Arrows in the Air

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K. Paul, 1878 - 425 páginas
 

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IO Christianity is Axiomatic
27
On the sense of Sonship
29
The Cry of the Spirit
30
Cardinal Manning and the Scotch Hierarchy 72
34
PIUS IX
35
The Popes Claim and the Protestants Reply
37
Secret of Papal Power in the Past
40
Good of the Pope
42
The Beneficent Power and the Corruption of the Papacy7th 8th and 9th Centuries
47
Hildebrand Gregory VII nth Century
49
Temporal Power of Gregory VII
53
Decline of the Papacy
54
Evil of the Pope
56
Leo X 16th Century and Michael Angelo
57
Catholicism and NeoPaganism
58
Jesuit MissionsLoyala and Xavier
59
Collapse of Papal Influence18th Century
60
Napoleon I and Pius VII 19th Century
61
Youth and Early Ministry of Giovanni Mastai Pius IX
63
Mastai ascends the Papal Throne
67
Rocks Ahead
68
The Pope Besieged in the Quirinal
69
The Prisoner of the Vatican
72
73 The Chief Good is the highest desirable con
73
Faraday Darwin Tyndall Huxley and Her bert Spencer
85
The Reformation and the Church of England
87
THE CONFESSIONAL
89
ConfessionThe Need of Sympathy
90
in England
102
Englands Decision at the Reformation
103
The Ritualists and the Prayer Book
104
nection
113
THE CHIEF GOOD
115
What ought I to do?
116
Appetencies I
138
is Happiness
140
Prayer for the Chief Good
141
MONEY AND MORALS
143
Money and the World
144
Productive and Unproductive Expenditure
156
All Unproductive Expenditure is not useless or Wrong
157
England is Able and Willing 0 save Eastern
169
Mr Whistler and Decorative ArtPeacocks Feathers
174
Last Questions about Money and Morals
175
WILL ARISE
179
Implied Truths
180
Liberty and Progress 298
186
SHAKSPERE AND THE STAGE
201
Clerical Condemnation of Popular Amuse ments
202
VIII
239
Introduction
241
Heroism Anecdotes
262
Wimbledon and Aldershott
263
Paul and Barnabas sail to Cyprus
274
The Prophets of Failure are probably Wrong
297
PLEAS
303
AIR FOR THE PEOPLE
305
To Do and Not to Do
306
Jones
318
Waterloo Road and the Rev Arthur Robinson St Georges Hanover Square Ground and the Rev Capel Cure
320
Squares
329
II
333
DINNER FOR THE PEOPLE 195 The Workmans Complaint
335
Boston GlasgowThe Peoples Cafe Company
337
What has been done?
338
The sound MethodWhy banish Beer?
339
The model Poor Mans Diningroom and Club
340
III
343
Eastend Parishes and Parsonswho should be helped
344
ALMS FOR THE PEOPLE 202 What becomes of your money showered upon Bethnal Green?
345
The Cadgers of the Cloth
347
The Hobbling Invalid
354
The Foreigner the Servant Girl the Young Man from the Country and The Sudden Calamity People
355
The Calling Cadger
356
Specialities of Imposture
357
ElberfeldIts appearance
359
Its System
360
The old Spirit of Charity in a healthy form
363
Abolish the Poor Law
366
The C O S never does anything Cry of the Beggar and the Benevolent and Sham Cha rities
367
Those who do not grumble at the C O S
368
Principles distinctly asserted
369
First Parrot Cry against the C O S Sixty per cent in costs of administration
370
Second Parrot CryThe Copper in the Street or the Cry of the Heart
371
Third Parrot Cry It wont work How far true?
373
DOCTORS FOR THE PEOPLE
375
The Opportunities of Hospital Sunday
379
Soul and Body HealingThe Sermon on the Mount
380
The Divine Functions of Humanity
381
Duty of the Clergy on Hospital Sunday
382
Attention to Health is a part of Morality and Mercy
383
Hospitals are Danger Signals
384
Hospitals are the Medical Schools
385
Hasty AdviceInjustice to Doctors 390
392
What is left for the Hospitals?
393
Samaritan Societies
394
A Visit to the Middlesex Hospital
396
PEOPLE
401
A succinct statement of the Nature of Sunday
407
RemediesVoluntary Agency and Combination
417
Progress of the Cause
423

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