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Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit and Some Miscellaneous Pieces
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Pratinjau terbatas - 1956
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Halaman 109 - And when they did mete it with an omer, he that gathered much had nothing over, and he that gathered little had no lack; they gathered every man according to his eating.
Halaman 74 - That there were such creatures as witches he made no doubt at all; For first, the scriptures had affirmed so much. Secondly the wisdom of all nations had provided laws against such persons, which is an argument of their confidence of such a crime. And such hath been the judgment of this kingdom, as appears by that act of parliament which hath provided punishments proportionable to the quality of the offence.
Halaman 44 - And what though my reason be to the power and splendour of the Scriptures but as the reflected and secondary shine of the moon compared with the solar radiance; - yet the sun endures the occasional co-presence of the unsteady orb, and leaving it visible seems to sanction the comparison. There is a Light higher than all, even the Word that was in the beginning; - the Light, of which light itself is but the shechinah and cloudy tabernacle; the Word that is light for every man, and life for as many...
Halaman 87 - JWnat you find therein coincident with your pre-established convictions, you will of course recognise as the revealed "Word, while, as you read the recorded workings of the Word and the Spirit in the minds, lives, and hearts of spiritual men, the influence of the same Spirit on your own being, and the conflicts of grace and infirmity in your own soul, will enable you to discern and to know...
Halaman 65 - ... was crude, and each and every fruit lived in the harsh and bitter principle ; even then this Spirit withdrew its chosen ministers from the false and guiltmaking centre of Self. It converted the wrath into a form and an organ of love, and on the passing stormcloud impressed the fair rainbow of promise to all generations. Put the lust of Self in the forked lightning, and would it not be a Spirit of Moloch ? But God maketh the lightnings His ministers, fire and hail, vapours and stormy winds fulfilling...
Halaman 9 - In short, the letter is not the spirit, and the Bible is not religion. Consequently, objections to the letter and to the Bible are not also objections to the spirit and to religion.
Halaman 50 - ... of the senses, the faithful recording of the same does not of itself imply, or seem to require, any supernatural working, other than as all truth and goodness are such. In the books of Moses, and once or twice in the prophecy of Jeremiah, I find it indeed asserted that not only the words were given, but the recording of the same enjoined by the special command of God, and doubtless executed under the special guidance of the Divine Spirit. As to all such passages, therefore, there can be no dispute...
Halaman 94 - In eyery generation, and wherever the light of Revelation has shone, men of all ranks, conditions, and states of mind have found in this Volume a correspondent for every movement toward the Better felt in their own hearts.
Halaman 67 - ... of our common humanity, responded to the touch, — that this sweet Psalmist of Israel was himself as mere an instrument as his harp, an automaton poet, mourner, and supplicant ; — all is J gone, — all sympathy, at least, and all example. I listen in awe and fear, but likewise in perplexity \/ and confusion of spirit.