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" I was utterly ashamed. How have I esteemed this book, only because I heard it so commended by others ; or, at best, because I had read some excellent sentences occasionally quoted from it ! But what shall I say, now I judge for myself, now I see with... "
Grace in Galatia: A Commentary on St. Paul's Letter to the Galatians - v. oldal
szerző: Ben Witherington - 1998 - 477 oldal
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The journal of the rev. John Wesley, 1. kötet

John Wesley - 1827
...have I esteemed this book, only because I heard it so commended by others ! Or, at best, because I had read some excellent sentences occasionally quoted...out, clears up not one considerable difficulty ; that lie is quite shallow in his remarks on many passages, and muddy and confused almost on all ; but that...

The Christian Library: A Weekly Republication of Popular Religious ..., 3. kötet

1835
...esteemed this book, only because I had heard it so commended by others ! or, at best, because I had read some excellent sentences, occasionally quoted...now I judge for myself} now I see with my own eyes 1 Why, not only that the author makes nothing out, clears up not one considerable difficulty ; that...

The Life of the Rev. John Wesley ... Founder of the Methodist Societies

Richard Watson - 1840 - 323 oldal
...esteemed this book, only because I had heard it so commended by others ! or, at best, because I had read some excellent sentences, occasionally quoted...now I judge for myself? now I see with my own eyes 1 Why, not only that the author makes nothing out, clears up not one considerable difficulty ; that...

The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A.M.

John Wesley - 1840
...esteemed this book, only because I heard it so commended by others ; or, at best, because I had read .orno excellent sentences occasionally quoted from it ! But what shall I say, now I judge for myself? Now 1 see with my own eyes 1 Why, not only that the author makes nothing out, clears up not one considerable...

Principles of Protestantism, considered with a view to unity. By the author ...

E. S. A. - 1848 - 144 oldal
...esteemed this book, only because I had heard it so commended by others ! or, at best, because I had read some excellent sentences occasionally quoted...judge for myself? now, I see with my own eyes ? Why, that the author makes nothing out, clears up not one considerable difficulty, is quite shallow in his...

Journal

John Wesley - 1856
...have I esteemed this book, only because I heard it so commended by others ; or, at best, because I had read some excellent sentences occasionally quoted...But what shall I say, now I judge for myself? Now 1 see with my own eyes ? Why, not only that the author makes nothing out, clears up not one considerable...

John Wesley and Modern Wesleyanism

Frederick Hockin - 1876 - 86 oldal
...have I esteemed this book only because I heard it so commended by others, or at best because I had read some excellent sentences occasionally quoted...from it. But what shall I say now I judge for myself ? Why, not only that the author makes nothing out — clears up not one considerable difficulty —...

American Journal of Theology, 7. kötet

1903
...have I esteemed this book, only because I heard it so commended by others, or at best, because I had read some excellent sentences occasionally quoted...his remarks on many passages, and muddy and confused on almost all ; but that he is deeply tinctured with mysticism throughout, and hence often dangerously...

Christian Freedom: The Baird Lecture for 1913

William Malcolm Macgregor - 1914 - 428 oldal
...their judgments of Luther on Galatians. Charles found it " nobly full of faith," whilst John complains that " the author makes nothing out, clears up not...remarks on many passages, and muddy and confused almost in all ". Johannes Weiss * has exhibited the diversity of meaning in the Stoics' use of the word, and...

John Wesley

John Wesley - 1964 - 516 oldal
...have I esteemed this book only because I heard it so commended bv others, or at best, because I had read some excellent sentences occasionally quoted...his remarks on many passages, and muddy and confused ahnost on all — but that he is deeply tinctured with mysticism throughout, and hence often dangerously...
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