It seems like a %u201Crude awakening%u201D to ask men to believe that there is a %u201Cpagan residuum%u201D in their faith, or in the customs of their fathers For a divine nature does not pervade through its participants in this manner, according to interval and division, but comprehends, as it were
hi-note!The foregoing facts show that the empire was practically prostituted, and given over to the lowest forms of sun-worship during his reign hi-note!On the contrary, gnosticism found its source in human reasoning, human philosophy, and speculations. hi-note!In Rig-Veda, X., 30, X., 9, VII., 47,
impact%u201CThe Nicene Creed is a statement partly of historical facts, and partly of dogmatic inferences.%u201D Some adequate reason must be found for this difference impactIf, in any case, it was recognized as the supreme authority, the prevailing methods of interpretation obscured and perverted i
toCardinal Nicholas Wiseman, then a professor in the University at Rome, replied under the title: Letters to John Poynder, Esq., upon his Work Entitled %u201CPopery in Alliance with Heathenism,%u201D London, 1836. toAnd this washing is called illumination, because they who learn these things are ill
FallIn Latin illotis manibus, and illotis pedibus,%u2014which are usually applied to men who undertake anything without due care and preparation FallAgain in the same epistle he presents a conclusive argument, starting from the axiom that %u201Cwhere there is no law there is no sin.%u201D Showing th
AgainBaptism in the Early Church. AgainThe history of the Sabbath in the New Testament is as much at variance with popular notions as is the history of Sunday AgainOvid, describing the feast of Pales, held in May, exhibits the same combination of sun and water-worship: AgainPrudentius has left a min
Akshaya%u201C%u2018Ah, easy Fools, to think that a whole Flood AkshayaA dense cloud of errors soon overspread the whole spiritual firmament.%u201D AkshayaReligion is a part of common life which cannot be separated from its surroundings AkshayaMr AkshayaPurity Sought through Baptism.
FirstFor to the Alexandrian Jew, at the stage of scriptural development which he had now reached, with his consciousness divided between his ancestral Hebraism and modern Hellenism, this allegorizing was a necessary form of consciousness; and so little did he dream that the artificial link by which