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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 Sacrament of Responsibility; Or, Testimony of Scripture to the Teaching ...

Michael Ferrebee Sadler - Baptism - 1870 - 131 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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Religious Thought in England, from the Reformation to the End of ..., Volume 1

John Hunt - GREAT BRITAIN CHURCH HISTORY MODERN PERIOD - 1870
...of ex' ernal vocation, wherein our baptism is implied. For as we we not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...Church of God but by new birth, nor according to the ordinary manifest course of divine dispensation new born but by that baptism which both declareth and...
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Religious Thought in England, from the Reformation to the End of ..., Volume 1

John Hunt - GREAT BRITAIN CHURCH HISTORY MODERN PERIOD - 1870
...our baptism is implied. For as wo are not naturally men without birth, so neither are we Chris, tian men in the eye of the Church of God but by new birth, nor according to the ordinary manifest course of divine dispensation new born but by that baptism which both declareth and...
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An introduction to the theology of the Church of England, in an exposition ...

Thomas Pownall Boultbee - 1871 - 310 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 Church review, and ecclesiastical register ..., Volume 22, Issue 1871

1871
...judicious Hooker hath it, " We are not Christian men," that is, partakers of the Divine Life in Christ, "in the eye of the Church of God, but by new Birth,...manifest, ordinary course of Divine Dispensation, new born, but by that Baptism which both declareth and maketh us Christians," so that Baptism is "the...
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The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker ..., Volume 1

Richard Hooker, Isaac Walton - Church polity - 1874
...divine Sacrament does. His words concerning Baptism are : " 69As we are not naturally men without birth, so " neither are we Christian men in the eye of the...God but by new birth ; nor according to the manifest ordi" nary course of Divine dispensation new born, but by that " Baptism which both declareth and maketh...
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A Commentary on the Thirty-nine Articles: Forming an Introduction to the ...

Thomas Pownall Boultbee - 1877 - 336 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 Grace of the Ministry Considered as a Divine Gift of Uninterrupted ...

William Denton - Apostolic succession - 1880 - 635 pages
...first disposition towards future newness of life. " 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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Report of the Proceedings

Church congress - 1882
...unbaptized. And surely this is right; for Hooker declares: — "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 " (Eccl. Pol. K, Ix. 3)....
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Baptism, Regeneration, Conversion

Frederick Meyrick - 1884 - 63 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 justly...
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