Thoughts for the Times

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Holt & Williams, 1872 - 347 páginas

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Judaism
38
Science and Religion
39
Change of Form
40
Mr Deutsch on the Talmud
41
God Positive
42
Characteristics
43
Enthusiasm
44
God Relative
45
Fulness of Christ
46
Science and Morality
47
Communion with God
51
Third Discourse ON THE SCIENCE OF GOD 14 The Eternal Light
55
Conventional Theology
56
Mr Matthew Arnolds Theory
60
The Moral Law
62
Where is Religion ?
63
Is Morality Religion
65
Is God sympathetic?
66
Objections met
69
The Mystery of Love
71
III
73
CHRISTIANITY fourth Discourse ON THE CHARACTER OF CHRISTIANITY ARGUMENT
75
Christianity and the Past
78
Christianity is original
80
The person of Jesus
81
The work of Jesus
82
Miracles
83
What is left ?
88
Concluding Thoughts 212
89
Rules and Principles
90
Triumph of the Spirit
91
Testimony of the Fathers
92
What has Christianity done ?
93
How the Mistake arose
94
The Fourth Commandment
95
Christianity and Crime
96
Is Christianity inadequate ?
97
True foundation of Sunday
98
Rest
99
Worship and Praise
100
Failing rebuked
101
102 Charity of the Lords
102
Christian Liberty under Grace
103
What should Sermons be
104
What is a Clergyman?
105
Two views
106
Practical Preaching
107
Sphere of Practice
108
Experience
109
110 Illustrations
110
Politics 112 The
112
IV
131
THE BIBLE Sixth Discourse ON THE ESSENCE OF THE BIBLE
133
Gods Book and Gods Word 48 Infallibility and Ipspiration
134
The History of the Canon
136
The Old Testament 51 The Councils and the Fathers 52 The New Testament
139
The Sixth Article 54 The Moral
140
Grounds of Ascetism
142
Fear of Truth 56 Our Children
143
The Darkness of Sacrifice
144
No Inspiration Examined 58 What is the Bible
145
All or Nothing
146
Patriotism
147
Love
148
What is true?
149
Many Standards
150

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