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On Loving Book is pretty small but it is very honest and truly wonderful. It describes the love of God for humans. The text includes many passages from the Bible and teaches everyone love and patience. Bernard de Clairvaux studies love in many of its demonstrations, for example, if someone loves another person for what he offers to him then he loves not this person but the object he offers. The book will be interested for those who are fond of religious and philosophical speculations about love and its role in the life of people.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton’s novel “The Man Who was Thursday: A Nightmare” can be regarded as a metaphysical thriller, compared with the “nightmare-fantastical tradition of Kafka and Borges." This probably the most irrational of Chesterton’s books is a story of a young man, coming into a fantastical struggle with the Evil - frightful anarchists. An amusing tale, grotesque, eccentricity – all these combined with the captivating plot and an unexpected outcome – fascinate wide the readership all over the world.
First part: QQ. 1-26. Of God and the Divine attributes; 27-74. The Blessed Trinity - The creation; The angels - The work of six days; 75-102. On man; 103-119. Divine government.- Second part: (Prima Secundae): QQ. 1-48. The end of man - Human acts; 49-89. Habits - Virtues and Vices; 90-114. Law and grace.- Second part (Secunda Secundae): QQ. 1-46. Faith, hope and charity; 47-79. Prudence - Justice; 80-100. Justice (cont'd) - The interior and exterior acts of religion; 101-140. Piety, observance and contrary vices - Fortitude; 141-170. Temperance and contrary vices; 171-189. Gratuitous graces - Active and contemplative life - States of life.- Third part and supplement: QQ. 1-26. The incarnation; 27-59. The Christology; 60-83. The Sacraments in general - Baptism - Confirmation - Holy Eucharist; 84-Suppl. 33. Penance (including last seven questions of the Third Part) - Extreme Unction; Suppl. 34-68. Holy Orders - Matrimony; Suppl. 69-86. Treatise on the last things; Suppl. 87-99. Treatise on the last things, and Appendices. Index to biblical, patristic, and other authorities quoted in the "Summa theologica" Vol. numbering supplied by this library 26 28
A theological treatise by Martin Luther a priest and theology professor of the sixteenth century. It has sometimes been rendered into English as The Freedom of a Christian, or simply On Christian Liberty. This essay offers a concise presentation of the Christian life, appearing to be the essence of the spirit of the Reformation.
The First Church of Christ Scientist and Miscellany is a deeply religious book and it is intended for people devoted to religion and having a strong faith in God and believing in his eternal love for the whole mankind.