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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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An Introduction to the Study of Poetry

Henry Bernard Cotterill - 1882 - 328 pages
...give us a rational foundation for our belief. " Evidences of Christianity ! " he used to exclaim ; " I am weary of the word : make a man feel the want of it! " Meanwhile opium had gained the grip of a fiend on him. It seemed likely that it would soon drag him...
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The Works of Orville Dewey, D.D.: With a Biographical Sketch

Orville Dewey - 1883 - 804 pages
...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 Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: With an ..., Volume 1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1884
...evidences of Christianity, and the like. Evidences of Christianity ! I am weary of the word. Make it man feel the want of it ; rouse him, if you can, to...; and you may safely trust it to its own evidence, — remembering only the express declaration of Christ himself: No man comtfh to me, unless, flic Fa/...
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THE AMERICAN CHURCH REVIEW

REV. HENRY MASON BAUM - 1884
...day, Dr; Paley's breakwater school of external evidences was pushed so far as to lead him to cry out: "Evidences of Christianity! I am weary of the word. Make a man feel the want of it . . and you may safely trust it to its own evidence." This reaction followed, then, in the line of...
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A Homiletic Encyclopaedia of Illustrations in Theology and Morals. ...

Robert Aitkin Bertram - 1885 - 892 pages
...of Christianity!" exclaims the late Mr. Coleridge in one of the most popular of his prose works ; " I am weary of the word. Make a man feel the want of it and you may safely trust it to its own evidence." There can be little doubt, I think, that these words...
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Homiletic Review, Volume 13

1887
...evidence they can have of its divine origin. Thus Coleridge, in hi* "Aids to Reflection," exclaims: " Evidences of Christianity ! I am weary of the word....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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The Evidence of Christian Experience: Being the Ely Lectures for 1890

Lewis French Stearns - 1890 - 473 pages
...scientific proof of Christianity. We are all familiar with the passage in the Aids to Reflection : " Evidences of Christianity ! I am weary of the •word....; rouse him, if you can, to the self-knowledge of the need of it, and you may safely trust it to its own evidence, remembering only the express declaration...
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Homiletic Review, Volume 28

1894
...was his weariness of the eighteenth century methods of apologetic reasoning which led him to say: " 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 it to its own evidence, remembering always the express declaration...
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The Religious Spirit in the Poets

William Boyd Carpenter - 1900 - 247 pages
...appeal in the very soul of man. We have proof of this in Coleridge's own indignant expostulation, " Evidences of Christianity ! I am weary of the word....it, rouse him, if you can, to the selfknowledge of the need of it, and you may safely trust it to its own evidence, remembering always M7 the express...
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The Religious Spirit in the Poets

William Boyd Carpenter - 1900 - 247 pages
...weary of the word. Make a man feel the want of it, rouse him, if you can, to the selfknowledge of the need of it, and you may safely trust it to its own evidence, remembering always the express declaration of Christ Himself, ' No man cometh to me unless the Father...
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