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Page 85 - ... introduction to the sacred service. After this, addressing in full and aloud, to each individual, and last of all to himself, the words of the institution, he first gave the bread and the wine to the others who were present, then partook of them himself, and said, ' Upon these words of Scripture I abide ; they are the foundation of my faith.
Page 86 - He laid himself back upon the pillow. The radiance still rested upon his features. After some minutes he said, " Now, I can hold out here no longer ; " and again, " Give me another position." He was laid upon his side ; he breathed a few times ; life came to a stand. The children had entered the room in the meantime, and surrounded the bed, kneeling. His eye gradually closed.
Page 98 - The fourth is a section of the art of Criticism which has not been worked out as a separate discipline, and concerning which but few rules can be given in the way of teaching ; so that its attainment depends almost exclusively upon the possession of a certain natural capacity, and upon practice, § 19. Every one who wishes to make himself master of a particular discipline in its whole extent, must make it his object to sift and to supplement what others have already accomplished therein.
Page 92 - ... been exhibited as an essential part of the scientific organization: it is true that this also has reference to the God of our God-consciousness; yet, being a speculative science, it is altogether a different thing from the theology with which we have to do. 2. A theology will be formed in connection with every determinate mode of faith, in the measure in which the latter is communicated rather by the aid of mental representations than of symbolical actions, and in the measure in which, at the...
Page 223 - THE TRUE END of EDUCATION, and the MEANS ADAPTED TO IT; in a Series of Familiar Letters to a Lady entering on the Duties of her Profession as Private Governess. By MARGARET THOHNLEY.
Page 99 - ... with the other activities of the human mind — content themselves with a merely empirical mode of apprehension. The fact that the essential nature of Christianity is connected with a certain history, merely determines more particularly the mode of the understanding insisted upon; it is a circumstance which cannot prejudice the problem itself. 22. Unless religious communities are to be looked upon as practical mistakes, it must be possible to show that the existence of such associations is a...
Page 85 - The perfect lineaments of death presented themselves ; his eye appeared to have grown dim — his death-struggle to have been accomplished. At this moment he laid his two forefingers upon his left eye, as he often did when reflecting deeply, and began to speak : ' We have the reconciliation-death of Jesus Christ, his body and his blood.
Page 85 - ... death-struggle to have been accomplished. At this moment he laid his two forefingers upon his left eye, as he often did when reflecting deeply, and began to speak: ' We have the reconciliation-death of Jesus Christ, his body and his blood.' — While thus engaged, he had raised himself up, his features began to grow animated, his voice became clear and strong, and he said with priestly solemnity, ' Are ye one with me in this faith ?' to which his friends replied with a loud ' Yea!' ' Then let...
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