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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 churchman's monthly companion, ed. by T.K. Arnold

Churchman - 1844
...is often called by that name : well, Hooker says : — ' As we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation, new born but by that Baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians.' And in another place he...
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Regeneration in baptism, a sermon

John Morris - Regeneration (Theology) - 1846
...the Spirit*. Christ also, in another 7 John ix. 7. 8 " For as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...dispensation, new-born, but by that baptism which botli declared) and maketh us Christians. In which respect we justly place9, on 'the occasion of giving...
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Companion to the Font and the Pulpit, Issue 9

William Meade - Baptism - 1846 - 147 pages
...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...the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation, new born, but by that baptism, which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect, we...
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Questions illustrating the thirty-nine articles of the Church of England

Edward Bickersteth - 1846 - 172 pages
...Regeneration, including the three benefits stated above. 5 " As we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...the manifest ordinary course of Divine dispensation new born, but by that Baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians." (Jlooker, book v. ...
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The Puritans and Their Principles

Edwin Hall - Great Britain - 1846 - 440 pages
...adds (I., p. 602), " as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men of the eye of the Church of God but by new birth ; nor...the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation) neio born, but by that BAPTISM, which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect, we...
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The Puritans and Their Principles

Edwin Hall - Great Britain - 1846 - 440 pages
...but by new birth ; nor (according to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation) new born, 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 house, \\\e first apparent BEG INNING...
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Holy Baptism: Prayers, Meditations, and Select Passages on the Sacrament of ...

Henry Edward Manning - Baptism - 1847 - 242 pages
...(Rom. viii. 30). For as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men ill the eye of the Church of God but by new birth ; nor...the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation new born, but by that baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect, we justly...
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The Puritans and Their Principles

Edwin Hall - Electronic book - 1847 - 440 pages
...are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men of the eye of the Church of Got! but by new.- birth ; nor (according to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation) new born, but by that BAPTISM, which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect, we...
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The Benares magazine, Volume 4

1850
...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 Christ's house, the first apparent beginning...
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Gorham, Clerk, Against the Bishop of Exeter: The Argument of Dr. Bayford on ...

Augustus Frederick Bayford, George Cornelius Gorham - Baptism - 1849 - 232 pages
...infants, as all other Divines up to his day had done. " For as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation new born, but by that Baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect, we justly...
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