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" If God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why should we be afraid of attributing to him what he attributes to himself, so long as what is imperfection and weakness, when viewed in reference to ourselves, be considered as most complete... "
The United States Literary Gazette - Сторінка 323
1826
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Том 4

1826
...(unless the same words have |Ufferont significations here and in chap. v. 3.) and if God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...complete and excellent whenever it is imputed to God. In arguing thus, we do not say that God is in fashion like unto man in all his parts and members; but...
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The North American Review, Том 22

1826
...likeness, and that too not only as to his soul, but also as to his outward form, and if God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...complete and excellent, whenever it is imputed to God.' Vol. i. pp. 22, 23. There can be no doubt that when the attributes of God are represented by the aid...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1825
...likeness, after his image ;) and if God habitually assign to himself the members and form of iii.ui, why should we be afraid of attributing to him what...imputed to God ? Questionless the glory and majesty ol the Deity must have been so dear to him, that he would never say anything of himself which could...
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The Christian Examiner, Том 3

1826
...to conceive of the Supreme Being under the forms and affections of human nature. ' If God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...complete and excellent whenever it is imputed to God.' Vol. I. p. 23. Milton is not the first Christian, who has thought to render the Supreme Being more...
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The North American Review

1826
...likeness, and that too not only as to his soul, but also as to his outward form, and if God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...complete and excellent, whenever it is imputed to God.' Vol. i. pp. 22, 23. There can be no doubt that when the attributes of God are represented by the aid...
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The Christian Spectator, Том 8

1826
...and in chap. v. 5. ' Adam begat a son in his own likeness, after his image,') and if God habitually assign to himself, the members and form of man, why...him what he attributes to himself, so long as what i« imperfection and weakness, when viewed in reference to ourselves, be considered as most complete...
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American Tracts

1827
...to conceive of the Supreme Being under the forms and affections of human nature. ' If God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...when viewed in reference to ourselves, be considered us most complete and excellent whenever it is imputed to God.' — Vol. I. p. 23. Milton is not the...
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Pamphleteer: Dedicated to Both Houses of Parliament, to be Continued ..., Том 29

Abraham John Valpy - 1828
...conceive of the Supreme Being under the forms and affections of human nature. « If God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...complete and excellent whenever it is imputed to God.' — Vol. ip 23. Milton is not the first Christian who has thought to render the Supreme Being more...
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Remarks on the Character and Writings of John Milton: Occasioned by the ...

William Ellery Channing - 1828 - 48 стор.
...to conceive of the Supreme Being under the forms and affections of human nature. ' If God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...complete and excellent whenever it is imputed to God.' — Vol. I. p. 23. Milton is not the first Christian, who has thought to render the Supreme Being more...
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Remarks on the Character and Writings of John Milton: Occasioned by the ...

William Ellery Channing - 1828 - 116 стор.
...to conceive of the Supreme Being under the forms and affections of human nature. ' If God habitually assign to himself the members and form of man, why...complete and excellent whenever it is imputed to God ?' Vol. I. p. 23. Milton is not the first Christian, who has thought to render the Supreme Being more...
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