3 edition of A free discourse concerning truth and error, especially in matters of religion found in the catalog.
A free discourse concerning truth and error, especially in matters of religion
by printed for Jonathan Robinson, Daniel Brown, Andrew Bell and John Wyat in London
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 2425, no. 8).
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2425, no. 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||483|
A Discourse concerning Unlimited Submission and Non-Resistance to the Higher Powers: With some Reflections on the Resistance made to King Charles I. And on the Anniversary of his Death: In which the Mysterious Doctrine of that Prince's Saintship and Martyrdom is . The book almost has more to say about epistemology and logic than about the philosophy of religion. A good clear headed introduction to the application of logic to religion, and to why pluralism is fine for matters of culture and taste but not for matters of truth and concrete facts/5(9).
Its point is not to attain religious truth but, instead, to understand how truth in religion is possible. There are stronger and weaker senses in which a theory of meaning is “empirical,” according as the factual conditions required for significant truth-claims are more or less stringent. Free will is at the very core of the message of the entire Bible. In my book, Behold Your Mother – A Biblical and Historical Defense of the Marian Doctrines, in the chapter (12) entitled, “Other Redeemers?Understanding God’s Plan of Salvation,” which is a lead-in to chap “Mary’s Saving Office,” I explain.
15] Accordingly, when they perceived that the explanation of the controverted articles, indeed, agreed especially with the Word of God, and then with the Augsburg Confession, they received this Book of Concord with a very ready mind and an expression of their gratitude towards God, as expressing the godly and genuine meaning of the Augsburg. "Truth and Truthfulness is the book which has meant the most to me this year This vigorous, crystalline book is an intellectual landmark."—Richard Sennett, Times Literary Supplement "Truth and Truthfulness is an ambitious work, and its journeys into history give it a breadth unusual in these days of increased academic specialization.
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'A Free Discourse concerning Truth and Error, especially in matters of Religion,'8vo. 'Exercitations on several Important Places of the Old and New Testaments,'8vo. 'The Preacher, a discourse showing what are the particular Offices and Employments of those of that character in the Church,' 3 parts, London,8vo.
A free discourse concerning truth and error: Especially in Matters of religion. Wherein Are propounded the Proper and Certain Methods of finding and obtaining the One, and of discovering and avoiding the Other. Get this from a library. A free discourse concerning truth and error, especially in matters of religion: Together with reflections on several authors ; but more particularly on the Lord Bishop of Sarum's exposition on the thirty-nine articles By John Edwards, D.D.
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'The Preacher, a discourse showing what are the particular Offices and Employments of those of that character in the Church,' 3 parts, London,8vo. A discourse concerning the being and attributes of God, the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation.
In answer to Mr. Hobbs, Spinoza, the author of the Oracles of reason Pages: Discourse on True Religion” () and “The Second Discourse on Religion” ()—were de-rived, in large part, from a fine book of sermons published incalled The Religion of the Spirit: Studies in Faith and Life. The religion of the spirit leaves you free to follow truth whithersoever it may take you.
A Discourse concerning the being and attributes of God, the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation: in answer to Mr Hobbs, Spinoza, the author of The oracles of reason, and other deniers of natural and revealed religion ; being sixteen sermons preach'd at the Cathedral Church of St Paul, in the years andat the lecture founded by the Honourable.
the value of truth to life. Brushing away truth in the rush and tumble of life is somehow wrong—and we know it. If so, there must be another way of life that seeks, honors, and is willing to submit to truth, especially concerning matters of supreme consequence.
This orientation requires a kind of courage—. The key to the invention of free speech was the recognition of pluralism — the fact that, in any human population, there will be people with irreconcilably different understandings of the truth.
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Owen An Appendix Consisting of Letters, Notes, and Illustrations Clarkson's Funeral Sermon, and Indexes Works: vol 2 of pdf) EPUB- Kindle A Discourse Concerning the Holy Spirit. And right at the end of the interview, Foucault adds that the essential political problem for us, today, is trying to change our “political, economic, institutional regime of the production of truth” (where truth is modeled on the form of scientific discourse), in order to constitute a new “politics of truth” (Foucaultpp.
BOOK I. OF RELIGION IN GENERAL: OR A DISCOURSE OF THE RELIGIOUS ELEMENT AND ITS MANIFESTATIONS. Chap. An Examination of the Religious Element in Men, and the Existence of its Object: 1 II.
Of the Sentiment, Idea, and Conception of God: 7 III. Power of the Religious Element: 13 IV. The Idea of Religion connected with Science and Life: 23 V. Basic truth, philosophically, can be practiced by every one of us. We should have no difficulty with it. We are all aware of John when Jesus, the day before He died instructed and prayed with is apostles, H made a statement concerning truth: “Sanctify them through your truth: Your word is truth.”.
“A meticulously curated and definitive edition of Foucault’s Grenoble lecture and of his legendary Berkeley seminars on the courageous practice of free speech, ‘Discourse and Truth’ provides an intimate, often moving glimpse into Foucault’s thought and person at the end of his extraordinary career.
A Berkeley chalk artist perfectly articulated the sentiments of the free-speech opponents when he wrote, without irony, “Free Speech Kills.” I am moved to agree that free speech does indeed kill, but in a very different manner from what its opponents have in mind: it kills stupidity, sloth, corruption, small-mindedness, pride.
Most scholars agree that truth is propositional, being expressed in statements that are subject to proof or disproof. This book goes a step farther: yes, propositional truth is important, but truth is more than propositional.
To recognize how it is more than propositional is crucial for understanding why truth truly matters. With overcopies downloaded, Coming To Jesus is an inspirational Christian book that follows one man's personal journey to find spiritual truth and life purpose.
It's one of the best reviewed books in Amazon's Christian Apologetics category, as well as Christian non-fiction books in Reviews: One criterion that is especially important is that religious truth correspond to the state of affairs in the world. The question of religious pluralism may be the Christian church’s greatest apologetic challenge yet.
Truth In Religion is the most sophisticated and thoughtful book. Discourse Concerning the Being and Attributes of God, the Obligations of Natural Religion and the Truth and Certainty of the Christian Revelation Paperback – Septem by Samuel Clarke (Author)Reviews: 1. The fifth chapter is really a sort of appendix, having little to do with Aristotle's thoughts on religion.
It was perhaps added to give the book a little more heft than it otherwise would have. In it, Segev briefly considers how Moses Maimonides and Albertus Magnus treat the quasi-mythical discourse in scripture in relation to philosophy.
As Robert M. O’Neil, a former university president and expert on First Amendment issues, wrote in his book Free Speech in the College Community,the fate of free speech on public campuses became increasingly important, considerably more controversial, and generally more supportive of openness over the course of the 20th century.
In recent.Previously for an European there were only two questions concerning truth of religion: truth of religion in general and truth of Christianity in particular. there is no agreement between scholars as to the criteria of true religion, especially as religion constitutes an integral part of culture.
The problem of the definition of religion.Origins. Freedom of speech and expression has a long history that predates modern international human rights instruments.
It is thought that the ancient Athenian democratic principle of free speech may have emerged in the late 6th or early 5th century BC. The values of the Roman Republic included freedom of speech and freedom of religion.
Concepts of freedom of speech can be found in early.