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" Being has this peculiar property; that, as it admits of no substitute, so, from the first moment it is formed, it is capable of continual growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable; but our conception of his character is continually receiving fresh... "
The Monthly Review - Страница 183
1800
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Sermons on Various Subjects, (now First Collected): To which is Added, a ...

Robert Hall - 1814 - 304 страници
...; yet some benefit will not fail to result from them even in their lowest degree. , The idea of the Supreme Being has this peculiar property ; that, as...refulgent, by having transferred upon it new perceptions of beaaty and goodness ; by attracting to itself, as a centre, whatever bears the impress of dignity,...

The American Quarterly Register ..., Томове 3–4

1831
...of historians and poets, awakens in distant bosoms the sparks of kindred excellence.— Robert Hail, it is impressed, it is capable of continual growth...extended and refulgent, by having transferred upon h new perceptions of beauty and goodness ; by attracting to itself, as a centre, whatever bears the...

The American Quarterly Register, Том 4

1832
...poets, awakens in distant bosoms the sparks of kindred excellence.— Robert Hall. The Supreme Being. The idea of a Supreme Being has this peculiar property,...growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable; bat our conception of his character is continually receiving fresh accessions, is continually growing...

The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall, A. M.

Robert Hall, John Foster - 1832
...recur ; yet some benefit will not fail to result from them even in their lowest degree. The idea of the Supreme Being has this peculiar property : that, as...of no substitute, so, from the first moment it is formed, it is capable of continual growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable ; but our conception...

Sermons, charges, and circular letters

Robert Hall - 1832
...recur ; yet some benefit will not fail to result from them even in their lowest degree. The idea of the Supreme Being has this peculiar property ; that, as...of no substitute, so, from the first moment it is formed, it is capable of continual growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable ; but our conception...

Works of the Rev. Robert Hall ...: With a Brief Memoir and a Sketch ..., Том 1

Robert Hall - 1832
...recur ; yet some benefit will not fail to result from them even in then: lowest degree. The idea of the Supreme Being has this peculiar property ; that, as...of no substitute, so, from the first moment it is formed, it is capable of continual growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable ; but our conception...

The American Quarterly Observer, Том 3

1834
...soul. " It has this peculiar property," says our author, " that, as it admits of no substitute, so it is capable of continual growth and enlargement....more extended and refulgent, by having transferred to it new elements of beauty and goodness ; by attracting to itself as a centre whatever bears the...

A Sermon on Modern Infidelity: With Respect to Its Influence on Society

Robert Hall - 1833 - 72 страници
...recur ; yet some benefit will not fail to result from them even in their lowest degree. The idea of the Supreme Being has this peculiar property: that, as...of no substitute, so, from the first moment it is formed, it is capable of continual growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable; but our conception...

The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall, A.M.

Robert Hall, Olinthus Gregory, John Foster - 1833
...recur; yet some benefit will not fail to result from them even in their lowest degree. The idea of the Supreme Being has this peculiar property: that, as...of no substitute, so, from the first moment it is formed, it is capable of continual growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable ; but our conception...

The works of Robert Hall. With a brief memoir of his life, by dr. Gregory ...

Robert Hall - 1834
...recur ; yet some benefit will not fail to result from them even in their lowest degree. The idea of the Supreme Being has this peculiar property ; that, as...of no substitute, so, from the first moment it is formed, it is capable of continual growth and enlargement. God himself is immutable ; but our conception...




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