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" ... they are sung with a clear voice and modulation most suitable, I acknowledge the great use of this institution. Thus I fluctuate between peril of pleasure, and approved wholesomeness ; inclined the rather (though not as pronouncing an irrevocable... "
Sanskrit and Its Kindred Literatures: Studies in Comparative Mythology - Pągina 339
per Laura Elizabeth Poor - 1880 - 468 pągines
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The Congregational magazine [formerly The London Christian instructor]., Volum 5

...rather, thougli not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion, to approve of the using of singing in the church, that so by the delight of the ears the weaker minds may rise to the feeling of devotion."* The Jesuit missionary, Nobrega, had no such scruples, and made good use 'of this " delight of the ears,"...
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The Evangelical Register: A Magazine for Promoting the Spread of ..., Volum 14

1842
...peril of pleasure and approved wholesomeness ; inclined the rather to approve the use of singing in the Church, that so, by the delight of the ears, the weaker minds may rise to the feeling of devotion.'' Basil, Ambrose, Jerome, and Chrysostom encouragedthe more elaborate kinds of choral psalmody. The antiphonal...
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A Library of Fathers of the Holy Catholic Church, Anterior to the ..., Volum 1

1842
...approve of the usage of singing in the church ; that so by Unceasing temptations of the sight. 211 the delight of the ears, the weaker minds may rise to the feeling of devotion. Yet when it befalls me to be more moved with the voice than the words sung, I confess to have sinned...
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The Confessions of S. Augustine: Revised from a Former Translation

Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.) - 1840 - 363 pągines
...rather (though not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion) to approve of the usage of singing in the. church ; that so by the delight of the ears, the weaker minds may rise to the feeling of devotion. Yet when it befalls me to be more moved with the voice than the words sung, I confess to have sinned...
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The confessions of s. Augustine

Augustine (st.) - 1848
...rather (though not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion) to approve of the usage of singing in the church ; that so by the delight of the ears, the weaker minds may rise to the feeling of devotion. Yet when it befalls me to be more moved with the voice than the words sung, I confess to have sinned...
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The Benares magazine

1850
...rather (though not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion) to approve of the usage of singing in the Church ; that so by the delight of the ears, the weaker minds may rise to the feeling of devotion. Yet when it befalls me to be more moved with the voice than the words sung, 1 confess to have sinned...
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The Voice of Christian Life in Song: Or, Hymns and Hymn-writers of Many ...

Elizabeth Rundle Charles - 1858 - 303 pągines
...rather (though not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion) to approve of the usage of singing in the church, that so by the delight of the ears the weaker minds may rise to the feelings of devotion. Yet, when it befalls me to be v more moved with the voice than with the words...
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The voice of Christian life in song; or, Hymns and hymn-writers of many ...

Elizabeth Charles - 1858
...rather (though not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion) to approve of the usage of singing in the church, that so by the delight of the ears the weaker minds may rise to the feelings of devotion. Yet, when it befalls me to be more moved with the voice than with the words sung,...
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Hymns, Their Writers, and Their Influence

Joseph Belcher - 1859
...the rather, though not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion, to approve of the use of singing in the church, that so by the delight of the ears the weaker minds may rise to the feelings of devotion." During the disastrous period emphatically termed "the dark ages," when ignorance...
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Historical Sketches of Hymns, Their Writers, and Their Influence

Joseph Belcher - 1859 - 415 pągines
...the rather, though not as pronouncing an irrevocable opinion, to approve of the use of singing in the church, that so by the delight of the ears the weaker minds may rise to the feelings of devotion." During the disastrous period emphatically termed "the dark ages," when ignorance...
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