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Zeal without innovation: or, The present state of religion and morals ... - Page 279
by James Bean - 1808
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1792
...the exercife of public worfhip appears to be the only folid foundation of the religious fbntiments of the people, which derive their force from imitation...years, the important work of a national revolution. The memory of theological opinions cannot long be preferved, without the artificial helps of priefts,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1804
...the exercise of public worship appears to be the only solid foundation of the religious sentiments of the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit. The interruption of that public exercise may consummate, in the period of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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History the Interpreter of Prophecy, Or, A View of Scriptural ..., Volume 2

Henry Kett - Antichrist - 1805
...ftudy : but the exer. cife of public worfhip appears to be the only folid foundation of the religious fentiments of the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit. The interruption of _On the eleventh of November, the feftivai of Reafon and Truth was celebrated in the Cathedral of Paris....
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Recensio synoptica annotationis sacrae, being a critical digest ..., Volume 8

Samuel Thomas Bloomfield - Bible - 1828
...the exercise of public worship appears to be the only solid foundation of the religious sentiment,? of the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit. The interruption of that public exercise may consummate, in the porind of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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The annals of Jamaica, Volume 2

George Wilson Bridges - Jamaica - 1828
...meditation, and study, yet that appears to be the only solid foundation of the religious sentiments of a people which derive their force from imitation and habit. The interruption of that public exercise may consummate, in the period of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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The Christian's armour against infidelity, a collection of tracts by ...

Christian - 1843
...the exercise of public worship appears to be the only solid foundation of the religious sentiments of the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit ; the interruption of that public exercise may consummate in the period of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes by ...

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...the exercise of public worship appears to be the only solid foundation of the religious sentiments of the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit. The interruption of that public exercise may consummate, in the period of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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Campbell's Summary of the evidences. Leslie on deism. Watson's Apology for ...

John Campbell (of Tolbooth church, Edinb.), Charles Leslie - 1859
...the exercise of public worship appears to be the only solid foundation of the religious sentiments of the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit ; the interruption of that public exercise may consummate in the period of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon, Henry Hart Milman - Byzantine Empire - 1875
...the exercise of public worship appears to be the only solid foundation of the religious sentiments of the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit. The interruption of that public exercise may consummate, in the period of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon, Henry Hart Milman - Byzantine Empire - 1880
...nor does St. Augustine (v. 2G) deny the charge. 1 1 have inserted some lines omitted by Gibbon.óM. the people, which derive their force from imitation and habit. The interruption of that public exercise may consummate, in the period of a few years, the important work of a national revolution....
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