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of ideas , which were but fanciful and unreal ; whereas the idea of a saint , or a
hero , or a tyrant , or what are called the laws of motion , are the representatives
of things . Ideas thus described , being of the nature of judg . ments , must ,
Since an idea , as has been already said , cannot be viewed except under
particular aspects , the formal statements under which it is conveyed are
practically identical with itself . They introduce us to that idea from which they are
derived , and ...
Now such impressions are obviously individual and complete above other
theological ideas , because they are the ... Ideas and their developments are
commonly not identical , the development being but the carrying out of the idea
into its ...
And , in like manner , the ideas which we are granted of Divine Objects under the
Gospel , from the nature of the case and because ... Religious men , according to
their measure , have an idea or vision of the Blessed Trinity in Unity , of the Son ...
The idea never was that throve and lasted , yet , like mathematical truth ,
incorporated nothing from external sources . ... other theologies , yet no one
would deny that there has been a living idea somewhere in that religion , which
has been so ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - StFrancisofAssisi - LibraryThing
A prolific author, educator and priest, John Henry Newman sought to catalog, examine and improve knowledge and understanding of church doctrine. In this book, he delves deep into the past of the ... Read full review
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Amazing book. Life changing for me. Doctrine develops from ideas implicit in the life of the Christian community. The Church, like Mary, ponders the mystery of God through the ages, shedding light ... Read full review