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" ... in this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard > to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the distinguishing character of the present age... "
Evangelicals in the Church of England 1734-1984 - Страница 5
по Kenneth Hylson-Smith - 1989 - 411 страници
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The Works of Thomas Secker, LL.D.: Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Том 5

Thomas Secker - 1825
...we feel ourselves ; and therefore mistakes are easily made, in comparing one age with another : yet in this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the distinguishing character of the present...

The Christian Student: Designed to Assist Christians in General in Acquiring ...

Edward Bickersteth - 1829 - 635 страници
...his first charge, in 1738, after allowing the proneness of men to complain of their times, says, ' In this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the distinguishing character of the present...

Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism: A Brief Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and ...

Thomas Jackson - 1839 - 240 страници
...one age with another ; yet in this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard > to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the distinguishing character of the present age ; that this evil is grown to a great height in the metropolis of the nation ; is daily...

The Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism: A Brief Sketch of the Rise, Progress ...

Thomas Jackson - 1839 - 176 страници
...we feel ourselves ; and therefore mistakes are easily made in comparing one age with another : yet in this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the distinguishing character of the present...

The Church of England Quarterly Review, Том 9

1840
...of the world." Two years later, Archbishop Seeker writes: — " An open and professed disregard to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the distinguishing character of the present age. This evil is grown to a great height in the metropolis of the nation ; is daily spreading...

The Church of England Magazine, Том 8

1840
...happiest effects»." What was the fearful character of those times? The archbishop himself tells us. " In this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy cause«, the distinguishing character of the present...

The Methodist Quarterly Review

1858
...which we feel ourselves, and therefore mistakes are easily made in comparing one age with another, yet in this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard to religion is become the distinguishing character of the present age.' Biahop Gibson, in 1741, complained...

Memoirs and Correspondence from 1734 to 1773, Том 1

George Lyttelton Baron Lyttelton - 1845 - 816 страници
...we feel ourselves ; and therefore mistakes are easily made, in comparing one age with another : yet in this we cannot be mistaken, that an open and professed disregard to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the 1747. distinguishing character of the...

The Christian Treasury, Том 1

1846
...this we cannot be mistaken," says Archbishop Seeker, in 1738, "that an open and professed disregard to C C DP7 3P present age; that this evil is grown to a great height in the metropolis of the nation— is daily...

The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

1846
...society in the present day. " In 1738, Archbishop Seeker writes : ' An open and professed disregard to religion is become, through a variety of unhappy causes, the distinguishing character of the present age. This evil is grown to a great height in the metropolis of the nation ; is daily spreading...




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