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Albertus, or, A case of conscience

Albertus, or, A case of conscience

address of Dr. Edward McGlynn at the public meeting, Cooper Union, Sunday evening, February 8th, 1891.

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Published by Anti-Poverty Society in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Doctrines.,
  • Anti-Poverty Society (N.Y.),
  • Economics -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCase of conscience for the Catholic clergy, the Anti-Poverty Society and the confessional
    SeriesAnti-Poverty Society. Addresses, no. 44, Pamphlets in American history -- CA 249.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18060413M

    Lea, who cites (I, ) the assertion of the Pseudo-Augustine about confession to one’s neighbour, passes over the explanation. He consequently sets in a wrong light a series of incidents illustrating the practice and gives but an imperfect idea of the theological discussion which it aroused. Though Albertus Magnus (In IV Sent., dist. 17, art. The concept of conscience and religion. All. I come from a Catholic family. rare" sort of people, not the "abortion on demand, no questions asked" sort of people. I only support it in case of rape, incest or threat to the mother's life. If the bible was intended to be an infallible guide book it would not have been compiled and written. Penance is a sacrament of the New Law instituted by Christ in which forgiveness of sins committed after baptism is granted through the priest's absolution to those who with true sorrow confess their sins and promise to satisfy for the same. It is called a "sacrament" not simply a function or ceremony, because it is an outward sign instituted by Christ to impart grace to the soul.


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Get this from a library. Albertus, or, A case of conscience: address of Dr. Edward McGlynn at the public meeting, Cooper Union, Sunday evening, February 8th, [Edward McGlynn]. ORIGIN OF CONSCIENCE IN THE RACE AND IN THE INDIVIDUAL. Of anthropologists some do and some do not accept the Biblical account of man's origin; and the former class, admitting that Adam's descendants might soon have lost the traces of their higher descent, are willing to hear, with no pledge of endorsing, what the latter class have to say on the assumption of the human development even.

Albertus Pieters, A Candid Examination of the Scofield Bible (pdf) Mt. Zion Library, Introduction to ‘A Candid Examination’ by Pieters (pdf) – “The Scofield Bible may be called perhaps the most influential single work thrust into the religious life of America during the twentieth century.

Those who use this work are, in other respects, among the best Christians in our churches. Jansenism was a theological movement, primarily in France, that emphasized original sin, human depravity, the necessity of divine grace and movement originated from the posthumously published work of the Dutch theologian Cornelius Jansen, who died in It was first popularized by Jansen's friend Abbot Jean du Vergier de Hauranne, of Saint-Cyran-en-Brenne Abbey.

The individual, as in him customary rules acquire ethical character by the recognition of distinct principles and ideals, all tending to a final unity or goal, which for the mere evolutionist is left very indeterminate, but for the Christian has adequate definition in a perfect possession of God by knowledge and love, without the contingency of further lapses from duty.

Concupiscence (from Late Latin noun concupiscentia, from the Latin verb concupiscere, from con- "with", here an intensifier, + cupi(d)- "desiring" + -escere, a verb-forming suffix denoting beginning of a process or state) is an ardent, usually sensual, longing. Involuntary sexual arousal is explored in the Confessions of Augustine, wherein he used the term "concupiscence" to refer to sinful.

Albertus a Modern Catholic Believes About Women seems to owe a heavy unacknowledged debt to the book The Church and the Second Sex, by post-Catholic, post-Christian lesbian feminist “theologian” Mary Daly, who had been a teacher at the Rosary College study-abroad program in Fribourg, Switzerland and fellow doctoral student with Sinsinawa.

The Roots of Consciousness Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD Contents. INTRODUCTION Dedication Acknowledgments and Permissions Introduction to Revised Edition. We Are All Ourselves; Introduction to the Original Edition SECTION I: THE HISTORY OF CONSCIOUSNESS EXPLORATION Shamanistic Traditions Ancient Mesopotamia.

Dream Portents; Ancient India. In the Line is a story of school life and football rather than of football and school life. In its football it is meant to supplement Following the Ball, as With Mask and Mit in its baseball will supplement Making the Nine, each book emphasizing a different department of story is in no sense history, and no attempt has been made to describe actual persons.

For Tancred, see Fraher, “Tancred's ‘Summula de criminibus’,” 23; Kantorowicz insisted that Gandinus wrote four different recensions of the Tractatus de maleficiis, beginning A case of conscience book an opusculum that occupied only three or four leaves in folio manuscripts, and culminating in a book-length treatise that occupies one hundred thirty-eight folios of Leipzig MS Cited by: The glory of a part has in this case dimmed the glory of the whole (p).

He then goes on to trace "the chief steps in the process of instituting this Sinaitic Covenant" (p).] Accompanied by very terrifying manifestations of earthquake, fire and smoke, God then announced, in an audible voice, in the hearing of all the people, the ten great.

In the "Book of the Dead" we find an examination of conscience, or rather profession of innocence, before the Supreme Judge after death. Two confessions are given enunciating most of the virtues (chap.

cxxv): reverence for God; duties to the dead; charity to neighbours; duties of superiors and subjects; care for human life and limb; chastity.

Conscience has been variously explained by philosophers. In one conception, conscience is a kind of intuitive perception. Francis Hutcheson and the 3d earl of Shaftesbury, for example, thought conscience could be described as a moral sense, an intuitive faculty. “The School Four” is a story of football and rowing, its scene laid in a private school in an Eastern city.

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Human Acts are directed to their true. end by LAW, and LAW is applied by CONSCIENCE. Hence LAW and CONSCIENCE are directives or Norms of Human Acts. DEFINITION LAW as an ordinance of reason, promulgated for the common good by one who as charge of a society -St.

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