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" Future greater than itself, the other by insisting on the gradual, partial, imperfect character of the Revelations that had preceded it. It is true also that the rigid acceptance of every part of the Old Testament, as of equal authority, equal value,... "
The Dublin Review - Page 519
1863
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The Sunday at Home: A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading, Volume 11

1864
...acceptance of every part of the Old Testament (by which I mean the genuine text of the Old Testament) as of equal accuracy is rendered impossible by every advance...acquaintance with Eastern customs and primeval history. And thus a vague and uneasy suspicion is created in the mind, that when science makes further progress,...
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Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church, Part 1

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - Judaism - 1863
...the gradual, partial, imperfect character of the Revelations that had preceded it. It is true also that the rigid acceptance of every part of the Old...that by almost every one of these advances the beauty and the grandeur of the substance and spirit of its different parts are enhanced to a degree far transcending...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 22

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1863
...and not of the teacher. Dr. Stanley further indicates his position by the remark (Preface p. xvi.) that " the rigid acceptance of every part of the Old...that by almost every one of these advances the beauty and the grandeur of the substance and spirit of its different parts are enhanced to a degree far transcending...
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The baptist Magazine

1863
...the gradual, partial, imperfect character of the revelations that had preceded it. It is true also that the rigid acceptance of every part of the Old...in Biblical science, and by every increase of our acquaintanco with Eastern customs and primeval history. But it is no less true that Ъу almost every...
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A discussion among upwards of 250 theological inquirers ... on the unity ...

Ranley - 1864
...learning'. It is said by Dr. Stanley, that the acceptance of every part of the Old testament ' as of equal accuracy, is rendered impossible by every advance...acquaintance with Eastern customs and primeval history'. Ought Dr. Stanley to be installed in the Seat once filled by bishop Andrews ?" VV. WYCHEHLEY, ESQ....
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evangelical christendom: a montly chronicle of the churches

Members of the Evangelical Alliance - 1864
...every part of the Old Testament (by which I mean the genuine text of the Old Testament) as of ccjual accuracy is rendered impossible by every advance made...acquaintance with Eastern customs and primeval history. And thus a vague and uneasy suspicion is created in the mind, that when science makesfurthcrprogrcss,...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 38

Henry Allon - Christianity - 1863
...Stanley maintains that 'it is not inspired in such a sense as ' to preclude human imperfection,' and that ' the rigid acceptance ' of every part of the...impossible by every ' advance made in Biblical science.' There is latitude enough here even for the introduction of Colenso's hypotheses. We do not for a moment...
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Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church: Abraham to Samuel

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - Jews - 1874
...on the gradual, partial, imperfect character of the Revelations that had preceded it It is true also that the rigid acceptance of every part of the Old...accuracy, is rendered impossible by every advance made in liil>lical science, and by every increase of our acquaint nun with Eastern customs and primeval history....
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The New Englander

Criticism - 1877
...Book, but of an inspired People' . . . ' that the acceptance of every part of the Old Testament as of equal accuracy is rendered impossible by every advance...acquaintance with eastern customs and primeval history.' ... In another place Dr. Stanley apologizes for Deborah the Prophetess, as ' enlightened only with...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 36

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1877
...Book, but of an inspired People ' . . . ' that the acceptance of every part of the Old Testament as of equal accuracy is rendered impossible by every advance made in Biblical science, and bv every increase of our acquaintance with eastern customs and primeval history.' ... In another place...
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