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And not only so , but he was able to render a reason of the hope which was in
him , which that writing of his of the Confession of the Faith doth abundantly
testify . He repaired frequently , when his health would permit him , to the service
of the ...
Now his fame doth not decrease with days since , but rather increase . Divers of
his works have been anciently , and yet lately , translated into other tongues ,
both learned and modern , by foreign pens . Several persons of quality , during
... immediately before his meal ( whether dinner or supper ) , that it might dry the
body less ; which ( as he said ) did carry away frequently the grosser humors of
the body , and not diminish or carry away any of the spirits , as sweating doth .
... that experience demonstrates how learned men have been arch - heretics ,
how learned times have been inclined to atheism , and how the contemplation of
second causes doth derogate from our dependence upon God , who is the First ...
And although he doth insinuate that the supreme or summary law of nature ,
which he calleth “ The work which 25 God worketh from the beginning to the end ,
' is not possible to be found out by man ; yet that doth not derogate from the ...
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