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Books Bücher 41 - 50 von 52 in Conscience in the midst of every reasonable soul as a light whereby he may divine...
" Conscience in the midst of every reasonable soul as a light whereby he may divine and know what he ought to do, and what he ought not to do. Wherefore, forasmuch as it behoveth thee to be occupied in such things as pertain to the law, it is necessary... "
The Book of Liberals ... By Gabriel Goodfellow - Seite 144
von Gabriel GOODFELLOW (pseud.) - 1849 - 271 Seiten
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The Twentieth Century, Band 43

1898
...and that is lifting him above the stage of a mere machine, to provide him with the power of judging what he ought to do and what he ought not to do. From a practical point of view the latter is perhaps the more important ; much more harm is done in...
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Pastoral Care

Pope Gregory, I, Pope Gregory I, Papa Gregorius I., Walter J. Burghardt, T. C. Lawler, Paulist Press, Saint Gregory of Nyssa - 1950 - 281 Seiten
...the human race to its face when man, being created in paradise and having free will, was told by Him what he ought to do, and what he ought not to do. But man turned his back on the face of God, when in his pride he spurned His commands. Yet God did...
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Their Fathers' God

Ole Edvart R?lvaag - 1983 - 338 Seiten
...him; here he was, a mere youngster, face to face with the chairman of the County Board, telling him what he ought to do and what he ought not to do. . . . Was it he that was running the county? His agitation jumbled his thoughts and tangled up his...
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The Bankers' Magazine, Band 36

1876
...that by political economy you can determine exactly how a country or an individual can become wealthy, what he ought to do and what he ought not to do in order to become wealthy. But the same rules applies to nations as applies to individuals ; and,...
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Confirmation: Presbyterian Practices in Ecumenical Perspective

Richard Robert Osmer - 1996 - 260 Seiten
...he ordered the material: "Three things a man needs to know in order to be saved. First, he must know what he ought to do and what he ought not to do. Second, when he finds that by his own strength he can neither do the things he ought, nor leave undone...
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Hobbes and Bramhall on Liberty and Necessity

Thomas Hobbes, John Bramhall - 1999 - 104 Seiten
...participated, which is the ordination of right reason, instituted for the common good, to show unto man what he ought to do and what he ought not to do. To what purpose is it to show the right way to him who is drawn and haled a contrary way by adamantine...
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The Two Ways of Human Development According to Bernard Lonergan ...

Muhigirwa F. Rusembuka - 2001 - 195 Seiten
...man's rational self-consciousness. As intelligently and rationally conscious, man grasps and affirms what he ought to do and what he ought not to do; but knowing is one thing and doing is another»18 By moral evil, Lonergan means «the consequences...
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Seeking the Face of God: Nine Reflections on the Psalms

Martyn Lloyd-Jones - 2005 - 176 Seiten
...God in their own image. So they do not hesitate to lay down their ideas as to what God is like and what He ought to do and what He ought not to do. They give their ideas of the love of God, the wrath and the justice of God, and His righteousness....
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Homœopathic News: A Monthly Homœopathic Medical Journal, Band 8

1879
...supreme happiness in button-holing a man, particularly when he cau't help himself, and telling him what he ought to do and what he ought not to do. Our colleges have just evacuated a fresh lot of MD's. To what extent they have been baptized by these...
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The Classical Journal

1907
...For fear, however, that he may be thought too contented even here, he confesses that he does not do what he ought to do, and what he ought not to do he does. Romae Tibur amem ventosus, Tibure Romam. At Rome I long for Tibur, at Tibur I long for Rome,...
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