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" If they be sincere they are themselves under the strongest delusion, and it will be well if it prove not on their part a wilful one. It will be well if they have not reached that last perversity of human reason, that of falsehood of their own invention. "
The Infirmities of Genius - Sivu 32
tekijä(t) Richard Robert Madden - 1833 - 299 sivua
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The Christian Library: The life of the Rev. John Wesley

1826
...gospel;— in spite of all these unanswerable confutations of the ignorant and malignant falsehood, the enemies of Christian truth persevere in repeating,...sincere, they are themselves under the strongest delusion ; an* jt will be well if it prove not, on th;ir part, a wilful one — it will be well if they have...

Poems. With an introductory essay by J. Montgomery

William Cowper - 1826
...confutations of the ignorant and malignant falsehood, the enemies of Christian truth persevere in repenting, " that too much religion made poor Cowper mad." If they be sincere, they are themselves under the " strong delusion to believe a lie ;" and it will be well, if it prove not, on their part, a wilful...

The Baptist Magazine, Nide 19

1827
...ignorant and malignant falsehood, the enemies of Christian truth persevere in repeating, • that too murh religion made poor Cowper mad.' If they be sincere, they are themselves under the ' strong delusion to believe alie;' and it will be well, if it prove not, nn their part, a wilful one...

The Infirmities of Genius Illustrated by Referring the Anomalies in ..., Nide 2

Richard Robert Madden - 1833
...milder forms of a dyspeptic malady, Abernethy has given the term of the "city disease." Ceterisparibus, the term of religious mania, objectionable though...falsehood of their own invention." These are " words, mere words,"—strong words indeed, but not convincing ones. The invective is pointed, though not poetical,...

The Infirmities of Genius Illustrated by Referring the Anomalies in ..., Nide 2

Richard Robert Madden - 1833
...disease." Ceteris paribus, the term of religious mania, objectionable though it is, may be applied'to Cowper's malady. But to return to the observation...falsehood of their own invention." These are " words, mere words,"—strong words indeed, but not convincing ones. The invective is pointed, though not poetical,...

The Infirmities of Genius Illustrated by Referring the Anomalies in ..., Nide 1

Richard Robert Madden - 1833 - 292 sivua
...experienced under his first or subsequent attacks of depression, arose from the blessed truths of the " In spite of all these unanswerable confutations, of...reason, that of falsehood of their own invention." These arc " words, mere words," — strong words indeed, but not convincing ones. The invective is pointed,...

The Life of William Cowper, Esq: Compiled from His Correspondence and Other ...

Thomas Taylor - 1833 - 487 sivua
...gospel ; — in spite of all these unanswerable confutations of the ignorant and malignant falsehood, the enemies of Christian truth persevere in repeating,...not reached that last perversity of human reason, to believe a falsehood of their own invention.' The remarks of Mr. Hayley, in his life of the poet,...

The life of William Cowper

Thomas Taylor (biographer.) - 1833
...gospel ; — in spite of all these unanswerable confutations of the ignorant and malignant falsehood, the enemies of Christian truth persevere in repeating,...not reached that last perversity of human reason, to believe a falsehood of their own invention." The remarks of Mr. Hayley, in his admirable life of...

The North American Review, Nide 38

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1834
...confutations of the ignorant and malignant falsehood, the enemies of Christian truth persevere in asserting that too much religion made poor Cowper mad. If they...not reached that last perversity of human reason, to believe a falsehood of their own invention ;' — and more equally in the spirit of the Gospel....

The Christian Library: A Weekly Republication of Popular Religious Works, Nide 3

1835
...gospel ;— in spiie of all these unanswerable confutations of the ignorant and malignam falsehood, the enemies of Christian truth persevere in repeating,...themselves under the strongest delusion ; and it will t' well if it prove not, on their part, a wilful one—" •will be well if they have not reached that...




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