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" Universalists believe in a god which I do not ; but believe that their god, with all his moral attributes, (aside from nature itself,) is nothing more than a chimera of their own imagination. "
Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial ... - Página 224
por Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1864
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A Speech Delivered Before the Municipal Court of the City of Boston in ...

Andrew Dunlap - 1834 - 132 páginas
...offence, if there be any, consists in denying God. Now what are the words ? They are as follows : " Universalists believe in a god which I do not ; but believe that their god, with his moral attributes, (aside from nature itself) is nothing but a chimera of their own imagination."...
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A Speech Delivered Before the Municipal Court of the City of Boston, in ...

Andrew Dunlap - 1834 - 132 páginas
...real meaning of the defendant, when the next clause of the sentence is considered. The words are " Universalists believe in a God which I do not ; but believe that their God" This clearly shows, that the words " a God," and the words " their God" are used in the same limited...
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An Introduction to the Defence of Abner Kneeland, Charged with Blasphemy ...

Abner Kneeland - 1834 - 43 páginas
...Universalists, and no more. Let us take a glance at the punctuation of this sentence. The words are " Universalists believe in a god which I do not ; but believe that tfteir god," &tc. There is no point after the word " God" in the first clause. The point is after the...
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Report of the Arguments of the Attorney of the Commonwealth, at the Trials ...

Abner Kneeland, Samuel Dunn Parker - 1834 - 93 páginas
...Universalists, and no more. Let us take a glance at the punctuation of this sentence. The words are " Universalists believe in a god which I do not ; but believe that tJieir god," 8tc. There is no point after the word " God" in the first clause. The point is after the...
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The Works of Charles Follen: The life of Charles Follen, signed E. L. F. [i ...

Charles Follen - 1842
...Investigator," his disbelief in the existence of God, in the following words : " Universalists beliere in a God which I do not; but believe that their God,...nothing more than a chimera of their own imagination." Your petitioners have learned, by an examination of the record and documents in the case, made by one...
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The Works of Charles Follen: With a Memoir of His Life, Volumen1

Charles Follen - 1841 - 368 páginas
...words : " Universalists believe in a God which I do not ; bat believe that their God, with all Ills moral attributes, (aside from nature itself,) is nothing more than a chimera of their own imagination." Your petitioners hare learned, by an examination of the record and documents in the case, made by one...
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The Works of Charles Follen: The life of Charles Follen, signed E. L. F. [i ...

Charles Follen - 1842
...called " The Boston Investigator," his disbelief in the existence of God, in the following words : " Universalists believe in a God which I do not ; but...his moral attributes, (aside from nature itself,) a nothing more than a chimera of their own imagination." Your petitioners have learned, by an examination...
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The Works of Charles Follen: With a Memoir of His Life, Volumen1

Charles Follen - 1842
...of God, In the following words : " Universalists believe In a God which I do not ; but believe thnt their God, with all his moral attributes, (aside from...nothing more than a chimera of their own imagination." Your petitioners have learned, by an examination of the record and documents in the case, made by nnc...
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Supplement, Being a Digest of Pickering's and Metcalf's Reports, Vol. Xv ...

Francis Hilliard - 1843
...for wilfully blaspheming the holy name of God, his creation, &c., in the following words : — " The Universalists believe in a God which I do not ; but...nothing more than a chimera of their own imagination." Held, after conviction, if no evidence was erroneously admitted oV rejected, nor any erroneous instruction...
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Reports of Criminal Cases: Tried in the Municipal Court of the City of ...

Peter Oxenbridge Thacher - 1845 - 733 páginas
...real meaning of the defendant, when the next clause of the sentence is considered. The words are " Universalists believe in a God which I do not ; but believe that their God — ." This clearly shows. that the words " a God," and the words " their God," are used in the same...
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