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The Poets are Unfit to be Religious Teachers.
... Chapter II"The poets are unfit to be religious teachers. Whom, then, ye men
of Greece, do ye call your teachers of religion? The poets? ...
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Of the Rituals of False Gods Instituted by the Kings of Greece in ...
... to appease his anger, through which they thought the regions of Greece were afflicted ...
Crete as true history; but this about Jupiter, which the poets sing, the ...
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Succession of Philosophers in Greece.
... Book I Chapter XIV."Succession of Philosophers in Greece. The Greeks say, that after
Orpheus and Linus, and the most ancient of the poets that appeared among ...
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Of the Follies which the Pagans have Indulged in Regarding Jupiter ...
... their worshippers ought all the more to render thanks to the poets, because their ...
and produce from thence the subjects which the writers of Greece have given ...
/.../augustine/the harmony of the gospels/chapter xxiii of the follies which.htm

... Wherefore, O men of Greece, seeing that your gods are grovelling like yourselves,
and ... But your own poets say them, and your own hymns and dramas declare them. ...
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The Mythical Hypothesis of Strauss.
... How strange, that unlettered and unskilled fishermen, or rather their obscure friends
and pupils, and not the philosophers and poets of classic Greece and Rome ...
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... The Theology of the Greek Poets. Boston, 1867. BF Cocker: Christianity and Greek
Philosophy; or the Relation between Reflective Thought in Greece and the ...
/.../schaff/history of the christian church volume i/section 11 heathenism.htm

Grecian Literature, and the Roman Empire.
... were successful imitators of Greek philosophers, orators, historians, and poets. ...
finest paintings and sculptures were imported from Greece, triumphal arches ...
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How they who were Men Obtained the Name of Gods.
... The poets also added their influence, and by means of poems composed to give pleasure,
raised them to the heaven; as ... "Why trustest thou, O Greece, to princely ...
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Subjects of Study. Home Education in Israel; Female Education. ...
... the exposure of children, or the various crimes by which ancient Greece and Rome ...
in the admiration of ages as the thinkers, the sages, the poets, the historians ...
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Acts 17:28
For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring.
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