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|There is so much virtue in knowing some one thing well that there is a saying |
which advises to "Beware of the man of one book." "Beware" being used in the
good sense that such a mind is well nigh invulnerable, at least along the chosen
|Saint Thomas Aquinas Thinking about writing infinite books does not scare a fly, |
but writing infinite books gives one many ways to kill that fly. "Beware of the
person of one book." Saint Thomas Aquinas Beware of idiots who think their
|If a book of English synonyms be desired (and it is certainly not to be despised), |
Whateley's little manual (of which a. new and very ... Beware of the man of one
book,” says the proverb; but I have learned to beware of the man of many books.
|Listen to what one expert says about the word of God and the significance of |
Scripture. “Beware the person of one book,” we are told. For some people the
central message of a book becomes a cause; religious books such as the Bible
or the ...
|Alcott, Amos Bronson Beware of the person of one book. - Aquinas, St. Thomas I |
am not a speed reader. I am a speed understander. - Asimov, Isaac He had read
much, if one considers his long life; but his contemplation was much more than ...
|"Beware of the person of one book." ~St. Thomas Aquinas "In a real sense, |
people who have read good literature have lived more than people who cannot
or will not read. It is not true that we have only one life to live; if we can read, we
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|When he says that he is 'a man of one book', Wesley is simply not saying that he |
reads only this one text?2 Indeed, ... illo qui unicum legit librum' (beware the man
who only reads one book)?5 But this phrase by (pseudo-) Aquinas can be read ...
|Book Two: Christine's Journey to Paris Frank Kyle ... babies, which seems to me |
totally irrational But religious people always think they know what is best for
others and what the truth is But Aquinas also says beware of the person of one
|How it came there no one know s, but no human skill can take it out. So, in Holy |
Scripture, the Spirit of God is found fn a place from which no power of man can
remove it. The Bible the One Book. There is an old proverb, " Beware of the man
|[Judaism: Pirkei Avot] Accordingly, St. Thomas Aquinas even warned against the |
close-minded individual that seeks to limit God's salvific love to a specific or
single faith, “Beware of the person of one book.”59 Why? First, according to St.
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