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" Saviour taught, all this had been avoided; and supposing Christianity to have been purely a human invention, it had been the most amiable and the most useful invention that was ever imposed on mankind for their good. "
The works of Lord Bolingbroke: with a life, prepared expressly for this ... - Page 474
by Viscount Henry St. John Bolingbroke - 1841
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The Life of the Rev. William Marsh, Part 4

Catherine Marsh - 1867 - 580 pages
...simplicity with which it was originally taught by Christ. " Supposing Christianity to have been an invention, it had been the most amiable and the most...that was ever imposed on mankind for their good." ' ' MY DEAR FRIEND, I do not in the least wonder at your desolate feelings. We are not angels,...
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Ad Fidem; Or, Parish Evidences of the Bible

Enoch Fitch Burr - Apologetics - 1871 - 353 pages
...reason a law in every possible definition of the word. And therefore, even supposing it to be a purely human invention, it had been the most amiable and...that was ever imposed on mankind for their good." 6. The Biblical Religion, as to its doctrines and facts, is in striking accord with Nature and Historical...
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Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes...

Quotations, English - 1876 - 764 pages
...makes right reason a law in every possible definition of the word. And therefore, even supposing it to have been purely a human invention, it had been...invention that was ever imposed on mankind for their good. LORD BOLINGUROKE. But the introduction of Christianity, which, under whatever form, always confers...
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Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes. Authors, 544 ...

Samuel Austin Allibone - Quotations, English - 1880 - 752 pages
...makes right reason a law in every possible definition of the word. And therefore, even supposing it the gutter and LORD BOLINGBROKE. But the introduction of Christianity, which, under whatever form, always confers...
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Museum of Antiquity: A Description of Ancient Life : the Employments ...

Levi W. Yaggy - Civilization - 1881 - 944 pages
...morality, justice, benevolence, and universal charity .... Supposing Christianity to have been purely an human invention, it had been the most amiable, and...that was ever imposed on mankind for their good." Hume acknowledges, that, "the disbelief in futurity loosens, in a great measure, the ties of morality,...
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Heathen, Jewish, and infidel testimony to Bible facts, Christianity, etc

George Bate (F.R.S.S.) - 1883
...law in every possible definition of the word, and therefore supposing it to have been a purely human, it had been the most amiable and the most useful invention...that was ever imposed on mankind for their good." (V) (a) Oracles of Reason, p. 87. (l>) Vol. iv. 3. LORD BYRON copied into his Bible that famous verse...
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A Homiletic Encyclopaedia of Illustrations in Theology and Morals. ...

Robert Aitkin Bertram - Homiletical illustrations - 1885 - 892 pages
...makes right reason a law in every possible definition of the word. And therefore, even supposing it to have been purely a human invention, it had been...invention that was ever imposed on mankind for their good. Lord oin;broe, 1078-1751. (1127.) What other science can even make a pretension to dethrone...
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The Christian Unity of Capital and Labor ...

Harry W. Cadman - Capitalism - 1888 - 261 pages
...now incorporated with and form part of their daily lives. Therefore, as Lord Bolingbroke says, even supposing Christianity "to have been purely a human...that was ever imposed on mankind for their good." The Christian religion is so inseparably connected with the joys and sorrows, the temptations and triumphs,...
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"Whom do men say that I the Son of Man am": for the special encouragement of ...

Apologetics - 1903 - 77 pages
...makes right reason a law in every possible definition of the word. And therefore, even supposing it to have been purely a human invention, it had been...that was ever imposed on mankind for their good." LORD BOLINGBROKE. "Christianity is the companion of liberty in all its conflicts, the cradle of...
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