A Much-abused Letter
Longmans, 1906 - 104 sidor
A letter from Rev. George Tyrrell to a university professor who "had resolved to give up Catholicism". "The author ... while recognizing [the] grave defects of traditional Catholicism, dissuades his friend from leaving the church." Cf. p. 2.
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Sida 106 - ... Danger of Riches — Obedience without Love, as instanced in the Character of Balaam — Moral Consequences of Single Sins — The Greatness and Littleness of Human Life— Moral Effects of Communion with God— The Thought of God the Stay of the Soul— The Power of the Will— The Gospel Palaces— Religion a Weariness to the Natural Man— The World our Enemy— The Praise of...
Sida 105 - Contents. Advent: — Self-denial the Test of Religious Earnestness — Divine Calls— The Ventures of Faith— Watching. Christmas Day: • — Religious Joy. New Year's Sunday : — The Lapse of Time. Epiphany: — Remembrance of Past Mercies— Equanimity — The Immortality of the Soul— Christian Manhood— Sincerity and Hypocrisy — Christian Sympathy.
Sida 110 - The Christ, The Son Of God. A Life of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. With an Introduction by CARDINAL MANNING.
Sida 107 - Justification — Secondary Senses of the term Justification— Misuse of the term Just or Righteous— On the Gift of Righteousness— The Characteristics of the Gift of Righteousness — Righteousness viewed as a Gift and as a Quality — Righteousness the Fruit of our Lord's Resurrection — The Office of Justifying Faith — The Nature of Justifying Faith — Faith viewed relatively to Rites and Works — On preaching the Gospel — Appendix.
Sida 107 - Sermons bearing upon Subjects of the Day. Edited by the Rev. WJ Copeland, BD, late Rector of Farnham, Essex.
Sida 87 - It is not the Kingdom of Heaven, but only its herald and servant. As I said before, we must allow for the class-interest of a priesthood that lives by the Altar, and not take its wares at the advertisement valuation; else we shall be in danger of denying them any value whatever. After all, your quarrel is not with the Church, but with the theologians; not with ecclesiastical authority, but with a certain theory as to the nature and limits and grades of that authority, and of the value, interpretation...
Sida 105 - Inquirer— Scripture a Record of Human Sorrow — The Danger of Riches — Obedience without Love, as instanced in the Character of Balaam — Moral Consequences of Single Sins— The Greatness and Littleness of Human Life— Moral Effects of Communion with God— The Thought...
Sida 105 - Love, the One Thing Needful. Lent: The Individuality of the Soul — Life, the Season of Repentance — Bodily Suffering — Tears of Christ at the Grave of Lazarus — Christ's Privations, a Meditation for Christians — The Cross of Christ the Measure of the World. Good Friday : The Crucifixion. Easter Day : Keeping Fast and Festival.
Sida 108 - Cr. 8vo. 35. 6d. Select Treatises of St. Athanasius in Controversy with the Arians. Freely Translated. 2 vols. Cr.
Sida 89 - Judaism, have to die in order that it may live again in a greater and grander form ? Has not every organism got its limits of development, after which it must decay and be content to survive in its progeny ? Wine-skins stretch, but only within measure; for there comes at last a bursting-point when...