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Antiquated scrupulosity contrasted with modern liberality

occaisoned by Henry Gally Knights foreign and domestic view of the Catholic question

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This is here the burthen of the song, and it is a heavy burthen; Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites. [37] It was a sentiment echoed by many other genteel voices of the day as they took turns at politely interring Catholicism. It is not to taste sweet things, but to do noble and true things, and vindicate himself under God's heaven as a God-made man, that the poorest son of Adam dimly longs. Now where is the difficulty of conceiving that this may likewise be the case with benevolence and friendship, and that from the original frame of our temper we may feel a desire of another's happiness or good, which by means of that affection becomes our own good, and is afterwards pursued, from the combined motives of benevolence and self-enjoyment?

there he is," said Tom, clapping his hands, as the little black snout made its arrowy course to the opposite bank. The sin of apostasy was a sin, inducements to which were presented both to the hopes and fears of The Christians.

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In these the association of the act with the pleasure is from habit unduly strong, the association of the act with pains is from want of habit unduly weak.

Phylacteries were small leather boxes containing finely written portions of the law that people strapped on their foreheads and arms. To map the complexity of the controversy and its multiple effects on literary production, I have chosen the somewhat perilous route of abstracting several key Protestant preoccupations with Romanism, although such concerns inhabit different, sometimes competing, logical categories. They were foul within, like sepulchres, full of dead men's bones, and all uncleanness: so vile are our bodies, when the soul has deserted them!

The School of Bologna had just revived the study of Roman law; Gratian sought to inaugurate a similar study of canon law. for you compass the sea and the land to make one proselyte, Antiquated scrupulosity contrasted with modern liberality when he is made, you make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves.

Reason instructs us in the several tendencies of actions, and humanity makes a distinction in favour of those which are useful and beneficial. That if they will needs be given to imitation, then must they imitate not the most, but the best of that age; such as was young Daniel, who in tender years was able to utter knowledge Daniel 1:4 ; young Samuel, who so soon as he is weaned, must stand before the Lord 1 Samuel 1:1-28 ; young Josiah, who at eight years old walked uprightly 2 Kings 2:1-25 ; young Timothy, who knew the Scriptures of a child; yea, of Christ Himself, who increased in wisdom as in stature, so as at twelve years old He was able to confound the doctors and great rabbis of the Jews.

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Nothing is so sacred as to be beyond the reach of this destructive weapon, and truths are often in danger of being swept away along with the falsities. They were arts as well as crafts. Christ puts another construction upon their building of the tombs of the prophets than what they intended; as if by beautifying their graves they justified their murderers Luke 11:48for they persisted in the sin.

Constantine, Augustus of Rome, was the bastard son of the Imperator Constantius Chlorus and a Bythnian barmaid who became his mistress, and, later, by virtue of opulent gifts to the Church, was raised to Heaven as St.