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" Our fault is, we are apt to be mighty hot upon speculative errors, and break all bounds in our resentments ; but we let practical ones pass without remark, if not without repentance : as if a mistake about an obscure proposition of faith were a greater... "
The Outlaw - Page 209
by Mrs. S. C. Hall - 1835 - 918 pages
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1782
...ones ' pafs without remark, if not without repentance : as ' if a miftake about an obfcure proportion of FAITH ' were a greater evil, than the breach of...an undoubted ' PRECEPT. Such a religion the devils themfelves are * not without; for they have both faith and knowledge; c but their faith doth not work...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1782
...ones ' pafs without remark, if not without repentance : as ' if a miftake about an obfcure propojition of FAITH ' were a greater evil, than the breach of...an undoubted ' PRECEPT. Such a religion the devils themfelves are ' not without; for they have both faith and knowledge; ' but their faith doth not work...
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The History of Pennsylvania: In North America, from the Original Institution ...

Robert Proud - Delaware - 1797
...let practical ones pafs without remark, if not without repentance: As if a miftake about an obfcure proposition of faith, were a greater evil, than the...of an undoubted precept. Such a religion the devils themfelves are not without} for they have both faith and knowledge; but their faith doth not work by...
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Memoirs of the Private and Public Life of William Penn, Volume 2

Thomas Clarkson - Great Britain - 1813
...; we can never be the better for our religion, if our neighbour be the worse for it. Our fault is, we are apt to be mighty hot upon speculative errors,...not work by love, nor their knowledge by obedience. And if this be their judgement, can it be our blessing ? — Let us not then think religion a litigious...
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The Philanthropist, Or, Repository for Hints and Suggestions ..., Volume 4

Charities - 1814
...; we can never be the better for our religion, if our neighbour be the worse for it. Our fault is, we are apt to be mighty hot upon speculative errors,...both faith and knowledge : but their faith doth not workbylove, nor their knowledge by obedience. And if this be their judgement, can •it be our blessing...
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The Select Works of William Penn, Volume 1

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1825
...for our religion, if our neighbour be the worse for it.' Our fault is, we are apt to be mighty het upon speculative errors, and break all bounds in our...not work by love, nor their knowledge by obedience. And if this be their judgment, can it be our blessing? Let us not then think religion a litigious thing...
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Memoirs of the private and public life of William Penn: who settled the ...

Thomas Clarkson, William Penn - 1827
...judgment, and their unwarrantable heat contradict the great end of their Saviour's coming, Love. out remark, if not without repentance : as if a mistake...not work by love, nor their knowledge by obedience. And if this be their judgment, can it be our blessing ?—Let us not then think religion a litigious...
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The life of William Penn

Mrs. Hughs (Mary) - Biography & Autobiography - 1828 - 224 pages
...errors, and break all bounds in our resentments; but we let practical ones pass without remark, idiot without repentance : as if a mistake about an obscure...their faith doth not work by love, nor their knowledge ' 160 by obedience. And if this be their judgment, can it be our blessing? — Let us not then think...
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The Friends' Library, Volume 5

William Evans, Thomas Evans - 1841
...ourselves; we can never be the better for our religion, if our neighbour be the worse for it. Our fault is, we are apt to be mighty hot upon speculative errors,...not work by love, nor their knowledge by obedience. And if this be their judgment, can it be our blessing? Let us not then think religion a litigious thing;...
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Life of William Penn: The Celebrated Quaker and Founder of Pennsylvania

Joseph Barker - Quakers - 1847 - 320 pages
...we can never be the better for our religion, if our neighbour be the 811 worse for it. Our fault is, we are apt to be mighty hot upon* speculative errors,...both faith and knowledge : but their faith doth not wort by love, nor their knowledge by obedience. And if this be their curse, can it be our blessing...
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