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" I believe that there is no ill in the universe, nor any such thing as virtue absolutely considered ; that those things vulgarly called sins, are only errors in the judgment, and foils to set off the beauty of nature, or patches to adorn her face, that... "
A serious enquiry into the nature and effects of the stage. Ecclesiastical ... - Страница 170
по John Witherspoon, William Shenstone - 1765
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW OR LITERARY JOURNAL VOL.XI

SEVERAL HANDS - 1754
...that certain perfons, in a very eminent Ration, are nothing elfe but a huge collection of necefiary agents, who can do nothing at all. ' I believe that...abfolutely confidered ; that thofe things vulgarly called Jins, are only errors in the judgment, and Toils to fet oft" the beauty of nature, or patches to adorn...

The Works of the Rev. John Witherspoon...: To which is Prefixed an ..., Том 3

John Witherspoon, John Rodgers - 1802
...that certain perlbns in a very eminent ftation, are nothing elfe but a huge colle&ion of neceflary agents, who can do nothing at all. I believe that...adorn her face ; that the whole race of intelligent be* Apis, a tragedy, was publifhed in the year 1758. VOL. III. G E ings, even the devils themfelves...

Reflections on the four principal religions, which have obtained in the ...

David Williamson - 1824
...that certain persons, in very eminent stations, are nothing else but a huge collection of necessary agents, who can do nothing at all. " I believe that there is no ill in the universe, nor any such thing as virtue, absolutely considered ; that those things vulgarly called sins,...

Reflections on the Four Principal Religions which Have Obtained in ..., Том 1

David Williamson - 1824
...that certain persons, in very eminent stations, are nothing else but a huge collection of necessary agents, who can do nothing at all. " I believe that there is no ill in the universe, nor any such thing as virtue, absolutely considered; that those things vulgarly called sins,...

John Witherspoon

David Walker Woods - 1906 - 291 страници
...that certain persons in a very eminent station are nothing else but a huge collection of necessary agents, who can do nothing at all. " I believe that there is no ill in the universe, nor any such thing as virtue absolutely considered ; that those things vulgarly called sins...

Princeton Theological Review, Том 11

1913
...that certain persons in a very eminent station, are nothing else but a huge collection of necessary agents, who can do nothing at all." "I believe that there is no ill in the universe, nor any such thing as virtue absolutely considered ; that those things vulgarly called sins,...




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