The Belief of the Jewish People and of the Most Eminent Gentile Philosophers, More Especially of Plato and Aristotle, in a Future State: Briefly Considered; Including an Examination Into Some of the Leading Principles Contained in Bishop Warburton's Divine Legation of Moses; in a Discourse Preached Before the University of Oxford at St. Mary's, March 30, 1828
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Page 122 - ... spake and it was done, who commanded and it stood fast!
Page 40 - Is the law then against the promises of God? God forbid: for if there had been a law given which could have given life, verily righteousness should have been by the law.
Page 50 - Hell from beneath is moved for thee, to meet thee at thy coming: it stirreth up the dead for thee, even all the chief ones of the earth : it hath raised up from their thrones all the kings of the nations. All they shall speak, and say unto thee, art thou also become weak as we 1 art thou become like unto us...
Page 35 - I will send my fear before thee, and will destroy all the people to whom thou shalt come, and I will make all thine enemies turn their backs unto thee.
Page 36 - I also will do this unto you; I will even appoint over you terror, consumption, and the burning ague, that shall consume the eyes, and cause sorrow of heart: and ye shall sow your seed in vain, for your enemies shall eat it. And I will set my face against you, and ye shall be slain before your enemies: they that hate you shall reign over you; and ye shall flee when none pursueth you.
Page 51 - the righteous hath hope that he shall be delivered from the most imminent dangers." So the Psalmist — upon them that hope in his mercy; to deliver their soul from death, and to keep them alive in famine...
Page 87 - Rhetor autem ille magnus haec, ut opinor, Aristotelia se ignorare respondit. Quod quidem minime sum admiratus eum philosophum rhetori non esse cognitum, qui ab ipsis philosophis praeter admodum paucos ignoraretur.
Page 22 - ... firmly in your mind, that the Lord Jesus Christ Himself has spoken most plainly about the reality and eternity of hell. The parable of the rich man and Lazarus contains things which should make men tremble. But it does not stand alone. No lips have used so many words to express the awfulness of hell, as the lips of Him who spake as never man spake, and who said " The word which ye hear is not Mine, but the Father's which sent Me.