Memoirs of Literature, Volume 5

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R. Knaplock
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Page 421 - For the creature was made subject to vanity, not willingly, but by reason of him who hath subjected the same in hope, because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God. For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.
Page 325 - If any man shall ADD UNTO THESE THINGS, GOD SHALL ADD UNTO HIM THE PLAGUES THAT ARE WRITTEN IN THIS BOOK: and if any man shall TAKE AWAY FROM THE WORDS OF THE BOOK OF THIS PROPHECY, GOD SHALL TAKE AWAY HIS PART OUT OF THE BOOK OF LIFE AND OUT OF THE HOLY CITY, AND FROM THE THINGS WHICH ARE WRITTEN IN THIS BOOK.
Page 264 - we look not at the things which are feen, but at the things which are not feen; for the things which are feen, are temporal ; but the things which are not feen, are eternal, 2 Cor.
Page 270 - Account of Alexander Selkirk's living alone four years and four months in an...
Page 58 - ... Scripture, though it stiles the Father God, and also stiles the Son God, yet at the same time always declares there is but One God; is because in the Monarchy of the Universe, there is but One Authority, original in the Father. derivative in the Son: The Power of the Son being, not Another Power opposite to That of the Father. nor Another Power coordinate to That of the Father: but it self The Power and Authority of the Father, communicated to, manifested in, and exercised by the Son.
Page 117 - Californio, through India, and North about into England. The Defcription of all the American Coafts along the South Sea, with above 300 Bearings of the Land, the principal Harbours, and...
Page 272 - ... people obliged to buy them against lent ; they cannot be read, the print looking worse than any of our old ballads, yet the vulgar are made believe it's a mortal sin to eat flesh in lent, without being licensed by one of these bulls, the Negro slaves not being exempted. This is one of the greatest branches of income the King of Spain has in this country, being a free gift from the Pope to him, as the Spaniards and Natives told us.
Page 57 - Scripture is concerned, depends upon this oneaf" fertion, that the word GOD, in Scripture, NEVER " fegmfies a complex notion of more perfons than one; " but ALWAYS means one p erf on only, viz. either the " perfon of the Father fingly, or the perfon of the Son "fingly. Which is abfolutely falfe : for here it fig
Page 56 - The Scripture, in declaring the Son's derivation from the Father, never makes mention of any limitation of time; but always supposes and affirms him to have existed with the Father from the beginning and before all worlds.
Page 51 - ... explicitly necessary to be understood; and (under pretence of explaining authoritatively,) imposed things much harder to be understood than the Scripture itself; and became more uncharitable in their Censures; and the farther they departed from the Fountain of Catholick Unity, the...

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