It has been followed by some very interesting and important New Testament studies (Beitreige zur Einleitung in das neue Testament, 1906 sqq.; Engl.
Renan, L'Ecclesiaste (1882); Bickell, Der Prediger (1884) and Kohel.- Untersuchungen (1886; Engl.
An ancient church order which belongs to the latter part of the 2nd century (see Harnack's Sources of Apostolic Canons, Engl.
An earlier work, Geschichte des engl.
xlvi.; Drake, Essays on the " Spectator," " Tatler," &c. (1810-1814); Courthope, Addison (" Engl.
in Studien zur engl.
Kirche in Schottland (2 vols., Mainz, 1883; Engl.
C. Paues, A Fourteenth-Century Engl.
1901-1908); for London, Charles Roach Smith, Roman London (1859) for Christianity in Roman Britain, Engl.
For the end of, Roman Britain see Engl.
His father died when he was still young, and he as educated at the court of his uncle Richard I., king of Engl nd, under whose leadership he gained valuable experience in ar, being appointed duke of Aquitaine, count of Poitou and earl of Yorkshire.
351); Bullinger, Der Wiedertdufer Ursprung (1560); Gieseler, Ecclesiastical History, Engl.
Miracles are at variance with the divine purpose; without miracles there could be no revelation" (Piinjer, History of Christian Philosophy of Religion since Kant, Engl.
(Paris, 1881; Engl.
Mythus and Religion (1905-6); Ladd, The Philosophy of Religion (2 vols., London, 3906); Hoffding, The Philosophy of Religion (Engl.
A rain-band is "a dark band in the solar spectrum, caused by the presence of water-vapour in the atmosphere" (New Engl.
See also Graetz, History of the Jews (Engl.
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