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" 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, (or... "
The Christian Citizen: The Obligations of the Christian Citizen; with a ... - Page 98
by Ansel Doane Eddy - 1843 - 164 pages
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the city of god and the churck makers

r. abbey. - 1872
...extent, or amounted to anything, there is not the slightest evidence. 305. " 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 Church (or congregation...
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Proceedings of the ... General Council, Volume 2

Alliance of Reformed Churches Throughout the World Holding the Presbyterian System - Presbyterian Church - 1880
...Delineated ; " edition of Carter & Brothers, New York, 1864, p. 29.) " 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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Report of proceedings [afterw.] Minutes and proceedings [afterw ...

World alliance of reformed Churches - 1880
...Delineated ; " edition of Carter & Brothers, New York, 1864, p. 29.) " 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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The New Englander, Volume 4

Criticism - 1846
...that many portions of them did not wholly originnto with the Apostles. It appears highly probable, — I might say, morally certain, — that wherever a...synagogue existed, that was brought, — the whole, or the chief part of it, — to embrace the gospel, tbe apostles did not, there, so much form aChristian...
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Instrumental Music in the Public Worship of the Church

John Lafayette Girardeau - Music in churches - 1888 - 208 pages
...that many portions of them did not wholly originate with the apostles. It appears highly probable — I might say, morally certain — that, wherever a...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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Complete Works of Rev. Thomas Smyth, D. D.

Thomas Smyth - Presbyterian Church - 1908
...synagogue,) and it had power to admit proselytes.'3 'It appears highly probable,' adds this writer, '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, Euchar. 8 24, p. 256. Saravia on 3) Acts 20:17, 28; Titus...
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50 Years Among the Baptists

David Benedict - Religion - 2001 - 448 pages
...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 & Christian...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 41

Unitarianism - 1846
...pp. 34, 35. guished prelate, Archbishop Whately, who remarks: — "It appears highly probable, — I might say, morally certain, — that wherever a...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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