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" in these regards. He was trained originally as a beneficiary student for the ministry in the Scottish Presbyterian Church. But he " had by his own studies and reflections been early led to reject not only the belief in Revelation, but the foundations... "
Scribners Monthly - Page 569
1874
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Strivings for the Faith: A Series of Lectures, Delivered in the New Hall of ...

Christian Evidence Society - Apologetics - 1874 - 287 pages
...in the ordinary acceptation of the term. My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...led to reject not only the belief in Revelation, but also the foundations of what is commonly called Natural Religion Finding no halting place in Deism,...
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Strivings for the faith: a ser. of lects. delivered under the auspices of ...

Strivings - 1874
...in the ordinary acceptation of the term. My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...led to reject not only the belief in Revelation, but also the foundations of what is commonly called Natural Religion Finding no halting place in Deism,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 136

English literature - 1874
...the Scottish church ministry, with all which that, also, implies, he had early in life rejected, ' not only the belief in revelation, but the foundations of what is commonly called Natural Religion.' But the ' dominant chords ' had been too strongly struck ; the iron had entered into his soul. It was...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 136

English literature - 1874
...the Scottish church ministry,; witli all which that, also, implies, he had early in life rejected, not only the belief in revelation, but the foundations of" what is commonly called Natural Religion.' But the ' dominant chords ' b.icl been too strongly struck ; the iron had entered into his soul.. It...
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Contributions to Natural History and Papers on Other Subjects

James Simson - American literature - 1875 - 182 pages
...in the ordinary acceptation of the term. My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...foundations of what is commonly called Natural Religion " (p. 38). There is so much in the Autobiography that is so illy arranged, and so loosely and illogically...
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Strivings for the Faith: A Series of Lectures, Delivered in the New Hall of ...

Christian Evidence Society - Apologetics - 1875 - 287 pages
...in the ordinary acceptation of the term. My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...led to reject not only the belief in Revelation, but also the foundations of what is commonly called Natural Religion Finding no halting place in Deism,...
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Contributions to Natural History and Papers on Other Subjects

James Simson - Natural history - 1878 - 210 pages
...the ordinary acceptation .of the term. My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...foundations of what is commonly called Natural Religion " (p. 38). There is so much in the Autobiography that is so illy arranged, and so loosely and illogically...
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Christian evidence lectures

Christian evidence society - 1879
...in the ordinary acceptation of the term. My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...led to reject not only the belief in Revelation, but also the foundations of what is commonly called Natural Religion Finding no halting place in Deism,...
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The National Quarterly Review

Edward Isidore Sears, David Allyn Gorton, Charles H. Woodman - Periodicals - 1880
...President Porter. Says the Autobioyrajrfiy : " My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...reject not only the belief in revelation, but the foundation of what is commonly called Natural Religion. * * * j-Je considered Butler's argument as...
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Christian evidence lectures

Christian evidence society - 1880
...in the ordinary acceptation of the term. My father, educated in the creed of Scotch Presbyterianism, had by his own studies and reflections been early...led to reject not only the belief in Revelation, but also the foundations of what is commonly -called Natural Religion Finding no halting place in Deism,...
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