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  • considered to be one of the greatest exponents and defenders of historical Calvinism in America during the 19th century. Quotes reported in Josiah Hotchkiss
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  • epidemics of disease. James Anthony Froude, Short Studies on Great Subjects, Calvinism. Ein edler Mensch zieht edle Menschen an, Und weiss sie fest zu halten
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  • do, You'll be damn'd if you don't. Lorenzo Dow, Chain (Definition of Calvinism). And after hearing what our Church can say, If still our reason runs
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  • religion without a prelate, a government without a king. George Bancroft on Calvinism, in History of the United States (1834), Vol. III, Ch. vi. Oh, we are
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  • morality impossible. James Anthony Froude, Short Studies on Great Subjects, Calvinism. Aber wer fest auf dem Sinne beharrt, der bildet die Welt sich. He who
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  • which change from line to line. Froude, Short Studies on Great Subjects. Calvinism. Morality, when vigorously alive, sees farther than intellect, and provides
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  • doubt in reserve. James Anthony Froude, Short Studies on Great Subjects, Calvinism. Reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (1922), p.
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  • every other's. Ch. 8: The Failure of the Middle Class The doctrines of Calvinism involved a reversal of values with which Arnold became increasingly concerned
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  • Prohibitionist Realism" These debates gave rise to the notion of pharmacological Calvinism. As framed by Gerald Klerman, this notion referred to the fact that treatments
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  • And you will be damned if you don't. Lorenzo Dow "Crazy Dow", defining Calvinism in Reflections on the Love of God. Gardez-vous bien de lui les jours
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  • unadulterated power. The Doors of the Sea (2005), p. 91; on Predestination in Calvinism. Christ is a persuasion, a form of evoking desire... Such an account
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  • and implying that government needs to be roundabout in method. It [Calvinism] established a religion without a prelate, a government without a king
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  • his essential participation in the eternal world of ideas. p. 127 In Calvinism and sectarianism man became more and more transformed into an abstract
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  • admit that Protestantism has brought everything down only to faith. Calvinism says that nothing depends on man, that faith is already predetermined
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  • can read them. James Anthony Froude, Short Studies on Great Subjects, Calvinism. Just laws are no restraint upon the freedom of the good, for the good
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  • upon the whole of existence. Had he entertained the gloomy notions of Calvinism, in which he was brought up, this cheering source of contentment and resignation
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  • most hated family. BBC News Magazine. March 30, 2007. But the heart of Calvinism is the doctrine of absolute predestination, which posits that in the council
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  • the canker worm. James Anthony Froude, Short Studies on Great Subjects, Calvinism. Lest men suspect your tale untrue, Keep probability in view. John Gay
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  • and of man’s divine endowment as our founders dd against the prevailing Calvinism of that formative epoch. Anyhow, whether my prophecy is real or vain,
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  • Commandments of God. Attributed to Madison by Frederick Nymeyer in Progressive Calvinism: Neighborly Love and Ricardo's Law of Association, January 1958, p. 31
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