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Morbus satanicus. = The devils disease: or, The sin of pride arraigned and condemned.

Jones, Andrew M.A

Morbus satanicus. = The devils disease: or, The sin of pride arraigned and condemned.

The sixteenth edition, with many additions. By Andrew Jones, student in Divinity

by Jones, Andrew M.A

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Published by printed for Eliz. Andrews in St. Bartholomews-Court in West Smithfield in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pride and vanity -- Early works to 1800,
  • Christian life -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDevils disease, Sin of pride arraigned and condemned
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1761:12
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[26] p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15413866M

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By Andrew Jones, student in Divinity. By M.A. Andrew Jones. Abstract [24] p.: ill. (woodcut)Woodcut portrait on title ures: A B⁴.Reproduction of the original in Author: M.A. Andrew Jones. In Andrew Jones published an intriguing tract, Morbus Satani cus, the Devils Disease, or, The Sin of Pride Arraigned and Condemned, 25th ed.

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In preparing this electronic version, it became evident that the editor had made a variety of mistakes in this modernization: some words were left in their original spelling (unusual words were a. sci_history religion_rel Aldous Huxley The Devils of Loudun.

Aldous Huxley’s acclaimed and gripping account of one of the strangest occurrences in history. In an entire convent in the small French village of Loudun was apparently possessed by the devil. Search for: The New Jersey medical reporter. Rachel Johnston | Download | HTML Embed. n the far-off days, when Superstition, in close association with the “evil sister” of Ignorance, walked abroad in the land, the south-western district of Scotland shared very largely in the beliefs and terrors embraced under the general descriptive term of witchcraft.

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6 March Jones, Andrew. “Morbus Satanicus The Devil’s Disease, or the Sin of Pride Condemned and Arraigned”. London, Historical Texts. Web. 6 March Swift, Jonathon. “A Lady’s Dressing Room”. These are his, but the hiding of sin from ourselves, is he himself: when we have the sting of the serpent in us, and do not sting ourselves, the venom of sin, and no remorse for sin, then, as thy blessed Son said of Judas, He is a devil (John vi.

70), not that ho had one, but was one, so we are become devils to ourselves, and we have not only a. Thoma- sins (ob. ), a professor of law at Halle, an audacious but superficial thir~ker, gave the direction by leaving ont of sight the religious and moral side of marriage, and looking at it only * Luthers words are (Waich x.

), but if the civil authorities are slack and negligent, and do not kill the adulterer, he may flee to a distant. It was a description of “the well-rounded life,” and a well-rounded life was what this healthy young humanist was resolved to lead.

But a priest’s life is not supposed to be well-rounded; it is supposed to be one-pointed—a compass, not a weathercock. In order to keep his life one-pointed, the priest assumes certain obligations, makes certain promises.

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Anthony's Church in Padua, at St. Vitus' in Germany, by our Lady of Loretto in Italy, our Lady of Sichem in the Low Countries: Quae et caecis lumen, aegris salutem, mortuis vitam, claudis gressum reddit, omnes morbos corporis, animi.

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But cry thou therefore with the Prophet, Dirumpamus vincula eorum et projiciamus a nobis jugum ipsorum.