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A Plea for the West - Sivu 154
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1835
...is opened by that entire and wild liberty of opinion, which is everywhere attempting the overthrow of religious and civil institutions ; and which the...of some has held forth as an advantage to religion. " But what," exclaimed St. Augustine, " what worse death to the soul than freedom in error ?" errorum...

The Eclectic Review, Nide 14;Nide 62

William Hendry Stowell - 1835
...is opened by that entire and wild liberty of opinion, which is everywhere attempting the overthrow of religious and civil institutions ; and which the...of some has held forth as an advantage to religion. " But what," exclaimed St. Augustine, " what worse death to the soul than freedom in error ?" colluviem...

A debate on the Roman Catholic religion: held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting ...

Alexander Campbell, John Baptist Purcell - 1837 - 360 sivua
...is opened for that entire and wild liberty of opinion, which is every where attempting the overthrow of religious and civil institutions; and which the...liberty of opinion, licentiousness of speech, and lust of novelty, which, according to the experience of all ages, portend the downfall of the most powerful...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Nide 161

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1837
...denounces by name " Liberty of Conscience" as "a moat pestilential error," and which, adds the Pope, "the unblushing impudence of some has held forth as an advantage to Religion."" Such ex cathedra injunctions are, in the words of the noted Dr.Troy, "immutable Articles of Faith,"...

The Protestant magazine

Protestant association - 1839
...is opened by that entire and wild liberty of opinion, which is everywhere attempting the overthrow of religious and civil institutions, and which the...held forth as an advantage to religion." " Hence, in one word, that pest of all others, most to be dreaded in a state, unbridled liberty of opinion,...

Romanism as it Rules in Ireland: Being a Full and Authentic Report of the ...

Mortimer O'Sullivan, Robert James M'Ghee - 1840
...entire and wild liberty of opinion which is every where attempting the overthrow of civil and religious institutions, and which the unblushing impudence of...some has held forth as an advantage to religion." Judge whether the character of Roman Catholics in England is not becoming more conformable to the principles...

Maynooth College: Or, The Law Affecting the Grant to Maynooth, with the ...

James Lord - 1841 - 448 sivua
...is opened by that entire and wild liberty of opinion, which is every where attempting the overthrow of religious and civil institutions ; and which the unblushing impudence of some has held forth " Unless first the Church, or he who is the head of the Church, the Roman pontiff, the as an advantage...

The Burning of the Bibles: Defence of the Protestant Version of the ...

John Dowling - 1843 - 141 sivua
...entire and wild liberty of opinion which is every where attempting the overthrow of civil and religious institutions ; and which the unblushing impudence of some, has held forth as an advantage of religion."* * * * •' From hence arise these revolutions in the minds of men, hence this agravated...

Protestant Quarterly Review, Niteet 1–2

1844
...is opened by that entire and wild liberty of opinion, which is every where attempting the overthrow of religious and civil institutions, and which the...unblushing impudence of some has held forth as an advantage of religion. ' But what,' exclaimed St. Augustine, « what worse death to the soul than freedom in...

The Quarterly Review of the American Protestant Association, Nide 1

American Protestant Association - 1844
...entire and wild liberty of opinion, which is every where attempting the overthrow of civil and religious institutions, and which the unblushing impudence of some has held forth as even those of religion." Such is " liberty of conscience," as understood by the Papal hierarch, and...




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