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" That an account is not historical — that the matter related could not have taken place in the manner described is evident. First. When the narration is irreconcileable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events. "
The Life of Jesus - Page 70
by David Friedrich Strauss, George Eliot - 1856 - 901 pages
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The Life of Jesus: Critically Examined

David Friedrich Strauss - 1846
...the^tile£^£psitijpSteHdSi"'b'y^lliciL" the mythus is tojbe recognizejL ~ That an jjccpunt ,Js ,no.t_M8tcaical=— that the matter related could not have taken place...irreconcileable with the known and universal laws wliich govern the course of events. Now according to these laws, agreeing with all just philosophical...
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The Journal of sacred literature, ed. by J. Kitto. [Continued as] The ...

John Kitto - 1848
...into history. They are in brief these, and these are the clew to his whole elaborate work : — 1. When the narration is irreconcileable with the known...and universal laws which govern the course of events : eg When we meet with an account of certain phenomena or events of which it is either expressly stated...
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Essays: Theological and political

Henry Rogers - English essays - 1850
...prophecies, narratives of angels and of demons, and the like, as simply 'impossible' and 'irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events ;' he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving) that ' the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of...
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Reason and faith, theor claims and conflicts. With an appendix containing ...

Henry Rogers - 1850
...prophecies, narratives of angi-ls and of demons, and the like, as simply " impossible " and " irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events ; " he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving) that " the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of...
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Reason and Faith, and Other Miscellanies of Henry Rogers

Henry Rogers - Christianity - 1853 - 458 pages
...prophecies, narratives of angels and of demons, and the like, as simply "impossible " and " irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events " ; he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving) that " the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of...
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REASON AND FAITH, AND OTHER MISCELLANIES OF HENRY ROGERS

1853
...prophecies, narratives of angels and of demons, and the like, as simply "impossible " and " irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events " ; he deciding (but, unhappily, not proving] that " the absolute cause never disturbs the chain of...
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Internal evidences of the genuineness of the Gospels [ed. by C.E. Norton].

Andrews Norton - 1855
...not to be believed, are these : — First. " An account is not historical, when it is irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events." * Second. " An account which lays claim to any historical value must not be inconsistent with itself,...
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Internal evidences of the genuineness of the Gospels

Andrews Norton, David Friedrich Strauss - Religion - 1855 - 309 pages
...not to be believed, are these : — First. " An account is not historical, when it is irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events." * Second. " An account which lays claim to any historical value must not be inconsistent with itself,...
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Internal evidences of the genuineness of the Gospels

Andrews Norton, David Friedrich Strauss - Bible - 1855 - 309 pages
...not to be believed, are these : — First. " An account is not historical, when it is irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events." * Second. " An account which lays claim to any historical value must not be inconsistent with itself,...
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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
...that they contain accounts of miracles, which he claims are impossible. " That an account," says he, " is not historical, that the matter related could not...described, is evident, first, when the narration is irreconcilable with the known and universal laws which govern the course of events. Now, according...
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