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" If the empire had been afflicted by any recent calamity, by a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war; if the Tyber had, or if the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks; if the earth had shaken, or if the temperate order of the seasons had been interrupted,... "
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The History of the Waldenses: Connected with a Sketch of the ..., Nide 1

William Jones - 1816
...those solemn festivals, seemed to insult or $> lament the public felicity. If the empire had beejr afflicted by any recent calamity, by a plague, a famine,...interrupted, the superstitious pagans were convinced that the crnnes and the impiety of the Christians, who were spared by the excessive lenity of the government,...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 2

Edward Gibbon - 1827
...been afflicted by any recent calamity, by a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war ; if the Tiber had, or if the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks ; if CHAP. the earth had shaken, or if the temperate order of the XVIseasons had been interrupted ; the...

The History of the Christian Church: From the Birth of Christ to ..., Niteet 1–2

William Jones - 1832 - 607 sivua
...that the Christians alone abhorred the gods of mankind, and by their absence and melancholy on those solemn festivals, seemed to insult or to lament the...superstitious Pagans were convinced that the crimes and the • Divine Legation of Moses, vol. ii. b. ii. sect. 6, &c. f Quoted in Dr. Middleton's Free Enquiry,...

Christianity Against Infidelity: Or, the Truth of the Gospel History

Thomas Baldwin Thayer - 1836 - 302 sivua
...afflicted with any recent calamity, a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war: if the Tiber had, or the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks ; if the...superstitious Pagans were convinced, that the crimes and impiety of the Christians, who were spared by the excessive lenity of the government, had at length...

History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 1

Edward Gibbon - 1840
...unsuccessful war ; if the Tyber had, or the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks ; if the earth nad shaken, or if the temperate order of the seasons had...Christians, who were spared by the excessive lenity of the rovernment, had at length provoked the Divine justice, t was not among a licentious and exasperated...

Christianity Against Infidelity: Or, the Truth of the Gospel History ...

Thomas Baldwin Thayer - 1849 - 425 sivua
...afflicted with any recent calamity, a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war; if the Tiber had, or the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks ; if the...superstitious Pagans were convinced that the crimes and impiety of the Christians, who were spared by the excessive lenity of the government, had at length...

The Freethinker's Magazine and Review of Theology, Politics ..., Numerot 1–9

1851
...been afflicted by any recent calamity, by a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war ; if the Tiber had, or if the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks;...earth had shaken, or if the temperate order of the stasons had been interrupted, the superstitious Pagans were convinced, that the crimes and the impiety...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 2

Edward Gibbon - 1875
...Antoninus, in his Comrn. lli.it. -Theol. in Edict. Imp. Antonini. Tubing. 1777i in 4to. — G. tiy. by a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war ; if...interrupted, the superstitious Pagans were convinced irmt the crimes and the impiety of the Christians^ who were spared by the excessive lenity of the government,...

Earnest words for honest sceptics

Elizabeth Armstrong Reed - 1876
...afflicted with any recent calamity — a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war; if the Tiber had, or the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks ; if the earth had been shaken, or the temperate order of the seasons had been interrupted, the superstitious pagans were...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 2

Edward Gibbon - 1880
...decisive against it. — U. tiy, by a plague, a famine, or an unsuccessful war ; if the Tyber had, 01 if the Nile had not, risen beyond its banks ; if the...crimes and the impiety of the Christians, who were •pared by the excessive lenity of the government, had at length provoked the divine justice. It was...




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