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|well understood that divine intervention has nothing at all do with this venture, |
which has nothing extraordinary about it Thus they ... All pain is a punishment,
and every punishment (except the last) is inflicted for love as much as for justice.
|Lewis, C. S. Even Pain pricks to livelier living. - Lowell, Amy All pain is a |
punishment, and every punishment is inflicted for love as much as for justice. -
Maistre, Joseph De Pain was their body's way of telling them that they'd pushed ...
|"All have sinned and come short of the glory of God. ... Yet it needs very little |
reflection to discern that punishment is itself inflicted in love, and that the
forgiveness of sin may be ... Any consideration of the justice of forgiveness must
be based upon a true estimate of what sin is, and what ... Punishment is Pain or
Loss (damnum) made conditional on wrong doing ; so that if the man does the
wrong he incurs ...
|113 consequences,' chiefly or solely because they are the uniform results, and |
not because we perceive any reason why ... same authority which enacted the
law itself, ' is nearly allied to revenge,' because this would strike at the justice of
all laws, ... The essence of reward, after all, consists. in the pleasure given—the
essence of punishment, in the pain inflicted, or the ... from some loved, respected
guardian. i To any one who has sensibility, the lashes of the tongue are
|all penalties ; for triere is no mode of punishment which docs not occasion some |
degree of pain, The very efficacy of punishment consists ... He threatens the
transgressors of law with a penalty infinitely more appal- ing than any which can
be inflicted on them here. ... The scaffold is the high arena where Justice
manifests her jealousy for the law, her watchfulness for the great principles of
right ; where Benevolence displays her deep concern for the general good, and
shows her love for ...
|And this pain which is the price at which he purchases his cure, and thereby |
avoids more serious pain which ... as likely to be efl'ective as any punishment
could be, in deterring the patient himself, and the friends who witnessed it, from
running ... in all cases; and in like manner it may be aflirmed, that in all cases of
moral delinquency pain would be more severely ... The law that in kindness, and
with no desire to punish, withdraws the bottle from the infatuated drunkard, inflicts
upon him ...
|The same holds good in all cases ; and in like manner it may be affirmed, that in |
all cases of moral delinquency pain ... good to the sufferer ; and the real good of
both must always go hand in hand, since ' true self-love and social are the same.
... Would the severest advocate for the punishment of his fellow creatures, wish to
inflict upon a drunkard any more terrible pain ... We would much rather see the
united endeavours of philanthropists and the legislature turned to these, the
|... that there is no contradiction between the love and justice of the Almighty, and |
that eternal punishment will at last be ... Juke, in his book on the restitution of all
things, writes as follows : "When I think of God's justice, which it is said inflicts not
only millions of years of pain for each thought, or word, or act of sin during this
short life of seventy years — not even millions of ages only for every such act, but
a punishment which when millions of ages of judgment have been inflicted for
|He has a right to heartfelt obedience to all His laws, from all the vast family of |
man. This right grows out of erroneous supposition, that justice requires an
unmerciful punishment. ... Every pain that'is inflicted without a design of
benefitting man is dictated by cruekv, and eternally at war with every principle of
justice. .... When he employs the melting accents of love, we call it mercy, and yet
it is evident that in both cases it is nothing more or less than an application of the
same eternal ...
|This view of punishment is truly honourable to the Deity — truly calculated to win |
the most obdurate to the love and ... of punishment which is implied in the
objection is essentially unjust, because it is the infliction of mere pain — pain that
... beneficial purpose, which — as it is perfectly inconsistent with goodness, so it
must be totally irreconcilable to justice. Objection 4. If the only just end of
punishment be repentanco, and there be any curse of the law at all. it must be