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A short and candid enquiry into the proofs of Christ"s divinity
Charles Henry Wharton
|Statement||By Charles H. Wharton, D.D. and member of the Philosophical Society of Philadelphia.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 23995.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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One of the most convincing proofs of Christ’s divinity, with many, is the supposed fact that he was born of a virgin and that his miraculous birth was foretold by a prophet seven hundred years before the event occurred. Now, there is not a passage in the Jewish Scriptures declaring that a child should be born of a virgin.
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Like four of the manuscripts, the present translation includes as an appendix to Book VIII the short version of Eusesbius’s Martyrs of Palestine, which is the most complete account for any. First fruiL are these to God and to the Lamh, This book of the Apocalypse is full of and the wicked-witl be raised togetlur, these memorable words-" I saw the holy When taken up they follow'd in His train Where e'er he goes they go at His command, city, New Jerusalem, coming down from mysteries, and highly symbolical and fig- and at the, arne.
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Hilary says that though in the first book he has already set out the Arian manifesto, yet he thinks good, as he is still dealing with it, to repeat it in this sixth.
Hilary seems to have overlooked the discrepancy, which some officious scribe has half corrected. The seventh book, he says at .CHAPTER IV.: from constantine to charlemagne. Having in the last chapter given a brief, but I trust not altogether indistinct, account of the causes that ensured the triumph of Christianity in Rome, and of the character of the opposition it overcame, I proceed to examine the nature of the moral ideal the new religion introduced, and also the methods by which it attempted to realise it.NLT Matthew He went into the house of God, and they broke the law by eating the sacred loaves of bread that only the priests are allowed to eat.
KJV Matthew How he entered into the house of God, and did eat the shewbread, which was not lawful for him to eat, neither for them which were with him, but only for the priests?