2 edition of Jesus for the men of to-day when science aids religion. found in the catalog.
Jesus for the men of to-day when science aids religion.
George Holley Gilbert
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The Silly Silly Ghost
life and character of that eminent and learned prelate, Dr Edward Stillingfleet, Lord Bishop of Worcester [sic.].
The round & other cold hard facts =
The unification of science and religion
The Spetsnaz Threat
Resonance as a cause of excessive surge voltages in a 33 kV earthing transformer
experiment of faith
National management salary survey
Leonardo da Vinci (History First Series)
My body is my own!
The Society of Jesus (SJ; Latin: Societas Iesu) is a religious order of the Catholic Church headquartered in was founded by Ignatius of Loyola with the approval of Pope Paul III in The members are called Jesuits (Latin: Iesuitæ).
The society is engaged in evangelization and apostolic ministry in nations. Jesuits work in education, research, and cultural d at: Paris, France, officialized in Rome. The Science of creation, so conspicuous in the birth of Jesus, inspired his wisest and least-understood sayings, and was the basis of his marvellous demonstrations.
Christ is the offspring of Spirit, and spiritual existence shows that Spirit creates 3 neither a wicked nor a mortal man, lapsing into sin, sick ‐ ness, and death.
The overstressed and isolated morality of modern religion, which fails to hold the devotion and loyalty of many twentieth-century men, would rehabilitate itself if, in addition to its moral mandates, it would give equal consideration to the truths of science, philosophy, and spiritual experience, and to the beauties of the physical creation.
This good and perfect gift came to me through the careful and prayerful study of Christian Science, as revealed to the world to-day through Science and Health. The promise of Christ Jesus, “the truth shall make you free,” was fulfilled, and the past six years of health and harmony have been spent in striving to “hold fast that.
During the early s, a practical need arose for a Latter-day Saint edition of the King James Bible. As explained by George A. Horton Jr., director of curriculum production and distribution for the Church Educational System, three different Bibles were in circulation among Church members—one for adults, one for seminary students, and one for Primary children.