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- Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
- strivings of the Age of Faith in his Divina Commedia, and George Fox,
- if there were any errors of faith in his writings or sermons, he would
- Something of the romanticism of the troubadour of the Ages of Faith, the
- Glauben, Of the Life of Christ, that is, of True Faith, and one of its
- outstanding passages is, “Faith comes by inward hearing. Good books,
- They are witnesses to the Word within us. But faith is not tied to books;
- Faith is a new birth, which cannot be found in books. The one who has the
- the children were brought up according to the family faith. Jacob was a
- Through all the following years Boehme remained faithful to his original
- the Lord's Supper after he had made a confession of faith. This was done on
- and in the handwriting of Scheffler, the words, “From my faithful friend,
- embraced the Roman Catholic faith.
- were finding it possible to embrace the Catholic faith without pressure or
- Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
- seek the higher life through the contents of their faith. Nicolas finally
- are concerned, we can only throw ourselves into the arms of a faith
- attain it through faith. Thus for the Scholastic the highest things are
- not objects of knowledge, but only of faith. It is true that, according to the
- Scholastic view, the relationship of knowledge to faith is not to be
- knowledge reigns, in another only faith.
- is not decided by any human knowledge, but by faith; and “to faith belongs
- to describe in detail and to explain the relationship of the content of faith
- to that of knowledge. In reality, the content of all faith originates in an
- The content of the Christian faith was simply accepted by the Scholastics as
- were kept from this road by their positive faith. But one will only
- making a complete break with the faith of the Church, which found its
- at the point where knowledge is supposed to end, it had faith, based on an
- faith, which comes to us from outside; the second is despair:
- Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
- universal essence. He has absolute faith and confidence that the universal
- Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
- revelation for faith, and reason for inquiry.
- Title: Preface: Preface to the First Edition, 1901
- I hope to have shown in my work that one can be a faithful follower of the
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