Swedenborgianism Depicted in Its True Colours

Swedenborgianism Depicted in Its True Colours

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1820 edition. Excerpt: ...family secrets, to tell lies, to deceive, to blaspheme, carelessness about the children, &c.--C. L. 252. "The second cause of legitimate separation, is, a vkiated state of body." He mentions various diseases; and among others pestilential fevers, cancers, gangrenes, and the like; lipothamia, which is a total faintness of body and defect of strength, paralysis or palsy, epilepsy, fixed weakness Arising from apoplexy, the cholic, caeliac aft'ection, rupture, and other diseases.--C. L. 253. 4fc. 3. He permits those who put their wives away on account of such causes " to take a concubine.," That concubinage apart from a wife, whentft is engaged in from causes legitimate, .'.." jiut, and TBUtr Conscientious, is not illicit."--C. E. 467., .;' The legitimate causes of this are the legitimate causes of divorce, as.;."-.adultery, &c. on the wife's part, whom he allows to be retained at her hus4 band's home without legal proof of her adultery having been offered while "he keeps a concubine.--C. L. 468, 4Cy. ', . "That the just causes of this concubinage are the just causes of separation from the bed. There are legitimate causes of separation, and there are just causes; legitimate causes are enforced by edicts from judges, and just causes By Edicts Adjcdg Id By The Man Alone. The causes both legitimate and just of separation from the bed, and also from the house, were enumerated in a compendium above."--No. 25i, 853--CI 470. That " contcientioui real causes are such as are grounded in what is just. To know these causes it may be sufficient to recount tome of them, as, no natural affection torr-.." wards children, and consequent rejection of them, intemperance, drunkenness, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236977343
  • 9781236977342