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" Skill of a powerful ever-living Agent, who being in all Places, is more able by his Will to move the Bodies within his boundless uniform Sensorium, and thereby to form and reform the Parts of the Universe, than we are by our Will to move the Parts of... "
Christian Examiner - Page 326
1835
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Opticks:: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ...

Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 pages
...Inftinft of Brutes and Infects, can be the effect of nothing elfe than the Wifdom and Skill of a powerful ever-living Agent, who being in all Places, is more able by his Will to move the Bodies within his boundlefs uniform Senforium, and thereby to form and reform the Parts of the Univerfc, than we are...
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General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, Philosophical, Philological ...

1755
...Organs of Senfe and Motion, and the Inftinct of Brutes and «' Infects, can be the Effect of a powerful ever-living Agent, *' who being in all Places, is...more able by his Will to move the " Bodies within his boundlefs uniform Senforium, and thereby " to form and reform the Parts of the Univerfe, than we are...
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The History of Philosophy, from the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the ...

William Enfield, Johann Jakob Brucker - 1791
...inftindt of brutes and infects, can be the effect of nothing elfe than the wifdom and fkill of a powerful everliving agent, who, being in all places, is more able by his will to move the bodies within his boundlefs uniform fenforium, and thereby to form and reform the parts of the univerfe, than we are...
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Analysis fluxionum

William Hales - 1800 - 110 pages
...bodies within his boundlefs uniform ftnforium, and thereby to form and reform the parts of the Univerfe, than we are by our will to move the parts of our own bodies. " And yet, we are not to confider " the World as the -body of GOD, or the feveral parts thereof as the foul...
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volume 7

John Aikin - 1808
...instinct of brutes and insects, can be the effect of nothing else than the wisdom and skill of a powerful everliving Agent, who, being in all places, is more able by his will to move the bodies within hie. boundless uniform sensorium, and thereby to form and reform the parts of the universe, than we...
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The History of Philosophy: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 2

William Enfield - 1819
...instinct of brutes and insects, can be the effect of nothing else than the wisdom and skill of a powerful everliving Agent, who, being in all places, is more...our will to move the parts of our own bodies. And yet we are not to consider the world as the body of God, or the several parts -thereof as the parts...
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Library for the people. (Division 1). The wonders of nature and art ..., Issue 2

Library - 1827
...instinct of brutes and insects, can be the effect of nothing else than the wisdom and skill of a powerful everliving agent, who, being in all places, is more...our will to move the parts of our own bodies. And yet we are not to consider the world as the body of God, or the several parts thereof as the parts...
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Elements of the economy of nature; or, The principles of physics, chemistry ...

John Gibson MacVicar - 1830 - 80 pages
...instincts of brutes and insects can be the effect of nothing else than the wisdom and skill of a powerful ever-living Agent, who, being in all places, is more...our will to move the parts of our own bodies. And yet we are not to consider the world as the body of God, or the several parts thereof as the parts...
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Astronomy and General Physics Considered with Reference to Natural Theology

William Whewell - 1833 - 381 pages
...inorganic, " can be the effect of nothing else than the wisdom and skill of a powerful ever living Agent, who being in all places, is more able by his...he says, " God is one and the same God always and every where. He is omnipresent, not by means of his virtue alone, but also by his substance, for virtue...
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The Christian Examiner and General Review, Volume 18

Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware - 1835
...necessary condition of any course of events, his universal agency the only origin of any efficient force. " Thus, in the observations on the nature of the Deity,...our own bodies.' And in the Scholium at the end of the'Principia' he says, 'God is one and the same God always and everywhere. He is omnipresent, not...
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