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" Christian morals, that no merits could atone for it. I cannot but think emulation an unhallowed principle of action ; — as scarcely, if at all, to be disjoined from jealousy and envy, from pride and contention ; — incompatible with loving our neighbour... "
A Practical View of Christian Education in Its Earliest Stages - Sivu 129
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington - 1818 - 196 sivua
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Nide 1

Noah Worcester - 1819
...neighbour as ourselves, and a principle ofsur.ii potency as to he likely to engross tbe mind and turn il from the motives, which it should be the great business of education to cherish and render predominant. — We readily agree with the author, tii it the principle of emulation is questionable and dangerous...

The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Nide 1

Henry Ware - 1819
...neighbour as ourselves, and a principle of such potency as to be likely to engross the mind and turn it from the motives, which it should be the great business of education to cherish and render predominant.—We readily agree with the author, that the principle of emulation is questionable and...

A practical view of Christian education in its early stages: to which is ...

Thomas Babington - 1826
...Christian morals, that no merits could atone for it. I cannot but think emulation an unhallowed principle of action ; — as scarcely, if at all, to be disjoined...Mr. Gisborne's remarks upon it, in his " Duties of Women." If emulation is an unhallowed motive, it cannot innocently be employed, whatever good effects...

A Practical View of Christian Education in Its Early Stages: To which is ...

Thomas Babington - 1826 - 278 sivua
...and envy, from pride and contention ;—incompatible with loving our neighbour as ourselves;—and a principle of such potency as to be likely to engross...Mr. Gisborne's remarks upon it, in his " Duties of Women." If emulation is an unhallowed motive, it cannot innocently be employed, whatever good effects...

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Mary Atkinson Maurice - 1833
...and is a very powerful motive to exertion. I cannot but think emulation a very unhallowed principle of action, as scarcely, if at all, to be disjoined...namely, a sense of duty, and gratitude, and love to God. F 2 If emulation is an unhallowed motive, it cannot innocently be employed, whatever good effects may...

Colloquies on Religion and Religious Education: Originally Pub. as a ...

John Minter Morgan - 1849 - 217 sivua
...Christian morals, that no merits could atone for it. I cannot but think emulation an unhallowed principle of action, as scarcely, if at all, to be disjoined...Mr. Gisborne's remarks upon it in his ' Duties of Women.' If emulation is an unhallowed motive, it cannot Fitzosborne. — Some of the evangelicals are...

Colloquies on religion, and religious education, a suppl. to 'Hampden in the ...

John Minter Morgan - 1850
...contention ; incompatible with loving our neighbour as ourselves : and a principle of such potencv as to be likely to engross the mind, and turn it habitually...Mr. Gisborne's remarks upon it in his ' Duties of Women.' If emulation is an unhallowed motive, it cannot Fitzosborne. — Some of the evangelicals are...




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