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  • noun Plural form of assertor.

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Examples

  • Permit us to be assertors, to be devoted to assertions and delight in them, while you stick to your Skeptics and Academics till Christ calls you too.

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • Lucretius must have been the most religious assertors of the

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • STRANGER: And what about the assertors of the oneness of the all — must we not endeavour to ascertain from them what they mean by ‘being’?

    The Sophist

  • Is it not therefore evident the assertors of Matter destroy the plain obvious sense of Moses, with which their notions are utterly inconsistent; and instead of it obtrude on us I know not what; something equally unintelligible to themselves and me?

    Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous

  • That it is no privilege of truth to furnish its assertors with this persuasion, that the dissenters from it ought forcibly to be opposed, restrained, punished.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • Are not such bold assertors fitter to be catechised than to preach?

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • Christ, according to the persuasion of the assertors of universal grace, hath been before declared, and is by themselves not only confessed, but undertaken to be proved.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • Christ the wrath of God abideth on all, so that it is not actually removed from any: so the assertors of the efficacy of grace in France.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • Christ we conceive to be exceedingly undervalued by the assertors of universal redemption; for that it should be extended to this or that object, fewer or more, we showed before to be extrinsical to it.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • And of the success of such a trial, laying aside such failings as will adhere to my personal weakness, I am, by the grace of God, exceedingly confident; having, by his goodness, received some strength and opportunity to search into and seriously to weigh whatever the most famous assertors of universal redemption, whether Lutherans or Arminians, have been able to say in this cause.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

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