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" But, as it is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature, when, upon a comparison of two things, one is found to be of greater importance than the other, to consider this other as of scarce any importance at all... "
Cottage Gardener and Country Gentleman's Companion - Page 115
1854
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1857
...certain we may learn this from his divine application of the passage, in the gospel. But, as it is oneof the peculiar weaknesses of human nature, when, upon...importance than the other, to consider this other M of scarce any importance at all ; it is highly necessary that we remind ourselves, how great presumption...
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The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ...

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1857
...in the gofpel. But, as it is one of the peculiar weaknefles of human nature, when, upon a comparifon of two things, one is found to be of greater importance than the other, to confider this other as of fcarce any importance at all : it is highly neceflary that we remind ourfelves,...
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Hobart's Analysis of Bishop Butler's Analogy of Religion, Natural and ...

Charles E. West - 1859
...the meaning of it; for the literal sense of the passage (Hos., vi.) has no difficulty in it. But as it is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature, when, upon comparison of two things, one is found to be of greater importance than the other, to consider the...
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The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ...

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1860
...it is certain we may learn this from his Divine application of the passage, in the Gospel. But, as it is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature,...when, upon a comparison of two things, one is found to beof greater importance than the other, to consider this other as of scarce any importance at all :...
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Nephaleia, Or, Total Abstinence from Intoxicating Liquors in Man's Normal ...

John Mair - Temperance - 1861 - 300 pages
...Bishop Butler expresses himself with great energy to the same effect, in the following words : "As it is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature,...greater importance than the other, to consider this of scarce any importance at all ; it is highly necessary that we remind ourselves, how great presumption...
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Lectures on Butler's Analogy of religion, to the constitution and course of ...

1864
...we are cautioned by the sagacious Butler, against a peculiar weakness of human nature, that when on a comparison of two things, one is found to be of greater importance than the other, we are prone to consider this other of scarce any importance at all. In his first sermon on the love...
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The Scottish guardian, Volume 1

1864
...division ;" and he added the following very apposite quotation from the great Bishop Butler : — " As it is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature, when, upon a comparison of two tilings, one is found to be of greater consequence than the other, to consider this other of scarce...
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The Congregational Quarterly, Volume 7

Joseph Sylvester Clark, Henry Martyn Dexter, Alonzo Hall Quint, Isaac Pendleton Langworthy, Christopher Cushing, Samuel Burnham - Congregational churches - 1865
...of mere polity, by a great remove from it, merely secondary ? Bibhop Butler has very truly said, " It is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature, when, upon the comparison of two things, one is found to be of greater importance than the other, to consider...
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The Congregational Quarterly, Volume 7

Joseph Sylvester Clark, Henry Martyn Dexter, Alonzo Hall Quint, Isaac Pendleton Langworthy, Christopher Cushing, Samuel Burnham - Congregational churches - 1865
...of mere polity, by a great remove from it, merely secondary ? Bishop Butler has very truly said, " It is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature, when, upon the comparison of two things, one is found to be of greater importance than the other, to consider...
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Debates and Proceedings of the National Council of Congregational Churches ...

James Manning Winchell Yerrinton, Henry Martyn Parkhurst - Congregational churches - 1866 - 530 pages
...Butler has very truly said, " It is one of the peculiar weaknesses of human nature, when, upon the comparison of two things, one is found to be of greater...importance than the other, to consider this other as of scarce any importance at all." I must add that it seems to me that this is pre-eminently " the...
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