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" State implies utility to the State. Without a prospect of some advantage to be derived from the Church, the State would have neither sought its alliance, nor granted it protection. Whether our ancestors judged rightly in this respect, or whether civil... "
The national religion the foundation of national education: a sermon ... - Página 28
por Herbert Marsh (bp. of Peterborough.) - 1811
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The General chronicle and literary magazine, Volume 3

1811
...rightly in this respect, ur whether civil society, ^as some modern theorists imagine) can be as util conducted, without the aid of an established religion,...clergymen, to preserve to each of the contracting parties sufficient power to enable it to fulfil the terms of the compact; to enable therefore the church...
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The National Religion the Foundation of National Education: A Sermon ...

Herbert Marsh - 1811 - 289 páginas
...protection. Whether our ancestors tors judged rightly in this respect, or whether civil society (as sume modern theorists imagine) can be as well conducted,...adhere to the principles, on which it is founded. It i& the interest of Statesmen, as well as of Clergymen, to preserve to each of the contracting parties...
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The Philanthropist, Or, Repository for Hints and Suggestions ..., Volume 2

1812
...whether civil sociely (as some modern theorists imagine) can be as well conducted without the aiil of an established religion, yet, as long as the present...constitution remains, it is both the duty and the interest of oil who are members of it to adhere to the principles on which it is founded. It is the interest of...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 1

1813
...either case admit, that its alliance with the State implies utility to the State. Without a prospect of some advantage to be derived from the Church, the...Clergymen, to preserve to each of the contracting parties sufficient power to enable it to fulfil the terms of the compact; to enable, therefore, the...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 1

Abraham John Valpy - 1813
...either case admit, that its alliance with the State implies utility to the State, Without a prospect of some advantage to be derived from the Church, the...interest of Statesmen, as well as of Clergymen, to pre,74 serve to each of the contracting parties sufficient power to enable it to fulfil the terms of...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 1

Abraham John Valpy - 1813
...ancestors judged rightly in this respect, or whether civil society (as some modern theorists imagine) ceji be as well conducted, without the aid of an established...principles, on which it is founded. It is the interest of Statesmen,as well as of Clergymen, to preserve to each of the contracting parties sufficient power...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 1

Abraham John Valpy - 1813
...imagine) can be as well conducted, without the aid of an established religion, yet as long as the pifesent Constitution remains, it is both the duty and the...interest of Statesmen, as well as of Clergymen, to pre74 serve to each of the contracting parties sufficient power to enable it to fulfil the terms of...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 3

1838
...without the aid of an established religion, yet as long as the present Constitution is suffered to stand, it is both the duty and the interest of all who are...clergymen, to preserve to each of the contracting parties, sufficient power to enable it to fulfil the terms of the compact;—to enable, in short, the...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 6

1839
...rightly in this respect, or whether civil society (as some modern theorists imagine) can be as Kell conducted without the aid of an established religion,...remains, it is both the duty and the interest of all who arc members of it, to adhere to the principles on which it is founded. It is the interest of statesmen,...
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The Christian Witness, and Church Member's Magazine, Volume 20

1863
...to it teaches us that it is a subject of primary importance and of universal concernment ; and that it is both the duty and the interest of all who are endowed with understanding and reason, to apply their minds seriously to the study of the lessons which...
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