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Zwei Reden an Kaiser und Reich; Volume: 145

By: Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556; Böhmer, Eduard, 1827-1906, ed
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Zwei Reden an Kaiser und Reich; Volume: 145

By: Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556; Böhmer, Eduard, 1827-1906, ed
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Original letters relative to the English reformation, written during the reigns of King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary: chiefly from the archives of Zurich

By: Robinson, Hastings, 1792-1866
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The Stoic Creed

By: Davidson, William Leslie, 1848-1929

... mode of guiding life|^As an important stage in the march of philosophical thought, and as a luminous chapter in the history of natural theology, it s... ...ion...... 2 II Psychology, as dating from Socrates . Nature ofpre-Socratic thought . The Ionic or Physical philosophers Result ofbeginning with a mate... ...nsettling tendency . What doctrines we get from Socrates Ethical doctrines Religious doctrines—God and Immortality How he stimulated to philosophy 5 6... ... XIV TABLE OF CONTENTS Interest of Democritus scientific, that of Epicurus religious Epicurean special teaching- Criticism of Democritus's velocity of... ... instinct with life . Its value as science and speculation Its ethical and religious value . Stoicism to be studied as an aid to right living Stoicism... ...f human nature ...... 260 Deals with concrete experience, and not abstract thought . 261 Rejects Absolutism ofthe bloodless type . . 262 III Over-emph... ...E STOIC CREED characteristics of Socrates, namely, his ethical spirit, his religious reverence, his psychological standpoint, his regard for experienc... ... for- getting to mention the true cause, which is, that the Athenians have thought fit to condemn me, and ac- cordingly I have thought it better and m... ...se on Methodand Meditations. 8 THE STOIC CREED corrupting the youth.i Not religious, any more than social or other, beliefwas safe, if it rested mere...

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The Emperor Marcus Antoninus;

By: Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180; Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726; Dacier, Andre, 1651-1722; Gataker, Thomas, 1574-1654; Pre 1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress); Translated by Jeremy Gollier
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Marcus Aurelius Antoninus to Himself : An English Translation with Introductory Study on Stoicism and the Last of the Stoics

By: Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180; Rendall, Gerald Henry, 1851-1945

...testify how simple and learned alike fall under his spell, and find in his Thoughts material that gives support to duty, courage under disappoint- men... ...gospel that will never grow old.' To Myers ' the life of Marcus '— and the Thoughts, they only, are the life — ' will remain for ever the normal high-... ... acquired and practised. As the work progresses, and as the same trains of thought recur, utterance becomes readier, and he wields his instrument with... ... movements ; language, 1 So M. Arnold. vi MARCUS ANTONINUS structure, and thought gain ease and freedom, almost with each successive book. The first ... ... is in advance of the poetry of actual phrase. And thus upon the whole the Thoughts may be num- bered among the books, in which a translator PREFACE ... ...ct. gradually realised. Its deeper implications—such, for instance, as the religious significance of pantheistic, immanence, the introduction of moral... ...nal behefs which commended Stoicism to men of patriotic, conservative, and religious temperament. Thus, though the School survived at Athens, and M. A... ...e subiectis et debellare superbos. One other trait of temperament is Roman—religious- ness ofmind. For poetry and literature, Rome borrowed . her myth... ...invisible powers of evil. With the exception, in a sense, of Julian, whose religious revival bordered on caricature, Marcus is the most 'god-fearing' ...

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The Antichrist Legend : A Chapter in Christianand Jewish Folklore, Englished from the German of W. Bousset, With a Prologue on the Babylonian Dragon Myth : Volume 23

By: Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920; Keane, Augustus Henry, 1833-1912
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Du Christianisme Au Germanisme; L'Évolution Religieuse Au 18E Siècle Et La Déviation De L'Idéal Moderne En Allemagne

By: Lote, René Albert Marie, 1883-
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Zwei Reden an Kaiser und Reich; Volume: 145

By: Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556; Böhmer, Eduard, 1827-1906, ed
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Zwei Reden an Kaiser und Reich; Volume: 145; Volume: 147-148; Volume: 150

By: Sleidanus, Johannes, 1506-1556; Böhmer, Eduard, 1827-1906, ed
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Roman Stoicism : Being Lectures on the History of the Stoic Philosophy with Special Reference to Its Development Within the Roman Empire

By: Arnold, Edward Vernon, 1857-1926

... regards Stoicism as the bridge between ancient and modern philo- sophical thought; a position which appears to be accepted by Vlll , PREFACE W. L. D... ...ss a conventional view of religion and morals, whilst he conceals his real thoughts in a spirit of reticence and almost of shame. Yet here and ther^ e... ...y ; but on the other hand it justifies the individual in asserting his own thoughts and choosing his own way of life. Thus philosophy on its arrival a... ...e Europe of the Middle Ages and of to-day professes an Oriental faith, its religious survey is still limited and its critical power impaired by the sa... ...deficient) from other sources. ( 6. ) The oldest of these philosophical or religious systems is that of the Chaldaeans, as the Romans termed a Chaldai... ...d years 17 . Zarathustra belonged to the tribe of the Magi, who maintained religious practices of which the 14 ' Eudoxus, qui inter sapientiae sectas ... ...in the London Guardian for Nov. 6, 1907. 26 Cicero rightly appreciated the religious character of the Persian invasions: ' delubra humanis consecrata ... ...all see in the course of this book, it profoundly influenced the course of religious history. The ' Angels ' or good Spirits of Persism are, from one ... ...he All-wise, That live for ever, and work justice. All seven have the same Thought, AH seven have the same Word, All seven have the same Deed. One Tho...

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Selected Works. Translated for the first time from the originals. The German Works by Lawrence A. McLouth, and the Latin by Henry Preble and George W. Gilmore

By: Zwingli, Ulrich, 1484-1531; McLouth, Lawrence Amos, 1863-1927; Preble, Henry, 1853-1929; Gilmore, George William, 1857-; Jackson, Samuel Macaulay, 1851-1912
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Studies on the English Reformation

By: Williams, John, 1817-1899
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Studies on the English Reformation

By: Williams, John, 1817-1899

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Religious Literature Collection; Theological Literature

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A Christian's Gift to a Christian Friend : A Selection of Religious and Perceptive Extracts, In Prose and Verse

....WorldLibrary.net ©miEiig'if'ii^sj'^ mnwT CHRISTIAN FRIEND: ^ ^clrrtt0n of RELIGIOUS AND PRECEPTIVE EXTRACTS, IN PROSE AXD VERSE. CAULISLE: PUBLISHE... ... friendship, or the memorial of affection. The selection is principally of a religious nature, containing sentiments and extracts from the n:ost emine... ...of Christianity ... On the Beauties of the Psalms On the true Honour of ]Mau Thoughts on ^lortality Beholdmy IMothcr and my Bre threu .... Innocence P... ...hority of the Conscience The Surrender of the Heart Conviction and Pardon On Religious Convictions . The Infant's Dream . *' It is good to he here " N... ...ity in matters of Religion .... WMsdorn, Divine and Human Bridal Greetings A Thought on the Sea Shore Fragment..... Hymn of Thanksgiving for the Close... ...Thy li^ht, in vain TTould try To trace Thy counsels, infinite and dark : And thought is lost ere thought can soar so high. Even like past moments in e... ...oit. Though multiplied by myriads, and array'd In all the glory of sublimest thought. Is but an atom in the balance weighed Against Thy greatness, is ... ...e many opinions, many creeds, professions, and denominations, and some truly religious persons in them all ; yet there is, and can be but one true rel... ...ure hath need of our assistance, to enquire to what country he belongs, what religious tenets he professes, or what party name he wears, betrays the m...

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The Analogy of Revelation and Science Established in a Series of Lectures Delivered before the University of Oxford, In the Year MdCCCxxxiii, On the Foundation of the Late Rev. John Bampton, M. A., Canon of Salisbury

By: Nolan, Frederick, 1784-1864

...ted ; he has been led to express his opin- ions with a freedom, which may be thought to de- mand explanation ; and has been drawn into a course of inv... ...avorite pursuit; as tending to enlarge the store and elevate the tone of our religious knowledge. Nor can the claims, which have been frequently urged... ...rst Cause is wholly disregarded ; those causes which are secondary are alone thought deserving of in- quiry. Instead of the properties of the divine M... ...lation and Science ; and the dream that last occupied his sleeping or waking thoughts, is not less qualified to bear the test of truth ; or the bubble... ...ptic ; and the decision of which, in its moral effects, not to insist on its religious ten- dency, is pregnant with consequences, of the highest momen... ...ficiency at any time conspired with the operations of nature, I would not be thought to admit, that we are warranted in supposing, it was atall exerte... ... and corporal powers ; as they are incapable of sharing one of our moral and religious impres- sions, want the distinctive attribute of our na- ture. ... ...science disappears. The sacred legislator, it is admitted, addresses us in a religious, not a philosophical character ; but in demanding our LECTURE ... ...s, the uni- verse had been prefigured. The Holy of Holies, in both places of religious worship, corresponded with the highest heaven, which was sancti...

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Christian Evidences Viewed in Relation to Modern Thought : Eight Lectures Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1877

By: Row, Charles Adolphus, 1816-1896

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org RELATION TO MODERN THOUGHT, 1877 Title: CHRISTIAN EVIDENCES VIEWED IN RELATION TO MODER... ...... ...d Sunday School Institute. CHRISTIAN EVIDENCES VIEWED IN RELATION TO MODERN THOUGHT. EIGHT LECTURES PREACHED BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD IN THE Y... ...roof of the presence of tiic X CONTENTS. supcrhiimnn, 136. The condition of thought out of which Chrisitianity must have been evolved if it owed its ... ... action corresponds to the necessities of man's moral constitution, 172. The religious principle in man in its bearing on moral action, 173. The resul... ...ether I sj)eak of Myself" (John vii. 17). This, though pre-eminently true of religious truth, is applicable to every kind of truth, except perhaps the... ...of popular theology are in the habit of raising against the use of reason in religious investigations, and the mode in which it is constantly spoken o... ...t is steadily moving in an opposite direction. It justly refuses to rest its religious convictions on the authority of others, and demand.s, on a subj... ...tical assertions. They exhibit it as directly forming the basis on which his religious life was founded. They are consistent with one idea^ and with o...

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Studies in the English reformation

By: Clarke, Henry Lowther, 1850-1926, Abp
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The Popular Evidence of Christianity : Stated and Explained

By: Lancaster, Thomas William, 1787-1859

..., every possible supposition of fanaticism 219 XLVI. The principles of our religious convictions do not embrace any essential impossibility 222 XLVII.... ...sm 232 LII. This point is illustrated by historical examples 238 LIII. The religious and moral system of the holy Scrip- tures far more exempt from th... ...rip- tures far more exempt from the suspicion of fanaticism than any other religious and moral system which has been known among mankind 23 1 LIV. The... ...es of the foregoing chapter applied to the consideration of pretensions to religious author- ity 323 LXXII. Application of the foregoing remarks to th... ...llustrate a general principle of the Divine government : but it may not be thought sufficiently close in its application to the Christian dispensa- ti... ...s certain, at least, that the inaptitude of common minds to the purpose of religious apprehension, is fully declared in the rabbinical theology of lat... ...the settled relations and subordination of society. Here it will hardly be thought too much that all should be capable of reading the scrip- tures : f... ...e thing to think correctly, and another, to frame the enunciation of those thoughts agreeably to the principles of logic and of rhetoric. It often, an... ...ppens, that the power of ex- pression does not keep pace with the power of thought. I would add, that it may be doubted, whether the presumption be in...

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The popular evidence of Christianity : stated and explained

By: Lancaster, Thomas William, 1787-1859

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Religious Literature Collection; Theological Literature

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