General History of the Christian Religion and Church Volume 4

General History of the Christian Religion and Church Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1865 edition. Excerpt: ... good deeds." When Aegidius came in contact with persons who dreaded undertaking any good thing, for fear that vanity might mix in and spoil the whole, said calling, at tencant pacem in terra et ut gentes secire possint ire per vias et secure manerc in suis domibus. He savs of them, quod totum mundum tencant in bcllo et labore. And he expresses his surprise, quod tarn pauci homines tencant in labore tot irentes. quot sunt in hoc mundo. He says that the majority of them ipsi se faciant servos vilitim hominum. He speaks of their love of the chase; he describes how they excused themselves on the plea that this was their relaxation; and thus pretending that by such pursuits they avoided sin; sed non attendunt ad malos procuratores, quos rclinquunt loco sui et qui sunt populo sicut lupi voraccs et dum ipsi venantur et se recreant, lupi comcdunt oves sibi commissas. lu complaining of the cupidity, the ambition, and the ignoranco of physicians (quia opcruntur in intirmfc plus casualiter, quam certa scicntia, idco plurcs homines occiduntur quam sanautur a medicis), he recommends, as the best practice of medicine, that the patient should study his own case, find out what nils him, et caveat, ne utatur rebus contrariis et sinat operari in se cursum naturae. 1 Igitur bencdictussis, quia non est itn do te, quoniam quoticseunquo homo vclit vidcre te et contemplando loqui tecum, semper potest, nunquam janune sunt clausac, vol. ii, 1. iii, Distinct, xxiii, c. cxi, t. ix, f. 247. Gratia attrahit gratiam ct unum vitiutn trahit ad aliud. 2 Via cundi sursum est ire dcorsum. 312 THE SEEKING! AFTEK MIRACLES CENSURED. he, " Be not withheld by this from doing good. If the husbandman, when about to scatter his seed on the earth, sftould say within himself, I...show more

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  • Paperback | 386 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 685g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236519299
  • 9781236519290