The Elements of Morality: Including Polity, Volume 2

Front Cover
John W. Parker, 1845 - Ethics
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

The Image of God 585 The Image of God in Christ
13
Death and Resurrection of Christ 587 Atonement of Christ 588 Belief and Participation of the Spirit
16
Christian Precepts concerning Property
30
Tenaciousness condemned 622 Litigation 623 Equity
36
Christian Precepts concerning Truth
37
Lies and Fraud 626 Honesty Chap VII Christian Precepts concerning Purity
38
Lasciviousness 628 Fornication
39
Other lusts 630 The Conjugal Union
40
Whether it were better to marry 632 Religious Significance of Marriage 633 Divorce among Jews 634 Divorce among Christians 635 Separation for ...
44
Christian reasons for it 639 Moderation in Dress 640 Domestic Duties
45
Christian Precepts concerning Obedience and Command
46
Good Government of Parents 645 Provision for our Families 646 Slaves among Christians 647 Christian Obedience to Magistrates 648 And to the Est...
49
The Christian Rule of Conscience
52
The Rule is the Will of God 654 Known to us in whatever manner 655 Revelation does not supersede Reason 656 Scripture acknowledges Reason 65...
53
Various kinds of Precepts are mingled in Scrip ture 660 Our Supreme Rule is derived from Scripture and Reason jointly 661 The Will of God is the a...
54
This is expressed by the Patriarchal System 872 And by the Divine Right of Governors 873 Others regard the Internal Act of Will 874 This is express...
56
Natural Piety
57
Government is never merely a Contract 883 If a tacit Contract it leads to no results 884 The Doctrine of Rights of Man is useless 885 Each theory mu...
63
Reverence to God is a Duty 664 This combines Fear and Love 665 Obedience to God is a Duty 666 That is right which is intended by God 667 That ...
64
Oaths
66
Oaths of Testimony
70
Oaths of Assertion 687 Oaths of Promise
71
The Imposer is the State
74
Meaning of an Oath
75
The Feudal System
76
The Silence of the State may interpret 694 Custom may interpret 695 If sanctioned by the State 696 Present usage of words is not the interpretation 6...
77
Christian Piety
83
Obedience to God includes all Duties 707 Peculiar Christian Duties 708 Christian Duty of Gratitude
84
Christians are sons of God 710 Christian Filial Obedience to God 711 Christian Love of men as brethren
86
Includes all Duties and extends them 713 Christian Duty of Prayer 714 Difficulty respecting Prayer
87
Christian Resignation 716 Christian Private Prayer
89
Religious Belief
90
Christian Edification
99
Christian Ordinances in General
109
But of weight as Examples 752 Jewish Ordinances were types
113
Passover Easter 754 Pentecost Whitsuntide 755 Other Ordinances 756 Third Apostolic Institution 757 Fourth Catholic Tradition 758 The National Ch...
115
Grounds of the Ordinance 760 Opinions of its Authority 761 Jewish Sabbath abolished 762 Is the Fourth Commandment binding? 763 Difference of...
116
Not instituted in the wilderness 766 Was an early usage in Egypt 767 Probable state of the matter at the Exodus 768 The Form of the Ordinance to be...
122
Consecratkd Places
125
Baptism
131
Funeral Rites of Christians
138
It brings religious duties home to us 679 So help me
140
Christian Ministers
145
Reasons for a Christian Clergy 812 Jewish Priesthood 813 Christian Presbyters 814 Maintained by their flocks 815 A paid Ministry a Christian Ordina...
148
Are a Catholic and Apostolic Ordinance Ordination
150
New forms of Political Struggle 967 Anglo Saxon Wittenagemote
151
General notion of a Priest 820 Is not that of a Christian Minister 821 Divine Commission of Christian Ministers 822 Ordination by laying on hands 8...
154
Sale of Advowsons is not Simoniacal Ecclesiastical Polity
155
BOOK
157
The Rights op the State
159
Historical Eights of the Clergy 1090 Rights of the State over the Church 1091 The Legislature must be friendly to the Church 1092 Tests Liturgies an...
162
The Obligations of the State
170
Makes State Education difficult 1095 Political Struggles of Dissenters 1096 The Established Church can educate the People
174
The Representative System of Government
231
Importance of Parliament 972 Privileges of Parliament
245
Election of Members 974 A free Constitution established in England 975 Testimony of Fortescue 976 And of Philip de Comines 977 The Constitutio...
250
Charles I Petition of Right
251
The Social Contract was appealed to at thi Revolution of 1688
254
Appropriation of the Revenue by Parliament 986 Act of Settlement
256
Demand of a Reform of Parliament 988 Earlier extensions of Parliament 989 Kinds of Electors of Members
257
The Reform Bill of 1831
259
Duties ok the State in general
260
Duties of the State Justice and Truth
266
Willingness to Give
267
To mark the condemnation of James II
268
Of Promises of Marriage
269
Duties op the StateHuMANnr
270
External Duties of Justice and Truth 998 Justice in the State
271
What Rights ought the State to give? 1003 It ought to abolish Slavery 1004 To improve the condition of the Lower Orders 1005 To teach Foresight ...
272
Yet may not absorb the population 1017 Ought the People to limit their own numbers? 1018 Harshness of this advice 1019 Is Emigration a resource?...
285
Cruelty to animals
286
Duties op the StatePurity
287
Revolution does not admit of Rules 892 Example of such a Question 893 And its Decision
289
Duties op the StateOrder
297
How can the State educate the People?
307
The Relations op the Church to
313
the Polity of Ecclesiastical Supremacy
332
Temper of the Deliberation
333
There it is the Constitution 898 A Compact of each with all 899 Hence it is the same in other States 900 The Social Contract contains many Articles 9...
342
Has the advantage of an Established Church 1111 And offers a Tribunal for States 1112 Has never been completely accepted 1113 Has not correspo...
344
Duty or the Church as to its Relations to the State
346
The State may offer Establishment 1119 May the Church accept? 1120 Texts explained 1121 Maintenance of Pastors
348
BOOK VI
359
The Rights of War
366
vol 11
367
War involves mutual Obligations 1148 Combatants and Noncombatants 1149 Surrender 1150 Assassins
370
Stratagems 1152 Spies
371
Quarter
372
Storm 1155 Contributions
373
115a Towns reduced by famine 1159 Guerillas
374
a Right to the National Territory 833 There can be no Rights to land without this 834 Rights of Civilized States against Savages 835 Second the Bight...
376
Right of Conquest
377
Maxims respecting Rights of Territory 1168 Bays
378
Rights of War and Rights of Commerce 1174 Enemies ships make enemies goods 1175 Neutral ships make neutral goods 1176 The Right of Blocka...
380
Question of neutral ships 1178 The Rule of 1756
382
The Right of Search Chap IV International Rights op Jurisdiction
386
Two maxims of International Jurisdiction 1188 A third is the Comity of Nations 1189 Why so called 1190 Conflict of Laws
387
Lex loci rei sitm 1192 Lex domicilii
390
Definition of Domicile 1194 Lex loci contractus 1195 Lex fori
391
Right of holding Land 1197 Droit daubaine 1198 Laws of status 1199 As to Marriage
392
Extradition of Criminals
393
Allegiance
394
May Subjects renounce Allegiance? 1203 Who are Subjects? 1204 Local Allegiance
395
International Rights op Intercourse Art 1205 National Intercourse 1206 The Right of Legation 1207 Recognition of States 1208 To be made on mora...
396
Who may make Treaties? 1212 Conventions Fsedera 1213 Guarantee
399
Intervention 1215 Moral Progress of International Law 1216 Prospect for the Future
400

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information