A Parallel of the Doctrine of the Pagans with the Doctrine of the Jesuits; and that of the Constitution Unigenitus Issued by Pope Clement XI.: Divided Into Several Chapters and Sections, Shewing the Contrary Sentiments of the Pagans and Jesuits, Concerning: I. The Knowledge and Love of God and Justice. II.The Worship Due to God, and the Love Due to Our Neighbour. III. Sins of Ignorance, and Wilful Or Premeditated Sins. IV. Precipitant Absolutions. V. The Servile Fear of God. VI. Vain Swearing. VII. Concupiscence, and the Sensual Pleasures. VIII. Publick Shews, Loose Conversation, Obscene Tracts, Lascivious Looks and Behaviour. IX. Sins of the Marriage Bed. X. Pimps and Procurers. XI. Luxury and Vanity of Women. XII. Gluttony and Drunkenness. XIII. The Murder of Kings, &c
J. Pemberton at the Buck and Sun in Fleetstreet., 1726 - 253 pages
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Page 189 - Whose adorning let it not be that outward adorning of plaiting the hair, and of wearing of gold, or of putting on of apparel ; but let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God of great price.
Page 172 - It is the duty of a young man to reverence his elders, and amongst them to select the best and the worthiest, on whose advice and authority to rely. For the inexperience of youth ought to be instructed and conducted by the wisdom of the aged. Above all things, the young man ought to be restrained from lawless desires, and exercised in endurance and labour...
Page 90 - You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength.
Page 170 - Woe unto you, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites ! for ye make clean the outside of the cup and platter, but within they are full of extortion and excess.
Page 182 - Susanna sighed, and said: I am straitened on every side; for if I do this thing, it is death to me, and if I do it not, I shall not escape your hands. But it is better for me to fall into your hands without doing it, than to sin in the sight of the Lord.
Page 13 - The obedience of the law must necessarily arise from some source, and that source is Charity. When the Love of God is its inward principle, and God's Glory its end, then that which appears outwardly is pure, otherwise is hypocrisy or feigned righteousness.
Page 169 - ... for * he that looketh on a woman to luft after her, hath 'already committed adultery with her in his heart/ Againft the Eighth: a man fins in dancing, when he withdraweth the heart of another from God.
Page 22 - The fear of an unjust excommunication ought never to deter us from doing our duty. We never go out of the Church...
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