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Erroneous Opinions Imputed to the Apostles.
... been possessed. The malady was real, the cure was real, whether the popular
explication of the cause was well founded or not. The ...
/.../paley/evidences of christianity/chapter ii erroneous opinions imputed.htm

Massillon -- the Small Number of the Elect
... life. As every one flatters himself he will not be excluded, it is of
importance to examine if his confidence be well founded. I ...
/.../kleiser/the worlds great sermons volume 3/massillon the small number.htm

Phrases for Talkers
... desultory liking for music It seems incredible A kind of detached ideal It blunts
the finer sensibilities Beyond question or cavil A well-founded suspicion It ...
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Subject of which we Write.
... neighbours. For it is the part of a true and well-founded love, not only
to wish one's self to be saved, but also all the brethren. ...
/.../smyrna/the martyrdom of the holy polycarp/chapter i subject of which we.htm

... Revised Version at the lectern in the public service of the Church, where this is
desired by clergy and people, is not open to any well-founded objection, and ...
/.../ellicott/addresses on the revised version of holy scripture/footnotes .htm

... It may be sworn for a good end, even to those whose pretensions to power and authority
may not be well founded, but not as if they had a right to claim it, but ...
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Definition of Actual Grace
... God. This conviction is well founded. God was under no necessity of creating
anything: creation was an act of His free-will. Again ...
/.../pohle/grace actual and habitual/section 1 definition of actual.htm

Accusers Challenged
... they please in correcting and amending the text of ^* Horace or ^* Virgil, for it
is of little importance to us whether their criticisms be well founded or not ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/newton/messiah vol 2/sermon xlvi accusers challenged.htm

The Canon from Semler to the Present Time, with Reflections on Its ...
... It is true that well-founded doubts were entertained by the early Christians about
several portions, such as the second Epistle of Peter, the Epistle to the ...
/.../davidson/the canon of the bible/chapter xi the canon from.htm

A Challenge and a Shield
... dozen doubtful ones: but when it comes to only one, and that such a sufficient one
as the truth that "It is Christ that died," we have a well-founded hope, in ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 38 1892/a challenge and a shield.htm

Well-founded (1 Occurrence)
Well-founded. Well-fortified, Well-founded. Well-grounded .
Multi-Version Concordance Well-founded (1 Occurrence). Jeremiah ...
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Zaphon (4 Occurrences)
... 259) objects to the identification that Tell 'Amateh corresponds to the Asophon
of Josephus (Ant., XIII, xii, 5). But this objection does not seem wellfounded...
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... The opinion is wellfounded that the Gospels were published by the apostles orally
before they were committed to writing, and that each had an independent ...
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Well-grounded (1 Occurrence)
Well-grounded. Well-founded, Well-grounded. Well-hewn . Multi-Version Concordance ...
(WEY). Well-founded, Well-grounded. Well-hewn . Reference Bible.
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Well-fortified (1 Occurrence)
Well-fortified. Well-fenced, Well-fortified. Well-founded . Multi-Version
Concordance ... (WEB JPS ASV NAS RSV). Well-fenced, Well-fortified. Well-founded ...
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Faithfulness (91 Occurrences)
... In the Niphal it denotes the firmness of that which is supported, for example, a
child which is carried (Isaiah 60:4); a well-founded house (1 Samuel 2:35; 1 ...
/f/faithfulness.htm - 58k

... 5. (superl.) Not wellfounded; not firm or trustworthy; erroneous; as, a false
claim; a false conclusion; a false construction in grammar. ...
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Mark (182 Occurrences)
... Mark, Gospel according to. It is the current and apparently well-founded tradition
that Mark derived his information mainly from the discourses of Peter. ...
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Boasts (18 Occurrences)
... (See NAS NIV). Jeremiah 48:30 I know his arrogancy, saith the LORD, that it is
ill-founded; his boastings have wrought nothing well-founded. (See NAS RSV NIV). ...
/b/boasts.htm - 11k

Faithful (136 Occurrences)
... In the Niphal it denotes the firmness of that which is supported, for example, a
child which is carried (Isaiah 60:4); a well-founded house (1 Samuel 2:35; 1 ...
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