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  • John Howe (1630–1705) was an English Puritan clergyman, chaplain to Oliver Cromwell No man can certainly know, or ought to conclude, concerning himself
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  • John Howe is a name shared by more than one notable person: John Howe (cleric) (1630–1705), English Puritan theologian John Howe (artist) (born 1957),
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  • world, will never distinguish him from a perishing world. John Howe, The works of the Rev. John Howe vol. 2 (1835) p. 798. The canon of the [sharia] and the
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  • (including Senator Charles G. Sumner) were all Unitarians; they hated the Puritan faith of their forefathers with a passion. Their purpose in promoting state
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  • Longfellow, Christus, The Golden Legend (1872), Part VI. Trust no future, howe'er pleasant! Let the dead past bury its dead! Act,—act in the living Present
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  • Tod, I. 3. 32 Upon my lips the breath of song, Within my heart a rhyme, Howe'er time trips or lags along, I keep abreast with time! Clinton Scollard
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