The works of Robt: Leighton ... (Google eBook)

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Printed by W. Nicholson for R. Ogle, 1808 - Theology
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Page 295 - A NEW LITERAL TRANSLATION From the Original Greek, OF ALL THE APOSTOLICAL EPISTLES, WITH A COMMENTARY AND NOTES, Philological, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical.
Page 295 - Harmony of the Four Gospels ; in which the natural order of each is preserved, with a paraphrase and notes. By J.
Page 99 - ... subducit. Ita enim compositi sumus ut nos cotidiana, etiamsi admiratione digna sunt, transeant, contra minimarum quoque rerum, si insolitae prodierunt, spectaculum dulce fiat. Hie itaque coetus astrorum, quibus immensi corporis pulchritudo distinguitur, populum non convocat; at, cum aliquid ex more mutatum est, omnium vultus in caelo est. Sol spectatorem, nisi deficit, non habet. Nemo observat lunam nisi laborantem; tune...
Page 150 - Tanta divinse sapientiae vis est, ut in hominis pectus infusa matrem delictorum stultitiam uno semel impetu expellat ; sic totum hominem immutans, et expolito vetere novum reddens, ut non cognoscas eundem esse.
Page 121 - In praesens ita Fit nempe ; sed prospicere nos longum decet, Et opperiri dum orbis in sese redit : Haud namque vera est quae tenet sententia Plerosque prava, fortuitis lapsibus Hanc fluere vitam.
Page 296 - Discourses on the Condition and Duty of Unconverted Sinners ; on the Sovereignty of Grace in the Conversion of Sinners, and on the means to be used in the Conversion of our Neighbors. By the Rev. George Lawson, Minister of the Associate Congregation in Selkirk.
Page 295 - ... information or entertainment to any who do not live in the vicinage of Holkham, or who do not very particularly interelt tbemfelvcs in the private characters and conduct of the perfons concerned.
Page 60 - , ingratissime mortalium , qui te negas Deo deberé , sed naturae ; quia пес natura sine Deo est , nee Deus sine natura ; sed idem est utrumque, nee distal offício.

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