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And they worked this unhistorical belief to its breaking point in their Biblical exegesis.
It is no longer safe to reject a narrative as "unhistorical" simply on the ground of the imperfection of our own knowledge.
Most of these have their historical side; but their unhistorical and scientific side most interests the great body of learners.
These books, no matter how unhistorical in parts and at times, are profoundly true.
Reverently and in the deepest love for Christianity he had made the unhistorical character of the Pentateuch clear as noonday.
This unhistorical idealisation of the past, even of a barbarous past, was very characteristic of Newman and his friends.
OUTSPOKEN ESSAYSWILLIAM RALPH INGE
It is unhistorical elements that have brought us from mere history to more than history.
That mystic air is haunted little from the past, for properly speaking there never was a city so unhistorical in temperament.
The title itself proves that it is not a "chronicle" but an unhistorical fiction.
Geographical indications are very frequently erroneous, while historical persons figure in quite unhistorical relationships.
THE HEROIC AGEH. MUNRO CHADWICK

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