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" Yet they were disciples, believers in Jesus ; but when questioned whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believed, they declared that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. "
Reasons Offered by Samuel Eddy, Esquire, for His Opinions: To the First ... - Página 17
por Samuel Eddy - 1826 - 24 páginas
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An Historical Discourse Delivered at the Celebration of the Second ...

William Hague - 1839 - 242 páginas
...asserting that the Father, called by trinitarians the first person in the trinity, is the only true God? disciples, believers in Jesus; but when questioned...so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. Acts xix. 2. is it possible that this could have been the case, had they been taught that there was...
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Unitarianism Defended: A Series of Lectures

1839 - 966 páginas
...at Ephesus, who had not received the witnessing power and presence of the Holy Spirit. They declare that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Spirit. To what, then, says the Apostle were you baptized ; not into whom, observe, but into what were...
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The Word Baptizo Defined: And the Mode of Baptism Proved from the Scriptures

John H. Hall - 1840 - 138 páginas
...their baptism, that he must die. Also, the case of the disciples at Ephesus, in Acts six. 1 to 6, who had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost ; neither were they aware (until informed by St. Paul) that, in being baptized with John's baptism,...
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Tracts of the American Unitarian Association

1841 - 406 páginas
...trinity, is the only true God ? That neither Christ nor his forerunner taught this doctrine, is inferable from other considerations. The case of the twelve...person in the Godhead called the Holy Ghost, equal with the Father, and equally with him an object of worship, of praise and thanksgiving ? John told...
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An Appeal to the Candid of All Denominations: In which the Obligation ...

Henry Slicer - 1841 - 292 páginas
...And so little were the disciples at Ephesus acquainted with Christianity in its doctrines or spirit, that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. We request yon to refer to the passage and read it attentively, as we shall have occasion to quote...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volumen22

1842 - 752 páginas
...certain disciples, his first inquiry was, "Have ye received the HOLY GHOST?" And, on their replying that they had not so much as heard whether there was any HOLT GHOST, he asked them whether they had not partaken of Christian baptism, (a proof, by the way,...
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The History of Christianity: From Its Promulgation to Its Legal ...

William Cooke Taylor - 1844 - 380 páginas
...Ephesus, where several events occurred that deserve our notice. Here St. Paul found certain disciples, who had not "so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost." It is probable that these persons, and Apollos, who was similarly circumstanced, had left Judsea before...
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Sermons for Sundays, festivals and fasts, contributed by bishops ..., Volumen1

Alexander Watson - 1845 - 528 páginas
...certain disciples, his first inquiry was, " Have ye received the HOLY GHOST?" And on their replying that they had not so much as heard whether there was any HoLY GHOST, he asked them whether they had not partaken of Christian Baptism, (a proof, by the 'way, that he considered...
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The Authentic Report of the Theological Discussion Between the Rev. W. Cooke ...

William Cooke, Joseph Barker - 1845 - 512 páginas
...be any Holy Ghost." They •were disciples. Paul regarded them as true Christian disciples. But yet they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost". Another statement is that a man cannot be a Christian unless he believes in Satisfaction to Justice...
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Authentic Report of the Public Discussion Between Joseph Barker and William ...

Joseph Barker, William Cooke, John Selkirk - 1845 - 634 páginas
...there be any Holy Ghost." They were disciples. Paul regarded them as true Christian disciples. But yet they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. Another statement is that a man cannot be a Christian unless he believes in Satisfaction to Justice...
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