3 edition of Antiquated scrupulosity contrasted with modern liberality found in the catalog.
|Statement||C. & J. Rivington|
|Publishers||C. & J. Rivington|
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|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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When this question is answered in the affirmative, our duty, our salvation, and our happiness, are ascertained and determined. We are liable to err in supposing that events following each other in close succession in the thread of narration, as immediately followed each other in time and place, in actual occurrence.
The "weightier matter" as far as orphans are concerned, and as far as Christ is concerned, is that they shall be properly and affectionately cared for, and not "how" it is done. Pleasure, they assure us, is the only good, Pleasure is in itself a good; nay, even setting aside immunity from pain, the only good; pain is in itself an evil, and, indeed, without exception, the only evil, or else the words good and evil have no meaning.
Some have imagined a similar rule to apply to the letters of the other Delegates, Yaakob, Peter, and Yohanan. In the neighboring Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola from How to Cure Scruples1 The opposite of a scrupulous person is not an unscrupulous person, but a person of faith.
To be more particular in illustrating this point, it must be noticed, that the unbelieving Jews attacked their brethren, Antiquated scrupulosity contrasted with modern liberality confessed Yeshua, in two ways—first by argument, and then by force. The self that Prescott's history constructs, the self that his judicious but intimate Unitarian voice claims as its own definitive and sacrificial "character," is constituted precisely at this narrative boundary between American Protestantism as heroic suppression of bodily deficiency and Aztec Catholicism as melancholic collapse into the flesh.
Bain's Emotions and Will, p. I never did eat between meals, and I'm not going to begin. They ought not to have sworn by the temple or the altar; but, when they had so sworn, they were taken in the words of their mouth. But the modern world can only believe in unhappiness, and therefore refuses to take it seriously.
Helena was that of Christ, the healing of a sick man by one of them dispelled all further hesitation. Now when they would drink their wine, they would pour it through a cloth, in case a little gnat may have flown into the wine, for if they would drink the wine with a gnat in it, the gnat wasn't kosher. Men never did so, and never will while human nature is made of its present materials.
These considerations will help to supply an answer to the common utilitarian objection that to speak of duty as distinct from self-interest is unmeaning, because it is absurd to say that we are under an obligation to do any thing when no evil consequences would result to us from not doing it.
In particular, James Breslin, Frederick Crews, Catherine Gallagher, Stephen Greenblatt, and Steven Knapp have all forwarded the progress of this book by their friendship and warm support.
] And having so cancelled the obligations of morality, they taught their disciples to live in all manner of crimes; and at the same time flattered them with the hope of the favor of God, and of obtaining eternal life.