10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CELIBATIC»
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The Doctrine of Holy, Scripture and of the Primitive Church ...
... the Septuagint version of the Scriptures from that high veneration in which it
was held in the Church. So that he, at least, was not shackled by the voice of his
contemporaries. He owns moreover that he did not belong to the celibatic order.
It is scarcely to be expected," continues the itnna journalist, " that the Austrian
Protestant mrch will submit, without remonstrance, to i» new encroachment on its
rights, and petitions * therefore looked for, praying a repeal of this Mb celibatic ...
The Life of John Walker, M.D.
... by his forging, and fastening, and rivetting celibatic chains), have cut off, or
prevented the coming into existence, a family numerous as the tribes of the sons
of Jacob. But the ' weighty friend' may be under a concern; in vulgar language,
Colloquies, desultory and diverse, but chiefly upon poetry ...
the rich, feeling melodies of Mrs. Hemans — concords of sweet sound entrancing
to " old men and children," but very dangerous to " young men and maidens"
pledged to the principle of celibatic independence. And five nights — such nights
Christopher Legge Lordan, 1843
The Art of Needle-work, from the Earliest Ages: Including ...
If it had not (says he) been devised within the precincts of a church it could not
have escaped female influence: it could not have contained such indications of
celibatic superintendence. It is not without its domestic and festive scenes; and ...
Elizabeth Stone, Mary Margaret Stanley Egerton Wilton (Countess of), 1841
The doctrine of holy Scripture, and of the primitive Church, ...
... to the celibatic order. And the natural conclusion therefore to which we come, is
, that the moral condition of those of that order had not sustained any general
deterioration in his time. Neither in his estimation of virginity did he venture upon
James Beaven, Isaac Taylor, 1841
But nature was too powerful for unwholesome doctrine and usage ; and before
he rashly took a celibatic vow, he knelt to fair Jane Colt — and, rising, kissed her
on the lips. Abundant is the evidence that Thomas More was an eccentric lover.
John Cordy Jeaffreson, 1867
The Principles of the Natural Laws of Man, Etc
Consumption, Scrofula, Gout, Rheu~ matism, Mania, Epilepsy, &c., would seem
to contra-indicate marriage in such states; but an organ of physical love exists,
which contradicts the celibatic state; nay, the Creator himself recognized the ...
All that he could do for their annoyance and humiliation was to set his clergy an
example of celibatic virtue, to express regret when Oxonian magnates derogated
from their dignity by admitting women to their lodgings, and to chime in with the ...
John Cordy Jeaffreson, 1871
the north american review
In the frontier provinces of Christendom, the enforcement of celibatic discipline
was attended with still greater difficulty. Especially was this true of England,
which, under Saxon rule, had been too isolated to be much affected by