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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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The Life of Lady Jane Grey

David W. Bartlett - 1853 - 298 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 woman without seed of man, and to walk upon the sea, having a body, and other such like miracles as he wrought by...
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The Church Historians of England: Reformation Period, Volumen6,Parte2

Josiah Pratt - 1859
...it was not eaten of his disciples." 1554. 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 born of a virgin, as to walk •)• upon the sea, having a body, and other such like miracles...
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Twice Crowned: A Story of the Days of Queen Mary

Harriet Burn McKeever - 1882
...it was not eaten of his disciples." " Why," replied the priest, " is it not as possible that Christ, by his power, could make his body both to be eaten and broken, as to work other miracles by his power ? " " Yea, verily, he might have done so ; but he was not working...
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"Jane the Quene,": Being Some Account of the Life and Literary Remains of ...

Philip Sidney - 1900 - 154 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 Virgin, as to walk upon the sea, having a body, and other such like miracles as...
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'Jane the quene', some account of the life and literary remains of lady Jane ...

Philip Sidney - 1900
...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 Virgin, as to walk upon the sea, having a body, and other such like miracles as...
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Publications, Tema 103

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1842
...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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