An Essay on the Human Character of Jesus Christ

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William Pelham, 1807 - 120 pages

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Page 24 - Uic fashion of those times, and a piercing, hazel, yet unassuming eye, would have rendered him altogether attracting.had not a high and gently retreating forehead of the most perfect symmetry, restrained familiarity And impressed the beholder with an emotion of respect. It was impossible to behold him, though he appeared under every disadvantage, aim 'st suspicious, without being perplexed and dubious of the man.
Page 69 - O Jerusalem, Jerusalem . . . how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not.
Page 98 - These dresses are worn in winter to keep out the cold ; in summer to keep out the heat...
Page 96 - If he was an enthusiast, where, were his passions ? If he was a hero, where was his sword...
Page 25 - ... all those qualities of mind which are considered the attributes of command, and insure a superior standing among men, but he was still more noted for the milder virtues. These, though less splendid...

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