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" ... unapproachable sanctity, opens at once the eye of conscience to perceive and know the pure and holy God, the Father that dwelt in him and made him so full of truth and grace. Him that rules in heaven we can in no wise believe to be less perfect than... "
The Idea of God in Relation to Theology ... - Page 27
by Eliphalet Allison Read - 1900 - 67 pages
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The Christian teacher

National review - 1841
...we can in no wise believe to be less perfect than that which is most divine on earth ; of any thing more perfect than the meek yet majestic Jesus, no...God of whom he was the image and impersonation : and tterefore, not the God of which philosophy dreams, — a mere Infinite physical Force, without spirituality,...
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The Christian Teacher, Volume 3

Christianity - 1841
...we can in no wise believe to be less perfect than that which is most divine on earth ; of any thing more perfect than the meek yet majestic Jesus, no...therefore, not the God of which philosophy dreams, — a mere Infinite physical Force, without spirituality, without love, chiefly engaged in whirling...
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evangelical review

james nisbet - 1877
...value." Ask him how Christ has shewn us the Father, and for reply you may get the following :— " Ever since he visited our earth with blessing, the...soul of Christendom has worshipped a God resembling him,—a God of whom he was the image and impersonation ; aud, therefore, not the God of which philosophy...
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History of Christian Doctrine, Volume 2, Parts 1517-1885

Henry Clay Sheldon - Theology, Doctrinal - 1886
...rules in heaven we can in no wise believe to be less perfect than that which is most divine on earth ; of anything more perfect than the meek yet majestic...Christendom has worshipped a God resembling Him." (Studies of Christianity. See also tributes to Christ by other Unitarian writers, in Daniel Dorchester's...
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The Unitarian, Volume 4

Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - Liberalism (Religion) - 1889
...another and purer region. In every way we discern in Christ the transcendent revelation of the Most High. Of anything more perfect than the meek, yet majestic Jesus, no heart can ever dream." The idea of Christ and the place he is supposed or believed to occupy, are certainly quite different...
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The Testimony of the Four Gospels Concerning Jesus Christ

Charles Voysey - Bible - 1896 - 184 pages
...dishonour to man and a dishonour to God to say of Jesus Christ that " Of anything more spiritually perfect than the meek yet majestic Jesus, no heart can ever dream." 72 Lecture VI. AGAIN I ask you for your pity and patience in the continuance of this course of lectures...
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Chimes and Rhymes: Romantic Tales of Bromsgrove Bells and Bromsgrove Nails ...

John Cotton - 1903 - 112 pages
...and Perfect Man." An eminent theologian recently deceased has said : " Of anything more spiritually perfect than the meek yet majestic Jesus no heart can ever dream.' While an ex-clergyman of the Church of England says : " I would undertake to prove that Egypt, Assyria,...
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