Modern Hagiology: An Examination of the Nature and Tendency of Some Legendary and Devotional Works Lately Published Under the Sanction of the Rev. J. H. Newman, the Rev. Dr. Pusey, and the Rev. F. Oakley
J. W. Parker, 1846
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Sivu 274 - Jesus saith unto her, Woman, what have I to do with thee ? mine hour is not yet come.
Sivu 100 - For what portion of God is there from above? and what inheritance of the Almighty from on high?
Sivu 265 - And in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent from God unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth, To a virgin espoused to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David; and the virgin's name was Mary. And the angel came in unto her, and said, Hail, thou that art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women.
Sivu xi - Quorum gloria in obsequio; stiff followers, and such as zeal marvellously for those whom they have chosen for their masters. This latter sort, for the most part, are men of young years and superficial understanding; carried away with partial...
Sivu 98 - Philip's daughter, but in those who, whether they remain in seclusion, or are sent over the earth, have calm faces, and sweet plaintive voices, and spare frames, and gentle manners, and hearts weaned from the world, and wills subdued ; and for their meekness meet with insult, and for their purity with slander, and for their gravity with suspicion, and for their courage with cruelty ; yet meet with Christ everywhere. — Christ, their all-sufficient, everlasting portion, to make up to them, both here...
Sivu 123 - It is said of the holy Sturme," says an Oxford writer, " that, in passing a horde of unconverted Germans, as they were bathing and gambolling in the stream, he was so overpowered by the intolerable scent which arose from them that he nearly fainted away.
Sivu 37 - After casting our eyes on the holy rood, does it never occur to us to wonder how it can be possible to be saved in the midst of the endearments of a family, and the joys of domestic life ? God forbid that any one should deny the possibility ! but does it not at first sight require proof that heaven can be won by a life spent in this quiet way.
Sivu 136 - "it is not more than an hyperbole to say that, in certain cases a lie is the nearest approach to truth,. This seems the meaning for instance of St. Clement, when he says 'He [the Christian] both thinks and speaks the truth, unless when at any time, in the way of treatment, as a physician towards his patients, so for the welfare of the sick he will be false, or will tell a falsehood, as the sophists speak.
Sivu 97 - Study what a Bible Christian is ; be silent over it ; pray for grace to comprehend it, to accept it. And next ask yourselves this question, and be honest in your answer. This model of a Christian, though not commanding your literal imitation, still is it not the very model which has been fulfilled in others in every age since the New Testament was written? You will ask me in whom ? I am loth to say ; I have reason to ask you to be honest and candid ; for so it is, as if from consciousness of the...