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" ... or that we ought from thence to conclude that he was not the author of them both ? You think " that law in Deuteronomy inhuman and brutal, which authorizes parents, the father and the mother, to bring their own children to have them stoned to death... "
The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review - Página 650
1796
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An Apology for the Bible: In a Series of Letters, Addressed to Thomas Paine ...

Richard Watson - 1796 - 146 páginas
...expreffion, or that we ought from thence to conclude, that he was not the author of them both ? » You think — " that law in Deuteronomy inhuman and...them ftoned to death for what it is pleafed to call flubbornnefs." — You are aware, I fuppofe, that paternal power, among the Romans, the Gauh, the Per/ians,...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volumen7

1796
...ground Paine makes a popular objedlion to form- part of the Mofaic J,aw, and his oDjcdion is molt aD!y refuted by theBilhop. " You think — " that law in...the mother, to bring their own children to have them ftrned to death for what it is p!eafed to call ftubbornncfs." — You are aware, I fuppofe, that paternal...
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An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters, addressed to T. Paine ...

Richard Watson (bp. of Llandaff.) - 1796
...of exprefllon, or that we ought from thence to conclude, that he was not the author of them both ? You think — " that law in Deuteronomy inhuman and...authorizes parents, the father and the mother, to bi ing their own children to hare them ftoned to death for what it is pleafed to call ftubbornnefs."...
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The Age of Infidelity: Part II.: In Answer to the Second Part of The Age of ...

Thomas Williams - 1796 - 140 páginas
...i8. — 2i. which he pronounces "an inhuman andbrutifh law, which authorizes parents to bring their children to have them ftoned to death, for what it is pleafed to call ftubbornnefs*." In this law we are to remark i. The character of the culprit, a. fan, not a daughters...
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An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to T. Paine ...

Richard Watson (bp. of Llandaff.) - 1808
...of expression, or that we ought from thence to conclude, that he was not the author of them both ? You think — " that law in Deuteronomy inhuman and...the mother, to bring their own children to have them stoned to death, for what it is pleased to call stubbornness." — You are aware, I suppose, that paternal...
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The Political and Miscellaneous Works of Thomas Paine ...

Thomas Paine - 1819
...any of the other books ; among which is that inhuman and brutal law, chap, xxi. ver. 18, iy, 20, 21, which authorizes parents, the father and the mother, to bring their own children to hare them stoned to death, for what it is pleased to call stubbornness. But priests have always been...
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Two Apologies: One for Christianity in a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Richard Watson - 1820 - 470 páginas
...of expression, or that we ought from thence to conclude, that he was not the author of them both ? You think — " that law in Deuteronomy inhuman and...the mother, to bring their own children to have them stoned to death for what it is pleased to call stubbornness." — You are aware, I suppose, that paternal...
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Two Apologies: One for Christianity, in a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Richard Watson - 1820 - 470 páginas
...to conclude, that he was not the author of them both ? You think—" that law in Deuteronomy inhumap and brutal, which authorizes parents, the father and...the mother, to bring their own children to have them stoned to death for what it is pleased to call stubbornness."— You are aware, I suppose, that paternal...
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Two Apologies: One for Christianity in a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Richard Watson - 1820 - 470 páginas
...author of them both ? You think— " that law in Deuteronomy inhuAN APOLOGY FOH THE BIBLE. 199 man and brutal, which authorizes parents, the father and...the mother, to bring their own children to have them stoned to death for what it is pleased to call stubbornness." — You are aware, I suppose, that paternal...
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The Report of the Proceedings of the Court of King's Bench: In the Guildhall ...

Richard Carlile - 1822 - 203 páginas
...any of the other books ; among which is, that inhuman and brutal law, chap. xxi. ver. 18, 19, 20, 21, which authorizes parents, the father and the mother, to bring their own children to have them stoned to death, for what it is pleased to call stubbornness. But priests have always been fond of...
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