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" He lays down a proposition, self-evident as soon as stated, to those who have at all examined the structure of Scripture, viz. that the sacred text was never intended to teach doctrine, but only to prove it, and that, if we would learn doctrine, we must... "
The Dictionary of National Biography - Page 208
by Stephen (Sir Leslie), Robert Blake, Christine Stephanie Nicholls - 1908
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1864 - 557 pages
...him,and his subject was a novel one at the time. He lays down a proposition, self-evident as soon as stated, to those who have at ,all examined the structure...for instance to the Catechism, and to the Creeds. He considers, that, after learning from them the doctrines of Christianity, the inquirer must verify...
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic ..., Volume 26

1864
...him, and his subject was a novel one at the time. He lays down a proposition, self-evident as soon as stated, to those who have at all examined the structure...for instance, to the Catechism and to the Creeds. He considers that, after learning from them the doctrines of Christianity, the inquirer must verify...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1864 - 393 pages
...him, and his subject was a novel one at the time. He lays down a proposition, self-evident as soon as stated, to those who have at all examined the structure...for instance to the Catechism, and to the Creeds. He considers, that, after learning from them the doctrines of Christianity, the inquirer must verify...
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evangelical christendom: a montly chronicle of the churches

Members of the Evangelical Alliance - 1864
...Bible. Dr. Hawkins, now Provost of Oriel College, Oxford, persuaded him that the text of Scripture " was never intended to teach doctrine, but only to...for instance, to the Catechism and to the Creeds." This is, in a sense, true. Scripture does not lay down theological propositions in systematic form....
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1864
...proposition self-evident to those who have at all examined the structure of Scripture, — that it was never intended to teach doctrine (!), but only...must have recourse to the formularies of the Church, to the Catechism and the Creeds. This view, most trae in its outline, most fruitful in consequences,...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - 1864 - 557 pages
...him, and his subject was a novel one at the time. He lays down a proposition, self-evident as soon as stated, to those who have at all examined the structure...never intended to teach doctrine, but only to prove j it, and that, if we would learn doctrine, we must have recourse to the formularies of the Church;...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

England - 1864
...that the sacred text was never intended to teach doctrine, bnt only to prove it ; and that if we wonld learn doctrine, we must have recourse to the formularies of the Church — for instance, to the Oatechisms and the Creeds." A man imbued with these sentiments was little likely to feel at ease as...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 96

Scotland - 1864
...equally with Hawkins accepted it, " that the sacred text was never intended to teach doctrine, bat only to prove it ; and that if we would learn doctrine, we mnst have recourse to the formularies of the Cbnrcli — for instance, to the Catechisms and the Creeds."...
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History of My Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1865 - 379 pages
...original, and his subject was a novel one at the time. He lays down a proposition, self-evident as soon as stated, to those who have at all examined the structure...for instance to the Catechism, and to the Creeds. He considers, that, after learning from them the doctrines of Christianity, the inquirer must verify...
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Sermons, addresses, and statistics of the diocese of Montreal

1865
...University Pulpit, in which he laid down "a proposition, self-evident, as soon as etated, to tliose who have at all examined the structure of Scripture,...of the Church, for instance, to the Catechism and the Creeds" (p. 60). Secondly, I was confident in the truth of a certain definite religious teaching,...
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