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That a professor should be learned, and that a bishop should be orthodox, was a matter of course; but that an ambassador should hold forth on hieroglyphics and the antiquity of man rather than on the _chronique scandaleuse_ of Paris; that a Prussian statesman should spend his mornings on the Ignatian Epistles rather than in writing gossiping letters to ladies in waiting at Berlin and Potsdam; that this learned man “who ought to know,” should profess the simple faith of a child and the boldest freedom of a philosopher, was enough to startle society, both high and low.
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Da Costa, converted Jew at Amsterdam, 445. Daillé, on Ignatian Epistles, 132. D’Alembert, 178.
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Daillé’s criticism on the Ignatian Epistles (1666) had shown similar sagacity to that afterwards displayed by Bentley, and bore to his inquiries the same relation which those just named in the test bore to those of Mills.
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Examples of Ignatian

Example #1
How Bunsen inspired those who knew him with confidence, how he was consulted, and how he was loved, may be seen from some of the letters addressed to him, though few only of such letters have been published in his “Memoirs.
Example #2
People who would scarcely have listened to the arguments of a German professor sat humbly at the feet of an ambassador and of a man of the world.
Example #3
Damascenus, J. 388. Damiron, pref.
Example #4
Daniel, Book of, Porphyry’s attack on, 60 seq.
Example #5
In their successors the inquiry becomes less psychological and more critical, and therefore less elevated by the abstract nature of the speculative above the struggle of theological polemic.
Example #6
We have seen, in Toland and Shaftesbury respectively, a discussion on the metaphysical and ethical basis of religion, together with a few traces of the rise of criticism in reference to the canon.