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Cheerful piety, or, Religion without gloom

Cheerful piety, or, Religion without gloom

exemplified in select letters, written on the most interesting truths of Christianity

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Published by Printed by Thomas Kirk for Griffin and Rudd in Brooklyn [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Berridge, John, -- 1716-1793.,
  • Christian life.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesReligion without gloom.
    Statementby John Berridge.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 24814.
    ContributionsWright, George.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17715660M

    THE THANKSGIVING EDITORIALS OF SARAH JOSEPHA HALE FROM THE PAGES OF GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK This month [November] is the ninth in order in the old Roman Calendar, as established by Romulus, March being the opening month in the year. It . 1. Perhaps more than one preface would be necessary for this book; and after all it might still be doubtful whether any one could be brought nearer to the experiences in it by means of prefaces, without having himself experienced something similar. It seems to be written in the language of the thawing-wind: there is wantonness, restlessness, contradiction and April-weather in it; so that one.

    plunge Freud into a settled gloom and sadness. Freud wrote a book called The Future of an Illusion. The illusion is religion and its future, he thinks, is not bright; or rather, it ought not be bright but such is the perversity of human nature that we persist in clinging to this illusion in . Verses EXPOSITION. The "Historical Introduction" to Job extends to two chapters. In the first we are given an account, firstly, of his outward circumstances—his abode, wealth, family, etc; and of his character (Job ); secondly, of the circumstances under which God allowed him to be tried by afflictions (Job ); thirdly, of the earlier afflictions themselves (Job ); and.

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John Berridge, A.M. with an enlarged memoir of his life and his original Sion's songs, The Christian world unmasked, The Christian world unmasked - come and peep. English term or phrase: in a cheerful aspect: 3. Present religion in a cheerful aspect. There is no real happiness without piety. The tendency of religion is to make us happy—both here and hereafter; to divest the mind or gloom, and fill it with joy.

Many parents mistake in this respect. The Christian world unmasked (pray come and peep): together with Cheerful piety, or, Religion without gloom / by: Berridge, John, Published: () The. Chearful piety: or, religion without gloom: exemplified in select letters on the most important truths of Christianity.

By the author of the Christian World unmasked, &c. by Berridge, John, LCC: Cheerful Piety, or Religion without Gloom: Exemplified in Select Letters on the Most Important Truths of Christianity (). A selection of Berridge's letters. Last Farewell Sermon, preached at the Tabernacle, near Moorfields, April 1, in The Works of John Berridge, A.M.

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Arnold argued that it was the "Aberglaube" of religion (the unnecessary miraculous foundations and historicity) that had been undermined by science, not its essential spirit.

17 He even went so far as to say that a religion without poetry was no religion at all and that "most of what now passes with us for religion and philosophy will be.

No one may hence infer that he may be saved by a fair profession of religion without good works. Here is a mark which may be of good use for determining our sincerity or insincerity.

The doctrine of the text teaches us to be careful of our words. We may hence discern that the Lord Jesus was a most excellent person — "Never man spake. A summary of in David Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion.

Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. This book contains a lovely collection of Christian stories, poetry and prayers.

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This book is a perfect gift for any Christian child, and including many poems and prayers Brand: Read Books Ltd. From all this it must be evident that spiritual joy is a very different thing from what some people would wish to represent it, who, imagining that religion has been disparaged, as it certainly has been, by the gloom and sourness of some of its professors, oscillate to the opposite extreme, and attempt to justify a lamentable degree of.

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It is a meek and blessed influence, stealing in as it were unaware upon the heart. It comes quickly, and without excitement; it has no terror, no gloom. It does not rouse up the passions. It. Whatever he took in hand was, by his incessant solicitude for souls, converted to theology. As piety predominated in his mind, it is diffused over his works.

Under his direction, it may be truly said that philosophy is subservient to evangelical instruction: it is difficult to read a page without learning, or at least wishing to be better.

A more secret, sweet, and overpowering beauty appears to man when his heart and mind open to the sentiment of virtue. Then he is instructed in what is above him. He learns that his being is without bound; that, to the good, to the perfect, he is born, low as he now lies in evil and weakness.The ceremonial of religion in itself is not religion; it is too often put in the place of real goodness and piety.

The belief of any or of every creed is not religion. Intellectual states and ecclesiastical connections are not religion. Gloom, sadness, melancholy, superstition, fanaticism, are not religion.Piety vindicated from the charge of gloom "Piety makes men gloomy," says the thoughtless votary of the world.

This allegation, if true, would be a very reasonable ground of prejudice against true piety; but it is made, as we shall see, without proper discrimination respecting its nature and influence.