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" They who contend, that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in them, must suppose, that the legislature expected the consent of ten thousand men, and... "
The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th] - Page 528
1809
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Essays on the Principles of Morality: And on the Private and Political ...

Jonathan Dymond - 1845 - 590 pages
...contend that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...incurable diversity of human opinion upon all subjects shori of demonstration."t Now it appears that the Legislature of Elizabeth actually did require uniformity...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 88

1848 - 594 pages
...to be subscribed ? Paley and other casuists treat the supposition that any legislature can ever have expected the consent of ten thousand men, and that...one controverted proposition, but to many hundreds, as difficult to conceive. His conceit for extricating us from the dilemma, by informing us that a subscriber...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 88

1848 - 662 pages
...to be subscribed ? Paley and other casuists treat the supposition that any legislature can ever have expected the consent of ten thousand men, and that...succession, not to one controverted proposition, but to many hundred?, as difficult to conceive. His conceit for extricating us from the dilemma, by informing us...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 22

1848 - 614 pages
...separate proposition contained in them, must suppose that tlit; legislature expected the consent ot ten thousand men, and that in perpetual succession, not to one controverted proposition, but to many hundreds.1' — Fairy' г Moral PkilusupJiy. Preposterous as such an expectation truly is, it is precisely...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 22

1848 - 612 pages
...nothing: less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, tliun the actual belief of each ami every separate proposition contained in them, must...suppose that the legislature, expected the consent ot ten thousand men. and that in perpetual suecessioru nut to one controverted proposition, but to...
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The works of William Paley, D.D. To which is prefixed, the life of the author

William Paley - 1851 - 766 pages
...contend, that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, than the actual belief lo attain it : Under these circumstances, is it improbable...him with it ? • Now in what way can a revelation If the authors of the law did not intend this, what did they intend ? They intended to exclude from...
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An analysis of Paley's Moral and political philosophy, with examination ...

Thomas Coward - 1851 - 198 pages
...contend, that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, than the belief of every proposition contained in them, must suppose that the...legislature expected the consent of ten thousand men, in perpetual succession, not to one controverted proposition, but to many hundreds. It is difficult...
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The Moral Philosophy of Paley

Alexander Bain - 1852 - 304 pages
...contend that nothing less can justify subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles than the actual belief of each and every separate proposition contained in...consent of ten thousand men, and that in perpetual succession—not to one controverted proposition, but to many hundreds. It is difficult to conceive...
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Origin and developments of Anglicanism; or, A history of the liturgies [&c ...

William Waterworth - 1854 - 446 pages
...Disquisition," p. 168. j 2 Maizeaux's Life of Chillingworth, p. 168. 3 Life of Bentham, apud Penny Encyc. the legislature expected the consent of ten thousand...any who observed the incurable diversity of human opinions upon all subjects, short of demonstration." 4 Archdeacon Balguy says, " The Articles, we will...
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Origin and Developments of Anglicanism: Or, a History of the Liturgies ...

William Waterworth - 1854 - 440 pages
...Disquisition," p. 168. ', 1 Maizeaux's Life of Chillingworth, p. 168. 3 Life of Bentham, apud Penny JSncyc. the legislature expected the consent of ten thousand...any who observed the incurable diversity of human opinions upon all subjects, short of demonstration." 4 Archdeacon Balguy says, " The Articles, we will...
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