A Dialogue Between Timothy and Philatheus: In which the Principles and Projects of a Late Whimsical Book, Intituled: The Rights of the Christian Church, &c., are Fairly Stated, and Answered in Their Kind, and Some Attempts Made Towards the Discovery of a New Way of Reasoning, Intirely Unknown Both to the Ancient and Modern, Volume 1
B. Lintott, 1709
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Page 54 - ... thou heard the secret of God? and dost thou restrain wisdom to thyself? What knowest thou, that we know not? what understandest thou, which is not in us? With us are both the grayheaded and very aged men, much elder than thy father. Are the consolations of God small with thee? is there any secret thing with thee? Why doth thine heart carry thee away, and what do thy eyes wink at, that thou turnest thy spirit against God, and lettest such words go out of thy mouth? What is man, that he should...
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Page 241 - ... even Ariftotles Intelligences^ are allow'd now and then a Civil Vehicle, and a Material Mouthful of Air: but a Man muft be very Romantick indeed, to fuppofe good natural corporeal Men can fubfift upon pure Spiritualties , without fo much as a Civil pair ťof Breeches, a Material Difh of Viftuals, an External Pot of Ale, a Secular Shirt, and a Temporal Manfion: This is indeed, in Mr.
Page 335 - ... in it, for a less or greater proportion of time, the exercise of more or less power by some sorts, or the whole body of them that are ruled, the uniting of men for some particular end by bonds and engagements, and the like occasional emergencies, the universal disposal of them is rolled on prudence to act according to present circumstances. (2.) Love to his people. This was the second qualification, wherein Daniel was so eminent. And our deceased friend, not...