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An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, Tr. by A. Maclaine
<span dir=ltr>Johann Lorenz Von Mosheim</span>
אין תצוגה מקדימה זמינה - 2019
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עמוד 397 - Give none offence, neither to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, nor to the church of God : 33 Even as I please all men in all things, not seeking mine own profit, but the profit of many, that they may be saved.
עמוד 126 - Europe : but it sunk almost at once, when the Vandals were driven out of Africa, and the Goths out of Italy by the arms of Justinian.
עמוד 227 - ,h and which being followed as a model by many productions of the same kind composed by private persons from a principle of pious zeal, contributed much to nourish the indolence, and to perpetuate the ignorance of a worthless clergy.
עמוד 157 - We see here a large and ample description of the character of a good Christian, in which there is not the least mention of the love of God, resignation to his will, obedience to his laws, or of justice, benevolence, and charity, towards men, and in which the whole of religion is made to consist in coming often to the church, bringing offerings to the altar, lighting candles in consecrated places, and such like vain services.
עמוד 36 - ... still observed with only some slight alterations; all this swelled of necessity the torrent of superstition, and deformed the beauty of the Christian religion and worship with those corrupt remains of paganism, which still subsist in a certain Church.
עמוד 358 - ... perfumes. One Holy Thursday, as he was celebrating highmass, his groom brought him the joyful news that one of his favourite mares had foaled ; upon which he threw down the Liturgy, left the church, and ran in raptures to the stable, where, having expressed his joy at that grand event, he returned to the altar to finish the divine service, which he had left interrupted during his absence
עמוד 240 - Baronium, torn. iii. p. 323. is of opinion, that this controversy had both its date and its occasion from the dispute concerning images : for when the Latins treated the Greeks as heretics, on account of their opposition to image worship, the Greeks, in their turn, charged the Latins also with heresy, on account of their maintaining that the Holy Ghost proceeded from the Father and the Son.
עמוד 373 - Both Greeks and Latins placed the essence and life of religion in the worship of images and departed saints ; in searching after with zeal, and preserving with a devout care and veneration, the sacred relics of holy men and women, and in accumulating riches upon the priests and monks, whose opulence increased with the progress of superstition.
עמוד 115 - ... or shutting themselves up in a narrow space, where they continued motionless ; by standing for a long time in certain postures with their eyes closed, in the enthusiastic expectation of divine light. All this was saint-like and glorious ; and the more that any ambitious fanatic departed from the dictates of reason and common sense, and counterfeited the wild gestures and the incoherent conduct of an idiot or a lunatic, the surer was his prospect of obtaining an eminent rank among the heroes and...