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The Truth of the Christian Religion: In Six Books by Hugo Grotius
Hugo Grotius,Jean Le Clerc
Pré-visualização indisponível - 2015
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Página 233 - And I will give unto thee, and to thy seed after thee, the land wherein thou art a stranger, all the land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession ; and I will be their God.
Página 70 - ... and laid up the stones in the mountain of the temple in a convenient place, until there should come a prophet to shew what should be done with them.
Página 301 - And sat down at the right hand of the Father, And will come to judge the living and the dead?
Página 225 - And it shall come to pass, when ye be multiplied and increased in the land, in those days, saith the LORD, they shall say no more, The ark of the covenant of the LORD: neither shall it come to mind: neither shall they remember it; neither shall they visit it; neither shall that be done any more.
Página 140 - And it is the will of God, that those things which he would have us believe, so as that faith should be accepted from us as obedience, should not be so very plain, as those things we perceive by our senses, and by demonstration ; but only so far as is sufficient to procure the belief, and persuade a man of the thing, who is not obstinately bent against it : So that the gospel is, as it were, a touchstone, to try men's honest dispositions by.
Página 202 - Porphyry, who wrote so largely on the spurious Freemasonry, says, " They esteem him not fit to offer sacrifice worthily, whose body is not clothed in a white and clean garment ; but they do not think it any great matter, if some go to sacrifice, having their bodies clean, and also their garments, though their minds be not void of evil, as if God were not the most delighted with internal purity, which bears the nearest resemblance to him. It was even written in the temple of Epidauras — let all...
Página 39 - But among all these there were no weeds, no useless plants, none that encumbered the ground. Much less were there any poisonous ones, tending to hurt any one creature : but every thing was salutary in its kind, suitable to the gracious design of its great Creator. 10. The Lord now created " the Sun to rule the day, and the Moon to govern the night.
Página 225 - ... and it shall come to pass when ye be multiplied and increased in the land, in those days, saith the Lord, they shall say no more, the ark of the covenant of the Lord, neither shall it come to mind, neither shall they remember it, neither shall they visit it, neither shall that be done any more.