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" I do not know the utmost extent of the power of fire, yet I certainly know, that it is the nature of fire... "
The case of the Jews, considered with respect to Christianity, by the author ... - Page 4
by Charles Leslie - 1755 - 140 pages
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A Short and Easie Method with the Deists: Wherein the Certainty of the ...

Charles Leslie - Apologetics - 1723 - 186 pages
...and that certainly too. For Example -, Tho' I do not know the utmoft Extent of the Power of Fire, yet I certainly know, That it is the Nature of Fire to burn : And that when proper Fewel is adminiftred to it, it is contrary to the Nature of fire not to confume it....
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Volume 19

John Wesley - Biography - 1796 - 668 pages
...and that certainly too. For example, though I do not know the utmoft extent of the power of fire, yet I certainly know, that it is the nature of fire to burn. And that when proper fuel is adminiftred to it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to confume it....
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The Scholar Armed Against the Errors of the Time: Or, A Collection of Tracts ...

Apologetics - 1800 - 458 pages
...tell all the whole nature of fire, and all its operations, yet this I certainly know, that it is of the nature of fire to burn ; and therefore if proper fuel be adminHtered unto it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to confume it. Thus when Ananias, Azarias,...
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The Scholar Armed Against the Errors of the Time, Or, A Collection ..., Volume 1

Christianity - 1800 - 530 pages
...that certainly too. Eor example, though I do not know the utmoft extent of the power of fire, yet 1 certainly know that it is the nature of fire' to burn ; and that when proper fuel is adminiftered to it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to confume it....
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The Columbian Miscellany: Containing a Variety of Important, Instructive ...

Abner Kneeland - Electronic books - 1804 - 462 pages
...that certainly too. For example : though I do not know the utmost extent of the power of fire ; yet 1 certainly know, that it is the nature of fire to burn ; and that when proper fuel is administered to it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to consume it....
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A Short and Easy Method with Deists: Wherein the Certainty of the Christian ...

Charles Leslie - Apologetics - 1805 - 80 pages
...that certainly too. For example ; though I do not know the utmost extent of the power of fire ; yet T certainly know that it is the nature of fire to burn ; and that, when proper fuel is administered to it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to consume it....
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The Sceptic's Manual: Or, Christianity Verified, Being a New Method of ...

Apologetics - 1811 - 300 pages
...that certainly too. Fd example : though-I do not know the utmost extent of the power of fire ; yet I certainly know, that it is the nature of fire to burn ; and that when proper fuel is administered to it, it is contrary to the nature of frre not to consume it....
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Remarks on the Internal Evidence for the Truth Ofrevealed Religion, and an ...

Thomas Erskine - Apologetics - 1823 - 232 pages
...that certainly too. For example ; though I do not know the utmost extent of the power of fire; yet I certainly know that it is the nature of fire to burn ; and that, when proper fuel is administered to' it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to consume...
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Remarks on the Internal Evidence for the Truth Ofrevealed Religion, and an ...

Thomas Erskine - Apologetics - 1823 - 232 pages
...that certainly too. For example ; though I do not know the utmost extent of the power of tire; yet 1 certainly know that it is the nature of fire to burn ; and thjit, when proper fuel is administered to it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to' consume...
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Remarks on the Internal Evidence for the Truth of Revealed Religion: And an ...

Thomas Erskine - Apologetics - 1826 - 302 pages
...that certainly too. For example ; though I do not know the utmost extent of the power of fire ; yet I certainly know that it is the nature of fire to burn ; and that, when proper fuel is administered to it, it is contrary to the nature of fire not to consume it.<...
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