3 edition of The power of Unitarian Christianity to produce an enlightened and fervent piety found in the catalog.
The power of Unitarian Christianity to produce an enlightened and fervent piety
William Ellery Channing
|Statement||by W.E. Channing.|
|Contributions||American Unitarian Association., YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 10858|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||96184853|
Our founding fathers were Christians. Answer To plainly say they were "Christians" is a bit misleading. Some of them were, but others were deists, or believed in . ing the power of this so-called "queen" for a little season, that the world will be under a great strain as respects any presentation of the Truth. And those found loyal to God and to principle will doubtless suffer therefor. At the time of Babylon's fall, the mighty ones of the earth, financial and political princes and kings, will stand.
Quotes; left and right (A work in progress. Best viewed in Firefox). Quotes regarding a Biblical/Christian Foundation in America, contrasted by quotes of Hitler, along with some by Marx, and Nietzsche, and which also serve to refute the contrived historical revisionist view of strict separationists who see the First Amendment as forbidding any Federal or State general . Introduction. It is a startling fact that the cults of today are conceived in the soil of orthodox, evangelical Christianity. Harold Bussell, in his excellent book Unholy Devotion: Why Cults Lure Christians, has come to this disturbing conclusion. A close examination of popular Western cults reveals that many began in an Evangelical church or under leaders who claimed .
After the Constitution was ratified, Congress contemplated whether it should request the President to declare a national day of Thanksgiving to God. Atheists might tell us that the very suggestion was immediately shot down on the grounds that "the Constitution is a secular document!" The Annals of Congress for S record these. This text-based PDF was prepared by the typesetters of the LF book. EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. HTML: MB: This version has been converted from the .
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[Unitarian Tracts], 1 st series, no. Printed for the American Unitarian Association by James Munroe and Co., An extensive book-chapter on Christian women of early Christianity, Roman Catholicism, and Eastern Orthodox Christian traditions. Chapter Seven Women of Early Christianity, Roman Catholicism, and Eastern Orthodoxy fervent Catholic piety for Mary would die out, lacking official support.
The azure dome, called the firmament in the book of Genesis, was believed to be a solid transparency, which we find described, in the fourth chapter and sixth verse, of that collection of Astronomical Allegories, called the Apocalypse, or Book of Revelation, "as a sea of glass like unto crystal." It was represented as being supported by four.
But, as soon as we enter the book of Psalms, the wanting element of recorded religious experience appears in full power. Now, what we stated of the tendency of a covenant with an immortal god, and with reference to an eternal plan to produce the belief of.
INTRODUCTION. Savonarola was a speaker rather than a writer. His was the eloquent ministry of the living word, rather than the calm apostolate of the lifeless pen.
He was more at home when standing in the pulpit of the Duomo in Florence, facing the panting, throbbing crowd, numbering thousands, who, with itching ears and thirsting souls, drank in his every word, as though the. THE WILL TO POWER IN NATURE 1. The Mechanical Interpretation of the World 2.
The Will to Power as Life (a) The Organic Process (b) Man 3. Theory of the Will to Power and of Valuations III. THE WILL TO POWER AS EXEMPLIFIED IN SOCIETY AND IN THE INDIVIDUAL 1.
Society and the State 2. The Individual IV. THE WILL TO POWER IN ART FOURTH BOOK. HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH *. HISTORY. MODERN CHRISTIANITY. THE REFORMATION. FROM A.D. TO CHAPTER I. ORIENTATION. Now the Lord is the Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.—2 Cor.
Would he see and feel its power, let him see it warm living, breathing, acting in the mind, heart, and life of its Founder. Let him love it there. In other words, let him love the character of Jesus, justly viewed, and he will love the religion in the way most fitted to. This banner text can have markup.
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It is the book, the one book, the only book, setting forth the one religion for all peoples on all the face of the earth. By J. Sidlow Baxter, (a summary by Pat Evert) Download Explore the The author gives wonderful insight into the meaning of the Bible.
He explains many difficult things to understand, but mostly I appreciate his aid in showing the distinct contribution of each book of the Bible and. Here is the grand defect of Digby's book, and here is the point on which we insist.
There is no truth in the assumption which Digby appears to make, and which our Unitarian friend really does make (p. ), that "the Church had a thousand years of almost triumphant ascendency.". PROP. —As this Kingdom is specially given to “the Son of Man” as the result of His obedience, sufferings, and death, it must be something different from His Divine nature, or from “piety,” “religion,” “God’s reign in the heart,” etc.
Full text of "The Unitarian; a monthly magazine of liberal Christianity" See other formats. America’s Founding Fathers and Early Statesmen: A Few Declarations on Jesus, Christianity and the Bible T omorrow is the National Day of Prayer. It has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal district court in Wisconsin.
The power of the Christian religion to excite the worst passions of men. It is a "savour of life unto life, or of death unto death." Christianity either kills or saves. We have become so familiar with it externally as to cast a doubt upon this. It has become possible for nominal Christian believers to care nothing about their faith.
This striking revival of religious piety and its emphasis on salvation ultimately transformed the religious order of Connecticut. The decline in piety among the second generation of Puritans, which stemmed from economic changes, political transformations, and Enlightenment rationalism, was the primary cause of the Great Awakening.
Faith acts on the emotions. These two, imagination and sensibility, stimulate hope, that in turn rises above the senses and comprehends, to some extent, the mighty forces engaged on the side of goodness.
The power of God in Christianity makes its way slowly to the heart, while Satanic influence is demonstrative to the eye. The Bible, therefore, is not only, nor principally, a book for the learned, but a book of life for every one, an epistle written by the Holy Spirit to mankind.
In the words of Christ and his apostles there breathes the highest and holiest spiritual power, the vivifying breath of God, piercing bone and marrow, thrilling through the heart and. Verse 2 Samuel The Lord blessed Obed-edom, and all his household. The ark in the house of Obed-edom. The wanderings of the ark and the opposite effects which its presence produced according to the manner of its reception, are symbols of a great truth which runs all through human life, and is most especially manifested in the message and the mission of .And there is power in man’s hand as well as skill; he can apply force in ways which none of them can approach.
I. In relations to God Himself, the word “hand” is used To denote His eternal purpose and almighty power (Acts ; Acts ).
2. To denote His mighty power to keep, defend, preserve (John ; Isaiah ). 3.The International Unitarian Journal Volume 2, Number 1, December Rev. John White Chadwick, DD. ( - ) Unitarian Minister, Author, Poet A Magazine Devoted to Modern Unitarian and New.