10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SYMBOLOLATRY»
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Charles Porterfield Krauth, D.D., LL.D.: Norton Professor of ...
1857 ] NEITHER SYMBOLOLATRY NOR SCHISM. 401 rectness of the
Confession on fundamentals is merely substantial. The questions which touch
non-fundamentals or matters apart from the substance, are simply waived and left
an error could not be denied." •) "In many ways firm adherence to the
Confessions of the Church is ridiculed and scorned in our abominable times.
People do not hesitate to call this adherence symbololatry, that is, idolatrous
veneration of the ...
Charles Porterfield Krauth
Adolph Spaeth. 1857 ] NEITHER SYMBOLOLATRY NOR SCHISM. 401 rectness
of the Confession on fundamentals is merely substantial. The questions which
touch non-fundamentals or matters apart from the substance, are simply waived ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century ...
De Quincey. symbololatry (sim-bo-lol'a-trl), 11. [Also, in reduced iorm, symbolotry
(ct. idolatry, similarly reduced); < Gr. ailyfioiov, a symbol, + Mrpzla, lzing, as our
modern painters paint, 8 body. symmetrian(si-met'ri-an), n. [( symmetr-y + -an.] ...
William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith, 1900
Christ and Christianity, Studies on Christology, Creeds and ...
... harm ; but it was a revolt of reason against the tyranny of symbololatry, and
proved a wholesome purgatory of orthodoxy. It dispelled old prejudices, and
stimulated new and deeper inquiry ; it advanced biblical philology and criticism,
The Creeds of Christendom: The history of creeds
The rationalistic apostasy, reacting against the opposite extreme of symbololatry
and ultra-orthodoxy, swept away these test-oaths, or reduced them to a
hypocritical formality. The revival of evangelical Christianity, since the
tercentenary jubilee ...
Theological Propaedeutic: A General Introduction to the ...
The Pietistic school of Spener and Francke broke down the dominion of
scholasticism and symbololatry, laid stress on experimental piety as the key to
the understanding of the Scriptures, and developed practical and devotional
Philip Schaff, Samuel Macauley Jackson, 1892
My Message and how I Got to It...
Symbololatry is but a thing of to-day. Creeds until the time of Pirminius were
effects, not causes. They were the natural outgrowth of the living faith of the
Churches, and varied with the life of the Church. In other words, the Church was
Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie, 1899
Even THE INDEPENDENT has every little while to create a new word, such as
symbolatry, for which Dr. SchafT, and the Standard Dictionary after him, wrongly
prefer symbololatry, a finicality of accuracy in derivation that would give idololatry
Conscience & fanaticism: an essay on moral values
Symbololatry is a common trait of humanity, and few men analyse the symbols
they worship ; for this reason it is necessary that the ideals and symbols of " the
good " should be forged by the few and the wise, not by the force of the greatest ...