprchenfion. The fall and the redemption of human kind, are not more incoroprehenfible, than the creation and the confervation of the univerfe...is fomewhat remarkable, that the deepeft inquirers iato nature, have ever thought with moft reverence, and fpoken. with moil diffidence, concerning thole...

An apology for Christianity, in a series of letters, addressed to E. Gibbon ...

Richard Watson (bp. of Llandaff.) - 1791
...did not make all his creatures equally, perfect ; nor why he did not create them fooner : in fhort, you cannot look into any branch of knowledge, but you will meet with fubje&s above your comprehenfion, The fall and the redempredemption of human kind are not more incomprehenfible...

A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps, Nide 5

Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan, Sir Richard Joseph Sullivan (bart.) - 1794
...kind, are not more incomprehensible, than the creation and the conservation of the universe ; in both, the Infinite Author of the works of Providence, and of nature, is equally inexplicable, equally past • our finding out. And it is somewhat remark-- able, that the deepest...

A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings: Addressed to the Disciples of ...

David Simpson - 1803 - 351 sivua
...did not make all his creatures equally perfeft ; nor why he did not create them sooner ; in short, you cannot look into any branch of knowledge, but you will meet with subjefts above your comprehension. The fall and the redemption of human kind, are not more incomprehensible...

A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings: Addressed to the Disciples of ...

David Simpson - 1809 - 393 sivua
...he did not make all his creatures equally perfect; nor why he did not create them sooner : in short, you cannot look into any branch of knowledge, but you will meet with subjects above your comprehension. The fall and the redemption of human kind are not more incomprehensible,...

Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most eminent ...

Elegant extracts - 1812
...human kind, are not more incomprehensible, than the creation and the conservation of the universe ; the infinite author of the works of Providence, and of nature, is equally inscrutable, equally past our finding out in them both. And it is somewhat remakable, that the deepest...

Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - 1816
...did not make all his creatures equally perfect : nor why he did not create them sooner : In short, you cannot look into any branch of knowledge, but you will meet with subjects above your comprehension. The fall and the redemption of human kind, are not more incomprehensible,...

Two Apologies: One for Christianity in a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Richard Watson - 1820 - 470 sivua
...did not make all his creatures equally perfect ; nor why he did not create them sooner : in short, you cannot look into any branch of knowledge, but you will meet with subjects above your comprehension. The fall and the redemption of human kind are not more incomprehensible...

Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry

Vicesimus Knox - 1824 - 788 sivua
...human kind, are not more incomprehensible, than the creation and the conservation of the universe ; erat inscrutable, equally past our finding out in them both. And it is somewhat remarkable, that the deepest...




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