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English citations of adæquacy
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- 1723, Thomas Rymer, A General Representation of Reveal’d Religion; Chapter VIII, page #181:
- When ſuch Authors, therefore, declare other Methods poſſible, they muſt be undeſtood to declare in the ſame Sentence, that ſuch Natural Adæquacy was not originally and abſtractedly neceſſary : And if ſo, all Chirſtians need not be entangled with ſuch Difficulties.