The Principle of Protestantism; As Related to the Present State of the Church

The Principle of Protestantism; As Related to the Present State of the Church

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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. 1845 edition. Excerpt: ...Jungfern-Kinder erzeugen. Wie aber seine keuschen Marien in jenen Planeten aussehen muessen, das begreift mein Hirnkasten nicht!" The same writer presents his confession of faith, or no faith rather, which is pronounced by Herr Ludvigh, "the quintessence of the highest human spirit." It is to be found with him, inscribed on glass, and all "whose means allow them to honor such a pearl" can be fur-. The German, when true to his better nature, is distinguished by inwardness, heartiness, and a tendency to contemplation and deep thought. His favorite home is the ideal region of truth and beauty. He possesses at the same time inexhaustible energy and endurance. He can devote his whole life to the development of a nished with it there for five dollars. It is of such sort, as to throw Peuerbach himself into the shade, whose "Wesen des Ch.ristenlh.um3'.' is diligently turned to account by the ."Fac&e/.." "I believe" (thus speaks this "very distinguished scholar" of Boston) "in an inexplicable, exalted eternal existence, whose name no tongue has ever yet uttered, which was, is, and shall be, past, present and future, in all three eternally without change; which was, is, and shall be, one and the same in endless union with itself and the majestical whole; whose power comprehends itself and all, from eternity--that I also have sprung from its bosom, and as a shoot of its eternal endure forever--that my eternal deposited in my mother as seed, impregnated into a germ and brought into the world, formed my present--that I have here heaven and hell, joy and sorrow alike--that when my present shall here dissolve, its elements will be reduced again to the mas3 out of which I was taken by my...
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  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236533003
  • 9781236533005