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" I never wanted articles on religious subjects half so much as articles on common subjects, written with a decidedly Christian tone."— DR. "
The Quarterly Review - Page 40
edited by - 1887
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Philosophy of the plan of salvation: a book for the times

1799 - 192 pages
...IN A j GOOD, BOLD TYPE. SIXPENCE, IN FANCY PAPER COVERS. TENPENCE, IN CLOTH BOARDS, GILT EDGES. '* I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...subjects, written with a decidedly Christian tone." — DH. ARNOLD. THIS series is adapted to the new development and growing intelligence of the times....
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The Crusades

1799 - 192 pages
...PAGES, IN A GOOD, BOLD TYPE. SIXPENCE, IN FANCY PAPER COVERS. TENPENCE, IN CLOTH BOARDS, GILT EDGES. " I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...subjects, written with a decidedly Christian tone."— DR. ARNOLD. THIS series is adapted to the new development and growing intelligence of the times. With...
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Remarkable escapes from peril

Religious Tract Society (Great Britain), Samuel Manning - Religion - 1799 - 192 pages
...PAGES, IN A GOOD, BOLD TYPE. SIXPENCE, IN FANCY PAPER COVERS. TENPENCE, IN CLOTH BOARDS, GILT EDGES. " I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...subjects, written with a decidedly Christian tone." — DR. ARNOLD. THE Committee of the RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY have resolved to publish a volume every...
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The Bible in many tongues

Bible - 1799
...PAOES, IN A (Hi,in, BOLD TYPK. SIXPENCE, IN FANCY PAPER COVERS. TENPENCE, IN CLOTH BOARDS, GILT EDGES. "I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...common subjects, written with a decidedly Christian tone."—DR. ARNOLD. THIS series is adapted to the new development and growing intelligence of the...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1847
...to the alteration of its title, has taken for its motto the excellent sentiment of Dr. Arnold — ' I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...subjects, written with a decidedly christian tone.' The articles in the present number fully justify the adoption of such a motto. They are various —...
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The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, D.D.: Late Head ..., Volume 1

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - Christian biography - 1844
...That article is exactly a specimen of what I wished to see, but done far better than I could do it. I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...subjects written with a decidedly Christian tone. History and Biography arc far better vehicles of good, I think, than any direct comments on Scripture,...
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The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, D.D.: Late Head ..., Volume 1

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, Thomas Arnold - Christian biography - 1844
...That article is exactly a specimen of what I wished to see, but done far better than I could do it. I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...subjects written with a decidedly Christian tone. History and Biography are far better vehicles of good, I think, tban any direct comments on Scripture,...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...things, it is well here to avoid extremes. A remark of his has been often quoted to the effect that he never wanted articles on religious subjects half so...subjects written with a decidedly Christian tone. This famous remark bears out the view we have just given of his religious character. No doubt he did...
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The North British review, Volume 2

1845
...point effected." " I never wanted," he says, in commending the tone of a paper in the Penny Magazine, " articles on religious subjects half so much, as articles on common subjects written with a decidedly religious tone." Following the same views on to far more difficult ground, Dr. Arnold accepted, in...
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The Presbyterian review and religious journal, Volume 19

1846
...substantial Christian truth. Here was his idea, and it has almost been adopted already as a popular axiom, ' I never wanted articles on religious subjects half...subjects, written with a decidedly Christian tone.' Now, it must be kept in mind, that the problem in hand is not the manner of writing treatises on science,...
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