Reflexions on the growth of heathenism among modern Christians

... By a presbyter of the Church of England. by Jones, William

Publisher: printed for J. and F. Rivington, G. Robinson, M. Folingsby; and D. Prince, at Oxford in London

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3998, no. 11.
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Number of Pages36
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We may perhaps gather that he was in a high station of life, for otherwise his very unorthodox reflexions could hardly have escaped oblivion. He. MĀ-BĀP, s. 'Āp mā-bāp hai khudāwand!' 'You, my Lord, are my mother and father!'This is an address from a native, seeking assistance, or begging release from a penalty, or reluctant to obey an order, which the young ṣāhib hears at first with astonishment, but soon as a matter of course.

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[12] Kennet's Roman Antiquities, Lib. XI, C. (D) With Migne’s edition the publication of a complete Athanasius (so far as his works are known to be extant) is attained, although there is still everything to be done towards the revision of the text on a critical basis.

Among modern editions of large portions of Athanasius from the Benedictine text may be mentioned (25) Thilo, Athan. Opp. Look for this book on Amazon. Tweet. We have new books nearly every day. If you would like a news letter once a week or once a month fill out this form and we will give you a summary of the books for that week or month by email.

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