from The Century Dictionary.
- In the manner of a mediator; as a mediator.
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Son, who as lovingly gave Himself, would send the Divine Spirit mediatorially to reveal and interpret both, who should not operate in the world on the same principle of impartiality and universality?
The Doctrines of Predestination, Reprobation, and Election Robert Wallace
Science is _systematized knowing_, and is a middle term, or stands and functionates mediatorially between Impression or Nature and Expression or Art. Nature or the external world impresses itself upon mind, primarily, through the Senses, and predominantly stands related with the sense of
Continental Monthly , Vol. 5, No. 6, June, 1864 Devoted to Literature and National Policy Various
Both at the creation and in revelation He had acted mediatorially and vicariously.
The Beginnings of Christianity. Vol. II. 1872-1939 1904
He shall exercise His power mediatorially as priest on His throne (Zec 6: 13); therefore His reign is for a limited period, which it could not be if it were the final and everlasting state of glory.
The priest gave such assurance by mediatorially receiving the offerings, and representing, by sprinkling the blood of the slain animals, _the purifying effect of the suffering of death_.
An Essay on the Scriptural Doctrine of Immortality James Challis 1842
The change which shall then take place, shall be in the manner of administration, not in the kingdom itself; God shall then come into direct connection with the earth, instead of mediatorially, when Christ shall have fully and finally removed everything that severs asunder the holy God and a sinful earth (Col
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