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|In whatever way we may reconcile them, these two facts can each be established |
on abundant evidence : the one, that in the primitive exercises of conscience
there is a conviction of necessity ; the other, that the conscience is liable to
|Thus the mind will be stablished, strengthened, and settled. Lt 21, 1901 (OHC |
143). Is Conscience Changing Your Life? You may have a conscience and that
conscience may bring conviction to you, but the question is, Is that conviction a ...
|Conscience. Albert Einsteinsaidof Mahatma Gandhi that 'Generations to come, |
itmaybe,will scarce believe that such a one as this ... It isaset of practical
moralskillsthat stem from an inward knowledgeof the workings ofourown mind
|"Conscience and Moral Convictions. ... In fact, Ryle regards the contents of |
conscience as a type of moral conviction-. ... Obviously anticipating claims he
later made in The Concept of the Mind,7 Ryle claims that a moral conviction is
really a ...
|What the language of conscience contains is the self knowing itself as essential |
reality. ... Consciousness expresses its conviction : in this conviction alone is the
action duty : it holds good as duty, too, solely by the conviction being expressed.
|Conviction resides in the invisible domain of the soul and is at times the |
functional equivalent of the conscience, which ... God sends forth “into our mind
his own word, that reproves and chastens,” making the mind ashamed of its
errors in order ...
|In repressing and overcoming the efficacy of the convictions of the mind. ... A |
constant repugnancy against sin, from light in the mind and conviction in the
conscience, doth not prove that those in whom it is are not under the dominion of
|Most unbelievers know in their heart that what they are doing is wrong, even |
though their conscience has been defiled by sin. The Holy Ghost convicts ...
Sinners are convicted for individual sins primarily through their conscience. In the
book of ...
|But the Holy Spirit took his faithful proclamation of the gospel and carried it home |
with mighty conviction to the conscience and mind of the hearers so that they saw
and believed, This was no new experience for the Apostle Paul. Already in ...
|The enquiry is, how the sinner comes to Jesus, when the spirit has fastened |
saving convictions upon his mind i In what frame he comes ? What are the
workings of his mind at the time that he closeth with the Redeemer, and makes a