Speeches of Dr. John Rolph, and Christop'r A. Hagerman ..: On the Bill for Appropriating the Proceeds of the Clergy Reserves to the Purposes of General Education
M. Reynolds, 1837 - 31 strán (strany)
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Strana 15 - But take heed to yourselves : for they shall deliver you up to councils ; and in the synagogues ye shall be beaten : and ye shall be brought before rulers and kings for my sake, for a testimony against them.
Strana 14 - Whither shall I go then from thy Spirit? Or whither shall I go then from thy presence? If I climb up into heaven, thou art there: If I go down to hell, thou art there also. If I take the wings of the morning, and remain in the uttermost parts of the sea; Even there also shall thy hand lead me, And thy right hand shall hold me.
Strana 6 - They were put to death with exquisite cruelty, and to their sufferings Nero added mockery and derision. Some were covered with the skins of wild beasts, and left to be devoured by dogs; others were nailed to the cross; numbers were burnt alive; and many, covered over with inflammable matter, were lighted up, when the day declined, to serve as torches during the night.
Strana 18 - ... with a spirit of contention and discord, and addicted to many other vices that cast an undeserved reproach upon the holy religion, of which they were the unworthy professors and ministers. This is testified in such an ample manner by the repeated complaints of many of the most respectable writers of this age, that truth will not permit us to spread the veil, which we should otherwise be desirous to cast over such enormities among an order so sacred.
Strana 18 - For though several yet continued to exhibit to the world illustrious examples of primitive piety and Christian virtue, yet many were sunk in luxury and voluptuousness, puffed up with vanity, arrogance and ambition, possessed with a spirit of contention and discord, and addicted to many other vices that cast an undeserved reproach upon the holy religion, of which they were the unworthy professors and ministers.
Strana 7 - The number however of immoral and unworthy Christians began so to increase, that the examples of real piety and virtue became extremely rare. When the terrors of persecution were totally dispelled ; when the church, secured from the efforts of its enemies, enjoyed the sweets of prosperity and peace ; when the most of the bishops exhibited to their flock the contagious examples of arrogance, luxury, effeminacy, animosity, and strife, with other vices too numerous to mention...
Strana 13 - Galilee, in the days of the enrolling, and drew away much people after him ; he also perished, and all, even as many as obeyed him were dispersed. And now I say unto you, Refrain from those men, and let them alone : for if this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to nothing : but if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it ; lest ye be found even to fight against God.
Strana 7 - Dissenters have a great deal among them, but I must own that the main body of our Clergy has always appeared dead and lifeless to me; and instead of animating one another, they seem rather to lay one another asleep.
Strana 7 - They appropriated to their evangelical function the splendid ensigns of temporal majesty. A throne, surrounded with ministers, exalted above his equals the servant of the meek and humble Jesus ; and sumptuous garments dazzled the eyes and the minds of the multitude into an ignorant veneration for their arrogated authority.
Strana 16 - As Julian affected, in general, to appear -m lew. •.«moderate in religious matters, unwilling to trouble 'uTbtiw 1 ™ any on account of their faith, or to seem averse to any sect or party, so to the Jews, in particular, he extended so far the marks of his indulgence, as to permit them to rebuild the temple of Jerusalem. The Jews set about this important work; from, which, however, they were obliged to desist, before they had even begun to lay the foundations of the sacred edifice. For, while...