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" I venture now on a bold saying; for I predict that, in consequence of the new evidence, all reasonable men, a century hence, will believe the Resurrection of Christ, whereas, in default of the new evidence, no reasonable men, a century hence, would have... "
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - Page 349
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1906 - 470 pages
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City Temple sermons

Reginald John Campbell - Congregational churches - 1903 - 286 pages
...and influence of a spiritual world where man's true citizenship lies." The second passage is this: " I venture now on a bold saying, for I predict that,...whereas, in default of the new evidence, no reasonable man a century hence would have believed it." The second part of that statement is too strong ; the...
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Haeckel's monism false: an examination of 'The riddle of the universe'; 'The ...

Frank Ballard - Monism - 1906 - 605 pages
...Myers—quite as scientific in his methods and studies as Mr. Wells or Mr. McCabe—be of equal validity ? ' I venture now on a bold saying: for I predict that,...whereas, in default of the new evidence, no reasonable man a century hence would have believed it. We have shown that amid much deception and self-deception,...
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An Agnostic's Progress

Mary Emily Dowson - Belief and doubt - 1906 - 169 pages
...speaks of as that without which his preaching were vain, — the Resurrection of his Master : — " I venture now on a bold saying ; for I predict that,...whereas, in default of the new evidence, no reasonable man, a century hence, would have believed it." Think of Arthur dough, of the difference all these things...
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Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace Book Designed for the Use ...

Augustus Hopkins Strong - Theology, Doctrinal - 1907 - 1166 pages
...conditions. It may IKS perfectly in accordance with miture." Myers, Human Personality, 2 : :.88— •• I predict that, in consequence of the new evidence,...century hence, will believe the resurrection of Christ." We may add that Jesus himself Intimates that the working of miracles is hereafter to be a common and...
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Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace, Volume 1

Augustus Hopkins Strong - Theology - 1907
...perfectly In accordance with nature." Myers, Human Personality, 2: x'88— " I predict that, Inconsequence of the new evidence, all reasonable men, a century hence, will believe the resurrection of Christ." We may add that Jesus himself intimates that the working of miracles is hereafter to be a common and...
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Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace-book Designed ..., Volume 1

Augustus Hopkins Strong - Baptists - 1907
...perfectly iu vtyiriuxr. with nature." Myers, Human Personality, 2: .88 — "I predict that, in eou»*fm**: of the new evidence, all reasonable men, a century hence, will believe the »«» •„ m>:! ¡on of Christ." We may add that Jesus himself intimates that the working of mu)ravtai...
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The Gospel and the modern man

Shailer Mathews - Religion - 1910 - 331 pages
...question much of his "evidence," I find myself responding to these words of the late FWH Myers: — "I venture now on a bold saying ; for I predict that,...whereas in default of the new evidence, no reasonable man, a century hence, would have believed it. The ground of this forecast is plain enough. Our ever...
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Christianity and the modern mind

Samuel McComb - Christianity - 1910 - 343 pages
...hundred disciples. So strong is this argument that the late Mr. F. WH Myers ventured the bold prophecy: " In consequence of the new evidence, all reasonable men a century hence will believe the Kesurrection of Christ, whereas in default of the new evidence, no reasonable men a century hence would...
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Religion and Life

Elwood Worchester - Christianity - 1914 - 261 pages
...can or cannot happen there. I cannot forbear quoting here the well-known words of Frederick Myers. "I venture now on a bold saying; for I predict that...evidence all reasonable men a century hence will believe in the resurrection of Christ, whereas in default of the new evidence no reasonable men a century hence...
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Spirit intercourse: its theory and practice

James Hewat McKenzie - Spiritualism - 1917 - 295 pages
...book, Human Personality, vol. 2, p. 288, utters a word to which all Christians might well give heed: "I venture now on a bold saying: for I predict that,...men a century hence will believe the resurrection of Jesus, whereas, in default of the new evidence, no reasonable man a century hence would have believed...
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