About 57,500 results
|Thomson, James One hundred religious persons knit into a unity by careful |
organizations do not constitute a church any more than eleven dead men make a
football ... Unknown, Source Though the church has many critics, it has no rivals.
|The parents of Jesus lost Him at church, and they were not the last ones to lose |
Him there. VANCE HAVNER The ... A. W. TOZER, MAN, THE DWELLING PLACE
OFGOD Though the church has many critics, it has no rivals. ANONYMOUS The ...
|Unknown, Source Though the church has many critics, it has no rivals. - |
Unknown, Source Sign in lot: Church parking only. We will not forgive those who
trespass against us. - Unknown, Source Make the most of all that comes and the
least of ...
|As a result, many pastors feel illequipped to disciple their men. They don't feel |
like they understand what their men are going through or how to help them. The
unhappy result ... As someone has said, “The church has many critics, but no
|I confess that criticism has removed many difficulties ; but I am convinced that |
many still remain, which, I fear, will never give ... it does in a work which for •
antiquity has no rival, when it would have appeared — supposing its pages to
have been dictated by an ... years — could not have been compiled with such
agreement of purpose, and accuracy of fulfilment, but through the aid of the Holy
Spirit of God.
|through the veins, the tune is completed, and the singing proceeds. ... Perhaps as |
he sees them so happy with their own performance, he has not courage enough
to break the spell of their felicity, and obtrude upon them ' the icy precepts of ...
|He brought with him a "chaplain" who held many services during the brief stay of |
the explorers. ... A writer, not a member of this Church, has said : "Maine was
distinctively Episcopalian, and was intended as a rival to her ... Dante, or
Shakespeare because scholars have given up their lives to the study and
interpretation of these kings of thought: why, then, should we ... No, it is not the
critics who have destroyed Bible reading; it is the Zeitgeist— the Spirit of the Age
— that has done it.
|It comes of the study of forces, not of words ; of facts, not of styles, of Divine |
thoughts and purposes and of the human needs that evoked them, ... it may be
affirmed that the new method regards, or inclines to do so, the Scriptures as only
one of many rival religious records, and ... I shall not here attempt to point out
either the gains or the losses that have come to us through the new methods of
|Thoughts Concerning the Relation of Christian Faith to Biblical Criticism Charles |
Marsh Mead ... of admission into the so-called Church be fixed; and then, though
the Church may be very broad, it will be very weak. ... But whatever else may or
may not be characteristic of the Church of the future , this one must be, if it is to
have a ... He brooks no rival in his authority. ... expressed that great injustice has
been done to them by stigmatizing them all as heathen, and overlooking the
|In horse-stea ing they ave no rivals, the Cossacks in this respect being much their |
inferiors. ... They are rigid observers of the fasts of their own church, and as
attentive rejoicers upon each festival; often making those as great holidays which
the ... his, though in many cases its exterior is no better than a cottage, nor has it
other decoration to boast of within, than clean walls and a matted floor; yet as a