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Religious life and thought

by William Horne

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Published by Williams in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian life,
  • Sermons

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 157 p.
    Number of Pages157
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25408409M

      I t was a truism—universally accepted until the last decades of the twentieth century—that, wherever the Catholic Church was present, there would be representatives of the religious life: communities of vowed men and women living a frugal common life, praying and working together in Christian service, and offering a witness to the kingdom of God. The Message of New Thought explores New Thought and unveils the truth that New Thought is a progressive spiritual path which is primarily focused on the enfranchisement and empowerment of its participants. New Thought echoes the spiritual beliefs and teachings shared by Franklin, Jefferson, Paine and other founding fathers.

    A thought provoking book that encourages the reader to think beyond typical religious conventionality and explore other methods of achieving a spiritual awakening. Anne gives the reader hope and a sense of reassurance that death is merely a word, it is not the end. - . A thought of the day is a daily quote that gives you a positive opinion to start your day with encouragement and inspiration; wisdom and ponderings from people of all walks of life. These inspirational thoughts are great for reflection, some people use them for meditation, and some people use them to start their day on a positive note.

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INTRODUCTION: Subject of our Study: Religious Sociology and the Theory of Knowledge: PAGE: I.—Principal subject of the book: analysis of the simplest religion known to determine the elementary forms of the religious life—Why they are more easily found and explained in the primitive religions.

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