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|used to lead us on to a foolish interest in the fortunes of the boy and girl they |
described. The boy was to be raised ... The highest compact we can make with
our fellow is,Lct there be truth between us two for evermore. That is the charm
in all ...
|"The highest compact we can make with our fellows," says Emerson, "is that there |
be truth and love between us two forevermore. There can never be deep peace
between two spirits, never mutual respect, until in their walk and conversation ...
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|In undramatic fact, what occurred was simply the conclusion of a two-and-a-half-|
day editing job, by Congress, upon a paper which ... There are 27 charges, an
appalling indictment which makes one wonder precisely as it was intended to
do why the ... "Lest this declaration should disquiet the minds of our friends
and fellow-subjects in any part of the empire, we assure them that we mean not to
dissolve that Union which has so long and so happily subsisted between us, and
|A reverent discussion of fundamental religious truths but not sufficiently lucid. |
Leaves only ... The hero's misfortune should have been a bar to marriage. We
cannot ... Teaches a wholesome lesson but does not rank very high as a literary
work. ... One or two chapters are by other writers and one deals with the poet's
brother Charles. ... So we do well to ponder these strong words of Paul until their
rich meaning is understood. ... It is a superb boon which I am offering my fellow-
men. I will ...
|1, 2. John, Who bare witness of the Word of God, and of the Testimony of Jesus |
Christ, even of all things that he saw. ... And from these epistles it is not difficult to
draw a very strong argument for the truth of the Christian Creed, and the general
... But there is one stronghold now in our hands, in some respects even more
important than these epistles. ... B Of wha' sort then was the Christianity of St.
John between thirty and forty years after Christ's death, as we find it in the Book of
|This major work by a leading philosopher will appeal to philosophers in all areas.|
|"Gaines has a deft understanding of the Washington-Lafayette relationship ... [and] a knack for wielding substantial research with aplomb."San Francisco Chronicle This book tells the story of the French and American Revolutions in a ...|
|On the Nature of Things is the only surviving work of the Roman philosopher Lucretius, born in 99 BC. In On the Nature of Things, Lucretius sought to liberate his fellow Romans from their fear of the gods, and their fear of death.|
|Delves into the roots of seventeenth-century thought to illuminate the Puritan mission in the New World. Bibiogs|