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" We cannot, therefore, be astonished if they have represented them to us with all those characters which might render them the most monstrous, mingled with all the fables which would serve to irritate the minds of the people against those who professed... "
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century - Page 33
by Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde de Sismondi - 1833 - 286 pages
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The Baptist Magazine, Volume 18

Baptists - 1826
...accurate than we could wish it to be, seeing, as the writer of this work remarks, ''• those very perHins who punished the sectaries with frightful torments,...minds of the people against those who professed them." Still we see in their character much to venerate ; and some of the allegations brought against them,...
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History of the crusades against the Albigenses in the thirteenth century [tr ...

Jean Charles L. Simonde de Sismondi - 1826
...from that pest of heresy which the fathers transmitted to their children," and that " their opinions had been transmitted, in Gaul, from generation to...generation, almost from the origin of Christianity." That is, in other words — that the pure and original principles of Christianity had been handed down...
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History of the Waldenses: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time

William Sime - Waldenses - 1829 - 158 pages
...from that pest of heresy which the fathers transmitted to their children;" and that "their opinions had been transmitted, in Gaul, from generation to...generation, almost from the origin of Christianity. " A noble testimony to the antiquity of these evangelical Churches, which, from the first planting...
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The History of the Church and Court of Rome: From the ..., Volume 1

Hallifield Cosgayne O'Donnoghue - 1830
...from that pest of heresy which the fathers transmitted to their children;" and that " their opinions had been transmitted in Gaul, from generation to generation, almost from the origin of Christianity." A noble testimony to the antiquity of these evangelical Churches, which, from the first planting of...
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History of the Waldenses, from the Earliest Period Till the Present Time

William Sime - Church history - 1834 - 323 pages
...from that pest of heresy which the fathers transmitted to their children ;" and that " their opinions had been transmitted in Gaul, from generation to generation, almost from the origin of Christianity." A noble testimony to the antiquity of these evangelical Churches, which, from the first planting of...
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The Baptist Missionary Magazine, Volumes 15-16

Baptists - 1835
...taken it upon themselves to make us acquainted with their opinions; allowing at ike same time, thai they had been transmitted in Gaul, from generation to generation, almost from Hit origin of Christianity. We cannot, therefore, be astonished if they have represented them to us...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 10

Periodicals - 1837
...who professed them." Yet even these interested witnesses allow that the opinions of their adversaries had been transmitted in Gaul from generation to generation, almost from the very origin of Christianity. In other words, (to use the language of an English writer,) that the pure...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1837
...who professed them." Yet even these interested witnesses allow that the opinions of their adversaries had been transmitted in Gaul from generation to generation, almost from the very origin of Christianity. In other words, (to use the language of an English writer,1» that the...
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Ecclesiastical history, a course of lectures, Volume 2

William Jones - 1838
...allow, that persons holding similar sentiments, and manifesting a corresponding character, had existed in Gaul from generation to generation, almost from the origin of Christianity. The opinions of the Albigenses were the opinions of the Cathari, or Puritans — the opinions of the...
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The Hierarchical Despotism: Lectures on the Mixture of Civil and ...

George Barrell Cheever - Apostolic succession - 1844 - 120 pages
...fright; ful torments, have alone taken upon themselves to make us acquainted with their opinions j allowing, at the same time, that they had been transmitted...generation, almost from the origin of Christianity. Nevertheless, amidst many puerile or calumnious tales, it is still easy to recognize the principles...
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