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" When the narration is irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events. Now according to these laws, agreeing with all just philosophical conceptions and all credible experience, the absolute cause never disturbs the... "
The Life of Jesus: Critically Examined - Page 85
by David Friedrich Strauss - 1846
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Essays, Selected from Contributions to the Edinburgh Review: Theological and ...

Henry Rogers - 1850
...universal laws which govern the course of events;' he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving) that ' the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of secondary...causes by single arbitrary acts of interposition.' We are, in a similar manner, to regard, with extreme suspicion, whatever does not follow the ordinary...
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Reason and faith, theor claims and conflicts. With an appendix containing ...

Henry Rogers - 1850
...universal laws which govern the course of events ; " he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving) that " the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of secondary...causes by single arbitrary acts of interposition." We are, in a similar manner, to regard, with extreme suspicion, whatever does not follow the ordinary...
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REASON AND FAITH, AND OTHER MISCELLANIES OF HENRY ROGERS

1853
...universal laws which govern the course of events " ; he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving] that " the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of secondary...causes by single arbitrary acts of interposition." We are, in a similar manner, to regard with extreme suspicion whatever does not follow the ordinary...
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Reason and Faith, and Other Miscellanies of Henry Rogers

Henry Rogers - Christianity - 1853 - 458 pages
...universal laws which govern the course of events " ; he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving) that " the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of secondary...causes by single arbitrary acts of interposition." We are, in a similar manner, to regard with extreme suspicion whatever does not follow the ordinary...
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Present times and future prospects, in lectures delivered during Lent, 1854 ...

Present times - 1854
...historical. . . . An account is not historical when irreconcilable with the known and universal laws, which govern the course of events. Now according to these...interposition, but rather manifests itself in the production of finite causalities, and their reciprocal action. When, therefore, we meet with an account of certain...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

James Oswald Dykes, James Stuart Candlish, Hugh Sinclair Paterson, Joseph Samuel Exell - Theology - 1856
...described, is evident, first, when the narration is irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events. Now, according to these...arbitrary acts of interposition, but rather manifests himself in the aggregate of finite causalities, and of their reciprocal action. When, therefore, wo...
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Southern Presbyterian Review, Volume 10

Presbyterianism - 1858
...irreconcileable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events." lie affirms that "according to these laws, agreeing with all just philosophical...finite causalities, and of their reciprocal action." In opposition to this desolating doctrine, we shall undertake to set, in a clear light, the principle...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

Theology - 1858
...irreconcileable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events." He affirms that " according to these laws, agreeing with all just philosophical...finite causalities, and of their reciprocal action." In opposition to this desolating doctrine, we shall undertake to set, in a clear light, the principle...
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The 'Essays and Reviews' Examined: A Series of Articles Contributed to the ...

James Buchanan - Theology - 1861 - 267 pages
...described, is evident, when the narration is irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events. Now, according to these...all credible experience, the absolute cause never disturi* the chain of secondary cumes by single arbitrary acts of interposition, but rather manifests...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 5

Robert Vaughan - 1847
...Christian camp. Dr. Strauss strikes out everything miraculous in the gospel history, on the ground that ' the absolute cause never disturbs the chain ' of secondary...finite causalities, and of their reciprocal action.' The meaning of this we take to be, that God, having constituted the world so as that its phenomena...
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