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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 that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker: With an ...

Richard Hooker, Izaak Walton - Anglican Communion - 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 God's house, the first apparent beginning...
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A letter to the archbishop of Canterbury

Henry Phillpotts (bp. of Exeter.) - 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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Judgment in re Gorham, v. bishop of Exeter

Alexander Watson - Baptism - 1850 - 3 pages
...extemal vocation, wherein our Baptism is implied. 1 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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An ecclesiastical biography, containing the lives of ancient ..., Volume 6

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1850
...of eternal 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 baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect, we justly...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 19

Christianity - 1850
...extract to prove that Hooker was a prcdestinarian. ' " 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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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 19

Christianity - 1850
...God 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; the first APPARENT beginning...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 19

1850
...extract to prove that Hooker was a predestinarian. ' " For as we are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the Church of God hut by new birth ; nor according to the manifest ordinary course of divine dispensation new born, but...
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Theophilus Americanus ; Or, Insturction for the Young Student, Concerning ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1852 - 426 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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Creed and the Church: A Summary of Christian Truth, Doctrine and Practice

John Pearson - 1854 - 364 pages
...without birth, 1 Eph. i. 1. Eph. v. 8. Eph. ii. 3, 12. Rom. viii. 80. O 200 NECESSITY OF OUTWARD 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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A concise view of the doctrine of baptismal regeneration, founded on bishop ...

William Henry Hicks - 1856
...life without 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 Baptism, which both declareth and maketh us Christians. In which respect we justly...
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