3 edition of Essays on some of the peculiarities of the Christian religion. found in the catalog.
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Essays on some Peculiarities of the Christian Religion, [ 2nd ed] [ 4th ed as "Essays - First Series"], [ 5th ed] [ rev ed] Elements of Logic, comprising the substance of the article in the Encyclopædia Metropolitana, with additions, &c., (revised version of . And it is exactly religion that lets people prevent that from happening. Basically, even though different religions have their own specific features and peculiarities, all of them appear to present a certain narrative which proposes the comprehensive description of the world and the person’s place in it.
The Author’s Intent. The author of the book intends to provoke those proclaiming to be Christians to develop a deeper and unwavering commitment to Christ and to encourage those not already professing Christianity, to have an interest and craving for it, and to convince them to follow a Christian way of living. Essays (first series) on some of the peculiarities of the Christian religion / 5 Essays on some of the dangers to Christian faith: which may arise from the teaching or the conduct of its professors ; to which are subjoined three discourses delivered on several occasions / 54/5(4).
Christianity, Book-Burning and Censorship in Late Antiquity opens with an introduction which provides an overview of previous scholarship of the topic and a very engaging section on the transmission of texts in also discusses, ever so briefly but ever so importantly for the remainder of the volume, those factors which affected the transmission of texts. Peculiarities of the Religion. This is a religion that is based mainly on oral transmission. It is not written on paper but in peoples’ hearts, minds, oral history, rituals, shrines and religious functions. It has no founders or reformers like Gautama the Buddha, Asoka, Christ, or Muhammad. It .
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Item Description: 3 vol. Richard Whately, Essays on some of the Peculiarities of the Christian Religion (4th Ed); Sermons on Various Subjects; Essays (Third Series) on the Errors of Romanism (2nd Ed) Published London: B.
Fellowes Fourth Edition, revised. Full leather in deep blue, gilt titles and embellishments on spine. blind Seller Rating: % positive. In he published a series of Essays on Some of the Peculiarities of the Christian Religion, followed in by a second series On some of the Difficulties in the Writings of St Paul, and in by a third On the Errors of Romanism traced to their Origin in Human Nature.
Author of Elements of logic, Elements of rhetoric, Historic doubts relative to Napoleon Buonaparte, The kingdom of Christ, Essays on some of the peculiarities of the Christian religion, Introductory lessons on morals, and Christian evidences, A general view of the rise, progress, and corruptions of Christianity, Essays (first series) on some of the peculiarities of the Christian religion.
Richard Whately (1 February – 8 October ) was an English rhetorician, logician, economist, academic and theologian who also served as a reforming Church of Ireland Archbishop of was a leading Broad Churchman, a prolific and combative author over a wide range of topics, a flamboyant character, and one of the first reviewers to recognise the talents of Jane : Church of Ireland.
The Use and Abuse of Party Feeling in Religion; Historic Doubts Relative to Napoleon Buonaparte () Essays on some Peculiarities of the Christian Religion () Logic () Rhetoric () Christian Evidences () (ed.) Bacon's Essays (ed.) Paley's Evidences; Works about Whately.
Some of the essays in this collection were very well written and quite powerful. Others were full of venom and didn't really make much of a point beyond "I hate God" and/or "I hate religion". Overall, in keeping with the name, the anti-religion bias of the editors was clear/5.
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Critical Book Analysis of The Purpose Driven Church Religion and Theology Book Report/Review 6 pages ( words), Download 1, Book Report/Review In a parody of this logic, it can be noted that huge numbers of the world’s population are living in poverty.
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The lectures, On the Use and Abuse of Party Spirit in Matters of Religion, were published in the same year. In he published a series of Essays on Some of the Peculiarities of the Christian Religion, followed in by a second series On some of the Difficulties in the Writings of St Paul, and in by a third On the Errors of Romanism.
Christian B. Miller's introduction gives the gist, and in some cases reviews the polemical background, of each of the papers. The book has six sections: religious ethics, religion and tragic dilemmas, religious epistemology, religion and political liberalism, topics in Christian philosophy, and religious diversity.
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C. F. D. Moule. This selection of his essays, almost all already published in specialist journals and Festschriften, represents in one volume the whole range of Professor Moule's contribution to New.Religion and the University: The Controversy Over Essays and Reviews at Oxford Harvey Hill In a book innocently entitled Essays and Reviews shook the theological world of England.
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