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" Majesty, there grew, gradually as the outline on a stone, the conviction in his heart that there were sensible men in all religions, and abstemious thinkers, and men endowed with miraculous powers, among all nations. If some true knowledge was thus everywhere... "
Medieval India: From Sultanat to the Mughals Part - II - Page 179
by Satish Chandra - 2005 - 290 pages
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 5

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1873
...all religions, and abstemious thinkers, and men endowed with miraculous powers, among all nations. If some true knowledge was thus everywhere to be found,...to a creed like Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old ? Why should one sect assert what another denies, and why should...
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 5

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1873
...all religions, and abstemious thinkers, and men endowed with miraculous powers, among all nations. If some true knowledge was thus everywhere to be found,...to a creed like Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old ? Why should one sect assert what another denies, and why should...
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Introduction to the Science of Religion: Four Lectures Delivered at the ...

Friedrich Max Müller - Religions - 1873 - 403 pages
...all religions, and abstemious thinkers, and men endowed with miraculous powers, among all nations. If some true knowledge was thus everywhere to be found,...truth be confined to one religion, or to a creed like the Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old ; why should one sect assert...
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The Ain i Akbari, Volume 1

Abū al-Faz̤l ibn Mubārak - India - 1873 - 678 pages
...all religions, and abstemious thinkers, and men endowed with miraculous powers, among all nations. If some true knowledge was thus everywhere to be found,...truth be confined to one religion, or to a creed like the Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old ; why should one sect assert...
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The Theological Review, Volume 11

Christianity - 1874
...were sensible men in all relifions" ! Well indeed might the believer ask, " If some true nowledge were thus everywhere to be found, why should truth be confined to one religion, or to a creed like the Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old ? why should one sect assert...
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Akbar, Volume 2

George Bruce Malleson - India - 1890 - 204 pages
...abstemious thinkers, and men endowed with miraculous powers, among all nations. If some true knowledge were thus everywhere to be found, why should truth be confined...to a creed like Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old ; why should one sect assert what another denies, and why should...
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Lionel Tennyson

Lionel Tennyson - 1891 - 225 pages
...abstemious thinkers and men endowed with miraculous powers among all nations. If some true knowledge were thus everywhere to be found, why should truth be confined to one religion or to a creed like Isldm, which was comparatively new, an eclectic religious system.) Its date is 1571. The great hot...
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Introduction to the Science of Religion

F. Max Muller - 1893
...all religions, and, abstemious thinkers, and men endowed with miraculous powers, among all nations. If some true knowledge was thus everywhere to be found, why should truth be confined to one religion, or a creed like the Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old t why should...
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The Mogul Emperors of Hindustan, A.D. 1389- A.D. 1707, Part 1707

Edward Singleton Holden - India - 1895 - 365 pages
...heart, and there grew the conviction that there were sensible men in all religions (and in all ages). If some true knowledge was thus everywhere to be found,...one religion ; or to a creed like Islam, which was scarcely a thousand years old ? " " The doctrine of the transmigration of souls, especially, took deep...
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Akbar: His Position in Indian History and His Influence on Indian Nations

Manu Nandshankar Mehta - 1897 - 142 pages
...all nations. If some true knowledge was everywhere to be found, why should truth be confined to any one religion, or to a creed like Islam, which was comparatively new, and scarcely a thousand years old. His Majesty cast aside the Islamitic revelations regarding resurrection,...
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