2 edition of Church-life? or sect-life? found in the catalog.
Church-life? or sect-life?
|Statement||by James Martineau.|
|Contributions||MacDonald, S. F., fl. 1859, associated name., Whitfield, Edward T., publisher., Woodfall and Kinder.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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MARTINEAU, JAMES (–), Unitarian divine, youngest son and seventh child of Thomas Martineau (d. 21 June ), camlet and bombazine manufacturer, by his wife Elizabeth (d. 26 Aug. aged 78), eldest daughter of Robert Rankin, sugar refiner, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, was born in Magdalen Street, Norwich, on 21 April This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. K.M. Lyell, Life, Letters, and Journals of Sir Charles Lyell, Bart., 2 vols (London, ), contains many letters touching on Unitarianism, but the long philosophical letter written to Lyell by J.J.
Tayler, 23 Februarysuggests that more on Lyell’s religious interests must exist in unpublished manuscripts (J.H. Thom, Letters Embracing His Life of John James Tayler, B.A., 2 vols [London Cited by: 4.
How little of this soul-life we have in congregations. Creed-life, sect-life, Church-life, we have in abundance; hut where is soul-life, the life of holy love, earnest inquiry, independent action, spiritual freedom in relation to all that is Christlike and Divine.
2 Corinthians Divine revelation more glorious in Christ than in Moses. CHAPTER 1 v. supra, pp. – 2 Cf. Alexander Gordon, ‘The Antrim Presbytery,’ Non-Subscribing Presbyterian (Belfast), no. (July, ), – 3 Cf. McLachlan, ‘The Irish Academies,’ U. (London), vi (), 91– 4 This institution (precursor of the University) had been founded inand largely supported by Non-Subscribers, to provide higher.
However, although the book is about religious life formation, its basic theme, namely the dynamics of initiation rituals, is relevant to any individual or group concerned about their future. typical characteristics of sect life style). Concerning result of this can be indifference to real-church life that.
This ambitious book is an account of the economic and social dynamics Author: Ekaterina Bataeva. 1 Cf. Lampe, Historia, p. 2 Cf. Uzoni, Historia, i, 3 Cf.
Lampe, op. cit., pp. In the caption to this Sententia occurs the word Unitarios, which if an authentic part of the original is apparently the earliest demonstrable use of the word, but it is quite possible that this caption instead of being a part of the original, is the composition of the editor, and hence of much.
A great deal of illuminating sociological work has been done along these lines on the typical patterns of church life and attitudes, compared and contrasted with those of the sects, and on how both leaders and led see their roles in relation to each other and to the wider society.
Whether the 'religions of a book' have the flexibility to. This polarity is continuous with Unitarian Universalism's historical self-understanding.
James Martineau, a leading Unitarian in Britain () acknowledged in Church-life. or Sect-life. (Martineau, written in ) that British Unitarianism was both Church and sect (this fifty years before Troeltsch,first published.
The contents of a book can be desirable from the national viewpoint, but be forbidden from the standpoint of some international entity. A teacher can, on the basis of his inner, super-governmental ties feel obligated to obstruct, to disturb, to sabotage the work of the Hitler Youth, which he would have to promote by all means according to the.