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|Jf the christian religion be a divine revelation, as it was first delivered to mankind, |
must be of unspeakable importance. ... We wish every man to go to heaven his
own way ; that is, in a way of his own choice from conviction ; but we also wish ...
|“Don't look at me that way, Darling,” she continued in a coy voice, endeavoring to |
quell his skepticism. She fumbled with a ... There is only one God, and every man
must revere Him in their own way—How else can we be free and happy?” He
took her hands in his ... He lowered his eyes, “Things cannot go on this way,
something must be done, I—I don't want my son to be born . . .” He couldn't resign
|In a secular State, the State is only concerned with the relation between man and |
man. It is not concerned with the relation of man with God. It is left to the
individual's conscience. Every man should be allowed to go to heaven in his own
|Here was a debauchee, a frequenter of theatres, a murderer, a suicide, and yet |
anticipating the rewards of heaven ! ... In my own ministerial experience, I have
known a case almost as gross ; and what are the generality of men doing in ... His
guests were greatly surprised and annoyed; but he said, " Every one of you hath
his particular plague, and my wife is ... way, the man let go his hold, saying, •'
Well, i Jack, if you will be master I cannot help it A willful beast must go his own
|In my own ministerial experience, I have known a case almost as gross ; and |
what are the generality of men doing in places where the gospel is faithfully
preached, but living in known sin, and still expecting to go to heaven at lost ? ...
His guests were greatly surprised and annoyed ; but he said, " Every one of you
hath his particular plague, and my wife is mine, ... way, the man let go his hold,
saying, •' Well, i Jack, if you will be master I cannot help it A willful beast must go
his own way.
|Ay, that is the matter, — some were given hy word : how will you get them from us|
? ... As far as you are concerned you have no right to dictate, hut no man has a
right to have his own way, hecause every man must suhmit to God. ... Jlen call on
Mercy, and say, ' Seize the arm of Justice, and hold it hack till I get to heaven.
|J. B. Bury in his A History of Freedom of Thought (1913) surveyed the many |
different approaches to intellectual liberty ... And Frederick the Great, writing in
1740, a few months after his accession to the throne, noted "that everyone should
be allowed t0 g0 to heaven in his own way. ... free scope and every man, being
completely responsible for his own soul, must seek and find the truth in his own
|After his banishment to Rhode Island in 1636, Williams underwent a complete |
change of mind upon several of the issues that had ... He decided that there were
many paths to Heaven and that every man must be free to choose his own way.
|that he shall be thy Lord, who hath bought thee, and that he shall bring thee to |
heaven in his own way? This is justifying, saving faith, and the mark by which
thou must try thyself. Yet still observe, that all this consent must be hearty and real
, not ...
|In the spiritual world, moreover, there are actually ways leading to every society |
of heaven or of hell. ... Plain it isfrom this thatangels are nothing but heavenly
loves; otherwisethey wouldnot have seen the ways tending to heaven. ... It is
clear, then, that when a man becomes a spirit, as he does after death, he is the
affectionof hisown loveand has noother thought ... Furthermore, as divine love
andwisdom are human in form,it also followsthat the angelic heaven must be in