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" Evidences of Christianity ! I am weary of the word. Make a man feel the want of it ; rouse him, if you can, to the self-knowledge of his need of it ; and you may safely trust it to its own evidence, — remembering only the express declaration of Christ... "
Matthew Arnold: Poet and Critic - Page 9
by Arnold Schrag - 1904 - 94 pages
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Brahmin Prophet: Phillips Brooks and the Path of Liberal Protestantism

Gillis J. Harp - 2003 - 237 pages
...echoes that of Coleridge, whom Brooks had read as a seminarian. Coleridge commented in this regard: "Evidences of Christianity, I am weary of the word. Make a man feel his want of it ... and you may safely trust it to its own Evidences."" Brooks referred to the faith...
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The Greenian Moment: T.H. Green, Religion and Political Argument in ...

Denys Leighton - 2004 - 376 pages
...Theology, Physio-Theology, Demonstrations of God from Nature, Evidences of Christianity, and the like. Evidences of Christianity! I am weary of the word....it; rouse him if you can, to the self-knowledge of the need of it; and you may safely trust to its own Evidence"' (Religion in the Age of Romanticism,...
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Orthodoxy & Western Culture: A Collection of Essays Honoring Jaroslav ...

Jaroslav Pelikan, Valerie R. Hotchkiss, Patrick Henry - 2005 - 231 pages
...Reflection to see ample evidence for this in the religious sphere, something summed up in his exclamation, "Evidences of Christianity! I am weary of the word....him, if you can, to the self-knowledge of his need for it; and you may safely trust it to its own Evidence. . . ."6 There is much of the same feel in...
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A History of Apologetics

Avery Dulles - 2005 - 417 pages
...Coleridge and Christian Doctrine (Cambridge, Mass., 1969), 5—6. of the Word. Make a man feel his want of it; rouse him, if you can, to the self-knowledge...it; and you may safely trust it to its own Evidence — remembering only the express declaration of Christ himself: No man cometh to me unless the Father...
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Modern Christian Thought: The Enlightenment and the nineteenth century, Volume 1

James C. Livingston, Francis Schüssler Fiorenza - 430 pages
...demonstrations of God from Nature, evidences of Christianity, and the like. Evidences of Christianity! \ am weary of the word. Make a man feel the want of...it; and you may safely trust it to its own evidence [italics added] remembering only the express declaration of Christ himself: No man cometb to me, unless...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 4

1847
...himself through the snare of thorny speculation, he commended it to others with impassioned fervor. " Evidences of Christianity ! I am weary of the word....; and you may safely trust it to its own evidence, remembering only the express declaration of Christ : No man cometh to me unless the Father leadeth...
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The Christian Examiner

1837
...true; and we want no other evidence." It was in this feeling, obviously, that Coleridge exclaimed, " Evidences of Christianity ! I am weary of the word....and you may safely trust it to its own evidence." * That this way of thinking is unphilosophical, that it does not properly perceive the very ground...
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the cambridge history of english literature

Adolphus William Ward - 1907 - 504 pages
...someone called a halt to the prevailing mode in theological literature. Evidences of Ckriatianity! I am weary of the word. Make a man feel the want of...if you can, to the self-knowledge of his need of it ; aud you may safely trust it to its own evidence. Confessions of an Enquiring Spirit was published...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 8

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1856 - 584 pages
...of Coleridge. " Evidences of Christianity,*' said he ; "I am weary of the word. Make a man feel his want of it ; rouse him, if you can, to the self-knowledge of his need of it, and yon may safely trust to ÍÍ» otm rnWi-ner*." In one of the sketches we are told, and the narrative...
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