"Niedergefahren zu den Toten": ein Beitrag zur Würdigung des Apostolikums

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De Gruyter, Incorporated, 1900 - Apostles' Creed - 240 pages

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Page 181 - Und ich will Feindschaft setzen zwischen dir und dem Weibe, und zwischen deinem Samen und ihrem Samen. Derselbe soll dir den Kopf zertreten; und du wirst ihn in die Ferse stechen.
Page 198 - Tale aliquid etiam post hanc vitam fieri , incredibile non est, et utrum ita sit, quaeri potest: et aut inveniri, aut latere, nonnullos fideles per ignem quemdam purgatorium, quanto magis minusve bona pereuntia dilexerunt, tanto tardius citiusque salyari; non tamen tales de quibus dictum est, quod regnum Dei non possidebunt , nisi convenienter poenitentibus eadem crimina remittantur.
Page 215 - As never thou didst feel; and wilt desire To slink away, and hide thee from His sight; And yet wilt have a longing aye to dwell Within the beauty of His countenance. And these two pains, so counter and so keen, — The longing for Him, when thou seest Him not; The shame of self at thought of seeing Him, — Will be thy veriest, sharpest purgatory.
Page 174 - Cain et eos qui similes sunt ei et Sodomitas et Aegyptios et similes eis et omnes omnino gentes, quae in omni...
Page 196 - Nihil aliud teneatis nisi quod vera fides per catholicam ecclesiam docet; quia descendens ad inferos Dominus illos solummodo ab inferni claustris eripuit, quos viventes in carne per suam gratiam in fide et bona operatione servavit."—Gregory the Great.
Page 145 - Paradisum dicit Scriptura divina, velut in quodam eruditionis loco, et, ut ita dixerim, auditorio vel schola animarum. ' In terra,' I presume, is ' within the earth,'
Page 205 - Daß ich in meinen höchsten Anfechtungen versichert sei, mein Herr Christus habe mich durch seine unaussprechliche Angst, Schmerzen und Schrecken, die er auch an seiner Seele am Kreuz und zuvor erlitten, von der höllischen Angst und Pein erlöset.
Page 214 - God ; this happy effect of virtue would have a tendency, byway of example, and possibly in other ways, to amend those of them who are capable of amendment, and being recovered to a just sense of virtue.
Page 216 - In multitudes of human beings, where we see only ignorance', sin, or defiance, there may be in the crisis of death, or in the valley of the shadow, the faint workings of a change in the principle of their life, and what may thus begin shall grow. If there be at the decisive point of life, however late it may come, the tremulous inclination of the soul to God, the feeblest presence of that which makes for righteousness and faith, in heathen or in Christian, it will be recognised of the Judge, and...

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