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" There is no philosophy in my religion. I am of a very small and despised sect of Christians, known, if known at all, as Sandemanians, and our hope is founded on the faith that is in Christ. But though the natural works of God can never by any possibility... "
Croonian Lectures on Matter & Force ... - Pągina 1
per Bence Jones - 1868 - 223 pągines
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Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland ..., Volum 5

Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne - 1877
...was scarcely less remarkable than his rare scientific abilities, the late Professor Faraday. He says, "But though the natural works of God can never by...possibility come in contradiction with the higher things that belong to our future existence, and must with everything concerning Him ever glorify Him, still...
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Good words, ed. by N. Macleod

Norman Macleod - 1871
...known, i * ^own at all, as Sandemanians, and our , «>pe is founded on the faith that is in Christ. Cat though the natural works of God can never by any possibility come in contradiction *ith the higher things that belong to our future existence, and must with everything concerning Him...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volum 17

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1869
...Christians, known, if known at all, as Sandemanians, and our hope is founded on the faith that is in Christ. But though the natural works of God can never by any...which belong to our future existence, and must with every thing concerning him ever glorify him, still I do not think it at all necessary to tie the study...
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The Life and Letters of Faraday, Volum 2

Bence Jones - 1870
...Christians, known, if known at all, as Sandemanians, and our hope is founded on the faith that is in Christ. But though the natural works of God can never by any possibility come in contradiction 1844. JET. 53. 1844. with the higher things that belong to our future existence, and must with everything...
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Golden Lives: Biographies for the Day

H. A. Page - 1873 - 414 pągines
...Christians, known, if known at all, as Sandemanians, and our hope is founded on the faith that is in Christ. But though the natural works of God can never by any...possibility come in contradiction with the higher things that belong to our future existence, and must with everything concerning Him ever glorify Him, still...
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Golden lives, biographies, by H.A. Page

Alexander Hay Japp - 1873
...Christians, known, if known at all, as Sandemanians, and our hope is founded on the faith that is in Christ. But though the natural works of God can never by any...possibility come in contradiction with the higher things that belong to our future existence, and must with everything concerning Him ever glorify Him, still...
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The permanence of Christianity, lectures preached before the University of ...

John Richard T. Eaton - 1873
...great physical laws by which our universe is governed." "The natural works of God," wrote Faraday, 3 "can never by any possibility come in contradiction...higher things which belong to our future existence ... I do not think it at all necessary to tie the study of the Natural Sciences and Religion together."...
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Sunday Afternoon, Volum 3

1879
...religion is a revelation. The natural man cannot know it. . . There is no philosophy in my religion! . . . But though the natural works of God can never by any...possibility come in contradiction with the higher things that belong to our future existence, and must with everything concerning Him ever glorify Him, still...
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Worthies of Science

John Stoughton - 1879 - 342 pągines
...Christians, known, if known at all, as Sandemanians, and our hope is founded on tho faith that is in Christ. But though the natural works of God can never by any...possibility come in contradiction with the higher things that belong to oar future existence, and must with everything concerning Him ever glorify Him, still...
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The Permanence of Christianity: Considered in Eight Lectures Preached Before ...

John Richard Turner Eaton - 1879 - 387 pągines
...great physical laws by which our universe is governed." "The natural works of God," wrote Faraday,3 "can never by any possibility come in contradiction...higher things which belong to our future existence ... I do not think it at all necessary to tie the study of the Natural Sciences and Religion together."...
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