New Views of Christianity, Society, and the Church

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J. Munroe, 1836 - 116 עמודים
 

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עמוד 102 - In that day shall there be upon the bells of the horses, Holiness unto the Lord ; And the pots in the Lord's house shall be like the bowls before the altar. Yea, every pot in Jerusalem and in Judah shall be holiness unto the Lord of hosts...
עמוד 13 - A new commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another : as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another,
עמוד 99 - Man will shudder at the bare idea of ,enslaving so noble a being as man. It will seem to him hardly less daring than to presume to task the motions of the Deity and to compel him to come and go at our bidding. When man learns the true value of man, the chains of the captive must be unloosed and the fetters of the slave fall off. Wars will fail. The sword will be beaten into the ploughshare and the spear into the pruning hook.
עמוד 94 - The divine attributes are first developed in ourselves, and thence transferred to our Creator. The idea of God, sublime and awful as it is, is the idea of our own spiritual nature, purified and enlarged to infinity. In ourselves are the elements of the Divinity. God, then, does not sustain a figurative resemblance to man. It is the resemblance of a parent to a child, the likeness of a kindred nature.
עמוד 102 - Pure religion, and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and the widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.
עמוד 33 - ... and with a far different aim, but still with substantially the same faith: "By means of the classics, the scholars of the fifteenth century were introduced to a world altogether unlike, and much superior [perhaps not] to that in which they lived, — to an order of ideas wholly diverse from those avowed or tolerated by the church. They were enchanted. They had found the ideal of their dreams. They became disgusted with the present, they repelled the civilization effected by the church, looked...
עמוד 54 - There is 5* probably not a man in this country, however much and justly he may esteem Priestley and Belsham, as bold and untiring advocates of reason and of Humanity, who would be willing to assume the defence of all their opinions. On the other hand Catholicism has revived, offered some able apologies for itself, made some eminent proselytes and alarmed many Protestants, even among ourselves.
עמוד 64 - It is important to notice from this statement that Ripley is not advocating idealism, for to advocate one side of the opposition can scarcely be called a reconciliation. If we object that the idealists do not deny the reality of matter, affirming it as a manifestation or phenomenon of...
עמוד 15 - It is mockery to talk to u& of peace where one of the two belligerent parties is annihilated. That were the peace of the grave. Jesus must then save both parties. The church has, therefore, with a truth it has never comprehended, called him God-Man. But if •the two terms and their products be originally and essentially antagonist ; if there be between them an innate hostility, their union, their reconciliation cannot be effected. Therefore in proposing the union, in attempting the atonement, Christianity...
עמוד 113 - But the time has now come for Humanity to understand itself, to accept the law imposed upon it for its own good, to foresee its end and march with intention steadily towards it. Its future religion is the religion of progress.

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