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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 35

1810
...different from hii own. " If," fays he," it were, on any ground, fafe to indulge a hope that the fuffering of the wicked may have an end, it would be upon the...examples of learning and piety which our own times have feen, — that the aftual endurance of punifhment in the next life will produce effects to which the...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 35

English literature - 1810
...different from hi< Own. " If," ftys he," it were, on any ground, fafe to indulge a hope that the fuffering of the wicked may have an end, it would be upon the...examples of learning and piety which our own times have feen, — that the actual endurance of punithment in the next life will produce effefts to which the...
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Sermons, Volumes 1-2

Samuel Horsley - Sermons, English - 1811 - 604 pages
...ground, it were safe to indulge a hope thai the suffering of the wicked mny hnve an end. it woulrl be Upon the principle adopted by the great Origen,...in the next life will produce effects to which the appreliension of it in this had been insufficient, and end, after a long course of ages, in the reformation...
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Sermons, Volumes 1-2

Samuel Horsley - Sermons - 1811
...of time or place, within which the good providence of God hath confined its power of doing mischief. If, on any ground, it were safe to indulge a hope that the suffering of the \virked may have an end, it would be upon the principle adopted by the great Origen, and by other eminent...
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Sermons, Volume 1

Samuel Horsley - Sermons, English - 1812 - 398 pages
...of time or place, within which the good providence of God hath confined its power of doing mischief. If, on any ground, it were safe to indulge a hope...produce effects to which the apprehension of it in this bad been insufficient; and end, after a long course of ages, in the reformation of the worst characters....
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A Comprehensive View of the Leading and Most Important Principles of Natural ...

Samuel Stanhope Smith - Natural theology - 1815 - 543 pages
...assistances of future hopes and fears, had been unable to effect. The great and learned Origen believed that the actual endurance of punishment in the next life, will produce moral effects to which the apprehensions of it only in the present state, had been insufficient, and...
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Sermons [ed. by H. Horsley].

Samuel Horsley (bp. of St. Asaph.) - 1816
...time or place, within which the good providence of God hath confined its power of doing mischief. • If, on any ground, it were safe to indulge a hope...Origen, and by other eminent examples of learning and s VJ piety which our own times have seen, — that the actual endurance of punishment in the- next...
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The Religious World Displayed: Or, a View of the Four Grand ..., Volume 2

Robert Adam - Religions - 1823
...punishment ; but they contend that it will be corrective in its nature, and limited in its duration. That the actual endurance of punishment in the next...of it in this had been insufficient, and end, after an indefinite period, in the reformation of the worst characters. They maintain that the scheme of...
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Sermons

Samuel Horsley - 1827 - 561 pages
...of time or place, within which the good providence of God hath confined its power of doing mischief. If, on any ground, it were safe to indulge a hope...examples of learning and piety which our own times have seen,—that the actual endurance of pu•"* nishment in the next life will produce effects to which...
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The Remains of the Rev. Charles Wharton, D.D.: With a Memoir of ..., Volume 1

Charles Henry Wharton, George Washington Doane - 1834
...of time or place, within which the good providence of God has confined its power of doing mischief. If, on any ground, it were safe to indulge a hope, that the sufferings of the wicked may have an end, it would be upon the principle adopted by some few of the...
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