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" Why, is it not as possible that Christ, by his power, could make his body both to be eaten and broken... "
The Phenix - Página 36
por John Dunton - 1708
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Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high ...

William Cobbett, David Jardine - 1816
...broken upon the cross, it was not eaten of his disciples. Feek. Why? Is it not as possible thai Christ by his power could make his body both to be eaten and broken, and to be horn of я woman without seed of man, as to walk upon the sra having a body, and other such...
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The Friendly visitor, publ by W.C. Wilson

William Carus Wilson
...on the cross, 't was not eaten of his disciples. Feckenham. Why, is it not as possible that Christ, by his power, could make his body both to be eaten and broken, and to be born of a woman without man, as to walk upon the sea, having a body, and other such like...
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Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, Volumen1

Samuel Burder, George Jerment - 1827
...the cross, it was not eaten of his disciples. Feckenham. — Why, is it not as possible that Christ by his power could make his body both to be eaten and broken, and to be born of a woman without man, as to walk upon the sea having a body, and other such like miracles...
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Writings of Edward the Sixth, William Hugh, Queen Catherine Parr, Anne Askew ...

Edward VI (King of England) - 1831 - 506 páginas
...broken upon the cross, it was not eaten of his disciples. F. Why, is it not as possible that Christ by his power could make his body both to be eaten and broken, as to be born of a virgin, as to walk upon the sea, having a body, and other such-like miracles as he wrought by his power...
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Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women of Britain and America

David Francis Bacon - 1833 - 608 páginas
...the cross, it was not eaten of his disciples. Feckenham. — Why, is it not as possible that Christ by his power could make his body both to be eaten and broken, and to be born of a woman without man, as to walk upon the sea having a body, and other such miracles...
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The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: a New and Complete Edition: with a ...

John Foxe - 1838
...it was not eaten of his disciples." 15Д-4. Fecknam : — " Why, is it not as possible that Christ, by his power, could make ~ his body both to be eaten and broken, and to be bora of a virgin, as to walk f upon the sea, having a body, and other such like miracles...
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Lady Jane Grey; an historical romance

Thomas Miller - 1840
...doubtless) then it was not eaten of his disciples. " Feckenham. Why, is it not as possible that Christ by his power could make his body both to be eaten and broken, as to be born of a woman without seed of man, and as to walk on the sea having a body, and other such like miracles, which he wrought...
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British Reformers: Writings of Edward the Sixth, William Hugh, Queen ...

1842
...cross, it was not eaten of his disciples. jF. Why, is it not as possible that Christ by his power conld make his body both to be eaten and broken, as to be born of a virgin, as to walk upon the sea, having a body, and other such-like miracles as he wrought by his power...
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Foxe's book of martyrs. With notes by rev. J. Milner. With an essay on ...

John Foxe - 1848
...before his disciples, or else they were deceived. Fecknan}. Why, is it not as possible that Christ, by his power, could make his body both to be eaten and broken, and to be born of a virgin, as to walk upon the sea, having a body, and other such like miracles as...
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Gems of Female Biography

1852 - 430 páginas
...the cross, it was not eaten of his disciples. Feckenham. — Why, is it not as possible that Christ by his power could make his body both to be eaten and broken, and to be born of a. woman without man, as to walk upon the sea having a body, and other such like...
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