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" Whatever God hath revealed is certainly true : no doubt can be made of it. This is the proper object of faith ; but whether it be a divine revelation or no, reason must judge... "
An Abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding - Page 247
by John Wynne - 1752 - 270 pages
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Faith and Understanding

Paul Helm - Religion - 1997 - 212 pages
...acceptable, must be reasonable; that is, reasonableness is necessary for proper faithful believing: Whatever GOD hath revealed is certainly true: no doubt...of faith; but whether it be a divine revelation or not, reason must judge; which can never permit the mind to reject a greater evidence to embrace what...
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John Locke, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding in Focus

John Locke - Philosophy - 2000 - 282 pages
...hindrance to Reason; which is not injured, or disturbed, but assisted and improved, by new Discoveries of Truth, coming from the Eternal Fountain of all...Faith: But whether it be a divine Revelation, or no. Reason must judge; which can never permit the Mind to reject a greater Evidence to embrace what is...
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También nosotros creemos porque amamos: tres concepciones del acto de fe ...

Guillermo Juan Morado - Religion - 2000 - 439 pages
...GA, 316-317AR, 284. 32 Cf GA, 162; AR, 160. 33 Cf GA, 174-175; AR, 170-171. ^CfGA, 163; AR, 161. 35 «Whatever God hath revealed, is certainly true; no...made of it. This is the proper object of faith: but wheter it be a divine revelation or no, reason must judge...», J. LOCKE, Essay on Human Understanding,...
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A History of Irish Thought

Thomas Duddy - History - 2002 - 362 pages
...is a genuine one or not. The following passage encapsulates the 'rationalism' of Locke's position: Whatever GOD hath revealed, is certainly true; no...Faith'. But whether it be a divine Revelation, or no, Reason must judge; which can never permit the Mind to reject a greater Evidence to embrace what is...
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A History of Irish Thought

Thomas Duddy - History - 2002 - 362 pages
...encapsulares the 'rationalism' of Locke's position: Wharever GOD hath revealed, is cerrainly ttue; no Doubt can be made of it. This is the proper Object...Faith: But whether it be a divine Revelation, or no, Reason must judge; which can never permit the Mind to reject a grearer Evidence to embrace what is...
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A History of Irish Thought

Thomas Duddy - History - 2002 - 362 pages
...encapsulares the 'rationalism' of Locke's position: Wharever GOD hath revealed, is cerrainly ttue; no Doubt can be made of it. This is the proper Object of Fasth: But whether it be a divine Revelation, or no, Reason must judge; which can never permit the...
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The Varieties of Belief, Volume 4

Paul Helm - Philosophy - 2004 - 189 pages
...it be revealed that that proposition, or all in that book, was communicated by divine inspiration.'8 'Whatever God hath revealed is certainly true : no...faith ; but whether it be a divine revelation or no, reason must judge, which can never permit the mind to reject a greater evidence to embrace what is...
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The Divine Revelation: The Basic Issues

Paul Helm - Religion - 2004 - 161 pages
...employment of such external criteria, and be exercised only when such criteria are manifest. Whatever COD hath revealed is certainly true: no doubt can be made...faith; but whether it be a divine revelation or no, reason must judge, which can never permit the mind to reject a greater evidence to embrace what is...
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Locke

E. Jonathan Lowe, Professor of Philosophy E J Lowe - Philosophy - 2005 - 220 pages
...although he is also very critical of exaggerated and overly dogmatic claims of the scope of revelation: Whatever GOD hath revealed, is certainly true; no...Faith: But whether it be a divine Revelation, or no, Reason must judge; which can never permit the Mind to reject a greater Evidence to embrace what is...
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Modern Christian Thought: The Enlightenment and the nineteenth century, Volume 1

James C. Livingston, Francis Schüssler Fiorenza - Religion - 430 pages
...knowledge may be "above reason," revelation can never be assented to which is "contrary to reason." Whatever God hath revealed is certainly true; no doubt...faith: but whether it be a divine revelation or no, reason must judge; which can never permit the mind to reject a great evidence to embrace what is less...
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