2 edition of Religious excitements not the result of special divine influence found in the catalog.
Religious excitements not the result of special divine influence
|Statement||by Jason Whitman.|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 10036|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||96184993|
His book is an attempt to help us do precisely that. In the second part of the book, Edwards works through twelve “signs” that are uncertain. In other words, he explains twelve things that may look like indicators of truly gracious affections, but which do not prove things one way or the other: No Sign 1. The religious affections are very. PAGE. LECTURE I. RELIGION AND NEUROLOGY. 3. Introduction: the course is not anthropological, but deals with personal documents—Questions of fact and questions of value—In point of fact, the religious are often neurotic—Criticism of medical materialism, which condemns religion on that account—Theory that religion has a sexual origin refuted—All states of mind are neurally conditioned.
Richard Furman Citation Information: Richard Furman, "Exposition of the Views of the Baptists Relative to the Coloured Population of the United States in Communication to the Governor of South Carolina," Charleston, Reprinted in Rogers, James A. Richard Furman: Life and Legacy. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, Decem Richard Furman. Existing religious traditions are important and necessary if they provide the opportunity for moral reflection. However, Kant does have reservations about existing religions. He holds that a interpretation is necessary to make sense of religious scriptures, and that existing religious practices do not always interpret correctly. thwarted by.
I. What a revival of religion is not; II. What it is; and, III. The agencies employed in promoting it. I. A REVIVAL OF RELIGION IS NOT A MIRACLE. 1. A miracle has been generally defined to be, a Divine interference, setting aside or suspending the laws of nature. It is not a miracle in this sense. All the laws of matter and mind remain in force. -Argued that a religious datum “reveals its deeper meaning when it is considered on its plane of reference, and not when it is reduced to one of its secondary aspects -Religion is “an experience sui generis, incited by man’s encounter with the sacred”.
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The Book of Hebrews; The Epistle of James; The Book of Revelation including but not limited to: God's special revelation is the authoritative standard of truth accepted within Christianity. emperor's favor by worshiping him.
In this way, the religion affected the relationship between the parties, even though the "divine" was not really. Start studying World Religions Final- Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Chapter 4: Religion and Revelation.
Mystery and Promise: A Theology of Revelation by John F. Haught whether religious or secular. As a result of the self-enclosure of this kind of theology, its treatment of revelation could not receive much nourishment from other traditions.
And this diversity must influence our ideas of revelation as well. Alston argues religious experience is similar to our normal sensory perception, may be an aspect of the mind able to experience God. Some have even gone as far as to suggest our brains are wired up to experience God.
There is a physical dimension to religious experience, and the effects of religious experience are demonstrated on brain scans. The course is not anthropological, but deals with personal documents. Percepts versus abstract concepts-Happiness is man's chief concern-Healthy-mindedness and repentance- Heterogeneous personality- Sudden conversion- Testing human value of its fruits- Mysticism defined- Primacy of feeling in religion- Philosophy a secondary function- Aesthetic elements in religion.
There is hardly a village or town to be found where a special divine power does not appear to be displayed. It really seems as if the Millennium was upon us in its glory.” At one of the great meetings for prayer, held at mid-day in the city of New York, a gentleman from Philadelphia rose and read, with thrilling effect, the following hymn.
A Study in Human Nature by William James. To E.P.G. In Filial Gratitude And Love CONTENTS. Preface. LECTURE I RELIGION AND NEUROLOGY Introduction: the course is not anthropological, but deals with personal documents-- Questions of fact and questions of value-- In point of fact, the religious are often neurotic-- Criticism of medical materialism, which condemns religion on that account-- Theory.
Now these excitements can only be counteracted by religious excitements. And until there is religious principle in the world to put down irreligious excitements, it is vain to try to promote religion, except by counteracting excitements.
This is true in philosophy, and it is a historical fact. "By this divine light, then," says Elwood, "I saw that though I had not the evil of the common uncleanliness, debauchery, profaneness, and pollutions of the world to put away, because I had, through the great goodness of God and a civil education, been preserved out of those grosser evils, yet I had many other evils to put away and to cease.
excitements that agitate Christendom, are all unfriendly to religion, and divert the mind from the interests of the soul.
Now these excitements can only be counteracted by religious excitements. And until there is religious principle in the world to put down irreligious excitements File Size: 2MB. supernatural forces that can influence human events. Animism is also a belief system that has no gods, but focuses personalized spirits or ghosts of ancestors that take an interest in, and actively work to influence, human affairs.
Theistic religions (theism) include the belief in divine beings which are gods that actively influence human Size: KB. Lewis begins the book: "I doubt whether we are sufficiently attentive to the importance of elementary text-books" (13), not because he has a special concern for the effectiveness of the books in teaching their purported subject matter, but because of the tendency for the philosophy hidden behind the illustrations to affect the world view of the.
"Unlike so many, we do not peddle the Divine word for profit." ~ 2 Corinthians Serving New Thought is pleased to present The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James "Evolution is better than Revolution.
The religious affections, then, are active inclinations affecting the will and the heart; and when they do so under the influence of the divine, they are true religious affections.
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Religious institutions are another story. When religions are sifted for those truths, a different, cleaner side appears. They become the world's wisdom traditions. This book is not a book on comparative religions in the sense of seeking to compare their worth. What this book is: 1. It is a book that seeks to embrace the world.
OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages 18 cm. Contents: Lecture I: Religion and neurology --Introduction: the course is not anthropological, but deals with personal documents --Questions of fact and questions of value --In point of fact, the religious are often neurotic --Criticism of medical materialism, which condemns religion on that account --Teory that religion has a sexual.
Asserts that divine truth can be known only through a mystical experience b. Promotes Catholic teachings as fundamental to leading a religious life c. Describes the encounter with “the Holy” as “numinous” d. Can be summarized as the application of Platonic philosophy to Jewish theology.
Table of Contents. Contents Introduction Author's Preface 1 Religion and Neurology Introduction: the course is not anthropological, but deals with personal documents — Questions of fact and questions of value — In point of fact, the religious are often neurotic — Criticism of medical materialism, which condemns religion on that account — Theory that religion has a sexual origin refuted.
Christians in England are sufficiently certified, that there have been, and still are occurring, in the United States of America, great public religious excitements, powerfully affecting the public mind in the regions thus visited for the time being, by affecting the minds of numerous individuals; -- the result of which ordinarily is the.If it were not necessary for God to influence men, if men were disposed to obey God, there would be no occasion to pray: "O Lord, revive Thy work." The ground of necessity for such a prayer is that men are wholly indisposed to obey; and unless God interpose the influence of His Spirit, not a man on earth will ever obey the commands of God.THE DIVINE HEALER DISCIPLINING THE FAITH OF THE DISTRESSED.
The measure of our present strength is not the limit of what we can do. Divine help supplements human endeavour. III. THE DIVINE HEALER PROVOKING THE HOSTILITY OF THE PROUD.
1. It is possible for man's will to resist Divine influence.