2 edition of Self-communings of a martyr found in the catalog.
Self-communings of a martyr
|Other titles||Lessons in Christian perfection.|
|Statement||translated, with an introduction on the life of Father heath by James Meyer.|
|LC Classifications||BX2350.5 .H413 1947|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 155 p. :|
|Number of Pages||155|
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Self-Communings of a Martyr, Being the Doliloquia or Lessons in Christian Perfection of Ven. Paul Heath, O.F.M., translated by Fr. James Meyer, O.F.M.; Franciscan Herald; ; pp, 7”tall; Good Hardcover, library bound $ SL Spiritual Exercises, Being ghostly meditations, and a near way to come to perfection and life contemplative.
APOLOGY. [TRANSLATED BY THE REV. THELWALL, LATE SCHOLAR OF CHRIST'S COLLEGE, CANTAB.] THE APOLOGY.(1) CHAP. Rulers of the Roman Empire, if, seated for the administration of justice on your lofty tribunal, under the gaze of every eye, and occupying there all but the highest position in the state, you may not openly inquire into and sift before.
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The next fragment—“Of the Execrable Gods of the Heathens”—is of quite uncertain authorship. Luther received a copy of the book against him by Catharinus on March 6 or 7, yet, in order to forestall the effect of the work on the Diet of Worms, in the course of the same month he composed the lengthy reply which is all steeped in mystical fanaticism.
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TERTULLIAN APOLOGY. [TRANSLATED BY THE REV. THELWALL, LATE SCHOLAR OF CHRIST'S. COLLEGE, CANTAB.] THE APOLOGY. CHAP. Rulers of the Roman Empire, if, seated for the administration of justice on your lofty tribunal, under the gaze of every eye, and occupying there all but the highest position in the state, you may not openly inquire into and.
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None at all. So the solution's easy enough; each of us stays put in his or her corner and takes no notice of the others. You here, you here, and I there. Like soldiers at our posts. Also, we mustn't speak. Not one word. That won't be difficult; each of us has plenty of material for self-communings.
The best of men That e'er wore earth about him was a sufferer, A soft, meek, patient, humble, tranquil spirit, The first true gentleman that ever breathed." In the same spirit is his dialogue between the Christian lady and the angel, in The Virgin Martyr, a tragedy written in connection with Massinger.
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APOLOGY. [TRANSLATED BY THE REV. S. THELWALL, LATE SCHOLAR OF CHRIST'S. COLLEGE, CANTAB.] THE APOLOGY.(1) CHAP. I. Rulers of the Roman Empire, if, seated for the administration of justice on your lofty tribunal, under the gaze of every eye, and occupying there all but the highest position in the state, you may not openly inquire into and sift before .