An Address Delivered Before the Senior Class in Divinity College, Cambridge, Sunday Evening, 15 July, 1838

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James Munroe, 1838 - Unitarianism - 31 pages
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Page 27 - to them a man. Look to it first and only, that you are such ; that fashion, custom, authority, pleasure, and money are nothing to you, — are not bandages over your eyes, that you cannot see, — but live with the privilege of the immeasurable mind. Not too anxious to visit
Page 9 - into the deeps of Reason. When he says, " I ought; " when love warms him ; when he chooses, warned from on high, the good and great deed ; then, deep melodies wander through his soul from Supreme Wisdom. Then he can
Page 5 - be written out on paper, or spoken by the tongue. They elude, evade our persevering thought, and yet we read them hourly in each other's faces, in each other's actions, in our own remorse. The moral traits which are all globed into every virtuous act and
Page 23 - and gropes after it knows not what. And for want of this culture, the soul of the community is sick and faithless. It wants nothing so much as a stern, high, stoical, Christian discipline, to make it know itself and the divinity that
Page 12 - He felt respect for Moses and the prophets ; but no unfit tenderness at postponing their initial revelations, to the hour and the man that now is ; to the eternal revelation in the heart. Thus was he a true man. Having seen that the law in us is commanding, he would not suffer it to be commanded.
Page 7 - in each ray of the star, in each wavelet of the pool, active ; and whatever opposes that will, is everywhere baulked and baffled, because things are made so, and not otherwise. Good is positive. Evil is merely
Page 7 - These facts have always suggested to man the sublime creed, that the world is not the product of manifold power, but of one will, of one mind ; and that one mind is everywhere, in each ray of the star, in each wavelet of the pool, active ; and whatever opposes that will, is everywhere baulked and baffled, because things are
Page 31 - shall see the identity of the law of gravitation with purity of heart; and shall show that the Ought, that Duty, is one thing with Science, with Beauty, and with Joy. THE
Page 30 - question, that the angel is shown. But these are heights that we can scarce remember and look up to, without contrition and shame. Let us thank God that such things exist. And now let us do what we can to rekindle the smouldering, nigh quenched fire on the altar. The evils of that church that now is, are manifest. The question returns, What shall we do
Page 27 - not bandages over your eyes, that you cannot see, — but live with the privilege of the immeasurable mind. Not too anxious to visit

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