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" Experience has taught us, that fire and sword, exile and proscription, rather irritate than heal the distemper, that has its seat in the mind. These only affect the body; but judicious and edifying doctrine, gently instilled, descends into the heart. "
The Life of Thuanus: With Some Account of His Writings, and a Translation of ... - Page 395
by John Collinson - 1807 - 467 pages
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volume 4

1822
...province it is. " Experience has taught us, that fire and sword, exile and proscription, rather irritate than heal the distemper, that has its seat in the mind. These only nU'ec.t the body ; but judicious and edifying doctrine, gently instilled, descends into the heart....
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...period. He says, " Experience has taught us, that fire and sword, exile and proscription, rather irritate than heal the distemper that has its seat in the mind....doctrine, gently instilled, descends into the heart." " Religion is not subject to command, but is infused into well-prepared minds by a conviction of the...
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The History of the Church of Christ: Comprising the sequel of the Lutheran ...

John Scott - Lutheran Church - 1832
...us, that fire and sword, exile and proscription, rather irritate than heal the distemper which lias its seat in the mind. These only affect the body ;...doctrine, gently instilled, descends into the heart." " Religion is not subject to command, but is infused into well-prepared minds by a conviction of the...
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