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The Christian Citizen: The Obligations of the Christian Citizen; with a ... - Page 98
by Ansel Doane Eddy - 1843 - 164 pages
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Memorials of Early Christianity

James Goodeve Miall - Church history - 1853 - 374 pages
...Christians, though they had not ceased, as to exterior forms, to be Jews. " It appears highly probable, — I might say morally certain, — that wherever a Jewish...synagogue existed that was brought — the whole or chief part of it — to embrace the gospel, the apostles did not there so much form a Christian church...
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An Inquiry Into the Organization and Government of the Apostolic Church ...

Albert Barnes - Church history - 1855 - 252 pages
...they must commend themselves to every one as founded in truth : — " It appears highly probable — I might say morally certain — that wherever a Jewish...synagogue existed that was brought — the whole or the chief part of it — to embrace the gospel, the apostles did not there so much form a Christian...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Volumes 3-4

1857
...this question. I concur in the opinion of Archbishop Whattly, who says that " it U highly probable — I might say morally certain — that wherever a Jewish synagogue existed that was brought, the whole or the chief part of it, to embrace the Gospel, the Apostles did not there ao much form a Christian church,...
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The Kingdom of Christ Delineated, in Two Essays on Our Lord's Own Account of ...

Richard Whately - Christianity - 1859 - 93 pages
...many portions of them did not wholly originate with the Apostles. It appears highly probable — 1 might say morally certain* — that wherever a Jewish...Synagogue existed that was brought, — the whole or the chief part of it, — to embrace the Gospel, the Apostles did not, there, so much form a Christian...
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Fifty years among the Baptists

David Benedict - 1860
...that many portions of them did not wholly originate with the apostles. It appears highly probable, I might say morally certain, that wherever a Jewish...synagogue existed, that was brought — the whole, or the chief part of it — to embrace the gospel, the apostles did not, there, so much form a Christian...
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FIFTY YEARS AMONG THE BAPTISTS

DAVID BENEDICT - 1860
...that many portions of them did not wholly originate "with the apostles. It appears highly probable, I might say morally certain, that wherever a Jewish synagogue existed, that was brought—the whole, or the chief part .of it—to embrace the gospel, the apostles did not, there,...
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1884
...many portions of them did not wholly originate with the Apostles. It appears highly probable — 1 might say morally certain* — that wherever a Jewish...Synagogue existed that was brought, — the whole or the chief part of it, — to embrace the Gospel, the Apostles did not, there, so much form a Christian...
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Conversations on Church establishments

John Guthrie - 1868
...which was moral, into the Christian Church." Archbishop Whateley says : "It appears highly probable, I might say morally certain, that wherever a Jewish...Synagogue existed that was brought — the whole or the chief part of it — to embrace the Gospel, the Apostles did not, there, so much form a Christian...
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Jenny Geddes Or Presbyterianism And Its Great Conflict With Despotism

Rev. W.P. Breed - 1869
...Archbishop Whately, a distinguished and learned prelate of the Church of England, "It appears probable — I might say, morally certain — that wherever a Jewish synagogue existed that was brought, the whole or the chief part of it, to embrace the gospel, the apostles did not there so much form a Christian church...
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The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Volume 19

Bible - 1847
...in the words of an eminent living dignitary of the Anglican church. " It appears highly probable — I might say morally certain — that wherever a Jewish Synagogue existed that was brought, the whole or the chief part of it, to embrace the gospel, the Apostles did not there so much form a Christian church...
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