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" God but by new birth, nor according to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation newborn, but by that baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect we justly hold it to be the door of our actual entrance into God's... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - Page 162
1805
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The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland ...: Now First Collected ..., Volume 6

Daniel Waterland - Apologetics - 1823
...Matt, xxviii. 19. Rom. vi. 3, 4, &c. " Gal. iii. 27. • As we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men, in the eye of the Church of God, but hy new birth ; nor, according to the manifest ordinary course of Divine dispensation, new born, but...
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The Works of the Late Rev. T. Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks, Volume 7

John Scott (A.M.) - Theology - 1824
...rather to shew that no one precise meaning is adhered to. ' As we are not naturally men without birth, so * neither are we Christian men, in the eye of the...according * to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispen* sations, new born, but by that baptism which * both declareth and maketh us Christians. In...
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The Works of Mr. Richard Hooker: With a General Index : Also, Mr. Isaac ...

Richard Hooker - Church polity - 1825 - 638 pages
...of external vocation, wherein our Baptism is implied. For as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect, we justly hold it to be the door of our actual entrance into God's House, the first apparent beginning...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 23

English literature - 1825
...of life,' so that, ' according to the manifest ordinary course of Divine dispensations, we are not newborn, but by that Baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians,' and the Church which withholdeth the ordinance from infants, incurs the ' guiltiness of blood,' and,...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 23

1825
...of life,' so that, ' according to the manifest ordinary course of Divine dispensations, we are not newborn, but by that Baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians,' and the Church which withholdeth the ordinance from infants, incurs the ' guiltiness of blood,' and,...
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The Convert

George Wilkins - English fiction - 1826 - 444 pages
...church,—the judicious Hooker, as he is emphatically called, — ' as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...according to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensations, new born, but by that baptism which both declareth us, and maketh us Christians.' *...
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The convert. By the author of 'The two rectors'.

George Wilkins - Conversion - 1826 - 444 pages
...the judicious Hooker, as he is emphatically called, — ' as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...according to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensations, new born, but by that baptism which both declareth us, and maketh us Christians.' *...
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A Treatise on Confirmation: With Pastoral Discourses Applicable to Confirmed ...

Thomas William Lancaster - 1830
...wickedness, wrath, and condemnation. " As we are not naturally men," says Hooker f, " without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...Baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians." • Hooker, Eccl. Pol. V. 60. f Id. ibid. 13 But though the seed of grace be first sown, though the...
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The Ecclesiastical polity and other works of Richard Hooker: with ..., Volume 2

Richard Hooker - Dissenters, Religious - 1830
...hist. lib. iv. [cap. 15. stct. fi.] Hooker saith.* " For as we are not naturally men, without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the Church, without new birth ;"-j• we say, in the eye of the Church, for we take not upon us, to see as God...
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Regeneration and baptism considered

Francis Russell Hall - Baptism - 1832 - 12 pages
...soul their Jirst disposition to future newness of life. For as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the Church of God but by birth, nor according to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation new born, but by that Baptism,...
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