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|Faith is a higher faculty than reason. - Bailey, Henry Christopher You don't decide |
to build a church because you have money in the bank. You build because God
says this is what I should do. Faith is the supplier of things hoped for and the ...
|“Our faith comes in moments. Yet there is a depth in those brief moments which |
constrains us to ascribe more reality to them than to all other experience.
Emerson.” Tom rolled over ... “Faith is a higher faculty than reason. Henry Bailey.”
|Like that earlier church sign, “FAITH IS A HIGHER FACULTY THAN REASON.” |
Humbug. At this point in recounting my American travels, Ibegin to think that
evenif the voice of reason is increasingly drowned out by the evangelical crowd,
that is ...
|Rationalists give the preeminence here, as elsewhere, to reason; while |
Christians hold with Coleridge that faith is a more primary, basal faculty than
reason, and that the truths apprehended by it are higher than those cognized by
|Facundus In the academic world a faculty is the organization for the teaching of a |
particular subject, so called because it can grant a faculty to receive or to
supplicate for a degree. .... As a supernatural act, faith is a higher faculty than
|We can use logic and reason to help us create change, but only up to a certain |
point — and then we must take the leap of faith. Because, as the nineteenth-
century English poet Philip James Bailey has said, "Faith is a higher faculty than
|He gave a third reading of it in the following year, February 19, 1883, at the "High |
School Building. ... The scientist, Coues urged, should recognize that imagination
is a higher faculty than reason, and that faith is the highest human attribute: ...
|—Mary Manin Morrissey The wayto seeby faith is to shut the eye of reason. —|
Benjamin Franklin Faith is a higher faculty than reason. —Philip James Bailey
Faith consists in believing when it is beyond the power of reason to believe. —
|Though I am sure your success has less to do with divine blessing than with your |
sharp intellect.” “I appreciate your kindness, but I must disagree,” Yosef answered
, bowing his head. “I have found that faith is a higher faculty than reason.
|Among these will probably be — First, do we possess any faculty higher than |
reason, whose sanction suffices to establish as coming from God, and therefore
as true, that which is unreasonable ; any faculty which rightfully dominates